“some of the bands i see talked about on here or pitchfork are all so efeminite and tender and nerdy,nirvana and guns n roses just went 4 the gut, they remind me of ‘pac. i love nirvana and think the are way better than any post punk, brit pop arty farty guardian reader type rock.” —so can we agree Nirvana were the greatest band of the last 30 years - Sound Opinions Message Board
“Last Action Hero” is something of a mess, but a frequently enjoyable one. It tries to be too many things to too many different kinds of audiences, the result being that it will probably confuse, and perhaps even alienate, the hard-core action fans who transformed “Terminator 2” into a box-office phenomenon. More sophisticated audiences are likely never to see the film’s occasionally funny gags at the expense of movies the action fans have never heard of. It’s to Mr. Schwarzenegger’s credit that “Last Action Hero” is the riskiest film he has ever made. If it succeeds at the box office, he may well run for public office. Icons of his stature get easily restless.” —
Written in 1993. Good call, Canby!
“Crosby and Nash were forced to leave the recording session because they had time constraints to complete their second album for ABC Records, so Stills and Young wiped their vocals, releasing it as The Stills-Young Band. Crosby & Nash vowed not to work with either Stills or Young again, that oath lasting not even a year as they reconvened with Stills for the second Crosby Stills & Nash album in 1977.” —Crosby & Nash - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia