The memory of my teenage years would forever be sullied by the onslaught of Ebay pop ups.
Excellent standard of journalism there.
has just got me pumped for Manchester all over again. Cheeeeers DiS.
Manchester tickets, this is basically going to be the gig of my lifetime, this is the band i've been waiting to see my entire teenage years, i'm anticipating grown men crying here.
a) Saint Dymphna
That t-shirt design is pretty sexy anyway, and it being Gang Gang Dance makes makes the exuding excellence even stronger.
6 Bottles of Whiskey
The Boardgame Risk
Various Dictators of the world in mask format
One of those big Prawn party ring platters from Iceland
A thirst for world domination.
I'm an easy to please kind of guy...I think the Prawn platter is the best part of this idea.
that song was awesome, i'm sat with a big smile on my face for some reason.
really wish i'd have gone to this...maybe next year...just make sure you guys crack out an awesome line up like this one.
Fuck Buttons is Noise
seems an odd choice of support. Can't quite put my finger on it. May have to go to Leeds Met just so I can see Cancer Bats again.
I'm glad they aren't playing 'the hits'. I want to see a band play what they want to play, not what they're expected to play. I'm glad he's dusting off The Eraser a little bit, hope we get a Harrowdown Hill rendition, that would make my decade.
Even for my stingyness.
You jammy git.
the other day, and I thought i'd try it out, you know...set it on fire and what not...but to my disdain, I realised I didn't have any fire extinguishing robots near me, and I had to use the fire blanket in my flat to stop it setting my cupboard on fire. £35 fucking that costs to replace. £35 fucking quid. It's alright for Tony Fucking Stark and his hilariously named secretary/shag piece, but what about the little man. The moral of the story is...don't trust any piece of equipment from Stark Industries, especially if you bought it from Toys R' Fucking Us. Cunts.
Two Three Four Five Six I Like Free Stuff
but this release just hasn't had the replayability of other albums (Year Zero didn't leave my ears for a good month of solid listening).
It's a nice little album...but it just didn't push the envelope like i'd have liked with a new NIN release, especially after the huge departure from sound that was Ghosts I-IV
in Leicester was probably the best part of the show, bar you guys playing of course.
is a really good summary of what Reznor has been up to for the past few years. It draws comparions from his last few albums, as parts remind you of the fragile, with teeth, year zero, etc.
For anybody out of step with NIN's current output, give this a go, it's free, so what do you have to lose?
P.S. They have 1 part of a 36 track instrumental album up for free download too if you go to the website for those who haven't heard about that either - www.nin.com
i'd hammer obama...in a nice way? yes...yes i would
YORK FIBBERS PLEASE INNIT!
so we can have shiny toy guns or whoever the fuck they think is 'dance' to play?
At least the lock up has stuck to it's guns and not compromised on tastes and trends, and still has a steller line up.
Come back and talk when they book Aphex Twin to headline, then at least you have a case for more dance, when they actually book a dance worthy band.
a guy wearing the same Isis t-shirt as me today walking down the street...I wanted to man hug him with epic results.
That is all.
the whole album was contains 10 different re-working's of Island in the Sun...Pork and Beans is just a cunning ruse to through of the scent
It's what I heard anyway...
too cool for me