I want Wendy to adopt me
I think I'd sell a kidney to win, 1 previous owner.
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I'd say something funny here but I'm just not witty enough. I am however desperate to go to the great escape and broke, so very broke.
It's good, sadly I don't have anything more interesting to say about it. I saw w.a.s last week at an instore they were very good, did a nice semi acoustic set.
they were great, yannis was also nice to talk to (I had previously got the impression he was a bit of a wanker) I deffinetly want to go see them again so it's Manchestr for me.
Manchester it is.
and after reading DiS I couldn't help but sing
'people will be people when they eat this sandwhich'
He'll invest in some headphone
I don't know what to say to that.
in Manchester so I'll see them. hurrah!
I could probabaly fix the eeys and place the poster in an attractive clip frame.
People are sing the enemy, loudly at 8.38 am O_o
after cutting out the eyeholes to create a creepy bjork mask. I would then go around in this fantastic disguise preaching to people about good music and arranging large bonfires of cds by the enemy.
So I have to get a poster cause it wouldnt just be for me it would be for the good of the general public!
I might try and get to one of those warehouse nights.
They were however absolute shite
I hate him, I don't know why
Christ thats a poor genre name.
Almost as poor as having the Enemy headline a tour(oh shut up its early)
Liverpool or Manchester for me.
and at first I wasn't impressed but it has seriously grown on me. I'm quite looking forward to hearing the album.
When done well it can bring artists to the attention of more people, e.g Devendra Banhart on the orange advert it fits the advert and a lot of people I know are now listening to him. Prior to this he would of been dismissed as 'hippy music'
However sometimes it just ruins the song 'inbetween days' by the cure on a car advert made me want to cry. It just didn't seem right.
Licensing song to adverts is a double edged sword but generaly if it gets the artist more attention I'm all for it.
loved atlas but wasn't really sure about the rest of the album and yet it did grow on me. To me its slightly sinister sounding, this isn't a bad thing.
one review has turned into a large debate over the state of british music, which I think when you look past the obvious shite is looking pretty good.
As for the maccabees, I really like this album its just lots of good non pretensious tunes. I'd rather take the quirkly english and naive sound over another libertines/arctics wannabe who try to comment on worlds they know sod all about.