I have to say I am firmly in the guitarist's camp on this one. I find it disrespectful and narcissistic of the kid to interrupt a performance so he can get a photo of himself, treating the artist as if he's a stage prop and the audience as if they're insignificant. You have to earn a spot on a stage.. A band works unbelievably hard and sacrifices so much to get too that position. Honestly

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I like Ultraviolence a lot. But it's not irresistible to me the way Born To Die was. The production on her new album just feels washy and forgettable. More ambient, earthy and real as opposed to crisp, in-your-face, modern, and dramatic like the album that made her famous. More to the point, it's tasteful and safe, and void of the dramatic and campy elements that made the old songs soar. Why did the critics unanimously

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'It was just revealed that YouTube was unprepared to deal with the popularity of Gangnam Style.  They never conceived that any video - music video or otherwise - could blow past a billion views.  Psy's hit currently stands at double that.  I mostly don't get its popularity, except that the video is really funny and weird, and my nephew loved singing Wop-wop-wop-wop.  Who knew that would practically break YouTube?  Is there a lesson in it

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