One of the bands you can see this week around Phoenix has a famous song called "A Praise Chorus." Another of the bands you can see this week titled the first song of their first album "Penis." See which one of those bands is Jimmy Eat World after the jump!
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Kesha's 'Cannibal'Kesha is bratty, she always looks a little dirty, and she performs live with Auto-Tune (see the American Music Awards).She would wear garbage bags as clothes if she could, and she's been pictured with only semen covering her chest. She's not exactly the classiest or most ... More >>
Sherwood gets the Dennis Gilman treatment in this YouTube video Andrew Sherwood may not slay the anti-immigrant goliath, neo-Nazi-huggin' state Senator Russell Pearce, but he's got the right idea on how to take on the beast. And that is, talk about everything Pearce's not doing, and all the stuff h ... More >>
Fit for a filthy appetite
The feathered fiend blasts the fact-challenged Republic and ASU's prudish student-body prez, plus examines a tiff at Tranzylvania
Trench, Dolphins Kill for Love, The Eleven Forties, The Secret Life of Painters, Longshore, Split the Enemy, Intrinzik, Goliath Monsignor, Shelby James & The Crying Shames
Avery Wiseman writes about cannibalism as a cure for cancer. But don't boil your best friend just yet. It's fiction.
God, Boys, Madness and the Sacred Art of One Shot, One Kill. A Meditation.
From the Week of March 9, 2000
Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics
From the week of July 8, 1999
The war between a state agency and a self-appointed watchdog degenerates into accusations of racism, revenge and name-calling--and your tax dollars pay for it
Crash 'n' burn Con Air never gets off the ground
Yesterday's nuclear family rooms are today's underground sensations
The nation's premier medical criminologist imparts his profundity--and profanity
Product testing proves to be 1 percent inspiration, 99 percent perspiration