U2 release their debut album on October 20, 1980.
It’s #417 on Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
Keith (and his band “The X-Pensive Winos”) release “Main Offender” on October 20, 1992 …
“Maybe I’ll have to leave the country,” Trump said. It’s likely this was a clumsy attempt at humor, though it’s a curious thing for him to joke about.
Set bail at a level only Putin can post.
We got screwed. The state got screwed.”
Is this a surprise to anyone? I mean even Robin Vos, Scott Fitzgerald and Scott Walker have be surprised only in that it happened so quick. They’re dirty but not stupid — they had to think the ruse would hold together at least until 2021.
There is nothing like a common adversary to make people recognize what they have in common.
Great read. And, yes — If rolls were reversed, I *would* cross party line and do what needed to be done. That’s being an American … not a lemming.
“This boy is going to be a big star, and he deserves it”.
~ Robert Christgau
Prince releases his second album on October 19, 1979 …
Talking Heads release their concert movie in theaters October 19, 1984. It’s conceived by David Byrne and sculpted by director Jonathan Demme. His girlfriend, fellow filmmaker Sandy McLeod, followed the band on tour to note how they moved on stage and how it could translate to film. On December 13, 14 and 15, Demme shot their concerts at the Pantages Theater in Hollywood.
The response from both the public and reviewers are positive. It’s now considered by many to be one of the greatest music/concert films of all time. As well it should be.