16 Burst results for "Larry Mullen"

"larry mullen" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

05:13 min | 4 months ago

"larry mullen" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"The other thing you get at with your book, there's many aspects of it. We need to talk about Woodstock. I know Jim hates that thing. And I understand why he hates it. And you make a really good point, I think about it's almost like the marketing aspect of that movie was more important than the film itself. Whatever you think about the film, the fact that it took this one time event and spread it all over the world, like there was only like 500,000 people that actually saw Woodstock, but then millions and millions more sought because of that movie. And that helps sort of mythologize the whole experience for everybody, like this was the seminal moment of the 60s and it's been that way ever since because of this as opposed to the actual event. And I think I say that there were three Woodstock. The one that happened on stage, the one that happened in the crowd and the one that happens on the movie, which is what is the legend of meaning of Woodstock. It was such an unexpected and enormous moment that I think people spent a long time trying to figure it out. Like it or not. It still has this sort of lasting cultural cachet in impact. Films like rattle and hum. Bring on the night. I mean, they're not that films, but they don't really make a case to be watched these days. Well, you don't want to see Larry Mullen, cry at Elvis gravesite. I didn't want to see that the first time. I see I blocked that part. Two devil's advocate arguments, Fred. Number one, rock films, music films can do a lot to mythologize and gloss over. I always think of la bamba, you know, Richie valens was an infinitely more interesting character than we saw on screen. And Mexican American, and he was kind of scrubbed of his lineage in large part in the movie. Or you know, you write about the NWA movie. You know, and the misogyny and homophobia, Dr. Dre throwing a female journalist down a flight of stairs. All of that is scrubbed out. That's one thing. The mythologizing and the other thing is I've heard arguments from some music lovers that video more so, but film as well. Deprives us of the infinitely better movies we'd see in our head. Without marrying them to these images forever. Similar to what I was saying about the hardest person to write for is the guys like us who think about this all the time. Because we've already got this book in our head, right? I mean, we know which films we think are great films. And why? I was really impressed, for example, with Taylor hackford's film about Chuck Berry. Because it's one of the few artists sanctioned films that you will ever see that is not about how triumphantly great this artist is. I mean, it's respectful of berry, but it shows him as a problematic human being. And you get almost that never, right? You're going to get a story of triumph. And what gets done, I think we're also moving into an area as we see multi part Sex Pistols, multi part cam and Tommy. What gets put up as the official story. Every time you have an artist involved in a film, you kind of have to figure out, okay, one of the interesting things talking to Taylor hackford, both about Chuck Berry, but also about working with Ray Charles. He says something interesting. He said, if I had to make the Ray Charles film after he died with his estate, I never could have made it. Well, because they would have wanted a hero story. And ray was willing to tell a story that was more nuanced than that when he was here in charge of the project. And good foray. I mean, I have this problem with many rock photographers too. I just wrote an introduction, Gregg, for a beautiful photo collection, Marty Perez's work that's coming out, right? And they see their job as building The Rock gods, you know, Mount Rushmore, or religious icons, and I always just think, you know, the reality, as you've been praising, don't look back, is infinitely more fascinating. That is the thing about don't look back. I mean, it's so adult. It's not just like, boy, look at this great genius artist, which is unfortunately the vast majority of what's put out. It's much more what are you looking at? Is this off the copper is Bob Dylan handing this up and giving us a load of bunk? And that's the wonderful thing about the film. You have to decide. In the same vein, I'm really glad Fred that you wrote about some kind of monster because metallic at that point in his career was widely denigrated. They were coming off the napster fiasco where they wanted to kill it, you know, file sharing stuff is all wrong. And the band was breaking up before our very eyes. And they allowed it to happen. I'm still trying to wrap my head around like, how did they allow that to get out into the world? I mean, they fully sanctioned that movie and here it is. And it's the closest thing to give me shelter or don't look back since that year I would say, I don't know, it was interesting to me that that was included because I think a lot of people tend to ignore it because, oh, it's Metallica and they're a cliche now. But that is a great movie for maybe all the wrong reasons. I'm glad you feel that way, because I totally agree with that. I mean, I think it's a really significant movie. Fred gives you a shout out in the book, mister codd, the wilco movie, similar, you know, the animosity exploding on screen between Jay Bennett and Jeff tweedy. It's uncomfortable. And yet, I mean, this is life, right?

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"larry mullen" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

07:40 min | 7 months ago

"larry mullen" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

"Different genres in different mediums. I think probably one of the great songs of the 80s that had actually had a video that matched the song was that it was a bomb song abracadabra by Steve Miller. I mean, that video just that video. A video just. A whole magic trick thing. Yeah. Hate that song. I guess Tom spelling said he played in he was in a cover band and they played love plus one. Is that a telecaster, Jack? Yeah, so perri, it's not Perry, yeah, yeah. Yeah, I'm sorry. This is a telly. I don't know if you'd call it a tally knockoff, but this is a custom guitar that I had made for my son. So there's a guy that's here local in Dover New Hampshire, Ralph Ralph's House of House of tone that actually produces these. This was number 49. Of the guitars that they've actually built. Beautiful, beautiful. They do beautiful work. Hey, I was listening to serious, right? And they have the YouTube channel and they have the advertisement. SiriusXM. And they say, this is the age and tune into YouTube radio with me, Bono and what's his name? Stop. I can hear that. Adam Clayton. Yeah. No Larry Mullen. Larry Mullen doesn't want to be part of that shit. And he's like, they get there all the airtime they want. They get all the pain. And it's like, nah. Nah. Yeah, but you know, Larry Mullen has done a fantastic job over their entire career of cultivating that kind of persona in that attitude of like, yeah, I don't do interviews. Yeah, I'm not going on MTV. Oh, you guys, you guys are gonna go play in the Ukraine, have a good time. I'll see you when I get back. I'm just gonna be the best looking guy in the band. That's all I need to be. That's right. You gotta admit, that dude never changed his look. Never. No. Adam Clayton did with the blond and the shaved head. The edge with the beanie thing, Bono with the 27 different personas. Larry and mullin just had the nice buzz cut up the side that 50s kind of rockabilly look. Never changed it. Here's who he is. Steady beat. He's the 80s version of Charlie Watts. That's right. To stay consistent, stay consistent with the whole time. There may have been even one time over the 40 or 50 years that they've been playing together that he actually smiled. Yeah. Yeah, right? He just comes out and he does what he does what he does. You know what? Speaking of you two, and I know this is probably not where you wanted to take this conversation, but I'm very interested, post COVID, you know, post shutdown, post, you know, two albums that I don't Post Malone. No, no, no. Two albums that weren't necessarily well received. I think they were okay. It'll be interesting. Where does you two go from here? That's a good question. You know, and will they come up with some new masterpiece or will they come out with something or at some point, do you get to a point where like, hey, we're either going to be a nostalgia band, and maybe they are considered that now, even though they feel like they're trying to put out new and relevant music. Well, do they hang it up? You know, like I go back to The Beatles and I wonder if they had had the presence of mind or if there had been a precedent that had been set where they were like, you know, look, we're going to put The Beatles on the back burner for a little while and then we're going to go and do their do our own thing. You know, what if things would things have turned out a little bit differently? I would tell you, when I was a kid, I longed for The Beatles to get back together and didn't understand why they broke up. And the older that I got, I get it. And I think it's probably the best thing that they did in their career. It was to kind of leave it where it was, and to move on and do other things. They didn't have to prove themselves again. They wanted to explore their own musical journeys. And whether people subscribed to it or not, I don't think they really gave a shit. Well, where do you go when you have the biggest band in the world? There's nowhere else. That's right. That's right. It's nothing else to look at. Kiss driving. That's all just go do our own albums. It was a marketing thing. They were the most brilliant marketers in the history of rock and roll. I don't care what anybody says. The dawn was a great self promoter. Bowie was a great self promoter, but kiss with a greatest marketers. They marketed themselves into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Was it music is good, it's not great. Another band, a couple of really great songs. One or two solid albums. I mean, they're really known for their live albums. But you're right. They were a brand. They were kind of shtick. And in some regards, it hurt them a little bit, but and I'm not certainly not putting them. Nor am I putting you too much with The Beatles, but no, no, no. No. But The Beatles machine had to come to a screeching halt eventually. They couldn't keep that pace up. There was no way that it was going to be able to, they were going to be able to sustain it. A lot of learned from that, too. Yeah. You know? I would think. Well, you know what? He's kind of the interesting thing is that if you applied the band logic to any other type of art, I mean, think about it. Can you imagine if you had four artists like The Beatles? But instead of them being musicians, they were writers that they pushed, they wrote stories. Right. They wrote, they were painters that they were sculptors, and they were like, no, no, no. You guys have to continue to put this stuff together as all four of you. You know, at some point, the wheels fall off of the wagon. Yeah. Yeah, no doubt. So we had the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees announced recently. Right? So let me see. I know I had it somewhere. Duran Duran. In Dolly Parton. Yeah, so we had M and ms. Eminem, Lionel Richie, Duran Duran, eurythmics, Kali Simon. I got something to say about that. Pat benatar. She's been eligible since 2004, but didn't get her. First nomination until 2020. So start seeing a lot of women getting put into this to The Rock and Hall of Fame. It's all going that way. Because, okay, let's start with Dolly Parton. I don't understand the comment that you just made..

