So I am a little late getting to a blog today. It was a rough Sunday Funday with some friends. I will keep it short today, but I have been productive today. I have been hard at work on some new reviews, and additions to the website. A lot of great news happened over the weekend, make sure you hit the news section and catch up on everything. Of course check out the babes you might have missed over the weekend, or go see them again for the 3rd or 4th time.
The Video of the Day today featuring Van Halen. One of my favorite videos from VH. This video ranks up there with the great music video intros.
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I will also have a new poll up on the site soon. The last one I just thought was pretty funny since, INXS is the only band I can think of that hasn't had sales increase when their singer died. I am not sure why. I realize they might not have been the most popular...well at least as big as a Nirvana for instance, but I would think people would have just want their hands on some of their stuff. The band did sell millions and won countless awards. Maybe it was the way Michael Hutchence died? Even though it was suicide, some think he was doing the auto erotic asphyxiation thing, but that was found to be untrue. He did have quite an appetite for sex and was found naked hanging from a door, which leads everyone to think that. It's really the only explanation that I can think of as to why no more sales for INXS. Everyone else died in a Rock n Roll fashion, car crash, motorcycle accident, drowned in their own vomit, drugs, or by Courtney Love, but not Michael. Death by Courtney Love is simply killing yourself because you married her. So I guess Michael did die in a Rock n Roll way (suicide by hanging), but not the way others had. So it didn't come off as "Rock n Roll". It has always just puzzled me why their sales never increased.
How's what for a cheerful Monday blog?
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