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"Turn Around" by Phats and Small
This is hardcore.
At least this is what my hairdressers played the last time I had a haircut!
pretty much perfect
pretty much everything on the Capital FM daytime playlist.
N-dubz came on and I laughed out loud at the lyrics.(none of that "lol" shit, this was a full on laugh out loud.)
It was like -
Yes you did
No I didn't
yes you did
No I didn't
Quite simply a disgrace to music and I'm horrified to think of who listens to them.
she likes lisa stansfield and simply red and perhaps worse, the pussycat dolls. that phats and small song is a tune though
with the tracklistings to every Ministry of Sound and Hed Kandi compilation from, say, 95 - 04?
If there was such a thing.
Also anything by Basshunter or Scooter.
they were playing some meh dancey stuff. But put some meh 'indie' stuff on instead when I was getting shorn. Presumably based on the fact that I had a mop of hair, whilst all their other customers were in for a #2 all over.
'Twas mostly Killers meh etc, but there was a Charlatans track, which was all fine by me. The old Candy Flip cover of Strawberry Fields Forever was the curveball. Free beer though, so it's all good.
Cost: £8, so felt like a high roller when I gave him £12. The last place I went to cost the best part of £20, and had a properly decent selection of old and new stuff. No free beer though.
used to play the Sex Pistols.
Which judging by the above posts is pretty great
You would think but I'm decidedly unadventurous.
And when I say cunts, I mean my trance/happy hardcore loving neighbours who brock that out at 4 in the morning, play it on repeat for half an hour, and then go back to the trance/happy hardcore. I wish they'd just fucking stick to the trance/happy hardcore. I can tune out of that, no problem. But that fucking song... NNNNNNNRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGH.
Other habitats of this song: the walk back to the camping area after a day at any festival last year. NNNNNNNRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGH.
any pub rock covers band on a Saturday night.
because you get cunts dancing to it in the indie clubs, and cunts dancing to it in the normal clubs.
i mean....both lots of clubs are shit and full of cunts. but this song is a real cunt magnet, y'know?
'normal clubs' play it to satisfy the cunts in the (thankfully shrinking) supermarket indie demographic.
'indie clubs' play it to satisfy the cunts who would prefer to be in the 'normal clubs'.
file under: flavour of the month for cunts that will have forgotten about it by this time next year but in ten years time will rave about how great it was but not bother to actually listen to it.
The only place I hear it these days.
(c) Mark & Lard, circa 2000.
Cos I love it. I am not a hairdressers.
My hairdresser reliably informed me they were "really good live", partly on the basis of them all playing their own instruments. I think she'd actually just seen them doing a performance on TV.
you can rest assured that they've never noticed that the rest of the line is at odds with the title.
so inoffensive and ignorable, it's like sunday afternoon every day. brilliant
except - and this is the same with every radio I've heard BBC Scotland on - he can't get the frequency right, so it has that high pitched whine and fuzz over the really polite people talking. The only other sound you'll hear is a razor or a hairdryer or them saying "What will it be?" and you saying "Just a trim, please". And that's it. It's so relaxing.
luckily, i love that song
Probably for the last year or so thats all I've heard. Also they scattered in a track by Seal and Vanilla Ice.
I kind of love my hairdressers.
but the several barbers I alternative between all just have Radio 2 on.
I would've thought everywhere just had the radio on.
It's decidedly brilliant
Cracking tune as well. but your always busy, busy clippers oh oh
into Arthur Rusell, minimal techno and deep house. Got a lot of joy from hearing him, a45 year old with a broad norfolk accent, declaring the latest mix by Agoria to be "deep...fucken deep...diving bell house"
he put Before Today by Ariel Pink on. We chatted about kosmiche stuff, the Disco Discharge comps and Ewan Pearson. BOOM!
gallery record is genius. wish my hairdressers were that cool.
Nothing to get blown away by or right up my alley.
And who sees hairdressers and barbers, anyway? Quite a bit of negative indie points if you don't see a proper, overpriced cosmetologist in a proper salon or do it yourself.
sometimes aretha franklin and anita baker
you shall not...PAAAAAAAAAASSSSSS