June-02 2002 - Here's what we managed to save from the original MC-5 GUESTBOOK thanks to the temporary internet files of a friend's PC after all entries were deleted because of technical problems.
Apologies to our visitors. Thanks for visiting this site, enjoy & keep on testifying !
ASquare333 at MakeMyDay



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Dan- Pepster21@aol.com
26-05-2002 09:32:57
Saw the MC5 at Westfield High School in NJ but noone seems to know of this concert. I remember they did a great version of Let Me Try.

Aaron GOldberg- sunra@primus.com.au
21-05-2002 08:18:16
This is the fucken best!

Chris W- dollhouse_99
18-05-2002 21:37:38
Hello Francois how ya doing????? We´re in copenhagen, giged last night with the sewergroovies./Chris&Dollhouse

John Wiklanski- j.wiklanski@attbi.com
11-05-2002 21:16:26
MC5 Lives on

G.Evans- lost@nowhere.com
08-05-2002 23:35:14
Being a young blade of 34 I wasn't there to see or hear the brotherhood in the golden glow of a setting sixties sun. Sadly, I lost out on that glorious chapter in rock'n'roll, but at least I got to hear Britney Spears. The thrill is there brothers and sisters. She testifies, she truly does. Well, not really. She's shite, just like the rest of the manufactured crap we're force fed by shiteating, money spewing corporations running the music show these days. Such a shame. At least in the states you get some choice on the radio. We get a choice of dance, dance, dance ,dance and maybe dance on a friday. Feel the groove baby. Utter bollocks. Fine website. Keep up the good work and fly the flag friends. Sincerely Mr Lost & found I shall visit this site time and again. The sounds of the Five will be heard all over South Wales, UK one day!

RICK RIECKHOFF- rrieckhoff@homeinteriors.com
19-04-2002 22:47:47
Just wondering if anybody out there has an old copy of Creem magazine that featured an article on the Tartar field show with the five? I'm on the cover and would dearly love a copy of the rag. It's a picture of a guy playing air guitar,during the fives set of course, in a black kimono with a flaming dragon on it.I'd be willing to trade pix of the five or Sonics rendevouz for a copy. We do it because we have to! Rick

randwich- rrtoronto@yahoo.ca
18-04-2002 20:25:07
Can anyone verify this--the MC5 and Funkadelic had the same manager? I read this somewhere, and if there is a connection it makes sense to me. Both bands changed my life about 10 years ago when I first heard them. Freedom over form, passion and power over personna. EVERYBODY--call your local commercial classic rock stations and request the MC5...if we all do this the music will get heard and we will fix history. Also, the White Stripes deserve some for keeping up the Detroit Rock tradition.

Virgil (fro.) Flournoy- Virgilius16
18-04-2002 16:59:11
Don't Know much about the band but it looks cool I'm a fan of the presidents of the unite states of america. They have a song called Kick out the Jams, So I'm Guessing they got that from you. SO now I HAVE to get your CD kick out the jams

Jay Thomas- SCROTOBAGGINS@YAHOO.COM
18-04-2002 06:57:13
I was born in 1976 but I have become a huge fan of the MC5.I also dig the Stooges, Hawkwind, Gong, Syd Barrett,etc. Is it true that the MC5 played in '74 with Syd Barrett, his band was called Stars (Twink played drums), in Cambridge England. If anyone knows about this freaky show, I would be pleased to hear about it! Peace for now! Thanks for your time JAY

Thomas Kugler- tom8gem@1stnetusa.com
11-04-2002 06:03:26
Will you eventually add lyrics to the songs featured on your lyrics page which don't yet have them? I've always wanted to cover "Miss X" but can't make out the words. If not, please advise me where else to look. Thanks, -Tom K.

