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Old 02-08-2006, 01:34 PM   #46
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I'm sorry, but that was an unbelievably terrible performance. The Rolling Stones have done nothing but embarass themselves for the past ten years or so. The Superbowl performance was like the final nail in the coffin. Off key, sounded like shit, uninspired performance...this band just has absolutely no idea when to quit (the real answer is "a hell of a long time ago").

If you still like The Stones, God Bless You, I mean somebody has to buy their $450 concert tickets. How anyone can take them seriously anymore is a mystery that shall never be solved.

I believe in personal taste and all, but I also believe that opinions can still be "wrong". If you honestly think the Superbowl performance "rocked", you must have been drunk, high, deaf, or maybe you just can't escape the nostalgia of it all.
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Just for the freaking record, not one of us was complaining or whining or anything of the sort, just comparing and observing.

It makes sense that a god of stage design works for the likes of U2, the Stones, Pink Floyd.

In popular culture, everyting copies everything else into infinity. Originality is a consumerist myth used to sell things. All art is plagiarism.

But vomit blood? Yowza--for a moment I thought I was on a GG Allen bulletin board.... when you're done puking all over other people's posts, perhaps we can drink it in your honor.

To puke! To plagiarism! To Life!

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So what'd they play anyhow?
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Stones rank in my top five bands of all time but I must admit I found their performance at the Super Bowl very lackluster.
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Rolling Stones doesn't need to copy U2, obviously, but the stage design is unfortunately the same......................it's too manifest..................anyway, it's Rolling Stones, they're friends of U2.....................................it is acceptable that they get "inspired" by U2..............................
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Rolling Stones doesn't need to copy U2, obviously, but the stage design is unfortunately the same......................it's too manifest..................anyway, it's Rolling Stones, they're friends of U2.....................................it is acceptable that they get "inspired" by U2..............................
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Looks like you didn't catch my sarcasm................................
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Looks like you didn't catch my sarcasm................................

i would have had to actually have read your post in order to do that. unfortunatly, my eyes bugged out of my skull before i could.
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I love the Rolling Stones but I admit the Super Bowl performance was not good. Who cares about the stage. It doesn't matter that it looked like an elipse. Does U2 own the patent to that? It's a cool stage set up so get over it people. Other bands will start to use it. It just means U2 will come up with somthing cooler next time. Oh and for thsoe who say the Stones should've quit along time ago I ask you this: Should Paul McCartney hang'em up as well or is o.k. for him to continue? Bigger Bang is a great album and a Stones concert would be a great concert(if you could afford it). If I'm being honest after watching U2's performance at the Grammy's we could also say they are washed up and bad. Their perfomance wasn't good either. Some nights it's just not there. The Stones had a bad night so what.


Ha! I just noticed I had already posted in this thread. Poor memory I guess.
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