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"larry mullen" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

04:21 min | 9 months ago

"larry mullen" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

"That's a sign. That's a dream. So there's actually the thing behind that. That's a song that was written in 1949 was made famous by the dubliners. Yep. And then the poems did it. That actually, that's the song. Now, that's referencing the old factories back in the sulfur sulfur England, I believe. Salford, south and England. And there's a lot of references to British terminology, Irish terminology. But actually, the Salford city football club uses that as their walk on song. It's a great tune. Yeah. Great tune. Actually, you know, talking about, I think we had the good fortune to see you two at the old Boston gardens on Saint Patrick's Day. And Larry Mullen, junior came out and saying that song, which was kind of different. And I have to admit that this probably good 50 or 60% of the audience that had no idea what he was doing. Yeah, yeah. But while I was overseas defending our country. Thank you for your service. Almost every episode we get the sob story about how you got screwed out of concerts from 1986 to 1989. Because you were defending my freedom. Oh yeah, Jack, Jack, you got to go see you two with the garden at 92. And then the bush with a patrol dog. Blah, blah, blah. Blah, blah, blah. That was patrolling the bush in the Philippines. With a land shock at the end of a 6 foot leash. Looking at looking at ghosts and look, I'm a bite something. Yeah, and goes, he goes, that's our ghost, all right. Hey, look, I have a real respect and appreciation for what you did, but come on, every other episode. Okay, give me another song. So. Here's another Irish band that probably not very well known for singing traditional Irish songs, but stiff little fingers. One of the great Irish and we talked about them last they were like the original Irish punk band. They were like right in the mix. If you have any appreciation for Green Day, listen to stiff little fingers and you realize how much they stole from that band. Yeah, well, that's why they suck Green Day. So can you stay on the Ramones too? Can you play a couple of seconds of alternative ulcer? All right, let's see. Let's see. The alternative ulcer. If you go to like Spotify, undoubtedly. Hey, hey, let me let me let me. I'm an Amazon guy. Amazon. I mean, I remember toting a gun in the Amazon while you were drinking booze..

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"larry mullen" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

