Tuesday, May 06, 2008

Remind Me Never To Listen To "The Cab"

Rolling Stone's Rock Daily blog has a list of the 5 bands that "broke out" at this year's Bamboozle Fest. Yeah, I didn't know it was going on either.

Anyway, here's what they had to say about the band The Cab:
Blurring the line between post-Fall Out Boy emo and late ’90s boy bands, the Cab’s high-energy pop is radio-ready.
Seriously, that sounds like it could be the absolute worst musical combination of all time. Mixing Fall Out Boy and Backstreet Boys? What genius came up with that one? And why didn't they throw a little G-Funk or Reggaeton into the mix for some crossover appeal as well?

For proof of just how bad it is, here's their new video.

And while I'm at it, here's some Cannibal Corpse.


At 12:13 PM, Anonymous Hunter said...

Lay off the Haterade, Steve, that Cab video was pretty tight. Seriously, though, I don't think it was any worse than most "punk rock" songs that are popular these days. I am troubled that we are now living in an era when putting Pete Wentz in your video gives you street cred, however.

At 9:48 PM, Blogger Steve said...

No 37-year old man should ever use the word "Haterade".

You just lost your right to wear a skullcap at shows.


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