Ryan Adams Is Dragging The Strokes On Twitter Over Indie Rock Beef

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Ryan Adams attacks The Strokes on Twitter

The Strokes are yet to respond to Adams' tweets, which you can view below.

The reason behind this feud might be because of Lizzy Goodman's book "Meet Me in the Bathroom: Rebirth and Rock and Rock in New York City, 2001 - 2011".

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. "I should've forced them to get addicted to writing better songs".

Adams subsequently tweeted about Casablancas being "strung out on lasagna" and referred to "Last Impressions of Actual Songs", an apparent shot at the Strokes' 2006 album First Impressions of Earth. "He'd heard that Ryan would come and give me heroin, so he was just like, "if you come to my apartment again with heroin, I'm going to kick your ass".

As Consequence of Sound reports, Adams appears to be disgruntled with some of the recently-published Meet Me In The Bathroom by Lizzie Goodman, which by all accounts reveals details like Adams being banned from hanging out with the band due to his bad influence. If anything, I'd rather just pull a Beyonce at some point next year and just drop s**t'.

(Radio.com) Last week, Strokes guitarist Albert Hammond Jr.'s father told The West Australian that the band had hit the studio with famed producer Rick Rubin. Frontman Julian Casablancas confirmed no new album was in the offing, joking that Albert's dad had meant to say the band were working on their basketball skills with Spanish basketball star Ricky Rubio. It can take a persons soul away. I would never ever have given him a bag of heroin. "I loved him so deeply. I remember being incredibly anxious about him, even after I continued to do speedballs", he revealed in the book. "I would suspect that they soon learned that I was not the problem".

"I didn't do drugs socially, and I don't remember doing drugs with Albert ever".

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