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yeah a few nights later i went to the taping of the late,late show with craig furguson too. it wasn't that bad he sat down and gave a pretty good interview. it seems he just did this to help out the bluegrass band who are doing it as a tribute kind of thing to VH, and david is actully only on three of the songs on the cd, it was cool live those guys can really play good s**t, but he still looked alittle over done in the grin dept. (maybe he just got botoxed)?
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Originally posted by robare99 You know for a guy who got SO many chicks back in the day, he seems like SUCH a flaming ****************ing homo.
Not that there's anything wrong with that.
Dude - the whole VH visual schtick (which was pretty much stock among the 80s hair bands) was remarkably fey even back then. The hair metallers were far closer to Queer Eye for the Straight Guy than many would care to admit. Take a casual look at promo shots from back then - it amuses me how High Camp it was (and, for the most part, totally unintentionally).
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The world's a Hell - what does it matter what happens in it?"
I liked the 'grass intrepretation and it was played incredibly well.
On the other hand, Roth just seems to be so out oblivious with that "naked drunk guy" grin on his yap. He didn't seem to have any connection at all with the musicians he was playing with. It was bizarre in that David Bowie/Bing Crosby/obviously misguided marketing ploy sort of way.
I think that the last time old Diamond Dave was anywhere near being instep with the rest of us was around the "Eat 'em and Smile" album.