September 11, 2004
September 11, 2004 09:39 AM
Very cool Dave!
Posted by: Steve at September 11, 2004 09:44 AM
Posted by: theFreAk6767 at September 11, 2004 09:52 AM
i'm lighting a candle in the memory of those who lost their lifes there...
Posted by: Obvious at September 11, 2004 09:58 AM
i'm an australian, but i remember the shock i felt as i watched the news (live on tv in japan) on september 11, 2001. i remember the mailling me and all my friends did as we tried to piece together what the hell happened - the confusion and outrage and sadness.
now i'm not american, but i can imagine how devastating that day was for you all. my heart goes out to you. i guess this message is 3 years too late though..
anyway, all i'm saying is peace to you all.
Posted by: ooftymcgoofty at September 11, 2004 10:28 AM
Have you heard about the new world order? You might want to check it out and then think about the flag...
on a lighter note it will be awesome when you and CF plays in ny! thanks
Posted by: trevor at September 11, 2004 10:37 AM
"now i'm not american, but i can imagine how devastating that day was for you all. my heart goes out to you. i guess this message is 3 years too late though.."
That message is never too late...especialy to the people who are still effected by this today.
Posted by: Christina at September 11, 2004 10:38 AM
I'm not American either, but I do remember this day 3 years ago. I was in high school on spare and an unreliable kid I knew told me and I was just "yeah right, that's to horrible to happen."
Then we watched it on tv in the cafeteria. We were all in shock.
My prayers go out to everyone who lost someone and well, just everyone.
Posted by: Jen at September 11, 2004 10:38 AM
Posted by: Missy at September 11, 2004 11:08 AM
i just want to say that god bless everybody here and my
prayers to everyone who lost someone on the 9/11
love to everybody
Posted by: laura at September 11, 2004 11:12 AM
"Have you heard about the new world order? You might want to check it out and then think about the flag..."
Wtf, world order or not, there's no reason someone should not be allowed to show their patriotism.
Posted by: Sean McGeezer at September 11, 2004 11:18 AM
I think there's something wrong with me because I have no emotional attachment other towards all that 9/11 stuff, but... to me it's just a big gaping hole of negativity and I try to stay away from those. It's completely shit the lengths that people will go to, to "prove a point", wholly depressing... apart from making me even more cynical towards governmental shit it really didn't... do that much to me and I have a feeling that there's something wrong with me because of that. so, I guess, uh... all the best to the people that are still around.
Posted by: Sophia at September 11, 2004 11:33 AM
I guess we all remember where we were when we first heard. I remember being in the car with my friend Pam when we heard on the radio. We were going out shopping and every store clerk we talked to at the mall was freaking out and going "Have you heard??".
I'm not American either, btw.
Posted by: Chantelle at September 11, 2004 11:36 AM
That Flag should be up also for the 1000 kids who lost their lives in a far away desert. Thats getting close to half the people of the World Trade Centre, and still no Bin Laden.
Posted by: John at September 11, 2004 11:38 AM
Dave~I'm so pleased you're back, and that you had a great time in NYC.
The photo of you with Usher, you look excellent in it. Love the Fender!
~which should I drool over the Fender or Dave? Tell me people!
Go for balance right?
Has anyone noticed 911 is the emergency number in the USA, and the date of the tower disaster. Whoever did it, whatever theories there are or I have; I still feel for the people in the States. I saw it live and I used to live and work in NYC, and commute from NJ. I have family there still. I was in shock, and trying to phone people, then I was suddenly in tears, I couldn't get through.
These are real people so whoever said about New World Order, please just forget it for now at least.
Now where's the next clue? :D
Love and peace
Posted by: ylais at September 11, 2004 11:39 AM
A memorable day for all im sure
prays & love is all i can give
Posted by: Sandy B at September 11, 2004 12:06 PM
My thoughts and prayers go out to anyone who will be forced to sit at home and listen and watch tribute after tribute after tribute.
