Most of it's shit.
What a spirit-crushingly apt name for a Kaiser Chiefs song
in an "I'm drunkenly watching a Led Zep tribute band" way. They do make Wolfmother look fresh and original though...
"DiS really doesnt like em huh?"
Where did you get that from?
I just find him impossible to listen to
though I rarely listen to Radio 1 at all now, if I can help it. He does seem like one of the few people left, post-Peel, that cares more about music than stamping a try-hard "personality" on everything. Colin Murray and Zane Lowe are barely fit to make the tea.
Ticketweb has Koko tickets for Â£18.45...
it will be a thing of rare wonder.
Most bizarre arrest ever.
You bastard, Raz. I thought this would be a story about them quitting because they'll never match the genius of Lordi...
Worth it for Danny Dyer asking Laverne "So, have you ever had anything shoved up your arse?" and her quickly saying "We're going to go to an ad break now..."
and the single's called "Devil in a Midnight Mass" = SPOOKY
That's a recommendation. I may have to get over my deep hatred of Metro Riots...
just like the fookin' Arctic Monkeys. Won't someone think of the fat bassists?
just call the second album
"We've Run Out Of The Ideas We Never Had In The First Place And Lack The Wit And Conviction To Continue To Steal"
See also: "The Libertines" by The Libertines.
They should have just called it "Ho Is Razorlit?", obv.
"Area" and "Skip to the End" are great singles, and seemed like a good sign that they're pushing the sound forward without losing their way. More so than other bands that came up at the same time, the Franzes and the Blocs et al - "Do You Want To" was unlistenably cheesy, and "Two More Years" was just dull.
Hope I like the album as much as I liked this review
some of the lineups at this have been AMAZING, but this is a bit meh
World in Motion pwns Three Lions
They're most excellent live
Moz does plenty of them at his solo shows
it's not like a bunch of kids thrashing up a storm in someone's basement
whether the band actually applied for a work permit and didn't get it, or decided not to apply for some reason, or didn't know you had to, or thought they could just rock up and get in the country. It does seem to happen a lot...
er, Sex Pistols anyone?
"Sigel told police that five black men in two vehicles boxed him in and that a bearded man in jeans and boots opened fire, hitting the rapper once in his upper-right arm" (from allhiphop.com)
I assumed he was the one doing the stickup
this is like Keane's "Dakota"
I'm definitely going to Napoleon III
in a novelty Hammer-horror-organ-solo kind of way
I was going to go to Napoleon III at the Windmill and now I'm paralysed by indecision
I quite liked Velvet Goldmine, actually