Okay, so moving onto 1994's Woke Up With a Monster. It's a great album. That is all I have for you.
Oh, earlier, I was listening to the outtake of "Surrender". It's great. Look it up on YouTube. It even has the original version of the "WACS" lyric. The way the lyrics ended was "Now I had heard the WACS recruited old maids for the war, but Mommy isn't one of those, I've known her all these years..." The original lyrics were "Now I had heard the WACS were old maids, dykes or whores..." You can see why it got changed. XD I'm big on listening to original versions of songs, to see the progression between that and the final product. It's very interesting, sometimes.
"Come on, Come on" (1977)
"Times of Our Lives" (2009)
"O Claire" (2006) - Kinda Beatles-esque, this one.
"Eight Miles Low" (1997)
"Say Goodbye" (1997)
Tommy looks so happy.
They all looks so young here. Well, I suppose they were. *shrugs*
Robin - ever the loner. Bun E. Carlos and Rick - just as crazy as each other.
I love how in some pictures, you can see Tom's silver capped tooth. I think he looks cute with it. I used to have one, but it was on a baby tooth, so essentially, it fell out. Interesting fact - His silver tooth is in the same spot mine was. I think that's pretty cool.
Well, hello Robin.
Damn, he looks sharp.
"Love ya, buddy."
He looks comfortable, doesn't he?
Ah, the 70s. A decade I wish I could've been alive for.
Well, they got Rick looking at the camera.
While everyone else is calm, Rick isn't. As it always is.
I don't know, this picture seems worthy of a laugh.
Robin Zander's beautiful, long, blond hair.
Journal of an Astral Travelling Starship Trooper
Rambling about stuff that may or may not interest you... Fangirling about musicians that may or may not interest you... Random stuff... Yeah, that's about it... There's a Sci-Fi story buried in here somewhere...