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We had a tremendous time at the Ian Hunter concert last night. He was awesome, he played a great setlist, and the band was unbelievably tight. We weren't even the youngest ones there, which is cool, as it shows there are still people being introduced to Ian's music. There was actually a girl in her 20s directly behind us who was having too good a time, and was eventually escorted out by security for causing too much of a commotion, which was actually kind of welcome (she was kicking the backs of our seats pretty regularly), though it didn't seem very rock-and-roll to toss her for simple rowdiness. Any way, Ian Hunter rocks, and of course, so does Cleveland (three, four!).

Links: Thanks Ant and Mike Martinez and Acleacius.
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12. Re: Out of the Blue Oct 17, 2011, 07:59 Burrito of Peace
 
mag wrote on Oct 17, 2011, 00:27:
Ozmodan wrote on Oct 16, 2011, 16:28:
Scifi list is fail, no Philip K Dick? They did put in some really bad authors though like Stephen Donaldson. Just reading one of his books is enough to give up reading forever.

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep is featured.

Stephen Donaldson's books can be painful to read, but there's something to them.

They also had Dan Simmons' Hyperion on it, which I was surprised to see. I enjoyed the book tremendously, even though it was Canterbury Tales in Space.
 
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