Posted by: Six7Six7 at September 11, 2004 12:23 PM
I was 7 months pregnant at the time this happened,I remember being at work,and someone next to me had heard it on the radio.The feeling of shock and grief,and yes anger that this could happen was overwhelming.Two days later the company I work for,and the company next door was targeted in a bomb threat,along with various other locations within New Hampshire,my only guess being that because the Portsmouth naval shipyard and the Seabrook power plant are close by,we could be likely targets on the east coast.I dont know about anyone else here,but its tought me some very valuable lessons,dont take anything for granted,live life to the fullest,love long and true, and be as happy as you can.
Posted by: nhmadness at September 11, 2004 12:26 PM
Very good statement, Dave. I hope that the Americans don't vote for Bush anymore, because he's creating more and more Bin Ladens.
Posted by: Lena at September 11, 2004 12:53 PM
My thought go out to all who has been affected by this great tragedy. I remember the day clearly and even though i am not american, i still feel disgusted by those attacks. I couldnt possibly imagine how it must feel.
Posted by: Christian at September 11, 2004 01:00 PM
Peace to all of you. Peace for the world.
Posted by: Navarrian at September 11, 2004 01:04 PM
Hello all. Been reading the community's thoughts for a while, decided to finally jump in so new to posting. I haven't met any of you but I feel I already know you. Forgive the long post. re 9/11 I worked in the Financial District in Boston, a directly targeted area within hours of the attacks, and I was an hour long commuter train ride from home. It was total gridlock & panic & people were coming to blows over the few remaining train seats. I never want to see that again. We know who did it, and every single day in the 3 yrs. since he has continued to gather followers and fund for more attacks. Six7Six7 is so right in one sense: I don't mind the tributes, but I mind that the responsible party is loose while we mourn. The "President" should've done better-he's had 3 yrs to get it right.
Posted by: Tex at September 11, 2004 01:05 PM
"They performed under the name Illuminotics (or Illuminoti) once or twice, just jamming out, bass and vocals only. Soon they changed their name to Jane's Addiction and Eric recruited his old friend, guitarist Chris Brinkman. They played a handful of gigs, including one show opening up for Gene Loves Jezebel at the Roxy in which Chris wore only underwear." (just before Dave joined)
Me hanging out backstage with Gene Loves Jezebel, circa 1985:
which one is me? :D
Posted by: ylais at September 11, 2004 01:12 PM
thanks for the show of support dave! i was in high school (a junior) when this happened...and my HS is just across the water from the area...and we watched the towers come down from our window in school...about two hours later...the dust was floating our way (i'm in long island by the way for high school)...it was very surreal...i remember they wouldn't let us watch any tv news clips...so we had no clue what was going on...and we're right near JFK...right in a flight path...it was very very...odd. it wasn't until the end of the day when one of my fav teachers (the one who really got me into jane's a few years earlier) stole a tv and plugged it in that we got to know it was a terrorist attack. very very surreal day...it still doesn't seem real.
so thank you for your show of support! god bless everyone here!
Posted by: blondimofo at September 11, 2004 01:28 PM
Hey Dave, nice rememberence. I will never forget that day. What were you doing when you first heard/saw what was happening?
Posted by: drumwhore at September 11, 2004 01:51 PM
Hey Dave, I have just got my hands on a bootleg of Jane's at the Hammersmtih Apollo from late last year. Just posting to say that you kick ass and also i was wondering if you plan to do anything with Camp Freddy in the UK? Stu
Posted by: Stu Robinson at September 11, 2004 02:16 PM
Its me - you know the guy with the hair!?
Well id like to say, i pray foy for the Families affected by 9/11.
Posted by: DAVE gEFOW at September 11, 2004 02:17 PM
Nice touch Dave, thank you.
There is nothing wrong with you Sophia...it is very hard to think about 9/11, but remember, we must also never forget.
Posted by: Cori at September 11, 2004 02:23 PM
Someone mentioned a Janes Addiction bootleg. I'm curious to know, Dave.. how do you feel about bootleg? Obviously, many artists feel strongly that it's theivery. I don't argue that, but as a fan, it's so hard to resist the bootleg temptation when you're hungry for whatever recording you can get. Just curious to know what your take is on it...