Aaron Duchan- alduchan@hotmail.com
21-03-2002 23:45:29
BROTHERS & SISTERS, I WANT TO TESTIFY, I want to touch upon something that has been bothering me for a while. You know, I've been feeling kind of sad, thinking about the fact that almost all of us MC5 fans who grew up in the late Sixties didn't REALLY (I mean R-E-A-L-L-Y) appreciate the band -- yes, we LOVED them, they were home town boys, they were part of us, rock 'n roll, drugs, and fucking in the streets, The White Panther And Other Assorted Freaked Out Youth Of The Times. They made us feel GOOOOD. But did we really think that they were a GREAT Rock 'n Roll band? Or did we buy the hype of the Rock critics, record companies, disk jockeys, and other long haired nouveau establishment types who thought that Rock 'n Roll was invented in England and that Clapton was GOD? Or that the overblown, exaggerated theatrics of Plant, Page, & Company was the last word in getting down with it and kicking out the jams? I think that you know the answer . . . and with that said, I want to apologize to Rob, Wayne, Fred, Dennis, & Michael, John Sinclair, Brother JC, and everyone else who were at one time or another part of the band's extended family. And to Rob, Wayne, Fred, Dennis, and Michael themselves, I want to simply say . . . thank you for the good times and thank you for the music . . .

juke joint jimmy- wavemanj@netscape.net
14-03-2002 05:47:29
yes yes yes , I want to testify.........I'll give you a testimonial THE MC5...........yes no, not the greatest, but very cool. nobody can open a show better than the 5.. yes, i got down with it at several shows. there was not a better show to be had... Brownsville Station, Iggy and the Stooges, and the MC5, what a great show I'd love to see one of those shows again, they were the best.........Juke Joint Jimmy Chili Cat Band

Aljosha Owen- aljoshaowen73@hotmail.com
12-03-2002 00:13:17
Hey Mike its me Aljosha

Tim- hurleymc5@comcast.net
10-03-2002 03:13:42
Brother Francois.....It started on 12th & Clairmount.......... :) Get it right son.

Aaron Duchan- alduchan@hotmail.com
06-03-2002 15:41:19
THE MC5 & STOOGES IN Jerusalem -- I walked into a local branch of Tower Records the other day (bought Jimmy Smith & Alice Coltrane disks)and what do I see right out there on the stacks -- the MC5's "The Big Bang!" and a disc by Iggy & the Stooges! It took over 30 years, but the total energy out in your face sound of the MC5 has made it to the Holy City.

Algy Suicide- algysiouxicide@aol.com
http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Bistro/5174/
03-03-2002 06:40:49
Kick Out The Jams MotherFuckers!!! 'Nuff said!

ludo du groupe Tomfool- jogg33@caramail.com
02-03-2002 22:36:06
salut! beau site dédié au meilleur groupe de rock'n' roll du monde! merci pour les textes des chansons et tout, c'est génial! pourquoi ne pas concsacrer une rubrique aux guitares qu'utilisaient wayne kramer et fred "sonic" smith ainsi que des commentaires sur leurs jeux respectifs ?? Ce serait vraiment passionant !!

Detroit Tim- hurleymc5@comcast.net
27-02-2002 09:01:19
Bro Francois, Congrats on Martin! Yes, we do give a damn. Now......wassup with the "Brothers and Sisters" version? KOTJMF!

