spelt Mabel wrong - look at the title on the video...
score like Pitchfork and give it 9.9
you're very pretentious for someone who can't spell "which"...
"Paramour cancel tour dates amid rumours they may potentially split up over internal issues, says lead singer"
was the question about Joaquin Phoenix regarding? I feel like I'm missing a piece to the puzzle...
but then again I'd do anything...
Finally people aren't licking Bloc Party's arses every time they sneeze some new music out.
Banquet - tune.
Helicopter - tune.
Pretty much every other song - yelping tedious lyrics over strange (albeit very technically proficient) drumbeats and echoes. It's not a sign of depth Kele, it's the whining of a surly 26-year-old with a chip on his shoulder.
Still, not as bad as Razorlight...
under American law this Acevedo can probably expect to sue for around $25 million in lost wages, hurt feelings, psychotherapy etc.
The Sex Pistols can release a 'Best of' album...
you don't deserve an opinion.
For the record, I thought he was talking about Krist Novoselic.
Great band, and thank you so much for stepping outside the militaristic world of indie snobbery and admitting you don't like a band you're supposed to.
Don't like The Smiths, can't stand Morrissey.
how was Van Dan? Any new Lemonheads/solo stuff showcased?
Saddam Hussein but I heard he could be a bit mean.
Not comparing Patrick Wolf to a crackpot dictator, of course, just saying that you don't have to know someone to have an opinion about them.
I'm a cunt.
Up the Bracket/1966 World Cup
Two intense highs which have been followed by years of tedium and frustration, speckled with the odd fleck of hope and former glory (acoustic demo of Fuck Forever/1990 World Cup campaign), sidetracked by moments of almost comedic tragedy (numerous Paul Gascoigne moments/crackhead kitten).
However, England's sudden burst back to form - admittedly, against a shit Israeli side at home - has coincided with one of the very few Babyshambles songs about which I can say "wow, that's actually pretty useful".
Therefore, I foresee one of two things happening in the coming months - the new Babyshambles album might actually live up to Doherty's past glories, or Frank Lampard will die after ODing on a cocktail of barbiturates.
Either way, I'm keeping a close eye on you Paul Parker. You know what you did...
HAS been to rehab - do grammar proper yeah, innit?
you shouldn't say it's an American band slagging off English artists, because it's just the opinion of one man. Who knows what Sambora and the rest of the BJ (Bon Jovi not blow job) crew think? Not me, that's for damn sure...
in this song that sounds just like another bit in a song by 90s band Space. It might be 'Me and You Against the World Now'...
a song which was actually quite a good pop ditty a few years ago. Can't remember what it was called though. True story...
Razorlight really are completely shit and Johnny Borrell is a gunt. These things cannot be stated often or strongly enough.
in the video that guy from Quantum Leap?
And an exceptionally lazy person. Jack White, mad props to you good sir, mad props.
"I hate it. I hate it, I hate it, I hate it."
0 out of 10.
"Having wasted 30 seconds of my life, I am no clearer as to...whether it's any good or not."
Dave, is happy a euphemism for 'special'?
It's called WWE nowadays - they had to change it because of legal wrangling with the World Wildlife Foundation.
but I thought the album cover for Stars of CCTV was pretty smart - it gave them a hell of a lot of free advertising throughout the country from the thing the band were taking the piss out of in the first place.
This cover is again quite unusual, and the fact it has been discussed at such length here shows they've succeeded again in doing something attention grabbing - all publicity is good publicity, even when there are a lot of high horses to be climbed.
1) I'm not in advertising.
2) I'm very indifferent about Hard Fi as a band.
3) We're all playing into their hands by even talking about it.
the one on the left.
I salute you - I fucking love that song (Adam Green that is, not The Enemy. They're ok, better than Razorlight).
are ALWAYS inventions of the journalist, i.e. they're total bollocks - the same goes for 'onlookers', 'sources', 'close friends' and so on.
The tabloid journalist just writes a story then beefs it up with some made up quotes - trust me, I've done it.
I think it's an absolute gem, even by their high standard.
8/9 out of 10.
I've worked on a national tabloid, and whenever an article quotes "a source", "a pal", "an insider" etc - it is always made up by the person writing the article.
Don't trust the Daily Mirror.
They supported my old band about a year ago in a smallish venue in Brum and were:
a) terrible - every single comment I heard that night was negative, and when I found out they were with the same management as Editors, I remember thinking "who signed them? they'll never get anywhere..."
b) wankers - the singer was just a dull, sub-par Liam Gallagher wannabe. It was like a parody.
We played with quite a few prodigiously talented people and bands in our time, and it's sad that this band is the one that has risen to the top.
Sounds like a frankenstein of about four songs from 'Bleed American' by Jimmy Eat World...
and boy are my arms tired.
(insert drum fill here...)
Where's Adam Green? 'Friends of Mine' is better than half of these albums put together:
"Everybody's talking 'bout Jesus,
Everybody's talking 'bout Jesus,
Everybody's talking 'bout Jesus,
Everybody's fucking my princess."
Now that, my friends, is poetry.
played with them a while ago and he said the guitarist was really posh and polite. Maybe they should be called The Frightfuls.
the lyrics from 'Sheila' are great. Or can you?
I told my mum I had written a piece on the #1 song at the moment. Her reply: "Is it that America song? I really like that, it's so catchy!"
Mum, I love ya but you've proved my point in 12 words...
1) It is highly likely that this album is a studio venture, not the band's greedy whim.
2) If someone is that much of a fan that they'll pay an album's price for two songs, well it's a silly choice, but so is buying The Others' new album. God I hate The Others.
3) I don't like U2, i haven't bought any of their numerous albums, but it seems as though for them nowadays the ends justify the means - they make money for charity (and obviously themselves), and we don't listen. Poor people benefit, we don't listen to two new U2 tracks.
4) Fair enough this venture probably is going to line fatcats' flappy pockets, but the fatcats are always going to get stroked so let's concentrate on what is new and relevant.
In conclusion: fuck U2 but fair play to them.
I think The Others are brilliant - angry vocals, thrashing guitars...........
Haha fooled you all! They're unbelievably shit.
I think most people can't get over the fact Lostprophets are shit.
Oh bollocks wait a second......