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10 months ago
Quicksand
Ever thought that maybe he didn't have any demons and just liked drugs? It happens. Great actor though, such a shame.
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11 months ago
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To be fair, Jeremy Irons only hams it up when the part calls for it e.g. Die Hard; With a Vengeance. However, he's perfectly capable of playing it straight, Kingdom of Heaven, for instance. He's a bloody good actor, in my opinion.
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11 months ago
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Grinds my gears when people sell bootlegs or charge you for listening to them, as it goes against the whole taping ethos.
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11 months ago
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Ydde Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > quicksand, don't confuse the americans with real > football I never would, it's just rugby for pansies at the end of the day ;)
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11 months ago
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Andrew Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Can you possibly post without bitching at me about > something? > It's getting old. > > Stan wrote his bio, not me. Merely an observation.
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11 months ago
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Victor Ebubedike was another, the American announcers used to love mispronouncing his name ;)
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11 months ago
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Captain Can Man Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Since they are trying to integrate the NFL into > London, do you think there is a big enough fan > base for it to be a success? It goes in cycles to be honest. As a couple of times a year spectacle it'll probably continue to do well (shitloads of ex-pat Americans in London, for starters). Beyond that,
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11 months ago
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Gaz H Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > New Orleans Saints fan here, Follow NFL on a > regular basis, The game seems to be taking off the > past couple of years over here especially with the > Wembley regular season games, increased TV > coverage etc > > As for the superbowl, tough one to call, Think it > will be high scoring but ca
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11 months ago
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paullogue Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Cough! Errr ... the name of a well known > Progressive Rock band that has shred hero Greg's > older brother Steve on Guitar and the man with the > flute and funny stance's brother Jon on vocals? If you ever need a proper drummer instead of a bald, yokel, gay boy; Steve's son Dylan is pretty good :)
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11 months ago
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The improbable life of Stan Bush's "The Touch" This cheeseball rock anthem first came to prominence as the "theme" of the 1986 Transformers animated movie. Since then, it's managed to crop up in the strangest of places — and seemingly refuses to die. It's not a good song. We should say that right up top: The lyrics are trite and hackneyed, the musicianship is perfuncto
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11 months ago
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How the hell did you get involved with a bunch of Brummies?
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11 months ago
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Nevermind that! 'Your Time' a viral video with 184,000 views? What the hell does that make 'Wrecking Ball' by Miley Cyrus with half a BILLION views then? Ron Jeremy's parody of it has 3 million views in 2 weeks! And Andrew complains about press releases full of hyperbole!
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11 months ago
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mike1990 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > AND, technically, no matter who wins, my Colts are > the Champs since they beat both the Broncos and > Seahawks in the regular season ;-) Ha, Wolves beat Man Utd. and Chelsea one year...still got fucking relegated though :)
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11 months ago
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Only €750 for the full VIP treatment (including 4* hotel accommodation), doesn't that seem a bit cheap?
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11 months ago
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Yay, America for the win, go Seabroncos ;)
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11 months ago
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Brilliant film! And Grunge hero Dave Grohl says nice stuff about MR stars, whodda thunked it.
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11 months ago
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Walk In The Shadows Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > John Corabi was the best singer MOtley had. Didn't add much to the'dangerous' tag though, did he?
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11 months ago
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Deadwing Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Is it sad to charge $1495 for a vip ticket for a 3 > day music festival with bands that the majority > of people have never heard of? Is it about the > music or is it about bleeding every last cent from > the people that keep you alive?? You decide!! Twat, I just spat burger everywhere! :)
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11 months ago
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Daredevil Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I have never seen a weak Mötley Crüe show with > Vince Neil. He is without the shadow of a doubt > one of the all time greatest frontmen. That is one > of the reasons they still fill arenas worldwide > and do not have play sheds or clubs, like many of > their peers. Ha, you do make me smile! H
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11 months ago
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seventhsea Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Quicksand Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > So, is the HMV Institute the old Custard > Factory, > > or is that another place? > > > > Shame the Hummingbird has shut AGAIN! Saw some > > great bands there over the years: Dan Reed >
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11 months ago
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So, is the HMV Institute the old Custard Factory, or is that another place? Shame the Hummingbird has shut AGAIN! Saw some great bands there over the years: Dan Reed Neetwork, RHCP, Henry Rollins, Faith No More, Nirvana, Soundgarden, Fishbone, Jane's Addiction, The Almighty, Faster Pussycat and many more!
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11 months ago
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Is the HMV Institute the old Hummingbird? Or is it the one in Digbeth?
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11 months ago
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nivjourney Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Does this mean we can expect some of the most > depressing power ballads ever? > I think it does! > Niv They'll be sung beautifully though and there'll be a key change just after the guitar solo!
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11 months ago
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Just hover over the link and the answer's right at the bottom of the screen, unless you're on a mobile device of course!
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11 months ago
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d2cheer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Kelly Keagy and Jake Blades are the singers. > > Did they originally try to mask the fact that > Kelly sang? For some reason I just found it > really weird to see it on Sister Christian. IMHO > they basically sound the same. They used to hide the drummer behind a curtain originally and preten
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11 months ago
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MIKE Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Not answering to you in particular but what did > anyone really expect. 80's glam metal/hair > metal/aor/melodic rock has always been given a > hard time.Lets be honest much of it is deserved; i > mean jeez just look at some of the bands and their > image and that's before we even get started at > s
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11 months ago
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I loved the EP (had the original vinyl mix on import) and the first two albums but by the time Dancing Undercover came out, it was obvious they'd run out of ideas!
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11 months ago
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JIMMY AGATES Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Dancing Undercover is Ratts finest moment. Really?
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11 months ago
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Not really comedy but reet clever and pretty funny! OK Go - This Too Shall Pass
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11 months ago
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Bait and switch! Good album/shit album release schedule ;)
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