Wear your heart on your sleeve (or lapel).
"While I'm generally up for anyone covering anything, and I applaud Carrabba's admiration of the album, the idea of his talentless and tattooed carcass running ham-fisted over these tracks makes me want to scream." Flagpole's Threats and Promises is less than enthralled at the prospect of Dashboard Confessional covering multiple songs from R.E.M.'s Automatic for the People for a limited edition CD/DVD.
"I think U2 tends to strike a note with clergy," Maynard was telling me the other day, fully aware of the bad pun. "One reason is that U2 sort of models a kind of thoughtful fresh engagement with spirituality, and they bring Christian themes to bear on contemporary issues in a way that we're always trying to teach our parishioners to do." The Chicago Sun-Times features Get Up Off Your Knees, collection of 32 sermons inspired by U2 songs, written by Protestant and Roman Catholic clergy and lay people.Posted by david on May 28, 2004