I realized the severity of my problem while I was sitting in a house in Lake Havasu at 5 in the morning, working on a case of Newcastle, with Sailor Jerry keeping me company and the Mentors as the soundtrack to the depravity. The gig in AZ. was phenomenal, with Aluminum Falcon making a big splash on the Locals, who showered us in beer and broken glass and knew our songs and were singing along to them, even though most of the time I don't think they were singing the right words, but oh well, I give them an 'A' for effort! hahaha I wish I could tell you how the night ended, but the rule is, What happens on the Road, stays on the Road. ;-) Let's just say it involved BJ's, Black Widows and Bauhaus and leave it at that.
Voodoo Glow Skulls @ the Bunkhouse last Friday was OFF THE HOOK!! Completely sold out gig and a crazed audience had people glowing about the bands performance days afterwards. I'm glad. I love that band, and go a way, waaaaay back with them. Happy to see them playing lots more of the older stuff too. I love Jerry to death but he couldn't play those old tunes as fast as he used to. The new guy can. And who the Hell are the Mad Caps and why is everybody carrying on about them? I was hyped on Saturday night's gig about Dangerboner playing it, but apparently I missed out on this crazy good band called The Mad Caps. Anybody know anything about them? I must see what they're about immediately if not sooner.
No, I haven't gone to Insert Coins yet, as I don't see a reason to. I'm not some douchebag hipster with nothing better to do than hang out and pay to play old school video games that I can play for free in the serenity of my own home. Yeah, let's go downtown and rent out a Super Nintendo system and play Excite Bike! LAME!! And VIP bottle service at an video game arcade? Bite me you scum.
Anyways, everything is updated. Osama Bin Laden is still dead, and Hank! is still the coolest kid I know, even though he still has no scooter. :-)