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I want Dave Grohl’s Life

Complete Rock N Roll carte blanche gives the Foo the ability to do what ever the hell he wants. Is that Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones I see? Uh yeah it is!

Dave Grohl really does have the life. Nirvana and Foo Fighters aside, he has planted himself in such a position as to have complete carte blanche to do, in music, whatever he wants with whomever he wants.

First Probot and now Them Crooked Vultures (w/ Josh Homme (Queens of the Stone Age) and John Paul Jones (Led Zeppelin), Dave seems to be checking his childhood heroes of the proverbial shopping list and making some great and memorable music along the way.

But Check this link out from Wembley Stadium. Dave is met on stage by Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones for a little Rock n Roll.

Amazing!

By Frankenstylin

I'm Frank!- and to the point.
Whatcha see is what ya get, and I'm not Jakked, but I am well defined:

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*Frank!- [frangk] Pronunciation Key - Show IPA Pronunciation adjective, -er, -est, noun, verb
–adjective
1. direct and unreserved in speech; straightforward; sincere:
(The criticism of the judges at the Day Care Center's Art Show was frank, but absolutely fair.)
2. without inhibition or subterfuge; direct; undisguised:
(He made a frank appeal to his fiance to try it. Just once. C'mon once. Just to see what all the "fuss" is/was about.)
3. Pathology. unmistakable; clinically evident:
(frank blood.) I'm not touching that.
4. Archaic. liberal or generous. Yeah-your welcome.
5. Obsolete. free.

—Related forms
frank·a·ble, adjective
franker, noun

—Synonyms 1. unrestrained, free, bold, uninhibited. Frank, candid, open, outspoken imply a freedom and boldness in speaking. Frank is applied to one unreserved in expressing the truth and to one's real opinions and sentiments: a frank analysis of a personal problem. Candid suggests that one is sincere and truthful or impartial and fair in judgment, sometimes unpleasantly so: a candid expression of opinion. Open implies a lack of reserve or of concealment: open antagonism. Outspoken applies to a person who expresses himself or herself freely, even when this is inappropriate: an outspoken and unnecessary show of disapproval.
—Antonyms 1. restrained.
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