in all creation.
I liked some of the Streets' work and The Music's work.
it was a bit awkward, but OK for what it was.
baffled as to how this happened really
guess they're mates or something. not that baffling
i didn't know that
jordan is just sad he's not a lad
of terrible band names. the music? cmon.
if they'd been around at any other time in the last 15 yrs they'd never have got a look in.
I always wanted them to be better than they were.
that said, the success of Kasabian surprises me too
but that name... jesus. i think they did pretty well for emselves of the back of a couple bootleg led zeppelin riffs.
Take the Long Road was them finally mastering their sound but they didn't seem to have anywhere to go afterwards.
I think they were around at around about the same time as the Cooper Temple Clause, which has to represent pretty much the nadir of upcoming guitar acts in Britain in musical history.
they weren't very good. Go and bring some mates who likes them. If there's more of you, you win. Let's settle this like men.
That second album is incredible.
They couldn't half play http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=GXmm8TT17iQ#t=197s
Lots of people can play an instrument well but it's pretty much meaningless if you're just going to widdle about being as tedious as fuck with it. OK, in terms of technical ability they weren't an awful band but they sure as Hell were an awful band to listen to, which is the criteria which I'm more arsed about to be honest.