Saturday, August 18, 2007

This picture took 10 years off my life

Sweet fancy Jesus, he's trying to kill me.

At V Festival- pic by Jo McCaughey

Friday, August 17, 2007

Babyshambles- 'Delivery'

Based on this, I'd say their new album will debut in the top ten. Maybe top five. Love the "whoa" bit at the end....


From the homecoming concert at Caird Hall in Dundee. Kyle, put your shoes on!


Thursday, August 16, 2007

Random Ten

This is a GREAT one!

1. Delivery- Babyshambles
2. All You Have To Do- Jet
3. Champagne Supernova- Oasis
4. (Songs For My) Sugar-Spun Sister- The Stone Roses
5. Flights In the Sea (Lovely Rain)- Graham Coxon
6. Reptilia- The Strokes
7. Wake Me Up- Girls Aloud
8. Solid Gold Easy Action- T.Rex
9. Stumble and Fall- Razorlight
10. Ooh La- The Kooks

11. I Get Along- The Libertines
12. Women's Needs- The Cribs

Wednesday, August 15, 2007


marquesina, originally uploaded by _Natu.

Tuesday, August 14, 2007

"I am McLovin"

I cannot emphasize enough how NSFW this trailer for 'Superbad' is. Awesome.....

Monday, August 13, 2007

Things that make you go "SQUEE"

Yes, yes, yes, I know. Somewhat derivative. Slightly thuggish. Mouthy. Like those are bad qualities. Upon reading this bit of news this AM, I'd be lying if I said that I didn't do the happy dance.

Oasis have announced they are to release new material this year -tour documentary 'Lord Don't Slow Me Down'. The band are bringing out the on-the-road film on DVD on October 29. The movie follows Oasis on their last world tour, taking in 26 countries and two million fans, and features unique backstage access and interviews with the whole band. The release also features new Noel Gallagher- fronted title track, 'Lord Don't Slow Me Down', over the film's credits.

The DVD release will feature the full-length film - and edited version was shown on British TV last year - along with a host of extras.Footage of a Noel Gallagher fan Q&A is also included, while the whole band have provided an alternative 'directors commentary' to the film.

Additionally, the release will feature a second disc with footage from the band's homecoming show at Manchester City's Eastlands Stadium on July 2, 2005. The concert, shot in high definition colour, includes 16 tracks, along with a montage of pictures sent in by fans.

To whet you appetite you can read NME.COM's
review of Oasis' City of Manchester Stadium shows online now.

Oasis have confirmed that they "are currently preparing a brand new album for release in 2008".

I believe the phrase I'm looking for is-


This is the tour film which produced this clip.

Our Kid dancing badly, unaware that he is being filmed, My Beloved Noel laughing at him and Captain, My Captain Thomas Meighan in the background, ranting about 'Star Wars' in fluent Nerd.

Which I believe is the universal language.

Sunday, August 12, 2007

British Indie

Oh Lord, I can't handle this- The Smiths, The Roses and Oasis. May faint. From the BBC documentary, '7 Ages Of Rock."

'Roll With It'- TOTP

A repeat again, but this is so very funny. Why?

1. This is obviously when Robbie Williams was still in his Oasis fanboy stage
2. Liam is not a guitar player. At all.
3. Noel is "singing" but it's Liam's voice. Hmmmmm.....

I know Jen's going to say, "You're a lying sack of crap, Cy! Noel was good-looking back then!" Let me tell you, doll, the cuteness that you see here? Was not par for the course till about 2000.

Hmmm, now I kind of feel like watching 'Country House' on TOTP. Thank God I don't have a damn thing to do today....