12:58 min | 11 months ago

"larry mullen" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Right. And edge was you move because of your father's work, right? Yeah, my dad was an engineer who had a job in the electricity supply board in London. And then got a job in a company making electronics called plessy and they moved him to Dublin. He had a choice. It turns out moving to Manchester or Dublin. And he and my mom had this instinct that the Dublin job would make for a more fun life. And so they opted for that, which was brave, because they've never really been to Dublin before. They've been to the north of Ireland before but not stubborn. And new nobody, but they took the plunge and I'm internally grateful. So my mom was a teacher and like a junior school teacher. So growing up she was a great influence and told us all to read and always had a great respect for teachers at ever since. And my dad was the electronics expert around the household. So my brother and he were into wiring circuits and as a result of his interest in electronics, we actually made built an electric guitar from scratch, including wiring the pickups like hand wiring the pickups. So was that sort of House of lots of half deconstructed radios and all that kind of sealed. So they blew up the garden chant. I like to say that. There was a brief fascination. They weren't high explosive, but they were fun. They were like glorified fireworks, but we did blow up if you trash cans and yeah. Yeah. Well, Bono, you're not going to surprise our listeners and tell us you were actually born in France or something. Where are you from? Well, no, my mother and father both from inner city Dublin. Certainly the heart of the city. The only unusual thing was my mother was a Protestant and my father was a Catholic and nothing extraordinary there except in Ireland when I was born. It was pretty extraordinary. Because the country was on the verge of Civil War and it's inspired me to be very suspicious, both religion and politics to things that define my growing up. And yeah, my father was a post office. And I was he got me jobs at Boseman on a couple occasions, then he stopped asking because I wasn't very good one. As a teenager, working at Christmas delivering the post as the north side of Dublin and I met edge in mount temple comprehensive school, which was shouldn't be remarkable, but again, it was one of only two progressive schools in the country at that time non denominational and co education. There were girls and boys allowed to mix in Ireland at that time. And as if you know when you put girls and boys together, age 13 and 14 they'll fall in love immediately, which is indeed exactly what happened, and that's where I met my girlfriend Ali, who is now my wife. So and I joined you to the same certainly ten day period, but probably the same week. As I asked my girlfriend to go out with me. Well, let's talk about that key moment in time. I believe it's September 1976. And you guys both separately come upon this bulletin board notice did you two know each other before that? That moment, or was it really, I guess can you tell us what you saw in the bulletin board? Well, I actually heard about the bulletin board first from music teacher who did music lessons for our entire class, which really was mostly singing like choir kind of stuff. But he introduced me to renaissance music through this choir. And he his name was Albert Bradshaw. He knew that I played guitar. Somehow, I don't know, because I wasn't like broadcasting it, but he took me side after class when he said, hey, by the way, there's a note on the board I happen to know because another twos to tell me a guy who's got drums who's looking for a guitar player. So go drums. Wow. So I went and checked out the note, took down the address and whatever. And on the subject of whether I knew barna or Paul Houston as he was in those days, I'd known about Paul Houston before even went to temple through a friend who was in the same year. And he was trying to explain to me how fun it was to go to my temple and he mentioned this guy he was in class with Paul Houston who was, as he said, a lot of laughs. And yeah, I don't want to go into too much detail. There's probably all kinds of illegal activities involved. But so I knew reputationally before I met him in school, but we kind of seen each other on the corridor, but we weren't really friends before. Yeah, I was, I couldn't play the guitar very well, but I do remember trying to romance Ali playing George Harrison something in the way she moves me on just one string. And she was, wow, and I was showing, yeah, yeah, you could do this. This is how you do this. Anyone complains. And then I came across edge and that was a worry because he could actually play the guitar. And I noticed that she started paying a lot more attention to him than to me. But going back to the drums, drums were hard to find. Find some of who had drums. And in the case of Larry Mullen, junior had a mother who would drive around with the drums in the car. That was an impossible find. And then Adam Clayton was thrown out of a posh boarding school and ended up in our free school, our experimental school. And yeah, we all answered a bulletin board to be in a band and quickly we call it the hype. We would later live them to that name, but then changed it to YouTube. In case anyone would find out. And feedback at one point was well. Yeah, that was for the first couple of weeks. And that was reasons. That was the over overwhelming sound to be heard in our rehearsal. As the microphone is plugged into the guitar amp, because we had no other means of amplifying the vocal. But it's worth stopping any listeners who are not aware of free lessons who may not be aware of what punk rock men to us. And it was kind of years zero, you know. It was music stopped and for just a brief moment allowed people who perhaps were not musically literate or able edge was but certainly I wasn't to get on the bus. You know, you could get on the bus. All you need is an idea you need an attitude. And don't bore us take it to the chorus, was our only route here. And it is happening in hip hop later people can sample or the records at the sophistications of playing but not necessarily be at your fingertips coming from wherever. But punk you just had to know what you were saying and the ability or agility wasn't the first thing that was important very lucky for the young members of the U2 group. And minutes are such a stunning moment. And it's just worth remembering ideas sometimes over execution. It's not what they teach you when you go to a posh boarding school. Like Adam. But it is the truth. You know, it's like the idea is the thing that gets you through. And we built our band around friendship. We built our songs about trying to explain what was going on in our heads and in our hearts. Even if it wasn't cool. And we just went down that road together. Blindly. Just to quickly follow up on a couple things, the original group that showed up at Larry's house included edge's brother, right? That's right. He of the blowing up the SHAD variety. Yeah. My brother, my brother, Richard, known as dick was also a guitar player. In fact, picked up the electrics. In fact, picked up the guitar before me and the guitar that I learned the first open chords on was a guitar that my mom had bought my older brother secondhand cost a pound because this was before the Euro. And I told her it was the best pound she ever spent because my brother learned to play a guitar on that, but also I learned my first chords and learned to there was a group of friends down the road. We used to meet during the summer evenings and we would stay up just playing songs together and that was really the first entry into public music making and accompanying a singer and did the odd bit of sing. So but that all happened kind of very spontaneously because of my mom buying this guitar in a junk shop. What's amazing? Now, was it immediately clear to both of you that this group was clicking that you guys were liking each other that you could work well together or did that take some time? Mengele mania started with those that are very early age. Maybe that was me. No, I think all of us knew that we had something extra special. It just wasn't music. You know what I mean? And this thing, I also just thinking about it recently. You see, I think, again, as the punk rock thing, is that you know you're allowed in to make mistakes. You could be you could make a mess. You know, you could, it was cool in a way to be attuned and although when we thought we were really punk, once we played at a bar in town and I do remember somebody of like 25 people in the pub and one of them shouting up more punk in the monkeys. Which is very hurtful. Yeah, but we did feel, yeah. We felt we could we could go places, but battle was partly because we had in the sense to know how difficult that that would be. And with nothing else, honestly, that we could do. I mean, maybe edge could do something. I don't know. As you can do anything, I think Adam was the first person to take the band really seriously. He definitely was betting his life on this. There was no plan B I think Larry was even though he started the band was shocked by how seriously we all took it. And then, you know, stepped up as the proper rock and roll star that he is. And yeah. Well, so again, that bulletin board moment I guess is September 76. The first time I believe you guys start going by a U2 is march 78. Obvious questions I just have to ask for people out there who might be wondering why the name U2 and also how did you two wind up with sort of unconventional.

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"larry mullen" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

