'Pogoing' was the kind of dance, according to Wikipedia.
Sounds like the beef was probably that pogoing was seen as a precursor to moshing.
(always a favorite.)
Heh... pogoing to polka...
JUMP JUMP JUMP JUMP UP AND DOWN IN PLACE!
JAB A SAFETY PIN INTO YOUR FACE!
EXCUSE ME WHILE I LEAVE THE HUMAN RANCE
TO DO THE PUNK POLKA!
(NYC is the biggest radio market in the world, and not a single f***ing station carried Dr. Demento. I really missed out.)
Hmm... jab or drive... burning questions require burning answers...
Punk polka sounds like it must have been Weird Al's inspiration
"Many mumbling mice are making midnight music in the moonlight mighty nice."
Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni... Super genius...
Poor user interface design... probably by someone who doesn't have to use it.
Subject: Dave Mustaine was a total pussy
for caving to Sinatra's lawyers and bleeping "offensive" passages in the remastered release of KILLING IS MY BUSINESS...AND BUSINESS IS GOOD!.
Pomplamoose combines the talents of Jack Conte and Nataly Dawn, both
of whom perform interesting works of popular styles of music.
Unfortunately, Jack Conte has been handling Patreon (I think he's the
CEO), so he hasn't been doing as much music, and this has slowed down
some of Pomplamoose's progress, but they still do some relatively quick
They just posted a video telling the story of what they've been up to. They moved to a new home, Conte is spending most of his time on Patreon, and they switched to a new style of doing one-off music videos (mostly covers and mashups) with some decent session musicians. They're done with Bust Your Kneecaps style pieces where the videos took a month to make, but they're making more videos and more music now.
It's not what it used to be, but it's decent. And compared to mainstream crud, very listenable.
Thu Jun 23 2016 03:06:23 PM EDT from zooer @ Uncensored
Jury says that Zeppelin did not steal Stairway to Heaven.
Here is the song in the lawsuit.
Speaking of which, I'm in the market for guitar effects again ... my Line6 "Pocket Pod" has developed a noise problem that's making it unusable, and my old analog pedals sound like crap. I need something that is simple, versatile, and that won't break the bank.
Any recommendations? I haven't even started looking. I need a couple of basic effects ... some reverb, some chorus, a bit of compression, and enough distortion to be crunchy but not face-melting. The ability to switch between a couple of different presets using a pedal would be a big plus.
Standard disclaimer: I love playing my guitar but I'm not very good at it, so I'm not above using anything that would be a "crutch".