I like the lineup, but my biggest problem with it is that it is such an uninspiring booking. There are only 1 or 2 rare gets. Only a couple jam bands. Only 1 or 2 bands targeted to older individuals. The rest are just popular indie and alt rock acts that never stop touring and play every festival.
1-1-12 Bassnectar NYE SHOW! 1-21-12 G. Love and Special Sauce 3-1-12 Radiohead 3-9-12 Experience Hendrix 5-15-12 Jack White @ The Ryman 6-7-12 Bonnaroo 6-19-12 Roger Waters presents "THE WALL" 7-7-12 Ringo Starr's 72nd Birthday Party Extravaganza at the Ryman
This seems to settle the heated debate about peoples' personal dislike of Skrillex and Foster the People's and how it affects their projections of popularity and lineup placement. Of course it's only going to make those people even more upset and give them something to rail about haha. I personally don't care where a name lands on the lineup, so long as they're there, and I'll be seeing both. Foster will be legitimately great. Skrillex has an amazing setup and I think he'll make for a very fun late night if you want to just bliss out. I get bored of his music after a few songs, but still going to be totally fun.
I think i know why i look so young..im told i look atleast 16....and theyve been sayin this for over 17 years....at 15 i dont know if he was a REAL vampire or not..but i was bitten by him...shoved into the center of a pentragram, was forced to repeat every spell, and generally got sick at 21....at 25 my teeth fell out and the stubs got pulled, at 33 on march 3rd my whole body went into shut down mode .i swear i may be a vampire, a ghoul, a familiar or a warewol
Damn. Foster The People is high. Do they have any other good songs besides the hit.
If you like their hit then you'll like all their songs. If you don't like their hit then you wont like their songs. I personally dislike everything I've heard, and my roommate likes them a lot so I've heard quite a bit. It all sounds the same.
That is not true. I dislike their hit, but I like the rest of their songs.