Monday, February 21, 2005

31 years young

today I'm 31, who thinks I am getting to old for this rap shit?



Back in University, I was a thug! Well, actually, I was listening to too much House of Pain.

mcenroe and Birdapres tour info coming soon!

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

WHIZZ THUG!!

rawbean said...

Happy Birthday again from your little sista!

How was the Macaroni Grill? What did you have?

You look so wee in your Student Card picture....awhh. You should post our Incredible Hulk shot from when we were in the single digits? No?

Anonymous said...

Heh, the first two House of Pain albums still find their way into my CD player with some frequency. What can I say? The beats are great, if a bit simple, and the lyrics are inane but fun. They get points for their attempt at posturing.

Also, it may be possible I've been listening to P&C for too long when I start dreaming about you guys. You see how I've resorted to making up US tour dates in my dreams because they so rarely happen? I know you and Birdapres are just itching to come to Seattle. It's only three hours. Come on. ;-)

mcenroe said...

you know someone in seattle who books shows and its a no-brainer. i love seattle and try to get down there a few times a year at least. went to a UofW football game a few months ago...

mcenroe said...

the third House of Pain is really good, much better than the second, the beats are really good.

Allan L. said...

Happy birthday, Rod! I turned 30 last month, myself. You're definitely an example of "getting better with age", no doubt.

Anonymous said...

hehe, I'm 29, I love your sound...because it's objectively really good!

thx for the music, hope to see you soon in belgium.Sport Billy

erik hustad said...

you know someone in seattle who books shows and its a no-brainer. i love seattle and try to get down there a few times a year at least.I'll look into booking. Not something I've ever done before, but I'm very familiar with the clubs that cater to hip-hop in Seattle.

the third House of Pain is really good, much better than the second, the beats are really good.I don't know what it was about the third that didn't appeal to me. Maybe I was just past my H.O.P. days. Didn't they also switch producers for the third one? From DJ Muggs to Sadat X, or something? I remember the sound being pretty different and I just didn't connect with it. I probably listen to "Same As It Ever Was" the most out of the three.

jhum said...

just one week behind you and i still have my U of M student card as well. you were a thug and i was a long hair... too funny