I'm totally going to this.
What a strange question.
but don't let that put anyone off.
"Going to see the Wu-Tang Clan is like buying a ticket for Radiohead only to find a mate of Phil Selway on drums, Andy Yorke from the Unbelievable Truth on vocals, and Colin Greenwood smahed on Hennessy wandering around the stage mumbling nonsense into the mic. Then everyone is turfed out onto the street to get shot."
They've already made the comments board look a little more amusing than usual:
My weekend felt like something was missing. And I would have done Jabberwocky if asked, but nobody brought it up so I certainly wasn't going to insist.
influenced by the past work of both Pigfoot and Alcxxk, and also allowing me to pretend I'm not talking to Theo
despite the best of intentions. Sorry.
and I'm full of Joey de Vivre
I don't understand what you have against my fact-o-rama threads. I sweat blood most mornings to keep this board entertained.
I try not to miss these, but September 15th is the date of the Smalltown America alldayer.
with a pyramid of Ferrero Rocher on a tray.
I would definitely travel to see it.
You can't pass up a chance like that.
I wanna go!
but I find it funny for its own sake. I love Elvis.
Nottingham's by Mr Sheen.
I bet Cowell hates them too.
in a way that made any sense at all, I'd be eternally grateful.
"Do I prefer Kelly Clarkson's music to Bob Dylan's? Yes."
I'm sure there are plenty of other people who feel the same way, which is fair enough.
It's a statement of intent as much as anything. And it's not often that iconoclasm is performed quite so literally.
He must have known it wouldn't go down well. I quite like him for it.
The perfect confluence of post and username.
A colleague of mine saw a screening and said it was excellent.
but most of their output since then has been total gash.
You are my favourite person today.
And yeah, I'm pretty sure he was joking. Even reading the "eternally ripping off someone else's song" comment in the paper, you could tell his tongue was in his cheek.
If only it wasn't on cocking BBC4, so that terrestrial-only plebs like me could watch it.
Seems fair enough to me.
I'm glad I lamed out, then.
Raz moves in mysterious ways.
what the Yanks will make of Enter Shikari.
so 50% correct
of "Romantic Rights"
though I love the original
by Gang of Four. Turned up really, REALLY loud.