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Iman and Hel Do SNL: The Foo Fighters

 Iman once said he never wanted to plunge to his death more than the time he was forced to endure the Foo Fighters at Giants Stadium.  Me?  I think they're mindless fun.  I don't love them by any means and as for that Nirvana bit, they were all that and a bong of weed in my eyes so I have no sense of loyalty to Cobain's gone by.

I think Dave Grohl has the worlds biggest teeth though Iman may feel he resembles an odd sort of weasel…hmmm.

Regardless of our opinions as we prepared for tonight's SNL one thing was certain, we wouldn't see eye to eye.  Personally, was simply happy not to have to sit through yet another hip hop poser rapping bad ass ho dropping ear garbage and instead actually hear some middle of the road non confrontational rock and roll.  So this is how it goes down…

I love the swinging lights and for gods sake they all need a shower, perhaps they had too much time in Daves garage.
One things for sure these aren't kids these guys are looking pretty old. The cool thing is that  Grohl behaves like a little kid playing air guitar in his bedroom just plain having fun.  Whats wrong with that?  not much if you ask me.  I think the guys are fun and old and comfortable, like a good pair of Chuck Taylors.
Iman disagrees: "A crap riff on a crap song "Rope", with three guitar attacks, one by the great Pat Smear who can out play Grohl with both hands tied to ehis ears, and they all suck. A fucking horrible band. The second number is also new, more than a riff and relatively painless"
Fair to say, we have a difference of opinion here. Send your hatemail to iman not me.

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