Saturday, October 22, 2005

I'm not the only one...

...who wonders why The Tea Party had the career and exposure it did in Canada, or who isn't lamenting their breakup. This Canadian band wouldn't have been lame if it had just billed itself what it was: a tribute band to The Doors. Who does Jeff Martin think he was kidding?



This was from an online poll yesterday.

NB - I am not a completely merciless critic of Canadian music--despite my post from Friday, October 7, 2005. I'm just not afraid to voice my opinion of which Canadian acts, sheltered by CanCon regulations, suck ass.

8 comments:

Carrie said...

I went to a tea party concert at the gov't once and puked my guts out in the bathroom, then went home....good times. i love alcohol. fukin zambucca

madamerouge said...

I know I'm an opinionated bitch about music, and I should try to be less so. But The Tea Party has always just bothered me. I know every band or musician has influences and idols. It's just whenever I paid attention to TTP, I saw a lead singer who just wasn't trying to hide the resemblence to Jim Morrison. So, the band made me want to barf for reasons having nothing to do with sambuca (which, I agree, is a nasty drink).

RahX said...

I think I've heard like 2 songs of theirs, and there is a reason for that.

Carrie said...

omg. rahx was here...lmao

Jason said...

The singer looks like the Door's guy.

Shora said...

I'm almost as suicidal as I was when Creed split. *cough*

So what's your take on Nickelback? tee hee.

Jason said...

Are you responsible for destroying my http://www.ewlala.blogspot.com?

Jason said...

Look.

And you are CanCon.