Saturday, March 22, 2008

Thursday, March 20, 2008

Random ten

Featuring artists, songs, albums, etc... with the word "the"

1. Standing In The Way Of Control- The Gossip
2. Something's Gone Wrong Again- The Buzzcocks
3. Fade Away- Oasis ('The Masterplan')
4. Sleazy Hughes- Joe Lean And The Jing Jang Jong
5. Otis- The Durutti Column
6. What Became Of The Likely Lads- The Libertines
7. The Drugs Don't Work- The Verve
8. Fools Gold- The Stone Roses
9. Overload- Sugababes ('Overload: The Singles Collection')
10. I Wish- Babyshambles ('The Blinding EP')

11. Cigarettes And Alcohol (demo version)- Oasis ('Stop The Clocks')
12. Make It Wit Chu- Queens Of The Stone Age

I must say, that is an absolutely hilarious array of tunes...

Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

'Baddies Boogie'- Live in Milan

"She's far too good-looking to do the cooking now, well, that was 20 years ago..."

Monday, March 17, 2008


can hardly wait for the piccies! That jacket is gorg!


Great timing for this story, as St. Paddy's Day isn't exactly known for the drinking of the

Scientists say wine damages the brain more than beer affecting the hippocampus. That is the part of the brain that deals with memory and spatial awareness. Researchers in Germany found wine shrinks the hippocampus by as much as 10%.


Love the 'Babes....

The secret of the Sugababes' success, if there is one, involves a formula based on such variables as luck, talent, timing, personality, management, image, production and, in particular, some irresistible hit singles (Freak Like Me, Round Round). From the moment the trio appeared in September 2000, with the skewed, R&B-flavoured pop of their debut single Overload, it was clear they were strikingly different from the UK pop norm. In contrast to the shiny happy entertainers Steps and S Club 7, here were three sullen teenagers barely able to raise a smile between them. More importantly, here was a pop act that actually produced music worthy of attention. NME named Overload its single of the week, and the band have continued to make fresh, credible, memorable pop ever since.

Sunday, March 16, 2008