Sunday, January 6, 2008

Nothing Says Fresh Musical Talent Like Collective Soul


Hey FOX, here are three words that won't make television history: COLLECTIVE SOUL BLOWS. Quit interrupting my game to advertise a show that doesn't need advertising. Jackasses.

15 comments:

futuremrsrickankiel said...

Nothing says Angsty James Van der Beek Does NOT Want Your Life like Collective Soul...

smurphette said...

+1 for the tampon tag

Between that, Jeff Garcia, Elisha, and Philip Rivers, this is turning out to be quite the vagina-themed football Sunday.

lanceoceanside said...

Come on and shiiiiiiiiinnnnneeeee!!! I would of liked to seen the spin doctors with a highlight montage done to clips of Eli Manning and Jeff Garcia. Two Princes anyone?? .........im a jackass.

bfreakin3 said...

the 'was seven mary three unavailable?' tag is top notch. Also, off-topic, I'm convinced that Rivers is at least as whiny of a bitch as people tell me Brady is after watching much of today's game. Seemed like he was rubbing off on LT too.

Jason said...

Hey, Chad Kroeger called - he wants his haircut back.

StuScottBooyahs said...

Camel toe!

Punch Rockgroin said...

I thought they broke up after their lead singer OD'ed...

I can't keep my whiny, "grunge" rock bands straight. Yes there is a double meaning to that...

Happy Fun Miles said...

Seven Mary Three had success on a record label with the budget of Aunt Sherrie's home movies.

Collective Soul had success on a label with a budget equivalent to that of the GDP of Luxembourg.

Seven Mary Three > Collective Soul

am19psu said...

Seven Mary Three had success on a record label with the budget of Aunt Sherrie's home movies.

Collective Soul had success on a label with a budget equivalent to that of the GDP of Luxembourg.

Seven Mary Three > Collective Soul


Wow, I'm pretty sure that you comparing those two bands was the gayest thing I've ever seen on this blog, and that is saying something.


(Please don't hit me with a thunderbolt, BDD)

Mark P said...

Hey, I can top that for gayest thing ever said on the board! I went to a Collective Soul concert back in 1999. It was actually a pretty good show, but keep in mind this was 1999, unquestionably the worst year in music history. So there's a sliding scale.

Les Savy Ferd said...

camel toe? ha! wow, haven't laughed that hard in a while.

Mike said...

I actually like Collective Soul. I saw them in concert with Live a few months ago.

dick_gozinia said...

Mike, have you been in a coma since 1995, or did you just stop listening to new music after you heard 'Throwing Copper'?

Your life has become cumbersome!!!!!

Otto Man said...

I actually like Collective Soul. I saw them in concert with Live a few months ago.

Did Scott Stapp do some shirtless acoustic work, too?

Lenn Sakatas Media Assassin said...

Edgy!