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This summer's musical choices have been made. Our thighs have been chafed from festivals, our livers raked over the fiery coals, our eardrums gently caressed. And now, as we drift into the last quarter of the year, we're taking one look back at some of o ... More >>
See also: The Problem With Gym Class Heroes and Adam Levine's "Stereo Hearts"
The 2012 London Olympics are a month away, but I'm not as interested as I was for Beijing 2008. If London's opening ceremony has a TARDIS float, I'll be interested. To tie in to the Olympics, Gym Class Heroes -- the hip, ... More >>
Although I pride myself in finding patterns and themes in pop music, Maroon 5's recent nostalgic theme came at me like a curveball. I should have seen it before, with song titles such as "Moves Like Jagger" and singer Adam Levine's guest gig on "Stereo Hearts" with Gym Class Heroes. But Maroon 5's l ... More >>
Lil WayneIt seems that The Young Money Millionaire is making up for time lost while locked up last year. Lil Wayne is returning to Dallas on Saturday at the Gexa Energy Pavilion after performing at the American Airlines Center only five months ago. And the opening acts are reason enough to check ... More >>
Have you seen the above billboard around town? I haven't, but apparently it exists, and for the sole purpose of telling AT&T mobile customers how they can get into tomorrow night's Gym Class Heroes show at the Granada Theater for free. Essentially, if you're an AT&T customer, you just sh ... More >>
Wow, I haven't heard the name Gym Class Heroes in a while! I remember the group, though. They were a hip-hop-and-pop-punk hybrid band that sounded tailor-made for the kids that got their music cues solely from MTV2.Then the band's emcee, Travie McCoy, went off and did a solo thing, releasing the pro ... More >>
What would you do if you had a million dollars? Would you buy nice cars? A nice house? Or would you be like Peter from Office Space and do absolutely nothing? Unfortunately, inflation requires that you demand even more money than that to fulfill your dreams, folks. Now, we all have to want to be a b ... More >>
Lil Wayne, T-Pain, Keyshia ColeAmerican Airlines CenterDecember 19, 2008
Better Than: Listening to a whole bunch of records in which T-Pain and Lil Wayne are just the featured acts.
Check out our photos from the show here.As if, at any point over the course of this past year, there was still doubt ... More >>