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October 29th, 2010
06:18 AM ET
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  1. Terrence Nolan

    That was an Incredible Interview! CNN should have Arrested Development as their HOUSE BAND, (LOL) It would make the news that much more interesting. Thanks for the AD exposure!

    October 29, 2010 at 9:30 am |
  2. Kim

    Political Educational Polution In The Universe ! Administration Toxic Disruptions $ ! Smells like a skunk and cut the funk ! 10,000 plus students disrupted in NC. 800 students walk out in silent protest at Harding HS with CMS. It's going on all over the country ! Save Our Schools ! Music blasting via fire truck in the streets ! Stop closing our American Public School Buildings and using that bank rupting PL 107-110 NCLB to do it ! Educational Reformers headed off the policy mandate lost cliff ! "Funding Threatened For North Carolina Public Schools !" Play some Big Joe Turner....."Feelin Happy." Get that band to play Jackie Wilson.."Baby Work Out." Their version edition ? Read Senator Coburns.....PORK 101 "How Education Earmarks Schol Taxpayers" ! Tax payers direct deposit to the school buildings divided equally and get off our 14th Amendment. Secretary Of Education Duncan discrimination ? Oh yeah and in Chicago with CORE teachers for mass firings and school closings. CORE won law suit !" I smell a rat"....Big Mama Thorton to you !

    October 29, 2010 at 10:12 am |
  3. GinaMarie

    I agree Terrence, it was so refreshing to hear their music. That "Greener" song they performed sounds like it could be used in a commercial about the environment. Glad they stayed true to themselves and realized that Gangsta rap was not for them.

    October 29, 2010 at 10:33 am |
  4. ladyjray

    I totally agree- I was young when Tennessee and Mr. Wendel came out but it feels good to be able to jam to the new album. So glad that AD is still going STRONG (play on words very much so intended) and that "Waka Flaka" and Rick Ross aren't the only "hip hop" artist being exposed! Keep going AD!

    November 2, 2010 at 9:25 am |