It's Sunday, you've got nothing better to do, time for the last.fm threaed
1 Drunk Horse 11
2 Neil Hamburger 10
3 Shogun Kunitoki 9
3 Harvey Milk 9
5 Klaus Schulze 8
6 Electric Wizard 5
7 Paul Flaherty 4
7 Blues Control 4
9 James Blackshaw 3
9 Nackt Insecten 3
Drunk Horse are great if you like the ZZ Top and Thin Lizzy. With a bit more of a proggy bent sometimes. The Neil Hamburger Country Winners album is very good but I don't know how often i'm going to listen to it. I finally bought 'Come My Fanatics' by Electric Wizard and it is as thick as Mo-lasses. Paul Flaherty is still playing intense saxophone like he's had a very hard paper round indeed.
Is Gary War as good as the Wire magazine makes out?
Does anyone like that new Om album? I heard it played in the record shop and I wasn't that convinced like.
What is your favourite book and why?
Detail your favourite sandwich.