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(4 replies, posted in Gigs)

Saw him last night. He was really good. A great mix of stuff. Even Eton Rifles.

His band is probably as good as the wild wood one. A great night.

I couldnt watch it. To depressing

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(7 replies, posted in For those about to rock we salute you)

He looks good as well. Hasnt he just released aĺl his solo stuff again as well?

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(7 replies, posted in For those about to rock we salute you)

His last solo album Standards was ace.

He is good solo live, but never plays with a band. I love From the Hip, the Commotions last one. It evokes a time & a place for me.

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(15 replies, posted in For those about to rock we salute you)

The first song on here This is our World is the best song i have yeard this year so for. Ace

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(15 replies, posted in For those about to rock we salute you)

Album is great. It wont change your life, but some cracking songs.

The first songs intro Our World or something is excellent. Proper guitars. The album reminds me of the Mary Chains. Not challenging the classics but worth making. I can see how a proper fan of them would miss the bag pipe guitars, but you can tell it had some thought gone into it!

I like it & will be going to see them on tour, if i get another job by then.

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(17 replies, posted in For those about to rock we salute you)

Absolute shite.

Canned heat are ace. On the road again........mam

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(0 replies, posted in For those about to rock we salute you)

Just been reading the new album reviews. Getting good reviews so i have ordered it. I will report back.
Gonna see em live as well i reckon. Just to hear into the valley.

The best of for about 2squid is a bargain.

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(15 replies, posted in For those about to rock we salute you)

Just been reading the new album reviews. Getting good reviews so i have ordered it. I will report back.
Gonna see em live as well i reckon. Just to hear into the valley.

The best of for about 2squid is a bargain.

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(38 replies, posted in Life)

danpiesley wrote:
under the arches wrote:

Not for naming & shaming. More self loathing.

7years ago i lost a stone & half to get down to 13stone.

I am now a touch over 15!! i is 5ft 10inch.

I need to lose a stone minimum. i agree hard work doing my laces up. Time for me to buck my ideas up!!

I'm 5' 9" and 15 - 9! - i'd like to drop a stone.

A bit of online motivation will be a step in the right direction though.  As I get older though I find I simply don't care.  No one to impress and the like.  However there is no way I am going up to a 38" waist - fuck that.

Wait till you try & buy a suit!!! 36'ers looked terrible. I nearly cried

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(2,545 replies, posted in Life)

Never a massive fan, but i could appreciate his work.

I remember the song Glam Racket slagging of Suede. That was good.

Sad news, we could do with more like him in a world that like Coldplay!

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(38 replies, posted in Life)

Not for naming & shaming. More self loathing.

7years ago i lost a stone & half to get down to 13stone.

I am now a touch over 15!! i is 5ft 10inch.

I need to lose a stone minimum. i agree hard work doing my laces up. Time for me to buck my ideas up!!

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(38 replies, posted in Life)

scootay wrote:

I'm a fat cunt at the moment

This

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(38 replies, posted in Life)

I wish i was 30 something.

I was thinner then!

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(38 replies, posted in Life)

I had to get a suit for a new job as the company i work for went bust.

Fuck me. No hiding from them mirrors. I cant fit into a whistle the size i thought i was. Bastards. Now a size 38inche waist ffs

Christ he looks terrible. I like the comment about being in Pink Floyd rather than Syd Barrett.

I havent listened to the album for ages. The bbc tapes are better.

Mick Head pisses all over Mavers for me. I used to love all that cosmic scouse stuff. What aload of bollocks.

I like Noel & Liam as characters, but i have lost interest in their music.

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(2,545 replies, posted in Life)

scootay wrote:
Mega Armageddon Chickens wrote:

Dolores O'Riordan. 46.

Bit shocked by this

Remember playing ode to my family a lot years ago. Some track that

No age. I remember i used to have the first album on tape. I spent a summer listening to it whilst i worked in a factory un wrapping window handles.

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(10 replies, posted in Wardrobe Department)

Body warmers

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(8 replies, posted in Books)

Nearly bought that. Looked good.

I bought Wilko Johnson one instead which is not bad

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(29 replies, posted in For those about to rock we salute you)

Just getting into Paul Drapers album.

It's really good

Not some new celebrity programme with cretins singing with no clothes on, but the Beatles album that McCartney stripped out.

I have to say i really like it & it pisses over the one treated by Phil Spector.

If there was another album to do the same what would you pick.

I would like to a job on the Oasis album Be Here Now. It really needs cutting but i would keep all the layers of guitars. Some songs need getting rid of as well such as the Noel one about pies. That is proper shite.

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(6 replies, posted in Life)

No. God knows where it went. I thought he was joking!

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(6 replies, posted in Life)

No. God knows where it went. I thought he was joking!

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(6 replies, posted in Life)

Just had a message from a 2nd cousin who is 50 odd who i havent seen in 10 odd years, that did i still have his skateboard that his mum gave me when i was 12! I am now 45!!

He was serious! talk about holding a grudge.

One of the best music books i have read. The last couple of chapters are immense.

Just read it. Excellent