Tell Us How You Really Feel About American Idol, Dave Grohl

By Travis March 26, 2013 @ 11:00 AM

Ratings for the 12th season of American Idol, for the lack of a nicer term, suck whale balls and they have dropped almost every week since the debut. Last week, the show’s ratings were down 33% from the same time last year, so it’s safe to say that people are growing tired of Nicki Minaj lecturing drama club kids about talent. Or maybe they’re just tired of talent shows like The Voice or X Factor in general, but either way it seems that Dave Grohl is once again the voice of reason in an otherwise autotuned world.

“I think people should feel encouraged to be themselves. That’s what bums me out about those shows where people are judged so harshly by fucking musicians that hardly even play an instrument on their own fucking albums. It makes me really mad.”

He added: “I swear to God, if my daughter walked up onstage and sang her heart out and some fucking billionaire looked at her and said, ‘No, I’m sorry you’re not any good,’ I’d fucking throttle that person, I swear to God. Who the fuck are you to say what’s good or bad?”

Grohl also reckons the shows homogenise music so that “everyone sounds like fucking Christina Aguilera.” The Foo Fighters singer added: “The next time someone says you’re not a good singer say: ‘Fuck You’. I interviewed Neil Young and he said in his band someone said to him: ‘The band’s really great, but honestly you shouldn’t be the singer.’ If Neil Young had listened to that person then we wouldn’t have had any Neil Young.” (NME)

Can anyone even name the last five people who won on American Idol? Hell, the last three people? At least other countries are still trying to make their versions of American Idol relevant. Like, the Czech Republic, for instance. Last week, they had 19-year old pop singer Ewa Farna on, and she looks a hell of a lot more interesting than these Season 12 finalists. I can’t quite put my finger on it, but that Ewa Farna just grabs my attention.

(Photo Credits: Getty)

Paul McCartney reuinited Nirvana, Courtney Love complained

By brendon December 13, 2012 @ 7:18 PM

It shouldn’t be surprising that Paul Mccartney fucking killed it last night when he filled in for Kurt Cobain and played with Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic, and Pat Smear, the 3 surviving members of Nirvana who haven’t played together in 20 years, at the concert for Hurricane Sandy relief at Madison Square Garden, but it is. HE’S FUCKING 70. And they were great. Courtney Love complained about of course, but fuck her. Can’t we just kill her and replace her with some drifter from the train tracks? It’s hard to imagine that anyone would even notice.

Dave Grohl: “you shouldn’t have to do f**king Glee.”

By brendon March 18, 2011 @ 1:45 PM

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Glee is a huge success by any measure, but that doesn’t mean everyone wants to be a part of it. Slash was the first to reject the idea of using his music for a Guns and Roses episode, then Kings of Leon did the same, and in both cases co-creator Ryan Murphy got into a public, profanity laced shouting match.

And now Dave Grohl might be next.

“It’s every band’s right, you shouldn’t have to do f—ing Glee,” Grohl told THR. “And then the guy who created Glee is so offended that we’re not, like, begging to be on his f—ing show… f— that guy for thinking anybody and everybody should want to do Glee.”
“And it’s just like, Dude, maybe not everyone loves Glee. Me included.”

Um, I like Dave Grohl, and I know some people at Glee and I like them too, soo… umm… hey look, it’s a gorgeous Asian girl with big tits, my beloved Julri Waters. They should make a show about her. She could be a spy, like Nikita, and she could go undercover at a cheerleader camp. A cheerleader camp with a mystery, or a crime or whatever it is Nikita does. So she wears pigtails and those tiny shorts, but instead of guns and kicks and punches, she solves problems by kissing the other cheerleaders. In the shower. I would hope a non-violent approach like that could really be a positive influence for todays young people. Specifically the hot girls.