Aaron Duchan- alduchan@hotmail.com
26-02-2002 23:03:06
Wow! this site just blows me away. 35 years after I first saw the 5, I still say they were one of the best live ROCK & ROLL bands ever to plug into a Marshall amp (not to mention one of the loudest -- you didn't just hear the 5 - you felt them in your gut!). Just reflecting on some of the bands that I saw at the time (mostly at the Gran-deee) Joplin rocked, her band stunk, Alvin Lee -- boring warp speed guitarist, The Band -- over-rated underpowered country shit kickers, The Stones(Cobo Hall) Mick did his shtick, acoustics were so so, overall a little TOO predicable, BB King & Lucille at the fairgrounds (was this when the 5 played the fairgounds? I don't remember) BB ROCKED, James Cotton (Chessmate), Jimmy ROCKED, the second Motown Review (1964? skipped school, $2.00 at the Fox Thee-ay-ter, me and my buddy the only white boys in the audience -- what can you say, Marvin Gay, the Temps, Miracles, Martha Reeves, Stevie Wonder -- the list goes on -- they all ROCKED, Bob Seger, the Rationals, Amboy Dukes -- good old home town boys, but for INDUSTRIAL STRENGTH XXX RATED ROCK & ROLL there was only Hendrix or the 5! I may be commiting Rock & Roll heresy here by mentioning the 5 and Hendrix together, but the 5 were one of the earliest groups to creatively harness distortion & feedback, they did some interesting experiments with "white noise" and the guitar equivalent of the upper register sqwauks and screeches of free Jazz saxophones. The 5 listened heavily to free Jazz (Coltrane, Ayler, Ornette Coleman, Sun Ra, etc.), loved R&B and blues, oozed SEX on stage, and had one of the HIGHEST ENERGY stage shows ever (topped only perhaps by JAMES BROWN). I don't care what you say, the parallels are there. True, they weren't P-R-E-T-T-Y, they were B-A-D, true, they weren't P-O-L-I-S-H-E-D, they were R-A-W & P-O-W-E-R-F-U-L. This was ROCK AND ROLL at its most immediate and best. Like the Motor City itself, unsophisticated, direct, exploding with the energy of a 1,000 factories .. . . Footnote to the above -- the band certainly was capable of polished, sophisticated work -- just listen to Skunk (Sonically Speaking) . . .
Last note -- when I was living in Detroit (1966 - 1970) they were APPROACHABLE as people. Little of the bullshit Rock & Roll star persona stuck to the 5. I was living near the Artist's Workshop and the 5'th Estate and used to see them frequently on the street. No big thing, they were just regular people . . . smoked dope with them once in their dressing room backstage at the Grande . . . Ultimately, the 5 failed to make it big nationally due to their politics (which were mine, as well), Nixon's paranoia, Sinclair's bust, the corporate co-opting of hippy America, and last, but not at all, least -- the 5 were NOT New York hip or California cool -- they were pure Urban Destructo Rust Belt Maniacs. To Wayne, Rob, Michael, Fred, and Dennis -- THANK YOU FOR THE GOOD TIMES & FOR THE MUSIC! Let it all BURN!

woody- GingerDeVille@hotmail.com
15-02-2002 18:27:37
i just stumbled onto mc5 after watching a show on vh1. WHAT A GREAT FUCKINGBAND! These guys are amazing. definitly one of the greatest bands of their era. I was wondering if anybody has guitar tabs or knows a link to a site with tabs for "ick Ot the Jams" thanks alot.

Dale- ddamore@attglobal.net
http://www.angelfire.com/myband2/guitararmy/
25-01-2002 03:04:37
Great site! MC-5 forever one of the great rock bands of all time!!! Its True..

federico- fedestooge@hotmail.com
23-01-2002 15:17:34
graaaaaaanndiiiiiiii!!!!!!!!1....dove posso trovare i testi da stampare????????????byebye*

Leonardo Valvassori- leonardovalvassori@sympatico.ca
09-01-2002 09:10:05
Great fun

Billy Csernits- bcsernits@yahoo.com
http://listen.to/give AND http://listen.to/godsmadelove
06-01-2002 09:19:11
This is UNBELEIVABLE!!!!! What a great JOB on your MC5 website. My name is Billy Csernits...I played with Mitch Ryder for 12 years( 1978 to 1990)... I now have a entertainment management company called "McZeus Ltd." Our 2 "Detroit Rock and Roll Groups are called...."Gods Made Love" and "G.I.V.E." The MC5 is the reason why I wanted to play rock and roll!!!! I saw them the first time when I was 13 yrs old. All I can say is THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU...Its so great to have anything.....(let alone all this) about the "5". write me ...any othe fans who share my love for the best Band of all Time

Chris Winter- dollhouse_99@hotmail.com
01-01-2002 17:08:32
The Mc5 makes me real happy !!!!!

