it was breathtaking
but weirdly I will get over it and move on if they're not. They'll look shit as well - though I saw Debbie Goodge on and off at a rehearsal room in Kings X circa 2005 and she looked ok.
All these bands are one dimmenional shit.
someone just kill these people and soon.
but to be involved in all those magically romantic moments is surely something anyone with a soul would want to recount with pride.
I'd go for Gilbert o Sullivan alone
and yes I bet it matters!
band who don't ahve rich parents (I don't know for sure) have to play music AND make a living? Disgusting isn't it - throw them into the sea I say.
a lot of people on this website are turning into their parents anyd none of them can see it
The world is wrong wrong wrong wrong wrong wrong wrong
Good - too cavernous, dirty all over - like being forced to share a bed fully clothes with Pete Doherty for 3 nights during the hot summer on 2003 whilst suffering from a fever.
Glad to see it go. The only good thing about it was that I first met Mr Bobby Grindrod there.
shit titles as well. Can I be bothered to see them live AGAIN?
sadly my fave album cover is Modern Life is Rubbish.
though I think Empire Song is one of my fave singles but its parent album Revelations is shit barring 'The Hum'
and all the early singles as I got a bit obsessed in the early 90s as an earnest student.
Anyone want Almost Red 12 inch perfect condition?
I even like 'Outside the Gate' and Brighter Than a THousand Suns' Oh dear.
Saw them in Manchester in 1994 - Jaz Coleman thought he was a priest. very funny
Not my favourite memory but its something for the annals of shite isn't it?
I have a Lazer Guided Melodies t shirt that glows in the dark. had it since college and now I paint in it
based on the quality of songs on Neon Bible.
Take the romance out of festivals does it.
Never, as they say, trust a hippy. funny that.
as if I didn't know but I wanted to make that 'joke'
in 1992 and it was something which had been building up in NME for a few years as Moz had been constantly moaning that they'd caused The Smiths to split up - of course there were 'signs' ie Asian Rut etc and National Front Disco but they're just off-kilter lyrical imagery and not really enough to say 'God he's being racist' - its just soooo boring the way people get all LMHR in that student debate way the moment anyone says something 'out of line' - Morrissey isn't really Nick Griffin now is he? He's just a popstar saying silly things that could barely incite you to tut at the radio let alone go through Brixton with a giant flame thrower.
Ho is Bowi?
But Im probably not allowed to say that as I'm not going and therefore makes my right in liking certain acts erroneous. Shame really.
Glad I saw them when I did, won't rush for tickets as all the webtards will snaffle them up and then OMG themselves into an aneurysm. Sadly they're now a band you're 'meant' to like. The only thing good about them live was the noise and the fact that I was impressed with how many effects pedals they had. Thants to health and safety rules in LOVE CARLING clubs, they'll play as loud as Low
He's let himself go? Pointless interview questions but great interview
Larrkin Love qualify by MILES as being quite possibly the shittest band ever from now to infinity to have ever been allowed past the rehearsal room door. A big cosmic joke or mates of the editor. Its bands like that make you feel quite reassured that you have to die one day.
silly posh boys in their 40s doing Yank metal - very disappointing. I think their Wagneresque pop stage had the most up its own arse potential. Great songs though.
and have always been an apologist for them but then they go too metal its just silly. The Murder Inc album is really good - well it was when I last heard it when I was urm....18
A heart attack at no age - mind you I imagine he must have 'liked a pint' - still that's guranteed work for YOuth
I wouldn't call Killing Joke -'industrrial' - Skinny Puppy et al were 'industrial though I suppose Murder Inc was almost industrial.
Melody Maker was obsessed with them. I got them mixed up with Catherine Wheel.
people letting off steam by smaching things. So 1955
surely the biggest insult ever/
what's HIS excuse - the 2nd Portishead album??!?
That's rather backward of you.
Music is quite dull when you look at it from the point fo view of an award ceremony isn't it?
still their second album was blah hopefully this one will be better. Nothing beats their artwork either.
its like Crass or something
The only way to make money from music is through gigs and 'merch' as Mcgee says.
The Charlatans are just 1990 to me. Go away.
I've got all their record discs
she's a bad version of Texas
I like acoustic guitars
and only amazing if you don't know much about music. They're 'ok' but not messianic or anything, not by a long chalk. All you need are the obsure post Smiley Smile albums, mid period ELO, a bit of Roy Wood, Os Mutantes and knowledge of the Radiophonic Workshop BANG! Instant SFA.
I used to go in there after rehearsal (2002-2004) and it was dead dead dead!