Unlocking The Truth: Malcolm Brickhouse & Jarad Dawkins Kriss Kross this isnt. Lock up your daughters, America: these sixth-grade metalheads from Flatbush, Brooklyn are on a mission to rock your socks off.
Break it down old school.
Groucho Marx sings Father's Day, 1951.
Groucho Marx sings a song from his childhood about fathers.
Written & Directed by: Rhett & Link Produced by: Stevie Wynne Levine Director of Photography: Benjamin Eck Editor: Benjamin Eck
Ramones - It's Alive (The Rainbow) 1977 From the double vinyl record (not complete set) 1- Blitzkrieg Bop 2 - I Wanna Be Well 3 - Glad to See You Go 4- You're Gonna Kill That Girl 5- Commando 6 - Havana Affair 7- Cretin Hop 8- Listen to My Heart 9 - I Don't Wanna Walk Around with You 10 - Pinhead 11- Do You Wanna Dance 12 - Now I Wanna be a Good Boy 13 - Now i want to Sniff Some Glue 14 - We're a Happy Family
The Political Chief of Hizb-e-Islami, one of the three main factions fighting Nato in Afghanistan, tells the Real News that his group has withdrawn from peace talks. But Dr Ghairat Baheer also warns that Afghan stakeholders must reach consensus before the US withdraws to avoid another civil war, and says the Taliban have softened their approach. Ghairat Baheer is a citizen of Afghanistan who was held by American forces in extrajudicial detention for over six years. The BBC News reported Pakistani officials took him into custody during a pre-dawn raid on his home in Islamabad on October 30, 2002. The BBC said no reason was offered for his apprehension, and that there were rumors US security officials participated in the raid. After his release in May 2008 Baheer asserted he had spent six months in the salt pit, one of the Central Intelligence Agency's network of clandestine interrogation centers. He spent the rest of his detention in the Bagram Theater Internment Facility in Afghanistan. According to the Associated Press Baheer is a medical doctor, a son-in-law of Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, the leader of the Hezbi Islami Gulbuddin militant group, and that he was captured with Gul Rahman, the only captive the CIA has acknowledged died in captivity. In 2010 Baheer was a member of the Hezbi Islami Gulbuddin peace delegation to peace talks. In an interview with the German news agency DPA Bahir said he spent most of his six years in captivity in chains, bombarded with disorienting music so loud his guards wore hearing protection. He said they were fed an inadequate quantity of food, and he lost 40 kilograms, and he still hadn't fully recovered his strength. In 2012 he served as the HiG's main negotiator with the United States.. From The Real News.
The cast of Mad Men dance to Daft Punk - Get Lucky (feat. Pharrell Williams)
On the Sept. 27, 2012 episode of the Late Show with David Letterman, the late-night host and rocker Neil Young talk about their shared love of Lionel trains.
Animaniacs Vol. 3 as a cold opening and segway between segments.
Read Full Blog on Dave's obsession with drums: A collection of clips of David Letterman asking drummers if their drums are rented. Also some guitars and French horns for good measure.
AEG CEO cites conflicting info on Jackson health; Mumford and Sons cancel Bonnaroo performance; Sting, Billy Joel, Elton John at Songwriters Hall. (June 14)
Sting, Foreigner and Aerosmith among the performers at the Songwriters Hall of Fame ceremony, where Elton John and Bernie Taupin win the Mercer Award and Sam Cooke's granddaughter accepts the Towering Song Award for 'A Change Is Gonna Come.' (June 14)
The Roots' drummer talks about his new book, the influence of Stevie Wonder, and his band's success on Late Night. From Time Magazine.
A James Brown performance from 1983.