Screw you JMS! Well kids, if its late July the geeks are convening in sunny Southern California. That's right, its Comic-Con weekend in San Diego. And while we at the 'Geek were able to secure press credentials for the mecca of all geekdom, due to timing issues we were unable to get there. That doesn't … Continue reading Friday LinkFrogging – 7/23/10
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Welcome back kids. It has been quite a week here at homebase. I lost a load of links when I lost my PC. I'm not sure how that's going to affect our final count today, but we'll see. We also welcome a new Geek to the herd this week. Aamir comes to us on a … Continue reading Friday LinkFrogging – 12/11/09
Well, not in real life. But he plays a Jeffrey Dahmer victim in new 'slasher comedy' 'Dahmer vs. Gacy.' You can see Adler very briefly around the :41 and 1:03 marks in the trailer for the Ford Austin movie. Adler reportedly first gets picked up and then killed with a drill to the head by Dahmer. I wish I … Continue reading Steven Adler’s Dead!
Galactic Cowboys (Alan Doss, drums; Ben Huggins, vocals; Monty Colvin, bass, Wally Farkas, guitar) will be playing their first live dates in 10 years less than one month from now. Three dates in Texas in three nights: Aug. 13-15; Dallas, Austin, and Houston. The band agreed to talk with GonzoGeek in advance of these dates to let … Continue reading Galactic Cowboys Reunion Interview, Part 2: Ben and Monty – The Past
Now that even the tail end of the decade is almost 10 years ago, I decided it was time to weigh in on this very important topic. Important?, you ask. Why yes. Because at least one version of mainstream rock musical history goes like this: the Dinosaurs, Punk, 4 days of Power Pop, Hair Metal … Continue reading The Greatest Music of the ’90s
It was a long time for you It was a long time for me - "There Was a Time" Just shut up and sing - "Sorry" Let's just get this over with from the start. This album is NOT "Appetite for Destruction." That perfect storm ended 20 years ago. This album is also not "Use Your … Continue reading “Chinese Democracy” – the review
My enjoyment of Chuck Klosterman's writing is well documented on this site. My nervous apprehension of the immiment arrival of "Chinese Democracy" is also documented. This, my friends, is synergy. Mr. Klosterman, a self-professed GNR fan, reviews the long awaited and much delayed album right here. Enjoy.
You can use your illusion, let it take you where it may. I can still tell you where I was the first time I heard "Appetite for Destruction" all the way through. Matt bought it at the Acadiana Mall and we took it back to his frat house and put in on his turntable. That's … Continue reading “Chinese Democracy”…no…really!
..."Photograph" is the best Journey song ever made. I grew up in the 80s. I grew up in what was, for all intents and purposes, a small town in South Louisiana. I grew up liking 80s metal. There I said it. Ratt was my favorite band. Or maybe it was Van Halen. Eventually it was … Continue reading Fargo Rock City
I could easily have lived there for four days. Coming and going for four days would've been a drag. But the combination of friendly yet functional security and a crowd to match would've made it a very nice place to live, listen to music, and sit in the sun. As it was, one day was … Continue reading Rock the Bayou – Day 1