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5 ***days ***ago
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Quotehockenheim95 QuoteStoneage The Rolling Stones and Kiss are alike. They put their name on anything that sells. Quality or "values" has nothing to do with it. What's wrong with the quality of Steiff? Nothing. But maybe "branding" will diminish the value or status of the brand Steiff? A Rolling Stones teddy bear is a bit tacky if you ask me...
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5 ***days ***ago
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The Rolling Stones and Kiss are alike. They put their name on anything that sells. Quality or "values" has nothing to do with it.
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14 ***days ***ago
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It's an utopia. Especially since rock and roll is a dying genre. And rock, for some stupid reason, was always based around girls idolizing boys. Not the other way around.
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19 ***days ***ago
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It's a no-brainer to me. Toxic goods that damages peoples health and causes death shouldn't be allowed to sell to the public. We don't allow toxic substances in food or other things that affects human health so why should we allow companies to sell things to the public that damages their health in the short and long run? I don't buy this egoistic neoliberalism that so many fan
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27 ***days ***ago
Stoneage
To P W: The lyrics for SMU are ambiguous. That is what I meant by "less obvious". It may be about a car, it may be about sexual foreplay. More clever in that way, less explicit.
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27 ***days ***ago
Stoneage
Lyrics is about a grown man man grooming a teenage girl. Okay then (1994), unthinkable today. SMU lyrics is about the same but less obvious. Not to mention Stray Cat Blues...
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27 ***days ***ago
Stoneage
Changing setlists in 2023? That doesn't excite me any longer. It's too late anyway. That should have been done years ago - by now it doesn't matter. Play any song - people will come anyway.
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28 ***days ***ago
Stoneage
To answer the initial question: Nothing really, people will come anyway. In the U.S. the audience is mostly family orientated and they demand a recognizable setlist. Of course Jagger will do the usual PR stuff; talking to the media and so on, but nothing more than that.
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29 ***days ***ago
Stoneage
Quotetimbernardis They need to gig in North America, not just London and Denmark. plexi Surely it was Denmark Street in London, not Denmark?
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29 ***days ***ago
Stoneage
The last time I felt real excitement about the band was around the introduction of the 1989 tour. Things were still possible then. After that it has been a nostalgia journey more than anything else. Nothing wrong with that though. Who thought they would carry on in their eighties?
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29 ***days ***ago
Stoneage
Canada seems to have that quality to decide games on extra time or in the last minute. Something most European teams lack. So, congrats to Canada on their 20th gold medal in the IIHF WC. The Swedish team underperformed as usual these days. We have fallen behind Finland in both junior and senior hockey now. I don't know if it's bad leadership or lack of cohesion in the group (most of
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4 ***weeks ***ago
Stoneage
Yep, I guess it will be Czechia and Canada in the final. And Czechia will really stand a chance this time around. They have the best looking team so far. I'm still hoping for a Sweden-USA final though...
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4 ***weeks ***ago
Stoneage
So, Sweden got away with a 3-2 win against Finland. The last goal in boxplay with only a minute left of the game. With luck on their side. We have a good goalie though, Carl Lindbom. That is a very important tool in final games. Canada is still my favorite though to win the tournament. They usually are..
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4 ***weeks ***ago
Stoneage
In Canada this time around (Moncton, Halifax). Already time for the quarterfinals - coming up tomorrow: - Finland - Sweden - Czechia - Switzerland - USA - Germany - Canada - Slovakia Regretfully, from my point of view, Team Sweden doesn't look that good this year. Anyway here are my odds for the results: Fin-Swe 55/45, Czh-Sui 75/25, USA-Ger 80/20, Can-Slo 90/10. Who will win? My
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5 ***weeks ***ago
Stoneage
Another thing: Sir Michael doesn't like critical questions (like the one about ASMB's similarities to KD Lang's Constant Craving"). Still Dean doesn't avoid them. If your aim is to keep Jagger in a good mood you should only ask ingratiating questions, preferably with no insight at all.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
Stoneage
Thanks. This interview is good because the interviewer is a fan with real insight into the band. It is straight on without the journalistic customary. Dean asks the questions real fans would have liked to ask. And I think Jagger can be more relaxed since he doesn't have to answer personal questions (about his private life). Good one, Dean!
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5 ***weeks ***ago
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As long there is life there is hope... Still I'm aware, of course, that their relevant period ended in the late seventies (they peaked in the early seventies). Everything after that has just been a bonus. Bearing that in mind...I still look forward to some new material - It has been a while since...
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5 ***weeks ***ago
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Sir Ivan, fresh from September 2022, live, "Down to joy": Sir Ivan
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7 ***weeks ***ago
Stoneage
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8 ***weeks ***ago
Stoneage
Professional players, playing the big leagues, making a couple of million euros a year (just a guess), some of the considerably more than that, - and you can't come up with better penalties than those the Spanish team just showcased?
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2 ***months ***ago
Stoneage
Security was already on it - no need for the guitarist to interfere.
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2 ***months ***ago
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These collaborations is a smart way for the dinosaurs to connect with the kids and stay on the charts. It hardly adds anything new though. It's just a way of polishing old music with a new lacquer. Usually a successful receipt. Ask Sir Reginald.
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2 ***months ***ago
Stoneage
QuoteDoxa QuoteStoneage To me the strange thing is that Sir Michael is still at it at the age of 80. He quit the band in the early 80s and has since then spent more time doing celebrity socializing, mediocre solo efforts, courting women and making bland movies than actually being in the recording studio with the band. Still he insists on touring with the Stones (or what is left of it) till he&#
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2 ***months ***ago
Stoneage
To me the strange thing is that Sir Michael is still at it at the age of 80. He quit the band in the early 80s and has since then spent more time doing celebrity socializing, mediocre solo efforts, courting women and making bland movies than actually being in the recording studio with the band. Still he insists on touring with the Stones (or what is left of it) till he's no longer able to.
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2 ***months ***ago
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2 ***months ***ago
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Of course I'm looking forward to a new album, their last one was 17 years ago, but I'm fully aware that the band peaked in the late seventies - that was the last time they were still relevant to the contemporary pop/rock scene. So my level of expectation is adjusted to that. Anyway a new album is much more exciting than another tour...
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2 ***months ***ago
Stoneage
It's photo evidence for the tax authority I guess.
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2 ***months ***ago
Stoneage
I don't think Steve Jordan "injected new life into the song". I would prefer Watts on this song any day. SMU is a beaten up warhorse by now. Simply boring. I wouldn't mind if they left it out. Still like the song though. The original studio version that is.
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3 ***months ***ago
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3 ***months ***ago
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Finishing Touch
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