Posted by: Minuette at September 11, 2004 02:24 PM
as helpless as we all feel on these days like these- there is still yet somthing soo important that needs taking care of......
Posted by: Linkurg at September 11, 2004 02:24 PM
Hey Dave & fam
Hi guys my prayers are with you guys in the US on this tragic anniversary.
Peace and love
Posted by: Matt at September 11, 2004 02:35 PM
Hey Dave and Family...
I remember that day, where I was when it began and how the day unfolded. I had friends in the towers... friends next door at the Millennium... all of whom were injured but, thankfully, survived. And there were others I knew... some that worked at Windows on the World... some that were on that first plane... that didn't. There are precious few times in my life when I can remember truly being terrified (and pissed off at who did it, and even more pissed off that it wasn't stopped before it happened), and that day is at the very top of that list.
I agree with the earlier statement that the current administration needs to go... for many reasons... and I won't use this space for a lengthy rant, but yeah... we need to make that change.
Forgetting politics and patriotism and all that other stuff for just a moment... Just focusing on the human cost of that day...
I went to Ground Zero alone in March of last year when I was in NYC and just stood there quietly for a few minutes, remembering the last time I stood in that spot in 1999 and remembering what used to be where... and then that day. When you stand at Ground Zero and just think about those lives... it's just powerful beyond words... and it's still costing lives, yet we don't have the one that did this. He hasn't been brought to justice and may never be. Considering the continuing cost of life in this "War on Terrorism" vs the results thus far... something's just wrong with this picture, in my opinion.
Heh... and I wasn't gonna rant here... thanks for indulging me...
Much love and respect to Dave and the Family...
Tim/Panic Agent Nitewing
Posted by: Panic Agent Nitewing at September 11, 2004 02:38 PM
Peace Out people
Posted by: RecklessPrincess at September 11, 2004 02:38 PM
Thanks for the tribute.. as for politics I'm leaving it out of this reply because today shouldn't be about that.
I feel for anyone who has lost anyone in that attack or any of the previous terror attacks in the past decades. No one should have to go thru that.
Peace, love and good vibes to you all..
Posted by: Jesse at September 11, 2004 03:41 PM
Posted by: SnoWhite at September 11, 2004 03:58 PM
For the lost,there was no cause worth this.Fuck the New World Order,fuck all that...there was no cause for what happened.This is a terrible month,being the anniversary,Russia...
There is no cause,no excuse,no reason and no good in any of this.
Thank you Dave.
To any of you who lost someone,I extend my deepest sympathies.
For Lisa,three years.I'll see you again.
Posted by: Adam-Seth Tyler at September 11, 2004 04:16 PM
Thank you for putting up a beautiful flag!
I watched it all unfold while at work - I called my co-workers in and we watched for three days. The plane in PA wasn't far from here and crashed in a friends front yard . . . my job involves government work, and we were escorted off the premises as the planes were getting to take off to bring down flight 93. The planes never had to deploy.
Flight 93 flew over my house about 20 minutes before it crashed. Prayers to all survivors!
Posted by: Angel at September 11, 2004 04:29 PM
dave aca en la argentina son las 10:22, y te estoy escuchando en la 103.1, por internet,(god bless inet), sos un capo, y me gustaria saber si hay alguna forma de enterarme de todas las cosas que haces a traves de alguna lista de mail.
les mando saludos a todos, y suerte
Posted by: Francisco Rombini at September 11, 2004 06:24 PM
"My thoughts and prayers go out to anyone who will be forced to sit at home and listen and watch tribute after tribute after tribute.
oh man, you sure hit that one one the head!
anyone know where luiz is? WHERE ARE YOU DUDE?!?!?!
my thoughts go out to luiz, hope he's alright.
come back luiz,
Posted by: paperdove at September 11, 2004 06:31 PM
Are there fifty stars int the americn flag? sorry im a little wasted...itd 20 to 3 in the morn n us english like to binge drink dont u know.
catch u l8r dave,
a very english man
Posted by: Rob K at September 11, 2004 06:40 PM
God Bless America - another clue on Indie 103.1 - "Favorite Casino Game"
I got the first clue - still cant locate the clue on TPC - any helpers?? E Mail Me..
