[JPL] And speaking of Justin Bieber

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Mon Feb 14 13:44:14 EST 2011


Mark agree with sensory overload does every performance have to loo like a video game?
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From: Mark Rini <mark at groovmarketing.com>
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Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2011 10:30:05 
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Ehh...guess we'll agree to disagree, Mike and I'm not saying he's Eric
Harland, I just find it refreshing when these pop stars get behind an
instrument and play... to any extent.

And compared to the sensory overload I felt from seeing GaGa and
Beiber/Usher, I thought Mars was a more memorable performance.

On Mon, Feb 14, 2011 at 10:17 AM, <s8nochaser at aol.com> wrote:

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>  Sorry Mark, the singing was awful, and the drumming was covered up by two
> kits in action and all the other noise, so the jury is out o that count.
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