LEE MALASPINA- MC5FAN@MSN.COM
19-12-2001 04:04:23
ALL I CAN SAY IS THE "SOUND THAT ABOUNDS AND RESOUNDS AND REBOUNDS" IS STILL GOING STRONG IN MY WORLD. I WANNA KEEP ON ROCKIN''TILL THE MORNING COMES! KOTJMF!!!!!!

Detroit Tim- rhurley35@home.com
11-12-2001 05:51:24
Special not to the foaming dog who wanted the poetic lyrics to "Come Together" It has the greatest opning line for a f... song ever written. "I am out......you are in.....let us form a link of moving rythmmmmmmm"....At least I think thats what Robyn sang. Correct me if I'm wrong Machine Gun.

tim- rhurley36@home.com
11-12-2001 05:45:54
OK, OK, sorry bout the rather rabid entry I made at my sisters house. Computer etiquete is not my forte'. Just got an e-mail from Brother Wayne. He's working on a new abum and will tour to promote it in the spring. KOTJM Godspeed

Jens-
26-11-2001 09:31:03
Ahhh.... Goddamn, this is the best MC5 site, I've ever seen...!! Keep up the good work! Cheers! Jens (Sweden)

Chris Ghiardi- Cggtr@aol.com
23-11-2001 07:35:09
Enjoyed your site very much.Back when I was junior high school age,an underground format AM radio station, the late WHMC in Gaithersburg,MD ,used to play the uncut version of "Kick Out the Jams".Talk about sonic imprinting.I loved all the LPs,including the great High Time.Went to school in A2 mid to late 70s and was exposed to Sonic's Rendezvous Band,Destroy All Monsters,Kramer's Kreamers and Gang War,etc.I play guitar and have happily nicked and been inspired by Fred Smith,Wayne Kramer and MD's great bass lines.Thanks for putting this great site together.By the way,my guess is that the Robert Gillespie who posted is the great Detroit guitar player who has worked with Mitch Ryder,Scott Morgan and Rob Tyner,etc.Greetings to the Hurley brothers who have helped keep the flame burning.Check out www.realomind.com for some great Detroit music.KOTJMF!!-Chris

Randy M Foley- rmfoley@ameritech.net
13-11-2001 10:44:04
The MC5 were one of my faves way back when, and still are! I saw them 15 times from 1969 to 1972 in Michigan and Ohio, and I met the band on a couple of occasions. And years later I would meet and become good friends with singer Rob Tyner's younger brother Dave! Turns out I knew more about Rob than his brother did! The Five were perhaps the most underrated and unappreciated of all the 60s rockers...

Rich-
11-11-2001 22:19:52
awesome website, and MC5 are one of the most amazing bands ever! Hurry up and get the lyrics to Come Together and Motor City is Burning on the site so I can find out what the hell Rob is singing! :)

barry- kennedys_brain_goo@yahoo.com
10-11-2001 14:00:02
great website man. im glad that people still like to get the mc5 noticed by more peopl today. for all the influence the mc5 had on music. bands like the deadkennedy, sprending the political word out.also getting it heard.it was a hard road for them, but they did their best... thanx MC5

MAKEMYDAY-
01-11-2001 01:41:43
HI DENNIS! GLAD TO HEAR FROM YOU. KEEP ON BRINGING TO US THE GOOD NEWS. WE'RE ALL LOOKING FORWARD TO LISTENING TO THE DANGEROUS "MACHINE GUN" AGAIN. YOU CAN ALSO EXPECT TO RECEIVE TONS OF MESSAGES AS FAR AS DTOMICH@msn.com IS YOUR RIGHT ADDRESS. STAY IN TUNE.KOTJ!!!

DENNIS"MACHINE GUN" THOMPSON MC5- DTOMICH@msn.com
31-10-2001 18:26:11
WHERE IS EVERYBODY. PLEASE IGNORE THE "IF YOU DARE COMMENT. I AM CURRENTLY RECORDING MY OWN FIRST RELEASE, AND I TRULY NEED YOUR IDEAS, COMMENTS,& FEEDBACK. ROUGH CUT OF MOVIE SUBMITTED TO SUNDANCE. PRIVATE SCREENING IN CHICAGO WAS A SMASHING SUCCESS!!! FROM NOW ON PLEASE E-MAIL ME AT DTOMICH@msn.com----AOL-DO NOT USE!!! WAITING. PEACE LOVE AND ROCK N' ROLL FOREVER! YOURS TRULY, DENNIS"MACHINE GUN" THOMPSON MC5---EXCELSIOR!

