Fistfight in the Parking Lot

Bad Religion will celebrate its 30th anniversary this year.

Also turning 30 this year: CNN.

Bad Religion pre-dates Magnum, P.I.

When Bad Religion formed, Israel did not have colour television.

Ric Flair was a 0-time world champion.

Streetlight Manifesto will release its long-gestating covers album, 99 Songs of Revolution, on March 16.

Confirmed songs:
» "Hell" (Squirrel Nut Zippers)
» "Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard" (Paul Simon)
» "Linoleum" (NOFX)
» "Birds Fly Away" (Mason Jennings)
» "Such Great Heights" (The Postal Service)
» "Red Rubber Ball" (The Cyrkle)
» "Punk Rock Girl" (The Dead Milkmen)
» "Country House" (Blur)
» "Skyscraper" (Bad Religion)
» "Troubadour" (Louis Jordan)

Ska "Country House"? That's a bingo! I can hear it in my head. Increase the tempo…

If you were to sit down and listen to every officially released song by the Beatles, you would be finished in under ten hours. [source]

I nominate Daft Punk and The Who's stage and lighting designers for Super Bowl XLV halftime.

Artist Craig Gleason's Lady Gaga bills are fucking genius.
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