Posts from 28th May 2002

May 02

The RIAA can just…

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The RIAA can just…no, no…we won’t get into that again. So, in a completely unsurprising move (perhaps only mildly shocking in just how long it took), The RIAA have finally sued Audio Galaxy, the peoples choice in the post-Napster file sharing game. I won’t bother with the legal or technological details (the sites themselves go into them excruciatingly), but I will say that if you want any free & easy mp3s, now’s the time to get them: AG will probably be gone, perhaps 6 months from now, perhaps a week. (Yes, yes, another service will pop up in it’s place two-six months later, but hey, I’m a now now now kinda guy.)


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It’s Mike Oldfields CHILLOUT ALBUM!!!!!!!!!!!! *hides in corner*

The terrorists have won. This was apparently GESTATED in the midst of a prolonged stay in Ibiza which is surely the final nail in the tacky holiday resorts coffin!!! The chillout phenomena is hideously repulsive enough as it is b-b-b-but MIKE OLDFIELD? Death warrant NOW! Oh and speaking of horror, have you seen the INDIE BOY ‘chillout’ equivalent? I talk not only of ‘Quiet Revolution’ feat Badly Dressed Twat et al, I speak of Cigarettes and Alcohol: Saturday Night and Sunday Morning – or something along those lines. Saturday Night features the aforereferenced Oasis track, Cum On Feel the Noize ect ect whilst Sunday Morning features the dulcet tones of Coldplay to recover to after your night out on the BIRDS BOOZE AND FAGS. This must END. When you’re that hungover the only thing you should be listening to is HOLLYOAKS anyway never mind this ‘music’ rubfest – you should have had enough of that down the club/pub jukebox/singsong on the way home. MUNTERS!

Jason Donovan

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Suprisingly enough, I wasn’t a big fan of Jason when it came to ‘Especially For You’. It took a few years and a drunken singalong walking back along steep deserted tree lined lake district roads for that one to mature like a FINE WINE. ‘Too Many Broken Hearts in the World’, now theres ya talking. Still, he will always be known for ‘Jason and the Technicolour Dreamcoat’ as far as I’m concerned. Good to see he’s playing more gigs and you can all ‘check him out’ as they say, playing with someone (god knows who) called ‘So Solid Crews’ at Skegness Butlins. What type of a name is So Solid Crew anyway? So Solid POO more like. JASON ROOLZ and u all s uck crbp cock u weiners!