12:58 min | 11 months ago

"larry mullen" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Right. And edge was you move because of your father's work, right? Yeah, my dad was an engineer who had a job in the electricity supply board in London. And then got a job in a company making electronics called plessy and they moved him to Dublin. He had a choice. It turns out moving to Manchester or Dublin. And he and my mom had this instinct that the Dublin job would make for a more fun life. And so they opted for that, which was brave, because they've never really been to Dublin before. They've been to the north of Ireland before but not stubborn. And new nobody, but they took the plunge and I'm internally grateful. So my mom was a teacher and like a junior school teacher. So growing up she was a great influence and told us all to read and always had a great respect for teachers at ever since. And my dad was the electronics expert around the household. So my brother and he were into wiring circuits and as a result of his interest in electronics, we actually made built an electric guitar from scratch, including wiring the pickups like hand wiring the pickups. So was that sort of House of lots of half deconstructed radios and all that kind of sealed. So they blew up the garden chant. I like to say that. There was a brief fascination. They weren't high explosive, but they were fun. They were like glorified fireworks, but we did blow up if you trash cans and yeah. Yeah. Well, Bono, you're not going to surprise our listeners and tell us you were actually born in France or something. Where are you from? Well, no, my mother and father both from inner city Dublin. Certainly the heart of the city. The only unusual thing was my mother was a Protestant and my father was a Catholic and nothing extraordinary there except in Ireland when I was born. It was pretty extraordinary. Because the country was on the verge of Civil War and it's inspired me to be very suspicious, both religion and politics to things that define my growing up. And yeah, my father was a post office. And I was he got me jobs at Boseman on a couple occasions, then he stopped asking because I wasn't very good one. As a teenager, working at Christmas delivering the post as the north side of Dublin and I met edge in mount temple comprehensive school, which was shouldn't be remarkable, but again, it was one of only two progressive schools in the country at that time non denominational and co education. There were girls and boys allowed to mix in Ireland at that time. And as if you know when you put girls and boys together, age 13 and 14 they'll fall in love immediately, which is indeed exactly what happened, and that's where I met my girlfriend Ali, who is now my wife. So and I joined you to the same certainly ten day period, but probably the same week. As I asked my girlfriend to go out with me. Well, let's talk about that key moment in time. I believe it's September 1976. And you guys both separately come upon this bulletin board notice did you two know each other before that? That moment, or was it really, I guess can you tell us what you saw in the bulletin board? Well, I actually heard about the bulletin board first from music teacher who did music lessons for our entire class, which really was mostly singing like choir kind of stuff. But he introduced me to renaissance music through this choir. And he his name was Albert Bradshaw. He knew that I played guitar. Somehow, I don't know, because I wasn't like broadcasting it, but he took me side after class when he said, hey, by the way, there's a note on the board I happen to know because another twos to tell me a guy who's got drums who's looking for a guitar player. So go drums. Wow. So I went and checked out the note, took down the address and whatever. And on the subject of whether I knew barna or Paul Houston as he was in those days, I'd known about Paul Houston before even went to temple through a friend who was in the same year. And he was trying to explain to me how fun it was to go to my temple and he mentioned this guy he was in class with Paul Houston who was, as he said, a lot of laughs. And yeah, I don't want to go into too much detail. There's probably all kinds of illegal activities involved. But so I knew reputationally before I met him in school, but we kind of seen each other on the corridor, but we weren't really friends before. Yeah, I was, I couldn't play the guitar very well, but I do remember trying to romance Ali playing George Harrison something in the way she moves me on just one string. And she was, wow, and I was showing, yeah, yeah, you could do this. This is how you do this. Anyone complains. And then I came across edge and that was a worry because he could actually play the guitar. And I noticed that she started paying a lot more attention to him than to me. But going back to the drums, drums were hard to find. Find some of who had drums. And in the case of Larry Mullen, junior had a mother who would drive around with the drums in the car. That was an impossible find. And then Adam Clayton was thrown out of a posh boarding school and ended up in our free school, our experimental school. And yeah, we all answered a bulletin board to be in a band and quickly we call it the hype. We would later live them to that name, but then changed it to YouTube. In case anyone would find out. And feedback at one point was well. Yeah, that was for the first couple of weeks. And that was reasons. That was the over overwhelming sound to be heard in our rehearsal. As the microphone is plugged into the guitar amp, because we had no other means of amplifying the vocal. But it's worth stopping any listeners who are not aware of free lessons who may not be aware of what punk rock men to us. And it was kind of years zero, you know. It was music stopped and for just a brief moment allowed people who perhaps were not musically literate or able edge was but certainly I wasn't to get on the bus. You know, you could get on the bus. All you need is an idea you need an attitude. And don't bore us take it to the chorus, was our only route here. And it is happening in hip hop later people can sample or the records at the sophistications of playing but not necessarily be at your fingertips coming from wherever. But punk you just had to know what you were saying and the ability or agility wasn't the first thing that was important very lucky for the young members of the U2 group. And minutes are such a stunning moment. And it's just worth remembering ideas sometimes over execution. It's not what they teach you when you go to a posh boarding school. Like Adam. But it is the truth. You know, it's like the idea is the thing that gets you through. And we built our band around friendship. We built our songs about trying to explain what was going on in our heads and in our hearts. Even if it wasn't cool. And we just went down that road together. Blindly. Just to quickly follow up on a couple things, the original group that showed up at Larry's house included edge's brother, right? That's right. He of the blowing up the SHAD variety. Yeah. My brother, my brother, Richard, known as dick was also a guitar player. In fact, picked up the electrics. In fact, picked up the guitar before me and the guitar that I learned the first open chords on was a guitar that my mom had bought my older brother secondhand cost a pound because this was before the Euro. And I told her it was the best pound she ever spent because my brother learned to play a guitar on that, but also I learned my first chords and learned to there was a group of friends down the road. We used to meet during the summer evenings and we would stay up just playing songs together and that was really the first entry into public music making and accompanying a singer and did the odd bit of sing. So but that all happened kind of very spontaneously because of my mom buying this guitar in a junk shop. What's amazing? Now, was it immediately clear to both of you that this group was clicking that you guys were liking each other that you could work well together or did that take some time? Mengele mania started with those that are very early age. Maybe that was me. No, I think all of us knew that we had something extra special. It just wasn't music. You know what I mean? And this thing, I also just thinking about it recently. You see, I think, again, as the punk rock thing, is that you know you're allowed in to make mistakes. You could be you could make a mess. You know, you could, it was cool in a way to be attuned and although when we thought we were really punk, once we played at a bar in town and I do remember somebody of like 25 people in the pub and one of them shouting up more punk in the monkeys. Which is very hurtful. Yeah, but we did feel, yeah. We felt we could we could go places, but battle was partly because we had in the sense to know how difficult that that would be. And with nothing else, honestly, that we could do. I mean, maybe edge could do something. I don't know. As you can do anything, I think Adam was the first person to take the band really seriously. He definitely was betting his life on this. There was no plan B I think Larry was even though he started the band was shocked by how seriously we all took it. And then, you know, stepped up as the proper rock and roll star that he is. And yeah. Well, so again, that bulletin board moment I guess is September 76. The first time I believe you guys start going by a U2 is march 78. Obvious questions I just have to ask for people out there who might be wondering why the name U2 and also how did you two wind up with sort of unconventional.

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"larry mullen" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"larry mullen" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

"Eight ninety two. They played the zoo tv tour. Eighty seven they played wurster rhode island in foxborough. I'm not sure about that. Because the story i had was from my brother and he was there when it happened so and i was supposed to fly home. I was supposed to fly home for that concert. And then i was going to fly back to san antonio and they change the schedule. So and i remember that i remember i was i was. I was pissed. I couldn't make it have broke. Coppola rules by flyers still trading status. And i'm flying off the boston. But he said he was at the channel and they closed the place and he was going outside and said some kid. Some young kid was hanging around outside. My brother said hey you know. And the channel wasn't in the best part of town now and he's the kid said. U2's coming here. It's my brother's like you kidney. Says yeah so. He hangs out with the kid and he said about. I don't know fifteen minutes later. Twenty minutes later you hear these motorcycles driving through like you hear them coming up the pier and there's two motorcycles and a limo and tutu limos come up behind them and they pull up in front of the channel and The motorcycles are ravin and every everything parks and the to the two. Two two guys ride the motorcycle. Take the helmets off. It's larry mullen and bajo so you know what your your time line could absolutely be right. I mean you look at when they played treats on the so it very well could have so what you what you used to do in some other bands have done this as well as they views boston as their hub. Right so they would campout at the four seasons. Okay remember remember. Wurster is over. Fifty minutes from boston right. So so there's a very good chance that makes plan foxborough and then they came back to the channel in lucky. Your brother man. I would love to have been there so he said to him and my brother couldn't wait to tell me because back then it was all phone calls and letters because there was no face time and cell phones and he told me that he actually everyone kind of ran up to. There wasn't a lot of people hanging around and he said to them My brother said hey..

