I don't even know what to say. This is just unbelivable, i've known Tomek for more than 5 years, ever since he applied for Inferno. Even back then he was just insanely fast - i never thought he could even improve - yet he did improve to one of the best, maybe the best one among us.
Even though we have had our differences i have always been amazed about how far he could push the car and what kind of laptimes - especially in qualifying he has been able to put in.
It's just so tragic i can't even think clear right now. Rest in Peace Tomek, you will be missed!
I could not agree more. Despite the brilliance of the whole band and esp. MJK, they don't belong on a big stage. I can imagine this is be heated up in a club with <1000 people or in a theater or something. Live acustics amp'd up to mass audience isn't really what the songs can take.
Also unbelievably bad At The Drive-In, though being brilliant in studio, just disappointing live, sounds like a high-school punk band with a small garage amp.
Certainly a few bands below right up there, Rammstein definately, just always something new - mezmerizing shows and just goose bumps with every song, also sounding just great live.
Rolling Stones - Esp. Mick Jagger with movement, action and enthusiasm, not reached by many 20 year olds in their prime.
Only Band equal in ecstasy has probably been Queen w/ Mercury showboating at 100%.