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Rolling Stones concert to be the cause of mass ingestion of narcotics??

Discussion in 'Sports and News' started by Starman, Apr 19, 2007.

  1. Starman

    Starman Well-Known Member


    Wild horses, couldn't drag them away... :eek:

    This horse definitely appears to be in a stupor:

  2. Rough Mix

    Rough Mix Guest

    Rorer 714.
  3. chazp

    chazp Active Member

    Two things. Keith Richards is getting old and the Stones are still the best rock band ever! Or as KISS' Paul Stanley said, "When you start talking about the best rock bands, the Stones cast the largest shadow." [During a VH1 interview]
  4. jambalaya

    jambalaya Member

    There is no way a take on this story avoids being spun by the hysterical, outstretched arms of the Onion.
  5. Starman

    Starman Well-Known Member

    Even being slavish, shameless imitators of the Beatles for almost the entire length of their career. ;) ;D
  6. chazp

    chazp Active Member

    The Beatles were a "Pop" band, not Rock. The Stones rocked, the Beatles did not.
  7. slappy4428

    slappy4428 Active Member

    How can you tell?
  8. Starman

    Starman Well-Known Member

    "Revolution," "Helter Skelter," and "Back In The U.S.S.R." Thanks for playing. ;)
  9. chazp

    chazp Active Member

    "I want to hold your hand", "Here comes the sun,"Can't buy me Love." Those are all pop songs, not rock. The Stones were Rock not Pop. The two bands played completely different types of music, however, only one of the two bands was a Rock band. Sorry you can't see that.
  10. Starman

    Starman Well-Known Member

    "As Tears Go By," "Ruby Tuesday," "Dandelion," "We Love You," are not Rock songs either. They are, however, shameless imitations by a band unabashedly trying to copy its superior.

    Sorry I've forgotten more about music than you'll ever know.
  11. chazp

    chazp Active Member

    "For all our success, we were just a pretty good R and B band." - Paul McCartney during a VH1 interview. One of the band members admits it himself. They weren't a rock band. Get over it.
  12. Bob Cook

    Bob Cook Active Member

    Dude, have you ever looked at your hoof? I mean, REALLY looked at your hoof?
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