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  • 40 Questions on my Top 50

    Jun 16 2008, 13h03

    1. How did you get into 31?: Hot Water Music
    My friend played me one of their songs, and I think I downloaded their version of Radio but thought it was the Alkaline Trio version.

    2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?: Frank Turner
    Pretty sure it was Thatcher Fucked The Kids, coz that was on his myspace.

    3. What's your favourite lyric by 29?: Sabrepulse
    Not really any lyrics to his songs, just jibberish or no singing at all. I love the name Phalanx though.

    4. What is your favourite album by 49?: The Beach Boys
    I only have their best of album, so, their best of album.

    5. How many albums by 13 do you own?: Green Day
    4 altogether I think: Nimrod, Dookie, American Idiot and International Superhits

    6. What is your favourite song by 50?: Red Hot Chili Peppers
    All Around The World

    7. Is there a song by 4 that makes you sad?: Tiger Army
    The Long Road is a nice one.

    8. What is your favourite song by 15?: Foo Fighters
    Er, DOA maybe

    9. What is your favourite song by 5?: The Clash
    Probably Train In Vain, or Clampdown

    10. Is there a song by 6 that makes you happy?: NOFX
    Probably Linoleum, it's my favourite by them aswell

    11. What is your favourite album by 40?: Klaxons
    They only have one..

    12. What is your favourite song by 12?: The Stone Roses
    Tell Me, or Sally Cinnamon

    13. What is a good memory you have involving 33?: X-Ray Spex
    I used to love laying on my bed listening to Germ-Free Adolescents

    14. What is your favourite song by 37?: Paul Weller
    You Do Something To Me, or Wild Wood

    15. Is there a song by 19 that makes you happy?: Randy
    I always love listening to Banhof Zoo

    16. How many times have you seen 24 live?: Robbie Williams
    I saw him play knebworth, amazing gig.

    17. What is the first song you ever heard by 17?: Sex Pistols
    Probably God Save the Queen

    18. What is your favourite album by 11?: Muse
    Absolution without a doubt.

    19. Who is a favourite member of 1?: Reuben
    That's a really hard question, I love all three of them. Probably Jamie Lenman because he wrote all the songs.

    20. Have you ever seen 14 live?: Gogol Bordello
    Yes! I saw them at Reading Festival 2007

    21. What is a good memory involving 21?: Ramones
    I had their entire discography when I went to the Isle of Wight, whenever I listen to Ramones now I always think of the Isle of Wight.

    22. What is your favourite song by 16?: Descendents
    Talking, I love the chord changes in that song.

    23. What is the first song you ever heard by 47?: The Pogues
    Fairytale of New York.

    24. What is your favourite album by 45?: Gym Class Heroes
    None tbh, gone off them BIG time.

    25. What is your favourite song by 18?: Alkaline Trio
    Definately I Was A Prayer

    26. What is the first song you ever heard by 38?: Madness
    It Must Be Love I think

    27. What is your favourite lyric by 3?: Misfits
    "Presidents bullet ridden body in the street, ride sally, ride."

    28. What is you favourite song by 2?: The Jam
    Boy About Town, or Down In The Tube Station At Midnight

    29. What was the first song you ever heard by 32?: Danzig
    Mother

    30. What is you favourite song by 8?: Mindless Self Indulgence
    Golden I

    31. How many times have you seen 17 live?: Sex Pistols
    Never, had the oppurtunity last year, but wouldn't want to see a bunch of old men prancing around on stage.

    32. Is there a song by 44 that makes you happy?: The Offspring
    I like Hit That

    33. What is you favourite album by 9?: Flogging Molly
    Swagger

    34. What is the worst song by 46?: CSS
    I dunno, but some of it's a bit too weird for me.

    35. What was the first song you ever heard by 34?: The Adicts
    You know I couldn't even tell you a name of their song now, I don't really listen to them anymore

    36. What is you favourite album by 42?: Bad Brains
    Don't even know any names of their albums.

    37. How many times have you seen 39 live?: Rancid
    Never

    38. What is your favourite album by 35?: Anti-Flag
    For Blood And Empire

    39. What was the first song you ever heard by 28?: MxPx
    No idea

    40. What is you favourite album by 7?: Bad Religion
    Suffer
  • PUNK FANS!!! Read

    Abr 3 2008, 8h20

    All fans of Sex Pistols and other bands like Bouncing Souls you're gonna love new up and coming Kent band-

    depressed jester


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  • Top Fifteen Albums Of All Time!

    Fev 14 2008, 12h19

  • The Goodies, The Baddies and The just plain Awful

    Jan 28 2008, 12h25

    Wed 23 Jan – Reuben, Revolt, Baddies

    I arrived at this gig with a very open mind. I had seen Reuben many times before, and I knew what to expect. I was actually looking forward to hearing the support acts, Reuben always pick great support. In fact the only time i haven't heard a good band support Reuben was at the Scuzz gig. But they didn't even organise that.
    Anyways, Baddies were on first, so I popped to the bar, grabbed a few bottles of water and shuffled my way to the front.
    Baddies came on, and they were superb, their catchy riffs and effortless vocals were something I didn't expect from these guys. They were fantastic live and they had a great look about them that showed such "genuine-ness". If that can actually be regarded as a real word.
    The second band, Revolt, were just as I thought they would be, amateur, pop-punk and show-offs.
    It's like they knew they could play their instruments, and went out of their ways to show they could. Their poor stage presence, and blonde-haired twat of a guitarist, who actually was just up there all night to annoy me. The singer was some 14 year old girl that just dropped out of singing lessons, and as for their cover of "Crazy" by Gnarls Barkley, it's like they tried too hard and failed miserably. I really was not impressed with this band, although their lead guitarist, the one who looked like he was in school uniform without the tie was actually quite impressive, and could shred like a bugger!
    Reuben, of course, were absolutely amazing. It was the best time I’ve seen them; I was right at the front, right opposite Jim, just behind Jon’s girlfriend Abi. Was a great spot, and they played a great set, although the end of the set was a tad weak, I agree with what Jim said about playing ‘A Short History Of Nearly Everything’ at the end. Jim was as funny as ever, always making everyone laugh. He is such a charismatic singer and is very, very good at what he does best.
    All in all, although the disappointment in the middle of the gig, it was a great night, and I thoroughly enjoyed myself. My main mission now is to get my hands on some Baddies stuff. I keep listening to Battleship on their myspace, it’s a great song, check them out www.myspace.com/listentobaddies


    Peace out, x

    M_P
  • Hey!

    Ago 24 2005, 16h42

    Welcome all to the BritPunk fan group. All fans of the British Punk regieme, enjoy!
  • 13th Sept

    Ago 23 2005, 18h51

    On the 13th September, I will be going to see Mindless Self Indulgence in concert!