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- Posted on Aug 31st 2009 8:30AM by Benjy Eisen
Tenacious D did get serious for one minute, when they gave a heartfelt shout-out to the Beastie Boys. "We want to send all of our love to the great Adam Yauch," said Black. "Get well soon."
As for Tenacious D's own health, it was briefly in danger when the devil himself -- or at least, someone dressed as the Halloween-style portrayal of him -- came onstage after Black proclaimed that they were no longer going to use him as the subject of so many of their songs. Black said that the band previously thought that the devil was a really funny thing to sing about but that they have since changed their ways and, in fact, are currently working on an album of Christian rock. As always with The D, the joke was on the audience. And it's a gag that the band has done plenty of times before. Nonetheless, Tenacious D and the devil did, indeed, stage a "rock off" right there in Golden Gate Park. Guess which "D" won?