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"larry mullen" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"larry mullen" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Or something. So do we know who Hank Morris is? Heck, Morris is. Yeah, Absolutely. Yeah. You're asking the right guy here. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yes. Henry. Hank. Marjorie. Hank Morris. Yeah, he He's that guy Who did that Cuomo musicals. I recall. Yes, and he was a consultant, and he was He worked with a guy. He was a powerful no broken stroke. He was a power broker for the Cuomo administration, and Andrew Cuomo at one time, freaked him out when he grabbed both cheeks and pulled his nose to his nose bank. I love you, and, uh, Hanks Response was a song. I guess you know, Cuomo home aware, then when becomes spaghetti you down the lane and true Cuomo. Everything. Yeah, It's very odd, he says. The play is based on true events, but it's fictionalized version, so I don't get sued of his journey. Uh, he was prosecuted by Andrew Cuomo. Oh, that's what it is. Say. All right, this guy's got a beef. All right. I don't I don't know if I'm trusted his musical. It really doesn't sound like a musical. Anybody wants to see? I don't understand Why No, you Wow, wouldn't if you're really drunk, and you're just here and you know you look at the Cuomo the music What the hell? Let's go in there. Why not? Hell, I spent money on Spiderman, the musical that was awful. Awful. That was actually pretty smart of you. Because I feel like it was. It was such a small amount of people that got to see that original run of Spider Man musical. We're dying. Well, none of them died while I was there. So absolutely nothing interesting. Boring. That was the U two deal. Right? You to music was done for that. This is my theory about that. Because the music was terrible. There was one guitar piece that was like, okay, and they kept using it over and over. So this is this is what I think happened. I don't know this for a fact. I think that because it was bono and the edge that did it right. So Bono and the edge same four people in this band forever since they're in high school, right bottom on the edge, walk into whatever room that YouTube practices their next albums in and they say, Hey, guys, we're going to do musical. We're going to do Spiderman, the musical and then the other two guys, Adam Clayton Jr. Larry Mullen and Larry Mullen. They look at him and say, Well, you know you're not going to use any good. You two songs for that musical. You understand that, don't you? Because we're not going to allow you use anything good. And they said no, no, no. We're going to use all the crap all the crap that we're not going to actually record. We're gonna put it all together, and we're doing a musical about Spiderman and the other two people and you two said Okay, that's fine. And then Eric, you know is out $250. And completely bored out of his mind. Worst thing I've ever seen in my life. And that too, and nobody died. Right and nobody died. So I ever wished for anybody to die. What I'm saying is Had somebody died during that performance, at least something memorable would have happened during that 2.5. So, Eric, what you're saying is you would see it again. Absolutely 4.5 out of five stars. If five is most board you want another one. Uh, hey, proposition of some.

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"larry mullen" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"larry mullen" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"Detective meredith. That was your cue meredith. We just talked about this meredith. Oh lord you guys were doing this. Hey it's merit of pinky popeye. How 'bout that great. You just saved a nice. You just saved a big time bad news for you pat and you follow maybe. It's patent potty guys ball well fair enough you look patent suffering from internal bleeding There or he just ate a lot of beets and forgot to possibilities for that scenario. You brand new podcast. You guys are talking about starting podcasts. With us we're we're seventy five years into podcasting. Youtube started podcasting. What are brand new babies on your bringing. Fresh fresh meat audiences land. Hey everybody this is new. Look it's a couple that laughs and makes fun of each other new flesh. Just some guys sitting around a table talking about geek culture. We have a new podcast. It's called did you get my text because all we ever do is text each other all day long even if he's in the next room in fact ooh i just heard a little boy. That was my. That was my youngest child. Frankie yelling for my my middle child oskar for you know. Frankly hates me. Frankie's frankie's big catch phrases daddy. You're your -tupid daddy. You're -tupid jesse to pid is navy for beautiful. Oh back i should explain that. My children are not the the blue people from the movie avatar. You may remember the movie avatar. It's when you went to give you a headache halfway through like seventeen years ago and they're gonna come out the sequel anytime. yes so. The idea is james cameron given the given the success of the first avatar movie. James cameron decided to breed real life navy. My kids are currently four seven and nine so in about ten years. They'll be big enough for the screen and then James cameron is going to be releasing seventeen consecutive sequels. God most of them are going to be in the deep sea. Have you to learn anything about podcasting in your thoughts. Have you held buddies you. You're there veterans don't come to the newbies. I mean we're still working on the basics of getting him to put his earphones in and to make sure that. And what's the other thing. Turn off your fan. And what's the other thing. Turn on your recording device and what else so many goddamn before the show results nearly for in the background. Don't shoot into the mike you know your basic stuff back on his side. I'm working on it and you're on the meat and potatoes. Damn yeah pan usually just bangs. His grammy against the microscope. Larry mullen says hello. Bang bang bang. Incredible impression senate. We'll talk to. Larry larry there. We talked to hang on one second. do that. Classic thing that are react meeting did mid eighties would've a jack nicholson was produce working anything. It's me car cabot from okay on jordan. Jesse go we ask you to call in to some of our favorite long running segments on the program. I'm not going to list them all here. There's too many ideas that we have thought of through hard work and careful attention to the formatting of this program all we ask when you call us this just let us know which segment you're calling into the beginning Year someone. Who's calling into one high jordan jesse and possible guest. I'm gonna say. Carl hart close This casey from seattle. And i'm calling in for your recurring segments p thou- victims support group as reminded to call in by a recent episode and I was really troubling time. I used to work at mcdonald's and rural missouri and there was this farm on the way to work that had a peacock on it that loved to get out in the road and just stand there and it was a one lane you know one of those one lane country roads no difference on both sides. I couldn't drive around to get out and shoot all the time. I was late to work quite a few times. But there was one specific. One that sticks in my head to this day. I you know the birds there. I get out of the car. Try shoot off and it jumped onto. Who have of my ninety seven saturn. Sol to try to massive deuce. 'n just fran back off into the woods. Like some kind of shit spitting driving. I had to try to work after being completely to let it sit on my car. And then i couldn't wash and so i got back home and ternary stained the paint on this already trashy looking car to get off. Just thanks guys. Appreciate the privilege. Hate to admit this in this in this company. I don't know. I don't know what a dry at is so meredith. Could you explain that to me. What is it dry meredith. What is the dry. I'm assuming it's some sort of bird that looks like a peacock too it's it's a female. Would spirit patent looks really to train them. Jesus christ is it a bird that looks like a peacock nature schmear who lives in the trees and takes the form of a beautiful young woman riot where the spirit of the oak trees at the the name was later applied to all train them for cure. Okay because i had so basically. It's a hot. I mean. I think the regular laura acts is pretty hot. Are you saying there's a hotter laura. Yeah kind of. It's kinda judgy patent right. this is a hot laura. Oh i love the laura funnier funny. Thank you valerie like that. Just sit around. Do you sit around the dinner table making jokes and then your wife married says you. Oh honey you're that would be nice. There's more like well go. I will get on these rail. It's sometimes it's oh god. Sometimes it's i rolls and like okay. Stop all right okay. That was funny. Now stop stop now. And then he'll just putting it up you say one thing and then i say you're so clever. Okay now stop and then. I'm like seriously if you don't stop. I'm divorcing you. So stop now. Excuse okay step please. You really clever. No it's when you do a voice that i can't stand..

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"larry mullen" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"larry mullen" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Like a bandit stealing time, hon. The knee the sick of March train, stupid by the awesome Valentine's to My sweet love. It may be sure. Yeah, Tired is more I knew. See, I'm falling. Up with you were smelling full machine. Well, get some time. On this day in 1988 Take Playgirl magazine publishes their list of the 10 sexiest rockers her she wear ready for this. This is who Playgirl magazine was. Said, was the 10 sexiest rockers in 1988, George Michael L. L. Cool J. Bryan Ferry. Michael Hutchins, the lead singer of in excess, Richard Marx, John Cougar Mellencamp Market, Bret Michaels, Larry Mullen Jr of you to Robert Plant Room here and Terence Trent D'Arby. Do you say, Darby? Or do you say RB Vermont, but I was just curious because there is a apostrophe. You gotta figure it's there for some reason. Were Texas Municipal Police Association..

