Welcome to the First Ever Giveaway on 2Loud2OldMusic.com. Let’s kick off November with a Bang!! And it is an easy one…very simple. Here are the Rules:
- Like AND Share the post
- Follow the site (an extra entry)
- If you do the same on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, you will get extra entries as well for each social network.
- The contest will last exactly 1 week and will end on November 7th. Winner to be drawn hopefully by the next weekend and be notified.
- We are giving away 1 CD for Greta Van Fleet – ”Anthem of the Peaceful Army” unopened still in shrink wrap.
I think that is pretty simple. No answering any questions, only a few clicks of your mouse and/or your keyboard.
Now get going and good luck!!
Legal Disclaimer: The winner will be randomly selected by me or one of my daughters and in no way is this a professionally run operation and never claims to be as such. Odds of winning are 1:1000000000000000 as that is how many people I hope to actually participate so you really have no hope in hell of winning. (actual odds might be 1:1 as no one reads my shit anyway). Winner will allow me to use their name and likeness in any promotional material (which will be a post announcing the winner). I will not share actual address with anyone. I just need your address to mail that dang thing…okay, I will share your address with the post office so they can actually deliver the CD. You must be at least 1 year old to play and be a legal citizen of the country you live or an illegal immigrant in the country you are residing in at the moment as it doesn’t really matter to me. If you are in the caravan heading to the US right now I am sorry but you are not eligible until you have a permanent address in whatever country you wind up in. I just need to know there is somewhere to mail the package. We will not discriminate based on race, age or sexual orientation because it is really none of our business what you are and shouldn’t matter anyway. We are not responsible for your upset feelings if you lose so don’t whine to me asshole. We are also not responsible for any paper cuts the winner gets for opening the package…that is all on you bud so wear some fucking gloves to be safe. Greta Van Fleet is in no way affiliated with this promotion as they don’t know who the hell I am or even care. They did not supply these CDs (well sort of they did as I bought concert tickets for their show and each ticket came with a CD and I don’t need 5 CDs) Okay, is that enough to cover my ass if something goes horribly wrong with this? Now if you read the legal disclaimer, say you did in the comments below and you will get another 10 entries in the drawing.
I felt it was time to honor (or poke fun) at Kid Rock. With doing a My Sunday Song on him, I realized I didn’t have Memes collection with Kid Rock so it is time to remedy that now. Whether you like him or not, he will always make you laugh…at him…not with him…definitely at him. So I hope you enjoy.
The Confederate Flag???
Senator Kid Rock??
And why not!!
And there you have it. Have a great rest of week!!
For My Sunday Song #114, we will discuss the song “Who Can’t It Be Now” by Men at Work. The song was off the Australian band’s debut album ‘Business as Usual’ and went all the way to #1 in the US Billboard chart thanks in large part to MTV. MTV didn’t have a ton of videos around 1982 and this would was in constant rotation as a result.
The song is so recognizable when the first note of the Greg Ham’s saxophone kicks in. The sax is the better than a guitar riff in this case. Originally the saxophones was only played in the middle of the song, but the record producer felt it was such a great hook that it should be the main musical focus of the song. And I would say he was correct.
The song was written by singer Colin Hay and was about a place he lived in St. Kilda, Victoria. The apartment complex at the time was in a shady part of town and all these scary figures would be around. Someone was selling drugs on his floor and would mistakenly knock on his door and that might have frightened him a little based on the lyrics in this song.
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The Monkees?? Yes, The Monkees! I love the Monkees. The first album I ever got that was mine was a Monkees album. So why not dedicate a whole Tuesday’s Memes collection to them. They are more deserving than some I have done so far. So, sit back and enjoy! Maybe by the end you will be a believer!! (Yes, I went there!)
And The Monkees…
And for no reason at all…
Have a great week!!! Thanks for stopping by!
Alright, it is time Dee Snider and Twisted Sister got a turn at the memes. There were so many to go through that I hope I captured the best. Whether or not you like the band doesn’t matter, hopefully you will laugh at them anyway. Sit back and enjoy.
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Welcome to October and the 1st Meme collection of the month. We are going to celebrate Green Day this week. Whether it is making fun of songs, individuals or the whole band all at once, hopefully you will get a little smile that will brighten your day.
And since September is now over…
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If you are new to the site, I started this series with the year 1987 and then noticed that 1991 and 1983 were also a couple of the greatest years in music. I got to thinking, was there a pattern that every 4 years we have another great year in music. Well theory didn’t last long as I don’t think the next two years I researched were “great” years in music. Those years were 1979 and 1995. If you want to explore all the years I have examined so far, click on the link below…
1979 – The Greatest Year in Music?
1983 – The Greatest Year in Music?
1987 – The Greatest Year in Music?
1991 – The Greatest Year in Music?
1995 – The Greatest Year in Music?
Now that my theory is busted, I am just going to start looking for the “Greatest” year in music. I am going to start with 1971. Will 1971 be another great year or will it be the greatest year. Let us explore and see and then decide at the end. But first we have to ask What were the top albums of the year?, What were the debut albums from some of the great rock bands? and What was going on in the world of music that year?
What were some of the biggest news events that happened in 1971? I couldn’t find any one big thing that happened. Nothing new was invented such as the walkman or the CD. There were a couple things of note.
June 27th & July 4th – Music promoter, Billy Graham, closed two of the most famous music venues, The Fillmore East in New York City closed on June 27th and closed with The Allman Brothers (the band recorded their famous live album their 3 months earlier) and on July 4th the Fillmore West in San Francisco closed with Santana, Credence Clearwater Revival and the Grateful Dead (not a bad night).
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Yes, we are doing a collection of Memes for the Bee Gees because why not. If you don’t want a good laugh or don’t like the band, then move on we don’t need you here…okay, we do…don’t leave, please stay. You actually might like it. And admit it, deep down you like the Bee Gees. I am not afraid to admit that I really like them, especially the late 60’s early 70’s stuff. The disco stuff I can take it or leave it. Enough chattering, on with the show.
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It is about time I did one on Fleetwood Mac. With the news of Lindsey leaving…again…they need some special treatment. There was a time when I didn’t think Fleetwood Mac wasn’t cool because I was in to Hard Rock and Metal…well let me tell you…Fleetwood Mac is cool and always was. Let’s celebrate the band with some memes. I hope you enjoy…
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I finally found enough Poison memes to do a collection on the band. It took me awhile to find any good ones about as long as it takes to find any good Poison songs!! I am kidding. I like Poison. If I didn’t I wouldn’t have been able to rank their albums and actually find one that was good enough to be #1.
So, sit back and enjoy the fun I have at Poison’s expense…
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