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Old 02-22-2003, 03:04 AM   #16
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ive seen more episodes of the simpsons than matt groening has.
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FYI... The Grammys will air 8pm (Eastern time USA) Sunday.
Beginning 2pm that afternoon MTV2 will air a 4 hour time line of the history of the U2 band. WHOO WHOO can't wait.
*Sigh*

Why does our cable company not carry MTV2?

Why, why, why?





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FYI... The Grammys will air 8pm (Eastern time USA) Sunday.
Beginning 2pm that afternoon MTV2 will air a 4 hour time line of the history of the U2 band. WHOO WHOO can't wait.
I don't get the MTV2 station.
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I don't have cable.
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[q]GRAMMY SPECIAL PERFORMANCE

Coldplay will be performing POLITIK at this year's Grammy Awards, taking place tomorrow (SUN 23rd FEB) at Madison Square Garden in NYC.
They will be backed by the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, a treat not to be missed.[/q]
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Grammy stars free to sing out on war

By GEORGE BUSH and ISAAC GUZMAN (Daily News Staff Writers)

Get ready for antiwar protests at tomorrow night's Grammy Awards ceremony.

Despite a report that CBS executives had considered blocking politically outspoken rockers, the network said last night it would not pull the plug on anyone protesting a war against Iraq.

The Drudge Report, an Internet news site, quoted an anonymous CBS chieftain as saying the network would cut the microphone of any rocker who engaged in antiwar rhetoric.

But CBS quickly moved to squelch the story.

"There will be no restrictions on artistic expression or opinions expressed during acceptance speeches," said CBS spokesman Chris Ender.

Musician Sheryl Crow, who made headlines when she wore a "War Is Not the Answer" T-shirt at the American Music Awards in January, plans to hand out 300 "No War" buttons tomorrow.

"If we can't turn to our artists, who can we look to?" Crow told the Daily News. "I think there will be artists stepping forward and making statements."

At Thursday's Brit Awards in London, Chris Martin of English band Coldplay said, "We are all going to die when George Bush has his way. But it's great to go out with a bang."

The Grammys will be handed out during a 3-1/2-hour telecast from Madison Square Garden.

Originally published on February 22, 2003
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Old 02-22-2003, 09:03 PM   #22
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politik with an orchestra might actually be pretty cool.
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Old 02-22-2003, 09:09 PM   #23
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i find the 2nd half of that song to be pointless
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Re: The Grammys

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Just notice that the Grammys will be on this coming Sunday. In the past they were always held in the middle of the week. I wonder why the changed it
I don't know. It confused me to the point where I thought the show was Thursday night, not Sunday. It could be the ratings. I wouldn't know.
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Re: network programmers worry Grammys will be turned into 'anti-war platform'

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yeah i know, i know it's from matt drudge, but it's a very plausible scenario, especially considering some of the scheduled performers are Bruce Springsteen, Coldplay and Sheryl Crow (and Coldplay's Chris Martin just made strong comments at the Brits)

http://www.drudgereport.com/cbs.htm

I think it's safe to say this wont be a concern with the Oscars

I suppose not. Wow. I'm not surprised Chris said that. I don't think the network wants the Political Rally From Hell on their show.
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this should be an interesting show. i really don't want to watch the whole show. i hope coldplay plays early in the show.
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politik with an orchestra might actually be pretty cool.
I think it's amazingly cool they will play Politik (I assumed they would play In My Place), but I'm not sure about the whole orchestra thing.
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i love it when bands play w/ orchestra's... i cannot wait to hear this song tomorrow night.
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I think they'll play Clocks.

EDIT: Whoops, just read they WILL play Politik after all. Should be interesting.
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Old 02-23-2003, 02:00 AM   #30
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i find the 2nd half of that song to be pointless
and the first half?
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