It’s a tour of a different sort … an apology tour. Jack White is making the rounds, apologizing to everyone he’s talks smack against in recent interviews … and court hearings … and behind people’s backs … you know, he’s just clearing his conscience. The White Stripes founder and indi-rocker from Nashville is issuing apologies to The Black Keys, Meg White, Duffy, Lana Ray, Adele, and others. Jack made statements in divorce court that The Black Keys ripped off his music and he didn’t want his kids in the same school as the kids from The Black Keys’ members. He talked smack about Meg White, his former band mate, saying she didn’t know as much about music as he did and had a difficult personality. As for the others, well he said that Duffy, Lana Ray and Adele wouldn’t be where they are today without the likes of the late Amy Winehouse. He’s now saying that he wishes the best for everyone and they deserve whatever success they’ve earned.
Does anyone have a friggin’ cassette player anymore? Do they even make cassette tapes anymore? What the hell is Limp Bizkit doing releasing their new song “Endless Slaughter” on cassette? They must really not want anyone to listen to their music. Anyway, the band posted to Facebook that the song will be the first “experience” from the new album Stampede of the Disco Elephants available only on cassette at available only at Bizkit concerts.
Could there be a new Faith No More album in the works? IN a message from the group over the weekend, there was news that “the reunion thing was fun, but now it’s time to get a little creative.” With the Tweet was a pic of front man Mike Patton making a goofy face. Surely there will be more updates … we’ll keep you posted.
Hey! Stay tuned for more Tweets from Twats!!! The reunion thing was fun, but now it's time to get a little creative. pic.twitter.com/6RBFE7aHbd