DENNIS "MACHINE GUN" THOMPSON- DENNISTOMICH@AOL.COM
26-10-2001 22:01:52
HELLO WORLD!! SINCE WE WERE ABOUT THIRTY YEARS AHEAD OF OUR TIME, I GOTS TA FIGURE THAT IT'S OKAY TODAY FOR ME TO FINALLY CATCH UP TO ALL YOU COMPUTIN' MUTHA F**KERS!! KICK OUT THE JAMS AND KEEP MOVIN'!! THE NET IS THE PEOPLES TRUE MEANS TO FREEDOM OF THOUGHT AND EXPRESSION. WRITE ME IF YA DARE... MMMMMCCCCC55555

DENNIS THOMPSON- DENNISTOMICH@AOL.COM
26-10-2001 11:01:00
HI FRIENDS! WRITE ME AND SAY HELLO. WE GOTS TO KICK 'EM OUT!!

Tim Hurley- DETROIT
20-10-2001 04:41:47
BY THE WAY, GREAT FUCKIN' WEBSITE! You have to bone up on your lyrics though, Fer instance, Verse 2, line 3 of "Baby Won't Ya'" is "Slidin' and glidin' as she PAST BY MY WINDOW....." The Black to Comm lyrics are missing the line about "Drop the Bomb" In KOTJ it's "with the frenzy" not leapin' frenzy. No attempt to split hairs here but hey! This is the gospel of the Motor Fucking City Five we're talking about, so don't be sacriligeous. Contact by brother Joe in Whitmore Lake MI. He knows every lyric to ever emanate from the oral orifice of Rob "Rensifier" Tyner. Ya know why? Because the Hurly Bros of Detroit are the most rabid dog fans the 5 ever had. Just ask Wayne. Keep up the good work!

Tim Hurley- DETROIT
20-10-2001 04:31:44
My previous testimonial was cut short by my kids....At any rate after losing my cherry at the fairgrounds, my next exposure was experiencing the 5 spread their sonic semen all over the old Olympia Arena at the Black Arts fesival. That's the night Wayne rolled backwards into Ted Nugent's amps who were stacked behind the Marshall Alter of the MC5. Another notable show was the HighTimes concert at the Palladium in Birmingham. Mike Davis actually danced during the rodkenest live version of "Baby Wn't Ya" that I ever heard. That night they rocked like a foaming motherfucker. Towards the end, the shows got a little tired. To much smack. However, one night in 71', they played at this downstairs bar in Mt. Clemons called, "The Frut Cellar". It was a rainy night, maybe only 25 people in the joint. They came out with nothing to lose. Did a killir rendition of "Louie Louie". "Thunder Express" gave me a woody. Tyner got all pumped and jumped up on a table to sing, kicking beers all over the place. When the 5 were pumpin' on all 8 cylinders, there was'nt a dry panty in the house. Kick em' Out!

Tim Hurley-
19-10-2001 22:08:46
My 1st exposure to the 5 was at the rock n' rollrevival at the state fairgrounds in '69. They were awsome.

Felipe (LIPAN) Zangrandi- hermeticos@bol.com.br
15-10-2001 21:08:39
Hi,I have all my life looking for a home-page with lyrics of MC5 and I never found it, but now the history will be diferent...I'm brazilian and like so much of MC5 when I discovered about the film of MC5 I go crazy man!!!! Thanks for all,and never forget "we're not the problem we're part of the solution....."KICK OUT THE JAMS LIPA

Marcus of Dollhouse-
12-10-2001 01:19:27
Hello Brothers and Sisters... just wanted to make sure that ya all had checked out the Dollhouse from Sweden. You Danish people have to come and see us at Lades oct 26 or at Ungdomshuset oct 27 (In Cobenhagen.)

