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All of the songs on A Poet's Life were given away free to fans willing to participate in an online scavenger hunt, tracking down the MP3s on various blogs and websites at least a month before the album's release.Although everything contained on the album was fantastically freebied out to fans as Armstrong's own personal "thank you", those who ran out and purchased the disc were rewarded not only with ten new songs in a tangible format, but also an accompanying DVD featuring videos for each one of the new tracks.
On his first-ever solo album, A Poet's Life, Armstrong serves up a reggae- and ska-flavored punch, reinventing himself as a punk Robin Hood.Fresh off their third season renewal, the cast and producers of CBS’s Scorpion made their Wonder Con debut in Los Angeles for this year’s pop culture extravaganza.After their panel, they joined us for a roundtable interview to chat about the direction of the show, touching specifically on the romantic aspects of the show and even bringing up the possibility of incorporating musical elements to its already entertaining premise.While his penchant for Caribbean-tinged punk never quite abandoned Armstrong -- some of Rancid's biggest hits like "Time Bomb" and "Ruby Soho" bearing a strong essence of ska in their composition -- most of the tracks on his solo album beef up the reggae quotient even more.It would appear that Tim Armstrong seems to be vying for candidacy as the Second Coming of Joe Strummer.Once upon a time, before Tim Armstrong and his Rancid cohorts swaggered out of the Berkeley punk scene, there was Operation Ivy.
One of the most influential bands in terms of bringing ska to the forefront of the underground punk music scene and eventually to the mainstream during the late '80s and early '90s, Armstrong references his former outfit on the disc's autobiographical tune, "Among the Dead", with lines like "1987 in the East Bay / Cold as hell, it's the middle of summer / Me and Jesse and Matt and / Dave Mello, he was the drummer".
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Producers Nick Santora and Nicholas Wootton along with cast members Ari Stidham, Eddie Kaye Thomas, and Robert Patrick shared with us some tidbits about what’s in store for Scorpion for the remainder of Season 2.
Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong and Rancid and Operation Ivy's Tim Armstrong may not actually have any familial ties, but the two musicians are nevertheless coming together to form a new band with their own surnames.
A notable, and extremely fun exception to that is "Into Action", which paddles out with a surf guitar ride, straight out of '50s and '60s beach movies.