Post by iamthehorn on Jul 12, 2012 12:29:27 GMT -5
I could definitely see him closing the Which. He's going to be touring with Coldplay and doing all those things people who are going to get super big do, BUT, I really see him doing Glastonbury and other Euro dates in June next year, not Bonnaroo.
They were better headlining before the new album like the ought 6 show where they played In Rainbows.
The '12 show had 6 songs from In Rainbows: 15 Step, Weird Fishes/Arpeggi, Nude, Bodysnatchers, Reckoner, House of Cards
The '06 show had 6 songs from In Rainbows: 15 Step, Weird Fishes/Arpeggi,Videotape, Nude, Bodysnatchers, House of Cards
Post by itrainmonkeys on Jul 12, 2012 14:06:17 GMT -5
If, by chance, you’re waiting to buy a physical copy of Frank Ocean’s highly-acclaimed and much-buzzed about Channel Orange when it’s released next week, you will not find it at Target. Why? Well, it might, as Frank Ocean and his people seem to believe, have something to do with that whole falling in love with a dude thing. Target, however, suggests otherwise.
Reports the LA Times:
A Target statement, reported by MTV News, explained that “At Target, we focus on offering our guests a wide assortment of physical CDs, so our selection of new releases is dedicated to physical CDs rather than titles that are released digitally in advance of the street date.”
In addition, the statement refuted (Ocean’s manager’s) allusion in a since-deleted Tweet on Tuesday that the decision had anything to do with the musician’s sexuality.
“The claims made about Target’s decision to not carry the Frank Ocean album are absolutely false,” the statement said. “Target supports inclusivity and diversity in every aspect of our business. Our assortment decisions are based on a number of factors, including guest demand.
I don’t know, you’d think that a national retail chain would want to stock an album that is one of hottest online sellers of the year, right? But hey, what do I know.