"larry mullen" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"larry mullen" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Cents a pack. What's the average price of a pack of cigarettes Zero federal tax though someone. There's gotta be fed tech yup. I don't know if i talk because you're the host. I don't have any information. I'm not you. Average across all states is six dollars. Ninety six cents so this guy couldn't get this anywhere. this guy couldn't get one. I wonder if the price of cigarettes is maybe gone up in the last ten years because of the popularity of this guy has not smoked in ten years and he's came out of a coma. I gotta i. I gotta get a cigarette. I mean that's when he put it that way. Yeah i'm i'm not mad at that guy. I met at the guy behind the counter. That's my he's my problem today but i think that's right. I think maybe maybe he was trying to be a decent person not to make that guy who's already obviously going through a tough time. Don't make him feel foolish for coming up with the five dollars. And he's managing expectations a little bit. Yeah but i wish. I was to away from that dude. If i was closer. I i may. I really felt bad for the guy. Because again the way i'd like your positive energy of what the guy behind the counter i was i was like fucking with the guy. And or why do you not know that. That's the lowest price. Also when you're waiting it's more like your inconveniencing seven people to placate one person. But i would. I have gone to three dollars. What i've gone three bucks to been. Why not. why not if you have. Threes single dollars aren't about to spend. Yeah yeah maybe go back over there. I feel like i can probably there. I mean you know it's one of those situations. I hope he finds it. He'll be finds what he's looking for you so you hope he's not a bano i hope he's not he's not did have a. I'm talking youtube t shirt on. I'm talking youtube. There's a good chance. he's a yeah there's Which one are you are. You larry mullen junior. Who's the other fellow the edge edge. And then there's There's the guy we can never remember the name of. But which guy did i talk to backstage for. I think you talk to. Larry larry mullins junior. I'm clayton clayton talked or is it adam. Cayton holland way. Who is the drummer in that outfit. That's adam mullins is the bass player anything so is that is the bassist. Oh i'm picturing okay. Larry mullen his irish drummer. Oh no no. I was picturing the. Yeah larry moans junior is the guy with the spiky hair handsome man. I will never tell you. I will never be thought that scott or adam scott where the wives which when you talk to which when we talked do does he talk. He talked to us like we were important. We could go back to the episode where you told the story and find out. I'm pretty sure it was larry. I think you're right the drummer and he's gotta know we're all looking over his shoulder right. He's got to know that there's some people who really want to talk to larry. I'm a casual youtube fan. Yeah so. I'm looking to talk to bottle i'm looking at larry knows that that's why treated you like royalty. Because i talked to you. Gimme gimme adam. Clayton honestly looks like that could be in the green room that you talked to him like a dad. He looks again. There's proof there's evidence of who i am. That's not a good picture. We can't even see. I don't think that's i'm going to say it's your guy who you said. It was larry mullins duties by guys. Four if we're doing sexy the city. I think that was my question. No which. I say you said you were him. I i think you're more of a clayton. I don't even know clayton. Think in terms of the dynamic in the room. You're obviously i got the two nondescript. We talked to you for twenty minutes yeah. That's that's an experience that i've had. Yeah that's you that's Here we go fair. Wow might have been him ask. Click on that at the picture goes. That's he's he's unrecognizable to me. And i just because of his age. He's found a picture of him from the eighties nineties. I would recognize them but that guy looks not used to look his co. vid looks i. Did you go crazy hair. He looks amazing. But if you if i try to say here he is. You guys will never recognize them. Oh good lord. It looks like a wizard. Looks like tom looks like tom. Kenny doing a sketch yes. He's playing. god. I'll go along with that. It looks great. Apologize to the viewer. I am unable to make that not be a giant baba apology accepted. We as he listener of this program. Wallace happening never a second time. I accept your apology. That worked well. Yeah you go. Yeah yeah he looks like a wizard as he looks like a mister show. Wizard character turned away from again. Don't turn towards me. It turns out turn it further away further away there. We go too much read. Four people happy that wonderful. Show happy for everybody. Who's a fifth of july as mad as you alluded to the gallivanting. We oliver danielle. And i went to the hollywood bowl last night and to see kool and the gang and the fireworks the fourth of july celebration and we were asked the whole time other than we actively eating. Use the terminology from the screen. And i will tell you this. It felt like a lot of people excited to be back in the world and to be appreciative of the world and the conductor was all positive energy about We're back it was only they were only your second night back. I believe they did the first night down the third of july and then Other than the fact that we sat in front of a woman who and remember this. I was drunk for years in bars. I this may have been the drunk. As i've ever seen human being where she would she she would go. She would try to would that mogo and if not for the bench in front of her. Which by the way was the bench we were on and would hit any in the back of the head. Every time she would've fallen over like she was behind. You yeah. I don't know i thought you said so. She should a would flop and her husband or boyfriend. Whoever it was equally as hammered and at one point daniel daniel sitter a couple of times. Back up a little bit. Could you please back up. Because she then was using the bench as her stabilizer stabiliser instead of just sitting down. I've been drunk. You don't want to be standing. I don't know why. She's insisting on on on partying with gordon. The gang sit down but we turned around at one point and oh at some point. There was controversy over. Who had the right seats. And i'm like please being the oxy's me their own. My god please in the rock seats they of course weren't other folks were which i felt bad for them because they had been there. They have their picnic. They did everything and then they're like. Oh we were in the shit. Why can't it be you too. And why or. Why can't the usher realize these should leave and get an and go home So anyway we turn at one point. I turned around to her. And i said could you please backup you. Keep hitting my wife. And she then continuing one time. I look back. I mean my space. So now she's passive aggressive drunk. And i catch the eye of a of a young lady who looks who looks over at me and i know what they just went through but she mouths and i know what they went through. I said youtube because the husband was holding them hostage in a way that the guy kept going understood dot it on trying to yes yes yes ending to end it. You're absolutely let's have a good time period. Stop it and the guy. So he's driving them not she's driving us nuts. Yeah in the meantime now..

