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31 Jul

1. Weezer – Pork And Beans
2. The Offspring – Hammerhead
3. Foo Fighters – The Pretender
4. The Killers – Shadowplay
5. Coldplay – Viva La Vida
6. MGMT – Kids
7. M.I.A. – Paper Planes
8. The Offspring – You’re Gonna Go Far, Kid
9. Linkin Park – Leave Out All The Rest
10. The Bravery – Believe
11. Finger Eleven – Paralyzer
12. One Day As A Lion – Wild International
13. Three Days Grace – Never Too Late
14. Bad Religion – New Dark Ages
15. Linkin Park – Bleed It Out
16. Linkin Park – Given Up
17. Muse – Starlight
18. Rise Against – The Good Left Undone
19. Rise Against – Prayer Of The Refugee
20. Foo Fighters – Let It Die
21. Muse – Knights Of Cydonia
22. Disturbed – Inside The Fire
23. Pepper – Give It Up
24. The White Stripes – Icky Thump
25. Linkin Park – What I’ve Done
26. Rise Against – Ready To Fall
27. The Red Hot Chili Peppers – Snow (Hey Oh)
28. Modest Mouse – Dashboard
29. Jack Johnson – If I Had Eyes
30. Flobots – Handlebars

31 Jul

1. Coldplay – Viva La Vida
2. Death Cab For Cutie – I Will Possess Your Heart
3. M.I.A. – Paper Planes
4. The Kooks – Always Where I Need To Be
5. Weezer – Pork And Beans
6. Carolina Liar – I’m Not Over
7. The Raconteurs – Salute Your Solution
8. Alkaline Trio – Help Me
9. Vampire Weekend – Oxford Comma
10. Foo Fighters – Let It Die
11. Flogging Molly – Float
12. The Verve – The Verve
13. The Ting Tings – Shut Up And Let Me Go
14. The Airborne Toxic Event – Sometime Around Midnight
15. Ludo – Love Me Dead
16. Does It Offend You, Yeah? – Dawn Of The Dead
17. Death Cab For Cutie – No Sunlight
18. Weezer – Troublemaker
19. Beck – Gamma Ray
20. Coldplay – Lost!
21. Black Kids – I’m Not Gonna Teach Your Boyfriend How To Dance With You
22. The Offspring – You’re Gonna Go Far, Kid
23. The Raconteurs – Many Shades Of Black
24. Cold War Kids – Something Is Not Right With Me
25. Santogold – L.E.S. Artistes
26. Low Vs. Diamond – Heart Attack
27. Spoon – The Underdog
28. The Killers – When You Were Young
29. Muse – Knights Of Cydonia
30. Vampire Weekend – A Punk

31 Jul

1. Foo Fighters – Let It Die
2. Weezer – Pork And Beans
3. Coldplay – Viva La Vida
4. The Offspring – Hammerhead
5. The Red Hot Chili Peppers – Dani California
6. The Red Hot Chili Peppers – Tell Me Baby
7. Disturbed – Inside The Fire
8. Coldplay – Violet Hill
9. Staind – Believe
10. Beck – Gamma Ray
11. Motley Crue – Saints Of Los Angeles
12. Van Halen – You Really Got Me
13. Linkin Park – What I’ve Done
14. Guns N’ Roses – Mr. Brownstone
15. Metallica – For Whom The Bell Tolls
16. AC/DC – Back In Black
17. Van Halen – Runnin’ With The Devil
18. Guns N’ Roses – Live And Let Die
19. Aerosmith – Janie’s Got A Gun
20. Metallica – Master Of Puppets
21. Rush – Limelight
22. Scars On Broadway – They Say
23. Guns N’ Roses – November Rain
24. The Jimi Hendrix Experience – Hey Joe
25. Van Halen – Jump
26. The White Stripes – Icky Thump
27. AC/DC – You Shook Me All Night Long
28. Rush – Tom Sawyer
29. Pearl Jam – Even Flow
30. The Rolling Stones – Gimme Shelter

31 Jul

Rob Stevenson’s back in the saddle again. After being canned from his post of Executive VP of Island Def Jam a few months ago, EMI’s bringing him in to be the new President of Virgin in the US. I believe that was Lee Trink’s old post. He’ll report to Nick Gatfield who’s the new President of A&R In North America, UK & Ireland (and Mars). Rob is known for signing The Killers, Fall Out Boy, Sum 41, The Bravery and A LOT of shitty bands. Many of his shitty bands were on his label/imprint Stolen Transmission through Universal. Rob was a total douche to me in my brief encounters with him and I was sort of happy to see him fired, mainly because I’m a little bitter and jaded towards the music industry but I digress. Just remember Rob, for every Fall Out Boy, there were at least five A Hero From A Thousand Paces! Good luck, fucker.

