There is a recent BBC radio podcast on the bomber/nightingale story here
To think I compared poor Simon to Anders Brevik and that review called him Michael Laws?
That's just low.
Russell, the rest of us stopped listening to that spankcarrot at least 3 years ago.
Jumped the shark, not worth dignifying with a response, right down there with Anders Brevik, you get the idea
Do not EVER borrow a Farmers catalogue from this man
Is it too late to point out that that little white girl can't even twerk right?
Thicke is like the Forrest Gump of RnB - so dumb ya just don't wanna see him bump into too much furniture
Back to music, the Guardian has a sample of some new Pixies tracks and Japandroids are coming so hellz yeah to that
Yeah saw them at a gig in Newtown Hall - 8 bands for 8 bucks
Cops surrounded the place halfway through the night
One skinhead lurched past me with a bruise on his face that had swelled up just like on the cartoon shows
Man the 80's were shit for violence - not many places to go and lots of aggro compared to today - kids these days can drink til all hours and the worst thing is the hangover and an empty wallet. Back then you'd get smacked over for looking a bit different - these days I go out and there's people in goddam furry suits.
Fuck the good old days - the only thing I miss from back then is that the bush was chocka with deer
Wellington punk band early 80's
Single "Anti-Trend" got some play
Robyn herself puts in a cameo as the mother
Keep ya jockstrap to yaself pal
Sabbath went through many phases and even the Ian Gillan album had some good bits - I just treat em like a bunch of different bands that happen to share a core. YMMV.
Having seen Dio play in AK with Iommi et al it was the only gig I've ever been to where it sounded exactly the same no matter where you were standing which is hard to do. Dio (RIP) may've looked like an unemployed court jester onstage but he had a great voice and "Sign of the Southern Cross" is still a legend track.
The corporate reason why Bill wasn't on drums
should remind you that Sabbath these days is a hard-nosed profit pulling stadium seller out to make moolah
TL:DR- they ran the numbers and offered Bill shit money, he refused.
Saturday's gig was great and I love coming up to AK - esp the art gallery which was damn fine.
Even if Ozzy looked more like he was in need of a zimmer frame than a bat's head I thought the band and venue was really good
Now try listening to "Sleeping Village" off the first album and calm yo tits
This Sabbath line-up was more dirge-ey than the previously toured version fronted by Dio.
Try listening to "Supernaut" REALLY FUCKING LOUD if you ever wonder just what the fuss about the original Sabbath was all about - I swear you can dance to it though some drinking may be required..
In for Sabbath and Neil Young - more as a bucket list thing than any other reason
Saw a different Sabbath when they toured with Dio - a real loss that he's gone.
Cognitive dissonance isn't a problem, the Ozzy years and the Dio years play like different bands pretty much.
Missed out on Grimes but got Dirty Projectors next year
Blaze Bailey and Paul diAnno doing Iron Maiden tracks this Friday - best get pissed for that one