I SWEAR TO MOTHERFUCKING HELL GOD FUCK
JORDAN JUST REFERENCED MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE THIS ISNT FUCKING OKAY IM NOT OKAY NONE OF THIS WAS EXPECTED OR ALLOWED I FEEL LIKE IVE BEEN G NOTED NONONONO THIS MOTHERSHITLOAD FUCKER BETTER FUCKING DEACTIVATE BECAUSE IM TIRED OF HIS BULLSHIT I FUCKING CANT NO.
It was the summer of 1996 when my asshole friend Keith and I would spend endless sweltering days playing Playstation in his basement or living room. Wipeout (1995) was the game that got me to purchase the system and thinking about it makes me feel like I’m back at his house again experiencing the kinsthesia of the then-new system. Wipeout XL (1996) was released very shortly thereafter and I ate that one up, too. What a game it was. It not only introduced me to the Designers Republic but also what was in store from the UK. (Psygnosis was the studio that created the futuristic racing series.) The Chemicals contributed two tracks to the in-game soundtrack and here’s one of them: an pulverizing high-voltage circuit-board that fitted nicely with the exciting do-or-die stakes of futuristic racing TDR-style. By the end of that year, the Chemicals broke out with “Setting Sun” which made it to radio and that current wave of electronics finally arrived with wild fanfare. It was only a matter of time before I started shopping for all Chemical Brothers’ singles and e.p.’s at my local Sam Goody, because with non-album tracks such as “Get Up On It Like This”, you just had to have everything.
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I want to thank you for posting the video of The Chemical Brothers where they're playing Swoon live. I've heard of them and I knew that Dylan listened to their music but never took the time to listen to their songs. For some reason, listening to that song made me emotional. Perhaps because I just thought about Dylan and how he wanted to see them live. Anyway, I just wanted to thank you and that I appreciate your blog very much. Much love to you!<3
Why, thank you. :)
In fact.. since I gave you a little sample of what that was like..
Here is the entire Chemical Brothers w/ Fat Boy Slim (opening act) concert that Devon and Dylan had made plans on April 17, 1999 to attend to see on July 17, 1999 - literally two months shy of Columbine and his death. I was unable to find the exact Red Rock full concert in high quality format but I lucked out finding their Woodstock, NY concert which took place 7 days after the Red Rocks concert on July 24, 1999. The quality is crystal clear and colors are beautiful. The footage looks almost like it could’ve been filmed just this year rather than ‘back in the day’ just two months after 4/20/99.
And when you watch it, the best way to experience it is on full screen or connected to your tv with vol turned way up and the lights out. You’ll get the full spirit of what Dylan enjoyed so much about it.. with the electro-techno sound and the repetitive, funk-drivin’ beats as well as the full-on sensory overload in visual effects. I’m sure the sound was even more amplified at Red Rocks Amphitheater with the sound bouncing off the rock canyon walls.
And just think, guys..this was the era of:
no smart phone devices !!!
Jus being present in the moment.. Listening, drinking, trippin’ and dancing to the rhythm of pure, dynamic high energy music that makes you high on life.. you could even imagine some spaz dancing with a Dyl, in his spirit. :)
Hope you’ll enjoy the full-on experience. Much <3 2 u 2.
Intro - 0:00
H Hey Boy Hey Girl - 2:45 Music: Response - 9:33
B Block Rockin’ Beats - 12:22 Song to the Siren - 17:06 Under the Influence - 18:46 It Doesn’t Matter - 22:45 Out of Control - 27:20 Got Glint? - 35:20 The Sunshine Underground - 41:24 Setting Sun - 52:37 (the Setting Sun tour was his red rainbow shirt) Chemical Beats - 59:23 Flashback - 1:09:10 The Private Psychedelic Reel - 1:17:45 Best Outro EVAR- 1:26:55
Happy 36th Birthday, Dylan Bennet Klebold. You would’ve been 36 today but you’re forever 17.. I hope you’re happy in the Halcyons. And I hope you’re finally at peace and in complete bliss.. something you longed for here on earth but couldn’t quite grasp it. I know you’re probably listening to some groovy chemical bro’s beats right now ;) Hehe. You are loved and remembered. It’s sad that you’re not here to celebrate though…