He sampled the Canadian national anthem.
1:32 » You want to claim Jim Carrey and Mike Myers? In 2010?
2:16 » MR. LEAHY!!!
In December, Pitchfork filed a registration at the United States Patent and Trademark Office for the intent to use the site's namesake in relation with "restaurant or bar services." [source]
$3.0 beers. Berry-lathered toast pavilion. Fox frites.
"Whoa. Is this a cover? No, it is not."
To my surprise, American Idol set a rejection montage to Radiohead's "No Surprises."
Then: A celebratory montage set to…"Hallelujah"?
Andrew Garcia's ethnicity dividing the nation.
Thom Yorke's biggest regret in life has to be the clean version of "Creep," no?
T.I.'s clean version of "Whatever You Like" also induces cringing. "Baby, I can treat you so special, so nice" is no "Late night sex, so wet and so tight."
Idea: Auto-Tune Charles Barkley's Taco Bell ads.
1. "Et Ducit Mundum Per Luce"
2. "The Flight of Apollo"
3. "Young London"
5. "Epic Holiday"
7. "The Moon-Atomic (…Fragments and Fictions)"
9. "Soul Survivor (…2012)"
10. "Letters to God, Part II"
11. "Some Origins of Fire"
Tom DeLonge is like music's Stephen Baldwin.
The record and the movie are called Love simply for the fact that love is a symbol when you write it out, it's a symbol of lines and geometric shapes that has a very specific intention and energy with it. It's the one thing that every near-death experience [has]: When people come back, they all try to describe the word love, but in a physical state. So we tried to attach that phenomenon, philosophically, with how we wrote about the context of that word.
What's the movie about?
It starts in the Civil War and you travel through time and space. [It] tells a story of human life and destiny, but at the same time really makes usual moments of life extraordinary. It's a circular narrative, where it kind of sums up the human race in a time capsule. [source] [source]