Literally the only decent song they ever wrote.
seems like a never ending song.
I only liked the first track on that last album.
how processed Liam's vocals sound on the clip of the new single at the end.
he's still writing songs that need to be sung rather than the stuff that filled up Original Pirate Material. I loved that first album and really liked the second, 'tis a shame.
They're just not MOR.
Michael Bublé is middle of the road. As is Paolo Nutini. Background noise for people who don't like music.
Standing on The Shoulder of Giants, Heathen Chemistry was awful but the last one was even worse. It just sounds diluted and weak to me.
Liam's voice is pretty much fucked these days as well which doesn't bode well.
As long as it's better than the atrocious last album I'll be happy.
'specially with the pink hair. Yes.
There's no real scientific evidence to support that, but it is scientific fact.
I always presumed that like me, everyone thought they were the worst band of all time.
It looks like an exciting summer night.
Entirely Nelly Furtado.
and it sounds really poo :(
between Madonna's ageing haggard legs, fucking knocks me sick.
I wouldn't be surprised if this here article is discussed on Radio Merseyside with Roger tomorrow.
I've never heard a Supergrass song that I like.
is like someone taking the piss out of Radiohead.
She slipped in a 'u'.
as you order a large Big Mac Meal with Coke.
I've heard it on the radio loads of times and it sounds shit enough to at least be top 30.
he's actually calling Favourite Worst Nightmare an average album; instantly making void anything he says afterwards.
before the post-gig gangbang ensued.
everytime I hear Jarvis say 'temptation' it makes me think of Chris Langham staring at a young girl.
my brother/mum had bought the 'There And Then' video (Maine Road gig, 1996) and it not only got me into music but gave me a hard-on for the idea of rock n roll; mainly due to Liam's voice and his staring at people in the crowd antics.
Devendra Banhart doesn't he? I like this song, though. Good review.
I think they were equally "ZOMG IT'S THOM YORKE!" so I think it was okay.
said he only started listening to The Jam, ever, when they were midway through recording their first album.
Why doesn't he just be himself? I heard him on Radio 1 the other day and his entire attitude is a facade. I can tolerate their music, it's a shame he/they need to frigging grow up.