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“Melbourne! We are finally here! Let’s do this!” After a 16-year, seemingly self-imposed Australian tour hiatus, Rivers Cuomo and his merry men finally made the pilgrimage back Down Under on their Memories world tour, which was billed as them performing a greatest hits set, as well as their career highlight the 1994 Blue Album in full.The band pulled us all into their time machine and took us for a journey back in time, making pit stops to visit key moments of their careers, commencing from 2010’s Hurley through to Weezer’s early days when in 1994 they dropped their debut album. Such an unashamed trip down memory lane could have taken many different routes.
If you were to look back at key moments in your life, how would you react? Would you laugh? Cry? Cringe? or be otherwise indifferent? All of these were possible reactions for the audience and band alike, as they looked back on the highs and lows of the band’s existence over the last two decades.
If you hadn’t spent your formative years swapping mixtapes (YES CASSETTES) with your mates, or watching hours of Rage until the early hours of Saturday and Sunday mornings, then the relevance or importance of Weezer and this long-awaited tour may well be lost on you. And if you have achieved none of these things over your childhood, the odds are you weren’t here to question their relevance or their motives for touring now, as opposed to intermittently throughout the peak of their career. Whatever their motivations may be, they only needed to look at the size of the crowd packed up to the hill of the Music Bowl to know that they had been seriously missed.
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See above...especially with "creative types" (film, music, art etc) of either gender ... see "Swimming with Sharks" and "Devil Wears Prada"?
And just as bad, if/when a kid does start earning a decent salary, there has been so little teaching by parnts/EDU system re budgeting, finance, inveting etc that they "live" WAY above their means on credit cards and are technically always broke! So ...oundly f'd up in (trying to) living at 25-30 as well or better than your parents at 55-65! And just keep expecting/taking. Some even have the rationale....well, it will come to me when they die anyway so why not give it to me now when I "need" it? There is NO thought that the parents may actually have needs, wants, desires, a LIFE themselves for which they have a right to ALL of their own money.
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Ace of Spades: Roach Gigz, 7 p.m. Friday; Fallrise, 6:30 p.m. Saturday; Action Item, 4:30 p.m. Sunday; Silvertstein, 6:30 p.m. Feb. 1; Nonpoint, 6 p.m. Feb. 5; The Wailers, 6:30 p.m. Feb. 6; Hot Water Music, 6:30 p.m. Feb. 7; Andre McMahon, 6:30 p.m. Feb.
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Entertainment calendar Jan. 11, 2013 — Fairfield Daily Republic
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