31 Jul

The makers of the video game Rock Band are putting together their first tour this fall with Panic At The Disco, Dashboard Confessional, Plain White T’s and The Cab. This tour will coincide with the release of Rock Band 2 which will cost you about 8000 dollars to buy(I mean Canadian Dollars). According to FMQB, fans will be able to compete in between bands sets so that they can play the game on the main stage. This means that the best musicians in the place might not be the ones getting paid to tour (yeah, thats a dig at emo bands haha). Here are the dates:

October 5 San Diego
October 8 Phoenix
October 9 Las Vegas
October 10 Los Angeles
October 11 San Jose
October 12 Sacramento
October 14 Seattle
October 16 Salt Lake City
October 17 Denver
October 18 Lincoln, NE
October 19 St. Louis
October 21 Minneapolis
October 22 Chicago
October 23 Detroit
October 24 Toronto
October 28 Bridgeport, CT
October 29 Lowell, MA
October 31 Washington, DC
November 1 Philadelphia
November 2 Newark, NJ
November 4 Atlanta
November 6 Tampa
November 7 Miami
November 8 Gainesville, FL
November 9 Orlando
November 11 Bossier City, LA
November 12 Dallas
November 13 Austin, TX
November 14 Houston

30 Jul

Right now, I sound like a huge Foo Fighters mark. I know, I saw them last night and they were FUCKIN AWESOME. Now, its been announced that their June shows at Wembley Stadium where Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones joined them for Zep’s “Rock And Roll” and “Ramble On” will be on a DVD coming out on August 23rd. Melodic.net is reporting that a 2 Disc CD of the Foo Fighters greatest hits will be coming out on November 11th with a DVD of the band’s videos. For now, check out the youtube clips of “Ramble On” and “Rock And Roll”:

Rock And Roll

Ramble On

30 Jul

Top Modern Rock Tracks
1. Foo Fighters – Let It Die
2. Weezer – Pork and Beans
3. The Offspring – Hammerhead
4. Coldplay – Viva La Vida
5. Disturbed – Inside The Fire
6. Linkin Park – Given Up
7. Seether – Rise Above This
8. Saving Abel – Addicted
9. Staind – Believe
10. Carolina Liar – I’m Not Over
11. Death Cab For Cutie – I Will Possess Your Heart
12. 3 Doors Down – It’s Not My Time
13. Ludo – Love Me Dead
14. Shinedown – Devour
15. Flobots – Handlebars
16. Rehab – Bartender Song (aka Sittin’ At A Bar)
17. Scars On Broadway – They Say
18. Puddle of Mudd – Psycho
19. Nine Inch Nails – Discipline
20. Avenged Sevenfold – Afterlife
21. Alkaline Trio – Help Me
22. The Kooks – Always Where I Need To Be
23. SafetySuit – Someone Like You
24. Beck – Gamma Ray
25. Atreyu – Slow Burn
26. Theory Of A Deadman – Bad Girlfriend
27. Slipknot – Psychosocial
28. Katy Perry – I Kissed A Girl
29. Coldplay – Violet Hill
30. The Raconteurs – Salute Your Solution

Top Mainstream Rock Tracks
1. Disturbed – Inside The Fire
2. Shinedown – Devour
3. Saving Abel – Addicted
4. Seether – Rise Above This
5. Foo Fighters – Let It Die
6. Motley Crue – Saints Of Los Angeles
7. Theory Of A Deadman – Bad Girlfriend
8. 10 Years – Beautiful
9. Staind – Believe
10. Tantric – Down And Out
11. The Offspring – Hammerhead
12. Linkin Park – Given Up
13. Avenged Sevenfold – Afterlife
14. Five Finger Death Punch – Never Enough
15. 3 Doors Down – It’s Not My Time
16. 3 Doors Down – Train
17. Puddle Of Mudd – Psycho
18. Candlebox – Stand
19. Slipknot – Psychosocial
20. Hinder – Use Me
21. Rev Theory – Hell Yeah
22. Atreyu – Slow Burn
23. Apocalyptica Featuring Adam Gontier – I Don’t Care
24. Airbourne – Runnin’ Wild
25. Scars On Broadway – They Say
26. Rehab – Bartender Song (aka Sittin’ At A Bar)
27. Weezer – Pork And Beans
28. Kid Rock – All Summer Long
29. Pop Evil – Hero
30. Another Black Day – Wicked Souls

30 Jul

1. Miley Cyrus – Breakout (371,000)
Miley’s hotter than the Equator right now. Told ya so.

2. Sugarland – Love On The Inside (314,000)
Apparently hicks have learned how to download too and won’t buy music.

3. Mamma Mia! Soundtrack (168,000)
I think the same crowd bought the Sex and the City soundtrack. But people actually saw that movie.