Posted by: billymcd at September 11, 2004 06:47 PM
9-11 was such an awakening...live in the moment and enjoy life to its fullest and thank whatever god you worship for giving you this life :)
Posted by: meena at September 11, 2004 06:57 PM
Cool Flag Dave, very patriotic,
Wow. 3 years. I still remember everything. Some kids in my classes were leaving early, and everyone was wondering what was going on. Finally, in like 7th period, we learned what was going on, a history teacher told me, and i was in shock. When i went home, i remember turning on the news and watching some of the video clips, i was in shock.
Posted by: Live Life 131 at September 11, 2004 07:53 PM
Thanks for the chat people!
Paperdove, was wondering where YOU were!
And Luiz seems to have taken a vacation
Love and peace to all
Posted by: RecklessPrincess at September 11, 2004 08:20 PM
Lest we forget
I live in Canada. I think every western nation felt the pain of the September 11 tagady. Canada though has forgotten it. Today there were festivals and sales everywhere. A couple years after September 11, Canadains are back to hating America and Americans. It is unfortunate that a tragady can only bring the world together. We pray for peace and when we have realitve peace we take it for granted.
I was wondering if you feel the Anti-American sentiment when you travel to other countries. Maybe because you are famous it probaly doesnt happen often. On my recent trip to the U.K the people there would think all Americans were cocky sons of bitches. Because i come from North America they would asume that about myself until i told them i wasn't American. After that they were fine with me.
Posted by: Shank at September 11, 2004 08:22 PM
Hey Dave...I just wanna say u had me cryin I laughed so hard during CFR..ah yea the Dave pimp music plays as you stroll into starbucks! I just wanted to say thank u for putting a smile on my face!!! 9-11 mornings are always a sad time for me, so thank u and all the peeps in the chat room, u's are truly fam to me no matter where in this crazy world u live, thanks to Dave for bringing us together!!!!! Peace n' luv to u n' the "fam"
Posted by: ceechica at September 11, 2004 08:35 PM
btw, has anybody been recording the CFR shows? i havent seen any archives, on indie1031.com or otherwise, so if there is one somewhere, could you post a link or something?
thanks in advance,
Posted by: paperdove at September 11, 2004 08:53 PM
I just wanted to say hi from Houston! Also, where can I get one of those awesome Panic Channel Tee's or a D.N. Tee????? By the way me and my 2yr old son love your music. Keep up the great work!
Posted by: Bianca at September 11, 2004 08:54 PM
Just curious on your views of the current administration. Are you a Democrate, Republican etc...?
Have you decided who you'll vote for this November?
Posted by: Blair at September 11, 2004 08:59 PM
Hey Dave and everyone else-
So, does anyone have a lead on these clues? I'm in Hollywood, CA so I'm anxiously awaiting any news of the secret show! Thanks
PS- Thanks for the $103 worth of cds Dave!
Posted by: classicgirl at September 11, 2004 09:11 PM
Congrats, Karin, I was listening to CFR tonight and heard you win your cds, I liked Garden State, but I have to say I dug Hero, I have a weird fascination with Jet Li. and,IMO, Chloe SAVED that movie, Gallo knows it. One more thing, that intro music, was too funny, I would like to have it on my cell phone
one year later, after 9/11..after my mom died, I conquered my fear of planes and tall buildings and went to NY, stayed in a hotel in Times Square, went to what was still left of original Ground Zero. I left lyrics there my friend had written, I left a copy there, on the subway, at the New York Public Library, in the stacks at Strand, and threw the rest from the 43rd floor of the Doubletree in Times Square. I wonder if anyone ever saw a copy. The title of the song was "Stupid" and I had put my friend's sig...muserkmusic...That was almost two years ago, he has since moved, but I guess I am thinking now, wouldn't it be great if someone remembers seeing a copy..
