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Sean Greenbek (maskedkoala) wrote,
@ 2005-06-01 14:57:00
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    Music Fucking Rocks
    So I finally got to see Choad Machine Experience on Saturday. If you don't know who they are, well you should probably fucking kill yourself because they're the best rock band ever. After their drummer, Corey Stein, left and started his own band (named Corpse Machine experience, how original) they just didn’t sound the same. Luckily Stein’s band fucking sucked and they reunited. This was the first concert I’ve been able to get to since they’re back together, and I have to say that they sound as good, if not better than three years ago.

    The first set fucking rocked. They played a lot of their old tunes like Mommy Make Me Holler, but jammed out on them. Tanner is a fucking badass on the organ. He has this one lick in every song that he plays with his knuckles. I’ve been trying to figure it out, but it’s insane. I think most of the notes are on the black keys.

    The second set was even better, though. They mixed it up with some of their newer stuff (the stuff they played just before they broke up), a few brand new songs that I hadn’t heard before, and some pretty sweet covers. Let me tell ya’, if you thought Mmm Bop was good when Hanson played it, this version would fucking blow your mind. There is absolutely nothing as awesome as extremely talented musicians playing splendid music.


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