Discussion in 'Off Topic Chat' started by Dan, Jun 17, 2008.
Haha, senior moment!
Relevant but forgot which thread I was in.
Yeah, him and Hugh Cornwall. Haven't heard anything from it yet.
I think he might be singing on it, he's actually got quite a good voice.
1989 day on radio 6music. Reliving my youth.
I was listening to that on the breakfast show but the presenter is so annoying in the morning that I turned off.
His sidekick is quite witty tho
Really enjoyed it all day. Had Pump up the Jam blasting out last night.
Tonight I've had TCR/I can tell 12 inch by the Sleaford Mods and I'm now onto Dinosaur Jr's latest album.
I listened to their interview on 6music, sounded like a right bunch of goons
sound good and great live though.
pete doherty - hamburg demonstrations
really nice too as it goes
The Church - Starfish
A dog barking across the street. It's drowning out the birdsong.
Shack - Waterpistol
JMJ - Oxygene 3. Better than I thought it would be, not too modern.
Political correctness be buggered!
The new Metallica album Hardwired is brilliant
I'm currently listening to my neighbour, who is watching childrens television on his own. 4 stars
There isn't much else to watch at that time of the day, it doesn't make him a paedophile.
(Although he probably is!)
Quite like this song!
Billy Joel - Greatest Hits!
Once a fan, always a fan! ;-)
Leningrad and Good night Saigon, a couple of epics.
Doris Day Christmas Album. Classic.
Whip crack away
Whip crack away.
Rag and bone man Human
Seen him do it live twice on TV this weekend.
Truly Amazing voice.
The Reason, Hooberstank.
Heard it for first time in Eons today so had to get it on when I got home
Released in Summer 2010 during one of the most mental 10 days work ever, there have been many!
Crossing between Bilboa Paris Cologne in a 7-5 ton truck, installing and removing various stands.
Driving through a peasoup near Toulouse and hallucinating that Irish Woolfhounds were coming out of the tarmac through fatigue and eyestrain. Haha
The one constant was this IMO great track, played on the hour, every hour, on every station.
Music is the map of life's memory, no doubt about it, great time had, could have sworn it was longer than 7 years.
Apologies for the lengthy monologue.
My lad played me this Hozier live cover of 'Do I Wanna Know' by the Arctic Monkeys the other day, I love the original and I think this is an amazing take on the song, the lyrics fit the style so well.......see what you think...
Yeah, really good voice, he makes it sound effortless.
That is such a clever adoption of the original.
The guy seriously impresses me and I must get to one of his gigs.
There really are some brilliant Blues singers about these days! :-)
Afternoon delight by The Starland vocal band,Reminds me of my youth in that hot summer of 76!
Just before the Great punk Explosion!
Metallica= Nothing else matters
Im not going to agree with everything he says but its worth a listen
Ive got a bit of nirvana the man who sold the world
Class from start to finsih
Thats supposed to see 'never' in the thread title
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