Saturday, August 12, 2006

“Late night, come home / Work sucks, I know”

It's been a wee while since my last Six Line Review, so you can check out my latest one by clicking here.


Blogger Adam said...

Good review, so true - work sucks.

I've listened to a lot of My Chemical Romance, one of my favs - I expected you to say manic street preachers - I've never heard them, but i'm bout to.

12 August, 2006 02:34  
Blogger Candy Minx said...

Ha ha oh it is true. and what a crazy situation, if we didn't work we can't afford to play.

who invented this idea of work anyhoo?

Oh right, the damned farmers "oh I know lets lock up the food and then sell it back to each other"

12 August, 2006 03:46  
Blogger a.c.t said...

I bet you don't watch that much porn really. What would your cara moglie say?

12 August, 2006 11:37  
Blogger * (asterisk) said...

Adam: The first three Manics albums are the best, in this order: The Holy Bible, Generation Terrorists, Gold Against the Soul, IMHO. The fourth is okay in parts. The fifth I hated. I gave up after that.

Candy: Catch-22, huh?

ACT: Ha! I don't watch that much really, no. But I've always been fascinated by it. I mean, who isn't? What's that Manic Street Preachers lyric: "My idea of love comes from a childhood glimpse of pornography" ("Life Becoming a Landslide", from Gold Against the Soul).

12 August, 2006 12:48  
Blogger Red said...

Adam, don't listen to *! The order in which you should get your Manics albums is:

The Holy Bible
Gold Against the Soul
Generation Terrorists (this is overlong and so, so self-indulgent, with only a handful of great tracks).

I agree with him on the later albums, though. Steer clear, they're cack.

12 August, 2006 18:33  
Blogger a.c.t said...

I wouldn't say fascinated/ For a start the actors are always mingers aren't they? But it's great for comedy value - especially the scandinavian ones with doctors with big moustaches. I used to love 'Euro Trash' for all the double entendres.

12 August, 2006 20:07  
Blogger * (asterisk) said...

Red: Actually I said that was the order of best to worst, not the best order to buy them, per se. ;-P
As a purist, I would say the best order to buy and listen is chronological. BUT, Adam, if you're only going to buy one, make it The Holy Bible.

ACT: Certainly the men are ALWAYS mingers. It's, like, the law or something. It's interesting how the films have changed over the decades, though, too.

13 August, 2006 09:54  

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