Cédric- kapt_cavern@yahoo.fr
11-10-2001 00:47:08
fraNçais....on va dire que c'est la fatigue

Cédric- kapt_cavern@yahoo.fr
11-10-2001 00:42:34
Bravo ! Enfin un site digne de ce groupe ! Un FAN fraçais

Cisco Drake- ciscoduck@hotmail.com
19-09-2001 05:36:17
The Mc5 were the most ferocious rock and roll band the world has ever known. The power of their sound just sucked the air out of a concert hall then blew it right back in your face. To this day they remain unrivaled, unequaled, and unforgotten.

The Mashers- mashers2001@hotmail.com
http://www.geocities.com/mashitup
06-09-2001 02:12:50
The MC5 documentry will be the best thing since Jesus walked the earth! testify motherfuckers!!!

paul moreno- pdtm@aol.com
01-09-2001 02:33:03
the mc5 movie is going to be the greatest thing next to seeing this legendary band in person. i cant fucking wait.

tony mack- trmblue7@aol
31-08-2001 04:44:25
great stuff i hope it never ends greatest rock band of all time

tony mack- trmblue7@aol
31-08-2001 04:44:20
great stuff i hope it never ends greatest rock band of all time

rocky marino- manitoba59@aol.com
31-08-2001 04:39:15
i love the mc5 inever and i mean never get tired of talking about them

K. Salmivaara- kalle.salmivaara@koulu.kuusamo.fi
http://listen.to/monster.hemi
21-08-2001 10:27:57
Cool site!

rick-
20-08-2001 17:50:36

Murray- murrayramone@hotmail.com
http://website.lineone.net/~murrayramone/
12-07-2001 21:54:04
GREAT BAND, GREAT SITE, KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK !

Mart from the Ben Dovers-
09-07-2001 15:07:51
Excellent site! ´Mc5 ..probably thebest band inte the world!! bay won´t ya scratch my back!!

Morten Clod-Svensson- mccloud@get2net.dk
02-07-2001 12:54:14
YEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAH...MOTHERFUCKERS, its still fucking time to kick out the jams!!!!!!!!!!! Great site, thanks Best regards: MC

Sergio Garcia- ser_mc5@hotmail.com
19-06-2001 01:26:18
I love the MC5, and this site is fabulous for me. Thanks. KICK OUT THE JAMS MOTHERFUCKERS!!!!

Swedish Scum - bautakuk@hotmail.com
http://www.netcolony.com/entertainment/swescum/
15-06-2001 04:38:32
MC5 is true living legends. Both Dennis Thompson & Wayne Kramer did a 3 song session(as MC2) with GG Allin & the Jabbers back in January 1981. "Gimme Some Head"/"Dead or alive" was released the same year and today its a classic single. Not until last year was the 3rd song "Occupation" released on a EP (limited to 300#). Check my page for more interesting stuff. Thanks.

Lunkheadus- lunkheadus@yahoo.com
09-06-2001 07:10:15
Well cool to meet you all! Great to find this site! Ever since Lester Bangs tipped me off to MC5 way back when I have been a brother to the band and its message! Fuck government and eat me George Bush while I'm at it! haha I miss you more than a man should brother Rob and Fred! Is Wayne fucking kicking ass beyond belief or what? Way to fucking go Wayne! You rock rock rock! I have all MC5's stuff on LP and it is the proudest part of my vast LP collection. These guys were light years ahead their time. They did not just pave paths, they created jump points between universes! But hey, if anyone has not heard it follow what Wayne is doing! The torch burns brightly and he is taking it to the next level. Anyone seen him live lately? Fuck 'em all up and spit them out for all to see! Later

Marekus Boeddeker- 520012693136-0001@t-online.de
28-04-2001 19:27:12
Fantastic site. And a great information-source for one of the most soulful bands ever. Brothers and sisters: RESPECT!!!

tazzina sellout- tazzinasellout@rai.it
25-04-2001 02:39:30
I'm a testimonial: MC5 is the most revolutionary band that i ever seeen in my ffuckin lifee

Mark- mb7475@aol.com
20-04-2001 05:46:57
I remember the first time I heard "Kick out the Jams" 9th grade catholic high school, then later seeing the band play a free concert in Rouge Park, and later opening up for the 5 in Livonia in a band I was in. All highlights of my youth. I still play the two first albums on a regular basis, I play them for those that haven't heard them before, and they just don't get it. You really had to be there.