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"larry mullen" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"larry mullen" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"To sound like i. There's another guy that guests on this record who's not only not from detroit. He's not even from the us. And i'm curious how larry mullen junior from to ended up playing drums on track. Where larry you know played all the drums on here. Normal brown the last album because bob bob just said he. I've never had a drummer. Ever that asked me to see the lyrics drummers. Just say what is the feel of. The song was pocket here. you know what. What are we going for. Larry would say. Let me see the lyrics. Because that's how he plays. He interprets the lyrics. That's what he does with you too and we went. Yeah okay great. And then bob just said for the song. Larry mullins and i went. Yeah great you know we call them. Honorary detroiters youtube was a was a pub ban. They were a great rock and roll pub band. They get a lot of alice. Cooper songs in the early days in the clubs in ireland. So you know. In fact the some of the shows even now they finished the show with schools out. You know so. It's it's there's a kindred spirit. their larynx great band. Larry just one of those great you can really tell it's him when he's flying he's got a certain style that just totally his and the record closes with a guy when you talk about detroit. There is no way you couldn't include something from him. And that's bob seger and you you you close the record with the seger tune. East side story not not a well-known seeger song. Not one of his head. Certainly. what's the origins of that alice. Well first of all. I was from the east side. I was from east detroit. You know and so. When i saw bob seger on his last tour and he came into play in phoenix. Great i mean. He had everything up there. He had orchestra. Es everything going up and told him. I said you know we have a lot in common. I florida both cross country runners. I didn't know he was across country. Run in school. I said and i'm doing song one of your songs. And he figured i was gonna get out of denver or some real rockford and song and i went doing east side story and he goes what like why and i said well first of all. I love the story. I loved the story line. And i can make that storyline. Come alive a different way than you did. And at the same time you know. I'm from the east side. That's my whole east detroit. This is my omen s with the songs about so it connected with me a whole bunch of ways and then when i listen to the lyrics said okay i've got to make this guy come alive and i've gotta make his girlfriend said no no. Don't go you know what the fact of course the guy gets killed it. It's a great rock and roll story and Button bob had an idea for how to make it different from his version. You know even though stone done. I'm the Doodoo it it was a story line kinda saw you know and i just said yeah. Let's do that. Let's let's do that song. Well i'll tell you it's a. It's a fantastic record. And i congratulate you. On detroit's stories is out now from alice. Cooper i know we have limited time so before i let you go obviously. All these artists are in the same boat. All looking for hoping for the opportunity to be able to play live. I'm sure you'd love to break some of this stuff out live with the band. There is some stuff starting to happen. There are some shows starting to pop up various festivals. And things like that. Where are you at with being able to go out and play live again. We can't wait to get back on stage. i mean between us vampires. Everybody sitting there going. Just give us the goal light. We're ready to go right now. Would they probably would do it without rehearsal. You know they've just let us go play. And i get that. I mean you really do suffer from a withdrawal from that adrenaline rush every night of getting on stage. I did that for fifty five years and all of a the rugs pulled out from under you any this year without being on stage and you kind of have to get used to that because you know the end of the day is the adrenaline rush. It's the high point of the day getting out in front of that audience and two weeks off is kind of a little bit. Gets a little bit edgy. A year off is something you have to really learn how to do. I mean i spend all my time writing spend all my time doing zooms getting in touch with everybody. How how are we going to do this. How are we going to do that. And everybody is just ready to play now. We just can't wait to get back on. Both both fans are designed to get back on the road so as soon as they give us the. I've already had kobe. And i've already had the two shots. So i'm like a walking antibody right now and i think i talked to england the other day i think half of the population of big is already inoculated. I mean by the time summer comes around. I think ninety percent of the planet gonna be inoculated. So why not do concerts show up. Show your inauguration thing. Yeah let's go. I think that's where we're headed for sure. And i actually just got my second shot. So i'm good to go as well. It's nice to feel that way. It's nice to feel like i mean such. It was such a relief to get that second shot and be like all right man now like what. What are we got. let's go. i'm ready to do it and same with me. I mean i don't. I'm not on the road. Nearly as much as a touring rock band. But i'm out there quite a bit and have been over the last ten years and all that stop for me too so itching and looking forward to doing some things and i feel the same way. I didn't realize that you had had cova though. How did you do with it. Where you where you really ill from it. I had it right at christmas right The end of november..

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"larry mullen" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

06:40 min | 2 years ago

"larry mullen" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Dude, I'm happy for you. But When they got down to the last person, and it was the guitarist from one of my favorite bands YouTube. I was overjoyed, way to go edge name of heads. I am going through Larry Mullen Jr out of the rain to win the Royal who, like who's second last, besides edge, like who did edge throw out to where it was actually a whole thing? It really pissed me off. They were really pissed me off because Randy ordinary well, first of all, there's a lot of beef behind between Randy Orton and Edge they feuded and had a match last year. WrestleMania Edge got hurt. Right after his big comeback, so he hasn't been around for nearly a year. So he whips Randy Orton his ass in the beginning of the Royal Rumble. They were like number one and two organs done his legs broken. He's gone to the back. Okay? Are you Listen, I hear you. Are you hearing me? I am coming back. He's going He's done is like an RKO. Anybody know? So then what do you know? It's the end of the damn match and edges the last man standing, and here comes Randy Orton. RKO out of nowhere. They had a little tussle back and forth. Luckily, edge Still, you know, he's still got the win, but you're not allowed to come back into the ring. Are you? These are the questions I'd like to ask is well He wasn't eliminated. Wrestling manages to To bust through that Kay Fehb like nothing I've ever experienced. I know it's not real. Yet When you tell me something like that. I'm so outraged by the breach of rules and protocol. If you want to be even more pissed off. Let me tell you this AJ styles. He's got this guy with him. Now He's like a 10 ft. Tall dude like a Virgil. Yes, Yes, He does happen to be a black guy as well. But he's like 10 ft. Tall, and he just started plucking people out of the ring and pulling them over the top rope from the outside and eliminating that seems Again. Unfair advantage. You eliminate someone when you're not even in the match. Seems unfair. May You may wanna humanitarianism process do it like we would. That golfer who won that event over the weekend that I was pissed off about? Didn't consult the rules guy? Yeah, you might be able to do something here. Put in a letter. W W he deserves just this is a W W parole. Yes, Thank you, Judah. Live alone. Who are you? Thanks for caring show. Oh, no problem. I wanna be interested. They said I really mean it means a lot and honestly, the royal rubble of all the well first I like the steel cage match your kids and then the world rumble. But then, once I heard there was a thing called Hell in a cell that intrigued me. But now I'm back to the royal rubble. It's just even if Daniel, my wife, who I know just appeases me with a wrestling there's a genuine interest. I see that there might be, but she actually loves the royal rumble. I mean, 30 men over the top. I mean, you know, one man left standing the main event at WrestleMania on the line. That's a hell of a moment. I don't care who you are no doubt to drive alive alone. Who are you? From the three time to me. Yeah, I am 3 to 1 where you had Cocoa beach. Yeah. Uh, Melbourne, where you I could try, though. Married island here in Tampa would have got my way over there eventually, like married Island. Ever been over to, you know, it's interesting. It's like, right right before the causeway going to Cocoa Beach. They got some cool little restaurants and shops. Little little out of the way. Almost beach town. I will say I have not been to Cocoa Beach enough or I mean, okay, we're talking. Just be quiet for a second. Uh, it's all right. Um, There's no reason we're talking about this with some friends yesterday. The western rooftop in Sarasota. Um there's no reason to go over there once you've been to the Sarasota Naples ST Pete Clearwater that side the East Coast. No offense to you, sir. The East Coast is just it Z dirty. It's him. You're looking to shredding are well. I mean, the New Yorkers get New Yorkers. It's not anyway. What can we do for you, sir? Oh, yeah, just calling about her. The guy talked a little while ago about Manson. Just tell him about a year and a half ago Out of the amphitheater was split, not war show ever seen in my life that was throwing full beer bottles into the crowd Hitting people within the police actually had to come out and stop in at one point. Tell him you can't throw a full beer bottles into the crowd of people like even an empty beer bottle. If it's a glass bottle, you're you're a dick for throwing that off the stage. Yeah, And he didn't even perform the whole time. Just what the background singers they're betting. And then when they did, the beautiful people is most popular song. They had to pull him off stage because he was so messed up beside himself kept their own bottles of the crowd and non people stuff like that. Just disgusting. Sorry that don't get me wrong. I want to. I want to go out and experience man for everything, but I don't wanna Oh, yeah, taking a class bottles, you know, right? Rather not have the require of an emergency because buying up in the emergency room and it's because I damn went toe Marilyn Manson. That's a bad reason to go to the emergency room, you know? Yeah. What do you have for me? So, why you here? No. Threw a beer bottle at me and hit me in the face. Thank you, man. Appreciate the call very much. Started disrespect Married Island, but Whole East Coast beaches from bureau. The only reason I even have mild interest in Cocoa Beach is over the years it seems to really become a hotbed for for the type of music I like like every time there's a there's like a park over there and cocoa and for a long time, that's where, like the slightly stupids of the world before it blew up in safety. They were always doing shows and cocoa, So I just figured maybe there was like a little scene over there as big as the reggae scene is over here. It was just this big, if not bigger, over in Melbourne, but they did Jamaican me crazy, and if they did have a concert they just played regulated, but almost Every month. It was a Pato bonds on yellow Man, the whalers and we would host him. So they put us up in the hotel. And like, oh, man, Those are some crazy parties Hang tight. I'd love to take your phone calls, whether they're about Marilyn Manson or Saved by the bell. Once again. If you're just joining us, I feel the need to reset people get in the out of their cars all the time. Dustin Diamond has to come. Stage four cancer. In his past. Treat that with the gravitas that it deserves, because, quite frankly, ah, lot of you grew up on saved by the bell into you. That's a That's a big death, right? A big show biz stuff. Yeah. I mean, I I really It's one of those things Like I said, he's become something that is you porn. Hey, Had you had a sex tape? I believe. Yeah, but he just was kind of not always been shown or held himself and in the best way over the past few years, So it's weird cause you think of that, But at the same time, like I said, when I think back, you know Saved by the bell was was important to me, Um, Social D tweet and said the most disgusting music artist ever was..

