Let's all take a moment of science:
What was the video they were all dressed in Star Trek uniforms ?
Man Im sad! I saw them several times back in the 90's. Great band. I had many good times listening to them.
I saw them in 1985/86 when they opened for Madonna RIP Bro
Paul's Boutique 1989 was their best Album Hey Ladddddiiiessss!!!!!
I was fresh outta Highschool
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Come on Cancer research...
Because you can't, you won't, and you don't stop
When you can't, you won't, and you don't stop
You know you can't, you won't, and you don't stop
MCA come and rock the Sure Shot"
Walked out this morning, don't believe what I saw... Hundred billion bottles washed up on the shore
Seems i'm not alone at being alone... Hundred billion castaways, looking for a home...
Talk about a group that grew musically from their first realease to their last. I remember i had to have their first release so bad. It was an awesome tape. They only had their voices though. They grew every single release they put out. They will always have a place in my music library. R.I.P MCA one bad mutha.
Been a fan a long long time, had the Cookie Puss EP on vinyl.
I had honestly forgotten that he was sick, so this comes as a bit of a shock to me.
Only ever saw them once, which is surprising to me as I was such a fan, and that was when they headlined the Lollapalooza in T.O./Barrie Ont., and as great as they were, I always wished I had seen them play at a smaller venue.
I once had tickets to see them play with Rollins Band, but something came up and I couldn't go, one of the saddest moments of my life seeing my friends pull out of my driveway to go see that show, and knowing I couldn't go.
Farewell to Mr. Yauch, he was a talented musician and a good person who brought a lot of attention to the struggles of the Tibetans.