Posted by: jezebel at September 11, 2004 10:10 PM
Our hearts are with those who were lost.
much much love.
Posted by: Nora at September 11, 2004 10:54 PM
Hey sexy!! Missed you so very much!! Glad that your back. Peace and serinity to everyone on this tragic day.Feelings of loss and anger shall remain , only in our hearts we shall be humane. Together in harmony ,untill the end. Respectfully , Shawna
Posted by: shawna at September 11, 2004 11:53 PM
For those of you who haven't yet found thepanicchannel.com clue...Dave kind of dropped a subtle clue about it on the show today (very clever Dave)....He said if you haven't found it, "look at the source" ...if that doesn't ring any bells for you (as it wouldn't for me about a month ago!) ask someone you know who is familiar with computers...should probably help!
much love and it was GREAT to talk to you guys on CFR Dave
Posted by: Abby at September 11, 2004 11:59 PM
THE BROWN BUNNY, what's it about? it's about a lonely man who races motorcycles. he travels home back to LA after a race. along the way he meets 3 women, and quickly abandons them. the movie captures the loneliness involed in traveling from one coast to the other. it is shot in real time so you see what america really looks like from the road(first movie to capture this). Gallo has said he is ineterested in textures and concepts. the BJ scene at the end is an omage to 70's porn. the end is more than just the BJ, i don't want to ruin it. the ending brings it all together and is quite powerful. i have a theory that the 1st version of the film shown at canne was deliberate to gain attention from critics(free publicity?). Ebert now gives it a thumbs up. this film should be seen in a theater. great film!
Posted by: brown bunny at September 12, 2004 12:24 AM
First, it was nice talking to you Dave & Billy on the CFR the other nite, it was a really good chat about the Online Jam, and I really appreciated it. So the CyberSong is goin well, as Dave is really excited about it ( as for Billy, who expressed his huge respect toward what you guys been doing so far here! it is great! Keep on rocking!). So if I can process the vocals this week, I'll put online the new version of "ShooT", and Dave might air it soon on Indie 103.1 CFR...
If you want to listen to that constructive chat, there you go:
You'll also find the Mp3 of Abby & Pony from CFR too.
The whole show was recorded last nite, so no worries for those who didnt catch live.
Posted by: theFreAk6767 at September 12, 2004 12:41 AM
just wanted to say my love goes out to those in florida right now... i hope the bad wind doesnt blow down your home, and if it does, may the green grass grow.
ok i know that was lame, but in my own defense, it's 2:30 am for me.
Posted by: paperdove at September 12, 2004 01:32 AM
When I saw those kids walk away from Dragon Fly at 6510 Santa Monica I kne what a fucking asshole you truly are. You've never written one hit without the help of someone else. You suck and I knew you suck when I listened to you play at the Warfield when you struggle to keep up with Perkins and Perry. You're the weak link and I will bet the lot that you'll never write a hit. Perry is a genius and you're lucky you met him and Carmen can do a lot for you but she sure as hell can't write you any hits. You're pathetic for letting those kids run around in neighborhoods that they couldn't fight their way out of if something went wrong. You're a pathetic motherfucker and you better hope your sorry ass doesn't ever cross me because I'll tell you what a piece of shit you are to your face.
Posted by: Chris Pettiet at September 12, 2004 03:27 AM
Peace to everybody of the family here.
That day of 2001 changed the whole world and my thoughts go to the lost ones and their families.
But.......I would also love to remember the lost of Madrid ( March 11, 2004 ), all the innocent kids and teachers brutally murdered in ossezia only 10 days ago, all the soldiers died in Iraq ( americans, canadians, british, australian, polish, italians etc ), and all the people kidnapped in Iraq ( now they have the 2 Italian girls ).............
Peace to everybody.
Love to you Dave
( Rome )
Posted by: Alessia at September 12, 2004 04:26 AM
chris petiet, what are you on?! what an amazingly stupid rant!
take a chill pill. you're obviously upset about something.