4. Kid Rock – Rock N Roll Jesus (98,000)
I can’t believe that we still let Kid Rock get away with recording cover songs.

5. Lil Wayne – Tha Carter III (85,000)
I bet this would be larger if it weren’t for a lot of the returns.

6. Coldplay’s – Viva La Vida or Death and All His Friends (75,000)
If it hasn’t happened to you already, these guys will nauseate you like U2.

7. Camp Rock Soundtrack (65,000)
I thought this was a porn movie’s soundtrack for a second.

8. Nas – Untitled (63,000)
I liked the original title better.

9. Now 28 Various Artists (37,000)
Remember when these Now CDs would debut at #1?

10. Taylor Swift – Beautiful Eyes (35,000)
If you can, marry her. now.

Other Notes:
13. Nine Inch Nails – The Slip (29,000)
Don’t Give Away Your Shit For Free, Trent!

28. One Day As A Lion – Self Titled (17,000)
Zach de la Rocha from Rage and ex-the Mars Volta drummer Jon Theodore’s new project.. blah

32. Candlebox – Into the Sun (14,000)
This isn’t half bad. Everyone only wants to hear “You” and “Far Behind” though.

30 Jul

I got back last night and I was way too tired to post but I uploaded some videos and pics online. I saw The Foo Fighters at the Izod Center (you’ll always be continental airlines arena in my heart!) in East Rutherford NJ. The band was simply awesome. They played about 20 songs for over 2 hours. They had an acoustic stage where they played a few and those songs were great too. Dave, I think, started losing his voice slightly at the end but the music was great. Gaz from opening band Supercrap, I mean Supergrass sang the Who’s “Bargain” with them in the encore. Here are some crappy pics because my digital camera takes pics worse than it takes videos. Here’s the setlist and videos:

Let It Die
The Pretender
Times Like These
Learn to Fly
Cheer Up, Boys (Your Make Up Is Running)
Young Man Blues (The Who)
Long Road to Ruin
Stacked Actors

(Acoustic stage )
Skin and Bones
My Hero
(band intros)
Cold Day in the Sun
But, Honestly
Everlong (finish with rock version)
Monkey Wrench
All My Life

Big Me
Bargain (The Who) with Gaz from Supergrass on lead vocals
Best Of You



Times Like These

The Pretender

Skin and Bones


Long Road To Ruin

Learn To Fly


Let It Die

29 Jul

Go herefor a message from Rise Against about their upcoming tour. Here are the dates:

October 02nd Cleveland, OH – Time Warner Cable Amphitheater
October 03rd Toronto, ON – The Sound Academy
October 06th Worcester, MA – Palladium
October 08th Wallingford, CT – Chevrolet Theatre
October 09th Albany, NY – Washington Avenue Armory
October 11th Hampton Beach, NH – Hampton Beach Casino
October 12th Baltimore, MD – Ram’s Head Live
October 13th New York, NY – Roseland Ballroom
October 16th Philadelphia, PA – Electric Factory
October 19th Myrtle Beach, SC – House of Blues
October 20th Atlanta, GA – Tabernacle
October 21st Tampa, FL – Jannus Landing
October 22nd Pompano Beach, FL – Pompano Beach Amphitheater
October 23rd Orlando, FL – House of Blues
October 26th Austin, TX – Austin City Music Hall
October 27th Houston, TX – Verizon Wireless Theatre
November 04th Las Vegas, NV – House of Blues
November 08th Portland, OR – Roseland Theatre
November 09th Vancouver, BC – Thunderbird Arena
November 11th Magna, UT – Salt Air Theatre
November 12th Denver, CO – The Fillmore Auditorium
November 13th Denver, CO – The Fillmore Auditorium
November 14th Kansas City, MO – Uptown Theater
November 16th St. Louis, MO – The Pageant
November 17th Milwaukee, WI – The Rave
November 18th Minneapolis, MN – Myth
November 20th Chicago, IL – Congress Theater
November 22nd Grand Rapids, MI – Orbit Room
November 23rd Detroit, MI – The Fillmore Detroit