August 12, 2010

All This And More

These songs just make me so happy that I want to share them with you all. Cause, that's just the kind of boy I am.

 Can u describe what it like to have sex with thuh lite awnnnnn

Tired of doin' day jobs, with no thanks fer whut I do, I'm sure I must be someone, now I'm gonna find out who

I think I'm awn another world with youuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu


Your driver said...

The world needs to be reminded about the Dead Boys often. Sometimes they seem to forget them. That is so wrong.

Heff said...

Is it just me, or are ALL punk bands slightly out of tune when they play live ?!?!

Nazz Nomad said...

Heff- it's you. As a member of several punk rock bands, I can assure you that the FIRST thing that we all adhere to is playing in tune. We spend hours, hours I tell ya, tuning. In fact I bring my bass to the luthier at least once a week to make sure that it is precisely in tune.

ps- what does "in tune" mean?

Your driver said...

I know the whole world has moved on but this has been bothering me. Heff needs to have it explained to him that all punk rock musicians are held to the highest possible standards by the International Federation of Professional Punk Rock Musicians. The I.F.P.P.R.M., through it's governing and enforcement bodies, guarantees the highest possible standard of Punk Rock Professionalism. Punk Rock tuning standards were established by the Executive Committee meeting in Zurich in July of 1978. At that time the E.C., in consultation with the Special Committee On Tuning Standards, determined that all Punk Rock bands must have one string of each instrument neither more nor less than 1/16 tone out of tune as measured by officers of the International Inspectorate of Punk Rock Standards using an oscilloscope. Enforcement Officers of the International Inspectorate are present at all Punk Rock performances to guarantee full compliance. I hope that answered your question.