Feel like a big shot walking around town in your big boots with your big hair? Take a look at the image below (click to see it full size) and learn just how small you really are. This is mind-numbing, really.
If you haven’t been able to get your hands on one of the limited numbers of vinyl out there, you can wander over to ThinkIndie.com and download a copy. The first side is a remastered version of the original 5-song cassette we released in 1989. The second side was recorded in April, 2010, and contains 5 songs we did back in the day but never took into the studio.
Grab your self a little bit of Louisville music history!
This seems to have flown under the radar in recent weeks, but Google has launched a Beta site for using their search services over SSL. I have it set to my default Google search page now.
Same URL as usual, just use https instead of http.
Unless you have been living under an Internet rock, you are familiar with the Star Wars Kid meme which circulated 5 or 6 years ago. People went to extraordinary lengths to take the original video (below) and adapt it into various alterations. If you haven’t seen it, or you need a refresher, check this out:
After having watched that video many times, I became quite familiar with the Kid’s awkward moves. Naturally, I was amazed when my 4 year-old son, Dax, busted out doing his own version the other day. He has never seen the Star Wars Kid video, but this looks eerily similar:
Yes, The Force is strong in this one (but I bet you knew I was going to say that).
Crawl Out of The Water
From the concert in Louisville last night. It was a truly amazing experience to play with these guys after 21 years.