Mar 21st 2011 2:01PM Terror Pigeon's show works best with a crowd, but the band can do it admirably with a small group. They did play another gig, an afternoon show with limited publicity at Club 1808. Limited to a few songs and playing for 10 people, the band produced the essence of the crazy, fun Terror Pigeon experience.
Mar 26th 2010 4:40AM Dang it, Dean. I know you're tired after all that non-stop fun at SXSW. But don't sign in on my computer using its auto-fill function. Expend the energy to type in your own email to post comments. You deserve full credit for knowing you were going to get a full face of Gwar juice. We'll use that as evidence at your sanity hearing ;-) -- Steve C.
Mar 26th 2010 4:22AM Dean, use your own AOL account to post your own opinions about such weighty matters. Personally, I think "rundown" is fine. I'm surprised the co-op hasn't been run down by bulldozers clearing the land for condos. It will take bulldozers to do it. With that big crowd shaking the 2nd-story floor at Andrew W.K.'s show, the place is still standing so it must be sturdy. -- Steve C.
Mar 26th 2010 4:14AM "Decrepit" is a great word. You can be decrepit and still have class. And the 21st Co-op has old-style Austin class. (There was a lot more around before the condo onslaught.) I just couldn't associate a word so slow and elderly with all the young, manic energy pulsing in the buildings that night. -- Dean Carrell
Mar 24th 2010 1:55PM A veritable paradise, a Gwarden of Eden for fans.
You'll be a fun generation in nursing homes: "Are those old codgers having hallucinations or just remembering a Gwar show? Just keep them away from anything they can spray all over each other." And CD collections will include nostalgic sing-along greats such as "Where is Zog?" -- Dean Carrell
Dec 2nd 2009 12:22PM Is Rite Aid guilty or not? If not, the statement is probably libelous.
Aug 16th 2006 3:35PM One gift certificate, please. It's the least x-tremegeek.com can do since they named their website after me -- without my knowledge. (The black helicopters, Martians and Dick Cheney must have been spreading info about me, again.)
Also, I promise, on a stack of 1,000 prepaid cellphones, to review all the cool stuff I buy, if I get one of your editor jobs (stay tuned for a different email on that).