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NOW Magazine - Anniversary special - - Toronto Symphony Orchestra -

“When he isn’t fan­ta­siz­ing about sex, An­thony Kiedis gets all weepy and starts croon­ing like B.J. Thomas about how the city is his only friend and other sen­si­tive things.” – about the Red Hot Chili Pep­pers’ less than spicy Blood Sugar Sex Magik “Mer­rily stroking their un­cir­cum­cised gui­tars through a hard-rocking two-hours-plus set, they de­liv­ered the kind of show that makes them one of to­day’s big­gest bands.” – about Me­tal­lica live “For those won­der­ing if there could be any­thing duller than watch­ing a seated Shaun Ry­der whine about his kinky afro and scor­ing dope to canned back­ing tracks in per­for­mance – how about a dodgy live record­ing of it made in a soc­cer sta­dium?” – about old-school Manch­ester kids the Happy Mon­days “The mealy meat patty has ex­uded ugly, pur­ple foam – the sure sign of frozen meat that is grilled di­rectly from the freezer. It elim­i­nates the only de­cent es­cape one has, if one has for some rea­son been trapped in this mire. Down to the ice cream: how can any­one ruin store-bought ice cream? Ask Mr. Green­jeans.” – about the gim­micky tourist trap Mr. Green­jeans

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