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I was feeling slightly less angry watching the Grammy’s this year until the lousy Foo Fighters won best Rock Album. Gimme a break. Has there ever been a more generic rock band? 1995 was thirteen years ago.
I got 66/100 on the axe quiz. I definitely missed a few. Anyone else try it?
I got 61, you own my face!
Clear the room……
Full Shred! You know your axes!
I got a 75
You scored 100/100 points
Full Shred! You know your axes!
i also got a 75
You really hated the Grammys that much? I thought there were some great moments — Herbie, the Chinaman and the orchestra playing Rhapsody in Blue; Amy Winehouse’s return to the stage; Tina and Beyonce; Kanye and Daft Punk’s tune; The motherfucking Time! And shit, they got The Band in there AND Herbie won best album of the year. If ever there were a GOOD Grammys, this was it.
Did you just list Tina and Beyonce as a highlight? To each their own…
That Rhapsody in Blue was by far the best thing all night.
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