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Old 17-03-2006, 13:50   #81
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Opinions and arseholes and all that.

I've had some professional dealings with him and he's actually a pretty nice guy IRL.
You his charlie dealer?

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Opinions and arseholes and all that.

I've had some professional dealings with him and he's actually a pretty nice guy IRL.
I've had personal dealings with Tony Blair and found him very nice but still think he is a control freak who has taken the country down a dangerous road. I could find you people you think i was kind, considerate and couldn't be nicer, i could also find you people who think i'm inapproachable and a bit scary. In reality I can be all of those things. People project different things at different times, i'm just going on his interviews and what i've seen and heard live. Oh and the fact he did 4 months in jail for what I think was threatening behaviour.

at Dave though
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Old 17-03-2006, 14:20   #83
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You his charlie dealer?

(j/k)
Sshhhh you'll have Johnny frothing
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Ian Brown sticks to the herb. So he says in interviews.
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As Kirs-tea says, there are SO many more gigs I would never touch with a barge pole, so I'm going to cheat:

Any boy band (or artist previously associated with one)
Any reality show winner
Any kind of ball-less, soul-less corporate mush (a neat umbrella for Jamie Callum, Coldplay, Katie Melua, etc)
Any "novelty act" (chas n Dave, Wurzels, etc)
Any country and western act (I have enough trouble without hearing how everyone's left you and your only friend is your dog).

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Any "novelty act" (chas n Dave)
Any country and western act
Chas n Dave are actually pretty solid musicians and a lot of fun live

No Country? No Johnny Cash, Patsy Cline or even Mojo Nixon?
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Reckon Johnny Cash would be disappointing these days
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Even dead and buried he'd still **** on most other musicians.
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As Kirs-tea says, there are SO many more gigs I would never touch with a barge pole, so I'm going to cheat:

Any boy band (or artist previously associated with one)
Any reality show winner
Any kind of ball-less, soul-less corporate mush (a neat umbrella for Jamie Callum, Coldplay, Katie Melua, etc)
Any "novelty act" (chas n Dave, Wurzels, etc)
Any country and western act (I have enough trouble without hearing how everyone's left you and your only friend is your dog).
Cheating.... Hmmm....... Good thinking!
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Old 17-03-2006, 18:58   #91
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i almost died when foo figters came on at leeds last year (no lie.) the most=h pit becamecompressed, i lost my footing at about 8 people fell on top of me, i ran out of oxygen, and lost consiousness, lucky some guy was there to save me. anyway, i will still go and see them, only if i am at the back !

i wont go and see
the darkness - i just cant stand them - its a return ticket, not a trip and back :s
kaiser chiefs / arctic monkeys - instead of a ticket fee, you have to give them a ar stereo
james ******* - sorry i just dont like him, pussy.
limp bizkit - fred should have stoped writing after significant others
any manufactured pop group - i.e g4, westlife.... no talent what so ever...

why are so many people saying radiohead, never seen them myself, but i do like them
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I've had personal dealings with Tony Blair and found him very nice but still think he is a control freak who has taken the country down a dangerous road. I could find you people you think i was kind, considerate and couldn't be nicer, i could also find you people who think i'm inapproachable and a bit scary. In reality I can be all of those things. People project different things at different times, i'm just going on his interviews and what i've seen and heard live. Oh and the fact he did 4 months in jail for what I think was threatening behaviour.

at Dave though

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i almost died when foo figters came on at leeds last year (no lie.) the most=h pit becamecompressed, i lost my footing at about 8 people fell on top of me, i ran out of oxygen, and lost consiousness, lucky some guy was there to save me. anyway, i will still go and see them, only if i am at the back !
Really? I watched for half an hour and thought they were boring, easily the worst i've seen them (5 times) went and watched Bad Religion who ended up my favourite band of the weekend. The Foos are always the same, they play well but thats pretty much all, like an old book or film you love. Sometimes it can be exactly what you want but they just sound like their records turned up to 11 and just leave me yawning.
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