Aku- akuahoniemi@hotmail.com
09-04-2001 14:19:43
Brothers and Sisters! I`m ready to testify, This is the coolest fuckin site on the internet, Thank you! Kick `em out!

Finn WP.- finnwp@hotmail.com
05-04-2001 15:26:54
The so far untold story - just what the doctor ordered. YOU must choose brother. Peace & Anarchy

Cuba- 0225.12540@telia.com
24-03-2001 00:07:35
Gabba Gabba Hey! Fuck!!! This wesite most copenensive website website dedicated to MC 5 Thank you,Thank you

Dean Berry- dkbradio@hotmail.com
03-03-2001 23:11:32
Great website...Saw the mighty five at Tartar Field Detroit in 1970. My first concert ever! A great memory...Keep up the good work. Would love to meet you guys keeping the Detroit noize alive! Stay alive with the MC5! Dean

Phil Klink- gtr41@aol.com
03-02-2001 20:31:57
Congratulations on a fine site! Its good to see that people remember the 5 after all these years of being overlooked and underrated by the media and public alike. I saw the 5 in 1970 and they were incredible. Real rock n roll lives!

Anders Röder- lind@post5.tele.dk
03-02-2001 11:34:53
The Five was the greatest rockband ever and maybe one of the only true rockacts there have ever been. On your feet brothers & sisters. They knock me out with love.

ms m- REBMJB@aol.com
02-02-2001 23:21:35
Great site and brought back lots of memories. We saw them everywhere. What about the court case in Pontiac, friends of mine had to testify. And by the way, The Beatles never played Cobo Hall, always Olympia.

Les Raebel- les.raebel@jwt.com
02-02-2001 20:23:44
Kick out the jams. My bro went to college with Dennis Thompson and introduced me to him. He was wild man Glad to heatr he's still out there. Still rocks when I hear the 5.

Michael Bolan- mwbolan@home.com
02-02-2001 15:33:58
This is the most comprehensive website dedicated to The MC5 that I've witnessed to date! Congratulatiions to you Francois. I had the good pleasure to have experienced The MC5 from 1967-70 in Detroit/Ann Arbor and have some fantastic photos of the shoot in 1969 @ The Palladium in Birmingham for KOTJMF promo film by Leni Sinclair. These photos were loaned to David @ "A True Testimonial" and may be incorporated into the film. Keep up the great work and "I hope you did all come together!"

John F. Kulas`- jasiuk@gte.net
29-01-2001 02:35:42
This is site is a great tribute to the greatest, highest-enery band that ever got up on the stand! My memories of the MC5 still move and inspire me today. They blew everyone else off the stage. I'm glad that their music is still alive and being listened to by yet another generation. It's sad that Fred and Rob are gone but their sounds will abound forever. KOTJ/MF!!!!! John Kulas, Santa Monica, CA

Robert Gillespie- rkg313@home.com
29-01-2001 00:03:15
This is a great web site! it's good to see that there is GREAT HIGH ENERGY-NIPPLE STIFFIN' jams coming out of Europe! I would like to come over and met you guys one day! It seems like you have the right ROCK & ROLL spirit!!! Which means everything! Keep doing it!!!!! Much Love! Good Luck in the New Year!!!!! Robert Gillespie

- kenshimamo@aol.com
http://www.i94bar.com
23-01-2001 05:32:09
Francois, Let me just repeat in public what I've already told you...a fine piece of research, a great resource. Can't wait to see the lyrics up there, too, for all the folks that's interested. Ken

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