AN nearly did go for my first choice, I was tempted by him (not in that way), but decided to leave him for Brumby.
Might as well go blues rather than fight Daemon for the best of Seattle...
"All are lunatics, but he who can analyze his delusions is called a philosopher." - Ambrose Bierce
Langeveldt: I of course blame their parents.. and unchecked immigration!
GingerFurball: He's Austrian, they tend to produce the odd ****ed up individual
Burgey: Be careful dealing with neighbours whose cars don't have wheels but whose houses do.
Uppercut: Maybe I just need better strippers
Personally think there is no better vocalist than Freddie.
I got great enjoyment shouting "WHY THE **** ISN'T THIS GAME BEING PLAYED AT THE BASIN?!>!?!?" to reasonably significant cheers from the sparse crowdOverrated XI Warner, Burns, Steve Smith, Rahane, Bairstow, Alecz Day, Donovan Grobelaar, Luke Ronchi, Faulkner, Dan Christian, Permaulone day NZ will bring chappell to his knees in a puddle of his own tears and you'll see Phlegm on his belly greedily tasting every delicious tear before watching the hope fade from that old ****s eyes.
Was considering Thom Yorke, but I can't see how anyone apart from the rest of Radiohead would be able to tolerate being in a band with him.
Exit pursuing a beerOriginally Posted by Jimmy Neesham
Wondering whether two vocalists who fit really well with each other and are great songwriters would be a good idea.
Any successful bands with more than one lead vocalist besides the obvious ones? (Eagles, Floyd, etc)
Johnny Marr and Dave Grohl.
RIP Craig Walsh (Craig) 1985-2012
Proudly supporting the #2 cricketer of all time.
John Paul Jones on the bassss.
Brad McNamara @bbuzzmc
Will say this once and then nothing else. Defamation laws quite clear in Aus.be careful.
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