Arctic Monkeys - WHy D'You Only Call Me When You're High?
Another one smashed out of the park
Future Of The Left - Arming Eritrea
my god. The sheer attitude. gotta be the greatest punk voice since johnny
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Exit pursuing a beer
Holiday in Cambodia
I always like how google ads will actually now put up holidays in Cambodia.
I was never sure about Jello Biafra at the time, felt he was a pale imitation of mr Rotten, but I think I was very wrong.
Do I contradict myself?
Very well then I contradict myself,
(I am large, I contain multitudes.
Always found The DKs a wee bit samey at times.
Jello's heart was def in the right place tho and there are some gems in there: MTV Get Off The Air & Chicken**** Conformist are my favs of theirs.
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
Vicious Traditions | The Veils - YouTube
Have to say... (gasp) that they've overtaken Muse as my favourite band. For the moment, at least. Just so many brilliant songs. And I can't get over how good their two live shows were. Their performances of songs like this one were so raw and powerful - like Muse used to be before stadiums happened.
Be Mine - David Gray
I've never actually hated singer-songwriters per se, but do hold Mr Gray partly responsible for James Clunt and all the similar guitar-wielding douchebags who followed in his wake, so it's a slightly bittersweet listen now.
Just breezin' thru the evenin'....
Listening to the new arctics album. Impressed thus far though its the sort of album that is going to need a few listens to be properly evaluated.
R U Mine appears to have been redone in parts, still an outstanding tune though. Don't have the booklet yet as my bloody pre order hasn't arrived but amazon have this new thing now of giving you an mp3 download of any CD you buy.
Think I vaguely recall reading Guy Garvey is involved somehow? Maybe arranging the strings? May have imagined it tho.
Tomorrow Time - John & Beverley Martyn
From their Stormbringer LP, which I've just purchased.
Released in 1970, it features the line "Oh, what's your story, morning glory".
Ha, so we now know where Noel ripped that from.
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