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Larry Mullen, Pat Allen and South Korea discussed on Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh

02:09 min | 5 years ago

Larry Mullen, Pat Allen and South Korea discussed on Rush Limbaugh

"Bad deal netanyahu claims the deal gives iran a clear path to nuclear arsenal secretary of state mike pompeo says the united states is open to a to stay solution to the israeli palestinian conflict if both parties agree punk peyot says peace between the israelis and palestinians remains a priority of the trump administration that caravan of immigrants trying to get into the us from mexico is being held up near san diego because there is no room for them correspondent kaitlan collins has repeatedly used this caravan as a means to justify his calls to build a border wall saying that us border laws are just too lax and he was even speaking about it at that rally in michigan on saturday night saying he might shut down the government in september if he doesn't get enough money for border security enough money for that border wall preparations underway for a summit between president trump and north korean leader kim jong hoon correspondent paula hancocks is in south korea hearing from the blue is that kim jong has said that he is going to close down shut down the north korean nuclear facility which is in poon gary this is the testing site where all six tests have been carried out and he said he's going to do that in may islamic state suicide bombers struck in afghanistan's capital killing at least twenty five people including nine journalists the second attack time to go after rescuers and reporters on wall street the dow is up about twenty points at this hour i'm mike moss from your breaking news station i'm pat allen this news brought to you by california closets simplify your life lukewarm chef ski is going to prison for fifteen years he's the man accused of killing cabdriver larry mullen last year mullin was found injured dismiss parking lot later died at the scene marschewski left the area but was eventually located at the dancing angled travel center off of interstate forty he pled no contest a second degree murder and under the terms of his plea deal faced fifteen years behind bars he will also have three years of probation once he is released vandals severely damaged nichols parked in a neighborhood near eighty sixth street and bridge south west over the weekend residents awoke saturday and sunday morning to find that the windshield of.

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Here are some of the threats made against EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt

Scott Stiegler

02:17 min | 5 years ago

Here are some of the threats made against EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt

"News station i'm larry molin break attorney general jeff sessions was in las cruces today to discuss border issues sessions spoke with sheriffs from departments near the border and called the situation at the border a crisis great nation cannot allow this lawless disgrace continue sheriff in israel know it's happening you know the nation deserves back sessions visit comes amid the deployment of national guard troops from texas new mexico and arizona to the border to help with immigration enforcement i'm clayton neville new mexico senator tom udall and other democrats are calling for the resignation of epa chief scott pruitt at a news conference today udall said pruitt has been responsible for ethical lapses and questionable spending i believe it's time for his imperial tenure in i will be introducing a sense of the senate resolution that he should resign or be removed for the good of the american people udal says pruitt has misused taxpayer dollars and let polluters off the hook house speaker paul ryan says after this year is over he's done with politics and they won't run for another term speaking on cnn ryan put aside speculation that he might run for president in the future i'm not going to run for president you know that's not my plan i'm not going to do that i really want to spend time doing the things that i just discussed doing i'm always going to advocate for the causes behalf but right now the last thing i'm thinking about is running for something the albuquerque bio park zoo has lost one of its male elephants but it's only a change in location samson a nineteen year old asian elephant is now at the oregon zoo in portland recognized worldwide for its asian elephant program the albuquerque bio bio park still has one asian elephant bull albert who samson's half brother samson was born in may of nineteen ninety eight and ontario canada and moved to the bio park zoo in two thousand and three eighty two degrees in albuquerque our next news update at five i'm larry mullen brinker ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy newsradio k k o b will take a few more calls on millennials and why they live in new mexico and why they don't and why new mexico is such a bad place for millennials to live at least according to a wallet hub survey back in one minute finding a good.

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Russia expels 60 U.S. diplomats, closes consulate in retaliation

Scott Stiegler

02:20 min | 5 years ago

Russia expels 60 U.S. diplomats, closes consulate in retaliation

"From your breaking news station i'm larry mullen break the us is responding to russia's decision to expel sixty americans from that country in response for the exact same move by the us earlier in the week correspondent phil black says russia doesn't believe they had any other choice the russian view is that this is the band minimum response it's a reasonable response to what you have done to us and justly but they've included a warning and that is that if other countries notably the united states do take further action against russia than russia will respond further as well employees of the city of santa fe or getting a reminder from new mayor alan webber he's telling them the city will continue to prohibit its employees from helping immigration and naturalization service investigators enforce immigration laws weber says no city resources will be used to identify or apprehend noncitizens solely on the basis of that person's immigration status the waste isolation pilot plant in south eastern new mexico resumed operations last year following a three year shutdown since then one hundred eighty shipments of radioactive waste of arrived at the facility they've come from los alamos national laboratory as well as installations in idaho texas tennessee in south carolina well you've no doubt noticed it a big jump in gas prices in new mexico triple eight mexico says the average statewide price went up ten cents in the past week to two fifty four a gallon albuquerque gas prices went up sixteen cents to two fifty one gallon daniel armbruster is with aaa new mexico most analysts anticipate that the prices are going to continue to rise when we reach mid april the price nationally will probably be two seventy right now it's at two sixty five aaa says on average motorist will now pay more than thirty five dollars to fill up a fourteen gallon tank sixty four degrees in albuquerque our next news update at six i'm larry molin franken ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy newsradio k k o b guns used for one purpose to kill other humans your lieutenant governor your governor candidate said that how do you react how do you respond this is jack from.

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Police investigate five homicides in six days

Scott Stiegler

00:30 sec | 5 years ago

Police investigate five homicides in six days

"Breaking news station i'm larry mullen brink albuquerque homicide detectives have yet another case on their hands a man was found dead today at the ikano lodge at coors and i laugh abc says that makes five murders over a sixday period in the duke city attack plan to stop homicide you can't separate the officers either crimes of passion crime in the moment drug deals gone bad no arrests have been made at any of the recent murders drove excess if there's anyone out there with information call crime stoppers at eight four three.

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