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Duderonomy said:I’ve gone full circle with corny English Christmas songs and enjoy the classics now. The late ‘70s-mid’80s was the golden age.
I think the thing that keeps those tunes relevant are the memories of where you kept hearing them. For me, "Stop The Cavalry" is the boss because of the Salvation Army band sections. Reminds me of being outside Widn*s Hypermarket where the band were omnipresent during the festive season. Wizzard's "I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday" reminds me of kids riding around on Raleigh Chopper bikes and sneaking glasses of Warnink's Advocat when my mum and dad would have a house party and be doing the conga.
They are the only two good ones for me.
Worst ones are "Last Christmas" (it's about a fucking breakup) and the fucking nail in the coffin... "Feed the World". I mean, noble cause and all that, but it's unbearable to listen to for me. Bono acting the fuck out of it... Paul Young should have chinned him.