I once went to a disco and lost my keys. Now that was a panic.
Sreesanth said, "Next ball he was beaten and I said, 'is this the King Charles Lara? Who is this impostor, moving around nervously? I should have kept my mouth shut for the next ball - mind you, it was a length ball - Lara just pulled it over the church beyond the boundary! He is a true legend."
Try typing Panic! At the Disco into Word and you'll get a green line saying 'RAR! SENTENCE FRAGMENT YOU DOLT!'
As for the music, well i'm not 12, so i don't feel qualified enough to comment on it.
You're my kind of guy, Mitchell.
They got rid of the ! in it.
God do you guys not read Kerrang!.
A Free Lesson On Growing Up
Make The Best Of Their Worst
And Never Compromise On Anything That You Think Is Right
Naah, not 15 anymore.
Ya see the joke was, "Kerrang!" spell their magazine with a !, like Panic did, and Panic feature in the magazine.
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****, just did a bit of GNR searching and found that Chinese Democracy has an official release date of September 26th..sure it will be postponed but as far as I can remember over my 7 years of looking this up online I've never got an actual official date...not to self...take that day of work and find a quiet room to listen to it...be underwhelmed as 10 years of anticipation can never ever live up to what you want it to be
Think this thread has largely untapped potential. I've just been watching Pop Britannia, which this week featured the 60s, so I thought I'd bung out an old chestnut for discussion: who's your favourite Beatle & why?
I'm a Lennon man myself, although not unreservedly so. His work with the fabs generally kicked more at the limitations of the pop song format than Paul's did & in doing so pushed the boundaries of the art back. It isn't much of a stretch to say that without A Day In The Life or Lucy... there would've been no prog rock. Although whether one considers this a blessing or not is another debate in itself.
Paul probably had the better ear for a pop tune, but always seemed to be moving towards the centre of the establishment, which the spikier JWL never did. I'd like to imagine Lennon would've turned a knighthood down. I do think Lennon's post-Beatles output is vastly overrated tho. For every Working Class Hero he also gave us a Beautiful Boy or the hideous testament to banality that is Imagine. It's true he never gave us a Frog Chorus, but there's every possibility that but for Chapman's extreme intervention he could well have done.
Anyway, that's my thoughts. Who's the fabbest of the four for you?
Ringo. Thomas the Tank Engine narration > anything else any of them ever did.
But yeah, Lennon for me too. His Beatles output was edgier, his solo output was just better, (although George's was pretty good too) - if patchy - he had a worldview that is more in line with my own and was far more eloquent and onto it. He was not afraid to risk looking like a dick to make a point or just try something new. He put more of himself out there for people to see and was simply an individual in a way that the others weren't.
That's not to say I don't like the other three, because they were awesome too
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