twisty

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  1. good video always liked that song . oz is very lucky to get morello he is very animated.
  2. nice job gina. n sorry for the battle scenes inbetween lol
  3. and some people just cant be arsed cause its a internet site . the same as texting
  4. bobby jean finally a proper classic lol hope he plays it every show
  5. nothing new in that set cept high hopes. some might wet themselves online over incident and racing but most crowds just think wtf is this and whens it over lol
  6. listening to some audio rips i done. nebraska at mo from storytellers ,its crap to be nice about it lol such a poor story tellers that was. think i,ll skip to something better
  7. book of dreams. lovely song under appreciated it seems
  8. i have a virtual stable online you can train and run your own horses in races against other stables in real cash races. ive named quite a few from bruce songs lol. some luckier than others. shame isnt more bruce fans on it id like my lucky day to race someones thunder road lol
  9. seen quite a few lately heres a few looper - good film but is ruined when the kid and mother enter the picture like so many good films lawless - was decent could of been better total recal 2012 - soulless no humour but it looked good expendables 2 - i really enjoyed it savages - good film liked it a lot the apiration - boring horror cliche predictable one of worst films ive seen this year the watch - was ok silly but not bad
  10. just put on the rising album not heard some of the songs in a while lonesome day about to finish at mo sounds good
  11. apart from a older fan base in the u.s politics is to the blame. whether its agreeing with his or not and just not wanting to buy a artists music that is politically minded. we all know it isn't but every dumbass reporter reviewer has to mention it on every release he makes which is. bound to put people of buying new material. he is tagged as the voice of america yet america isn't listening the rest of the world is though europe is listening dancing singing and jumping up and down lol also if you remember the last time he was politically active he struggled to sell out shows . big mistake commercially to get involved. what he needs to do is get a hit single something fun/sunny day type but modern if he wants to claw back sales in the u.s .plus clarence is gone illegal downloads is rife etc etc. compared to other older acts though he is doing awesome as far as i can see. on all levels
  12. nice to see it going up again there. think it went back up a bit somewhere else as well cant remember where
  13. Celebrity fans

    yikes no way. penn is as decent as you can get. he dont take crap but thats a good thing. and he was engaged to brucs sister way before he was big himself, penn is the real deal. not some celeb
  14. Celebrity fans

    as big fan of sean penn i cam across this the other day thought it was intresting When it came time for the award presentation, San Jose State's acting president, Don Kassing, took the Oscars-style podium to briefly extol the virtues of Penn -- only to announce mysteriously, "But I will not be presenting this award to Sean tonight." Instead, he said, they arranged to fly in the first recipient of the Steinbeck Award (gasps from audience members in the know) all the way from New Jersey (more gasps): "Bruce Springsteen." Rock-concert-style shrieking ensued as the Boss came out and took over the podium. For a moment anyway, Penn's show was stolen. Waiting until the bedlam died down, a nervous Springsteen gave a little tribute. "My friend Sean Penn is very cool," he said to applause. "He has a little bit of that 1940s Robert Mitchum cool. My admiration even survived his dating my sister -- but it was close." Turning serious, Springsteen said of Penn's artistry: "He risks his coolness with the choices he makes. He never cheats the audience. You know when you see his movies he's gonna show you the goods." With that he handed Penn the award, a small bust of Steinbeck. Penn thanked Springsteen, "one of the most important creative inspirations in my life." And he asked the audience's indulgence as he read a five-minute passage railing about war that also sounded like vintage Penn. He finished it by noting that its author was, in fact, Steinbeck, and then encouraged listeners to vote in November, noting that "a vote for the current administration is a vote for cowardice and stupidity." The event over and daughter sent home, Penn was eager to hang with Springsteen before the Boss grabbed a red-eye back home, so Penn zipped off with him to Tosca, where they immediately commandeered the private back room. Penn ordered drinks and Springsteen shot pool. Soon, well-wishers Lars Ulrich of Metallica, District Attorney Kamala Harris and Peter and Stefani Coyote descended upon them. Asked if Penn really dated his sister, Springsteen laughed. "Yes, he really did. But all other questions must be addressed to the man of the hour." He pointed his pool cue in Penn's direction. There was a rumor that Penn was nervous before the event. "Who told you that?" he frowned. "I wasn't nervous. But I knew the whole thing was going to be so damn polished, and I didn't want to be the one rough part." Asked if he deserves the award, Penn paused. He took a sip of his drink and squinted, Robert Mitchum-style. "This was enjoyable and flattering and encouraging tonight. You hope to earn the award later, if you haven't already. You know, I don't think there's anyone who thinks they're doing enough." Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2004/09/13/DDGS68N7CT1.DTL&ao=all#ixzz1qDzqovno
  15. looks like bruce will drop to number 5 in the uk with military wives going number 1. http://www.nme.com/news/bruce-springsteen/62621