It was one of the first songs I remember learning the bass myself. I thought the bass line was so awesome, but the rest of the band hated it. They said it was to easy for them. I remember her trying to sing, and failing. I remember the guitar player trying to help her, and he was failing. So I stepped up and helped her, I remember telling her how to sing it, and she looked at me and said "You have a really awesome voice, you should sing". First time anyone said anything like that to me in the band. When she left the rest of the dudes started talking about wanting to add violins and pianos to compliment her voice. I pulled a major sass move, and said " I like punk music, if we go in a different that makes us alternative I dont want to be in the band". So make a long story short, they went that way..I quit the band and joined the Numbskulls 3 days later. First practice was with Brett and Dan in Bretts garage, they taught me how to play Casualties.
Well this post is supposed to be about Melissa Auf De Maur.Honestly when I saw the gold dust women video I thought she was a major fox. I totaly forgot about her untill I watched a new smashing pumpkins video and she plays with them.