Nah it's a great song, even better live.
Rest In Peace Craigos
The Triple-A C and Sledger both 100% correct on this one, I reckon. Reminds me too much of Dean Lerner's "Soft Rock Bellends" rant.
Although, in saying that, I've recently discovered a fondness for (Andrew Eldritch's) Sisters of Mercy, so maybe I have also invalidated my opinions. The early records collated on the compilation "Some Girls Wander By Mistake" particularly terrific IMO.
My Supporting XI: V Sehwag, T Iqbal, S Katich (c), K Sangakkara, S Chanderpaul, E Morgan, S Al Hasan, M Rahim (+), G Swann, D Steyn, Z Khan
Eldritch is from my hometown of Ely, ftr.
Cricket Web's 2013/14 Premier League Tipping Champion
- As featured in The Independent.
"The PFA does not represent players when they have broken the law and been convicted on non-football matters."
- Gordon Taylor in 2009 following Marlon King's release after a prison sentence for sexual assault & ABH
"I am very happy and it will allow me to have lot more rice."
Eoin Morgan on being given a rice cooker for being Man of the Match in a Dhaka Premier Division game.
When i watch youuuuuu, wanna do youuuu right where you're standinnnnnnnnnnng
Firmly regressed into a pop-punk stage this week.
on high rotation lately:
flying lotus - cosmogramma
broken social scene - forgiveness rock record
the national - high violet
ariel pink's haunted graffiti - before today
clipse - hell hath no fury
gza/genius - liquid swords
j dilla - donuts
the-dream - love vs money
boards of canada - geogaddi
charles mingus - mingus ah um
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!
wtf is 'youtube' while we're at it?
Parmi | #1 draft pick | Jake King is **** | Big Bash League tipping champion of the universeCome and Paint Turtle
It's where you get pronz.
I really love The well tempered clavier book 1 prelude 1. The video's cool as well but anyway, I've gained so much pleasure being able to play this piece even though it's quite simple and I dare say most learning pianists would easily be able to learn this in not much time at all. And it was also meant as a training piece really. But it's just brilliant, godly almost.
The religious theme continued when some 130+ years later Gounod made a piece which I only recently found Bach/Gounod Ave Maria Although that isn't a brilliant version the one Here is good if your computer can get it on. But anyway, the piece uses the exact prelude with just a few repeats and adds a beautiful melody to an already beautiful piece. Such a daring thing for Gounod to do but the risk really payed off here. Music never ceases to wonder me.
Everyone wants to change the world, noone wants to change himself.
Anyone heard of Fats Waller? Just found out about him today, looks like a cool guy.
Any electronica afficionados on here? I've made it my personal mission to get the very best out of this vast, vast branch of music.
Originally Posted by Peter Mooresforever 63*
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