That was the best show I've ever seen. I crapped my pants three times, but stayed on till the end to the dismay of many people in my general vicinity. I give it two thumbs way up. The show started off with some mean GG then a stupid ass comic came on, then No Eyes recovered the show with Nuclear Honey bringing it home...all the way home. Cant wait to see these guys again. Next time I'll be wearing depends.
Nuclear Honey is a band. Lincoln theater is a music venue. When these two things come together, it is comparable to all the world's great combos. Peas and carrots, click and clack, bonnie and clyde, chicken and honey, stars and stripes, dos and donts, front and back, up and down, thelma and louise, starsky and hutch, beans and rice, surf and turf, sugar and water, yams and syrup, jumps and jacks, rubber and the road, birds and worms, chicken and dumplings, turkey and dressing, coffee and cream, cookies and cream, chocolate and graham crackers, reading and glasses, volleyball and kneepads, and finally flossing your teeth and good dental hygiene. Nuclear Honey is like the result of sticking all the greatest world leaders, the worlds greatest musicians, the worlds greatest artists, the worlds greatest athletes, and all the worlds greatests chefs in one room, then dosing them all with a high dose of radiation to form the worlds greatest band. Kinda like what happened to peter parker and that spider that gave him all his super powers. When you add sidekicks, no eyes and george goodwin to the mix im all like what the fuck.
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