Was listening to these guys earlier....
Cool vid with a bit of eye candy.
Quick story: In 2001 during the Kings playoff run I saw Tiger Army in the Anaheim HOB open for the Rev. I was sporting a Kings hat and had just gotten a brew after Tiger Army's set. As I was walking back to where my freinds were, I almost literally run into then Tiger Army drummer Fred Hell, as seen in the above vid. I say say sorry then say how much I enjoyed the set. He says "Thanks man!" and I turn to go but he says "Hey, how are the Kings looking?" And says he is huge fan but has trouble keeping up with what is going on due being on tour. So Fred and I, got beers and then spend the next 20 minutes or so talking Kings hockey. The cool thing was that during that time all sorts of other fans and hot chicks came up to get his autograph or take a pic with him. He would simply pause, sign whatever they handed him or pose for a pic, then immediatly resume talking with me about the Kings. The whole time the fans coming up to him are looking at me with puzzled looks, trying to figure out who I am. One chick, being polite, asked for my autograph, thinking I must be in a band or something. I laugh and tell her "you don't want my autograph, I'm just a regular joe." She sort of blushes, apologizes and leaves. Fred laughs and tells me I should have just signed for her. The Rev is about to go on and Fred says thanks for talking hockey with him shakes my hand and says "Go Kings!" He could not have been a nicer or more down to earth guy.
what a cool story. Tiger Army is my favorite band and I LOVE Fred Hell. met him several times at shows and he couldn't have been nicer. I was so bummed when he had to leave the band.
how 'bout a Misfits TA cover to keep this thread going?
"Hockey won't hold still to give you a better look. You wouldn't want it to anyway. It's the action that makes the possibilities endless."
Pablo Picasso never got called an *******. Not in New York.
This song amuses me to no end.
I got a gun! I got a gun, man!! Manslaughter can be fun!
Settle down, Beavis.
When you're in the right mood, nobody delivers like Jehu:
While not a "punk" band by most standards, Gallon Drunk has more f-you attitude than most: