Only just realized that the Nick Cave some CWers seem to really enjoy is the same who wrote And The Ass Saw The Angel. Absolutely loved that book so am tempted to try out some of his albums.
Public Enemy - By the time I get to Arizona. Honestly love these guys so much, listening to rappers these days they're main "beef" being **** like "haters whispering behind their back" and having their rides pulled over by "racist" police every time they go out I miss guys like PE who would rap about **** that was actually important.
Brilliant group, love their stuff so much.
There's tonnes of good hip-hop around.
The one, the only CW Black
Code:47.3 W Coppinger to Heads Smacked the ball straight into the groin of Iwuajoku who has fallen over, miraculously with the ball still caught in his scrotal area! Out!
Not an easy read & in fact pretty bloody heavy going at times, but it does touch on a lot of Sir Nicholas's pet themes: murder, scripture, redemption & anal rape.
Cricket Web's 2013/14 Premier League Tipping Champion
- As featured in The Independent.
"as much a news event as an actual footballer, a worthy stop-start centre forward, but an all-time hyper-galactico when it comes to doing funny things with cars and hats, a player whose signing proves once again that the Premier League is still undoubtedly the best in the world when it comes to doing things with cars and hats."
- Barney Ronay on Mario Balotelli
I'm referring more to pop hip-hip. The same 'not looking hard enough' argument really applies to anyone who says any style of music is dead. There's plenty of tight polka around too just as there's some killer jazz rock around (*cough* my band *cough*) if you look hard enough. The stuff which is getting the most exposure, though, I don't find terribly inspired.
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