Friday, February 25, 2005

All The Small Things
After a few days of "Did they or didn't they?" we now know that the members of Blink 182 have no set plan for working together again. Whatever that means.

If there truly is a just and well-meaning God, he surely will smite Mark, Travis and, uh, the other guy should they even consider getting back together. Not because they were a particularly offensive pop-punk trio, but because THE WORLD NEEDS FEWER BANDS. Seriously. Nobody breaks up anymore. Or at least stays broke.

Name a band. They're probably still together. Unless they're the Jayhawks. Par example...

Oasis: New album later this year
Backstreet Boys: Back on tour
Harvey Danger: Working on a new album
Hall & Oates: Touring Japan. (And they've got a blog!)
Third Eye Blind: Apparently still alive.
Jesus Jones: New record last year.
The Wallflowers: New album in May.
Slint: Reformed.
Def Leppard: Covers album coming soon.
Smash Mouth: At work on new album.
Goo Goo Dolls: Just performed at the NBA All-Star game.
Crash Test Dummies: Released an album this past October.
Martha & The Muffins: Resurrected.
Fastball: New album last summer.
Garbage: First album in four years arrives in April.
Gang of Four: Back on the road.
Spin Doctors: Making new album, touring UK.
Cream: Four-nights only.
Dog's Eye View: New album this year (And they've got a blog!).
Cocteau Twins: Back together for Coachella.

And let's not forget Duran Duran, Tears for Fears, the Black Crowes, Motley Crue and even Alice in Chains. And nearly Pavement.

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