Posted by: ooftymcgoofty at September 12, 2004 05:02 AM
We need peace, but surely there was lots of reasons why the attacks happend that day, I feel bad about those innocent lives but I feel the same about the innocent Iraqui lives, violence is not the way America or any other country or Bin Landen will change the world for better, you cant make the world a better place making a war, or through terrorism either, its just stupid...
Posted by: Vini at September 12, 2004 05:21 AM
Hey Dave, Ive seen Janes Addiction last year in London playing that spectacular gig in Covent Garden, u guys did 5 songs at the street, remember? Ive got it on dvd, its just wicked, I was just wandering if u would like to have it...
Posted by: Vini at September 12, 2004 05:29 AM
covent garden last year?
i was there too!
i didn't know the set was on dvd....where can i buy it?
love and peace to everybody
Posted by: Lisa at September 12, 2004 05:51 AM
Dave--thanks for the tribute. I live and work in NYC, and I watched the moms and dads read off names of every nationality, religion and ethnicity across the globe. I will watch it every year.
I don't care about politics, I care about people. Peace friends.
Posted by: Kevin at September 12, 2004 06:10 AM
check your mail.
Posted by: Obvious at September 12, 2004 07:47 AM
Good Morning Dave and Family!
Dave...will you be adding something to the cyber jam before airing it on CF next week?
Just curious....Happy Sunday to all and remember, if you've got Grandparents, call them and wish them a Happy Grandparents Day today...tell them you love them! :D
Posted by: Cori at September 12, 2004 08:15 AM
ok, got clue #3
but Clue #2??
where in the world is it? I think it is on Steve's site. But it's on the Panic Channel site?
Could we please confirm the # of clues so far? I want to be sure I haven't missed anything. I really want to go to this show.
Posted by: mortisha8 at September 12, 2004 08:24 AM
Maria view the source of the panic channel site.
clue is there.
Posted by: ylais at September 12, 2004 09:24 AM
I remember the day it happened. I turned on the BBC news and saw the horror. I pray that something like this never happens again. Its terrifying, whether you are in the US or in the UK as I am. I often travel to London and I am petrified that the Underground (like the Metro in NYC) will be targeted.
Posted by: julie at September 12, 2004 10:14 AM
I think I know Clue#2, am I allowed to post it?
I'm in NY, so there is no way I am getting to this show, just wanted to help you guys out.
Posted by: itanja at September 12, 2004 10:20 AM
got it, THANK YOU YLAIS!
I knew it was somewhere hidden like that but I couldn't get the browser to work but I restarted and it came up.
This has nothing to do with the show or this site or anything but I am a little pissed right now.
I'm online this morning at 10am sharp to get tickets to the Bridge School benefit next month, right? (also on the phone at the same time). I couldn't get through tickemaster.. something about "limited access at this time".. I try another website. They only had lawn left. Finally get through to ticketmaster, they only have lawn left. How in the world is somebody supposed to get good seats when the fricken scalpers grab all of them. Just go and check ebay... there are tons of seat tickets available there.. one is asking for $1,499!!
Oh well, at least i'm going, and I'm very greatful for that. Can't wait to rock it out on the lawn with my friends.
Posted by: Mortisha8 at September 12, 2004 10:48 AM
I know im a day late with this- but to everyone in NYC or to people affected closely by 9/11 my thoughts have been with you the past couple of days. I went to NYC in June and saw the Ground Zero site and it was a deeply upsetting experience even though i dont know anybody who died or was affected by it. I cant even begin to imagine what it would be like if i did.
redhotchilifoo PA 2588
Posted by: Georgina at September 12, 2004 10:57 AM
I was wonderiong Dave what is your religion? Also, are you sure you went traditional with the wedding? 'Cause I remember the "priestess" or whoever she was mentioning the five elements and the Goddess... *shrugs*
Posted by: Count Duckula at September 12, 2004 11:00 AM
thanx for writing!
peace to everybody
Posted by: Lisa at September 12, 2004 11:05 AM