It is sometimes the Basil Fawlty school of reviewing. You really are the lifeblood of this blog. Or whoever you choose to be. Oh sure, it leaves a trail of squashed and bewildered people in its wake. I very much understand your hate for the abomination that is the x-factor but to sound so bitter as to hack through a terribly written review with nothing but hate for this man just because he was on such a show is unnecessary.
Oh, and to save time - The Black Eyed Peas' new album is absolutely diabolical. No surprise there. Complain about this comment Comment number 76.
Well I am just about to eat my seventh christmas dinner in 3 days. Complain about this comment Comment number 63. While you will be able to view the content of this page in your current browser, you will not be able to get the full visual experience.
I feel I can structure a proper argument when it comes to music, because, above and before all else, I know about it now. Not sure if it's correct, but I'm sure I heard it mentioned on the radio sometime last year. Complain about this comment Comment number 26.
Future flops hate to use that word, and some of these releases I'd be happy to go on to receive chart success: We make our own mince pies every year I don't do them all by myself though ; Some years they turn out better than others, and I absolutely HATE the orange peel which is a real problem, but it's something we've always done, and it makes us feel all Christmassy at the start of December when we make them.
This MUST succeed... Oh, and here's my review. She was on an Irish chatshow last week and announced that she was about to begin recording her new album. And here is why... First time I read that I swear it said "seventeenth". Complain about this comment Comment number 14. Complain about this comment Comment number 88. Complain about this comment Comment number 30.
Just You and I. Never mind that this is a Biffy Clyro song, that it's about a curdled relationship with an obsessive edge, that it already exists in a pretty damn-near perfect form - sung by a man who knows how the tune goes - and that it already had a perfectly serviceable title in 'Many Of Horror'.
The theme tune to my LIFE!!: