Jesus was the sheriff

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  1. I like a lot about her, but can't really get excited about her songs. I'm pretty open to female pop singers but there's nothing really about her stuff that really grabs me. Hopefully she builds on her great start rather than fizzling out, but we'll see.
  2. I'm not a huge fan, but I enjoyed Monster a lot back in the day, and still have a lot of time for New Adventures (and Automatic to some extent) Saw them live on the tour for Up and they were pretty damn good.
  3. I loved it then, and still do - can't get enough of it. On the other hand, science does tell us that the '78 version of Prove It All Night is duller than literally any version that doesn't go on as long (which is every other version)
  4. Can't make this latest date, but I saw them previously and they were pretty damn good. Not just 'greatest hits' either but stuff like Stolen Car and I'll Work For Your Love when I saw them. Worth a few quid of anyone's money.
  5. Squirrel and G-Man Twenty Four Hour Party People Plastic Face Carnt Smile (White Out) - Happy Mondays
  6. Promised You A Miracle - Simple MInds
  7. Finally remembered to pick this up: what a treat. PdR was the first bootleg I ever heard; my dad's friend from work gave us a tape of it and I remember being blown away by Backstreets with the Sad Eyes ending. Glad to find that its power endures to this day - what a show!
  8. I don't have a strong preference, but the WB tour was so amazing that I'd be very happy to give that band another spin around the globe.
  9. The sample track I heard (Pity The Poor Immigrant) didn't get the juices flowing at all. Although it did cause me to dip back into the excellent 'born again' set, which for me really was the best eye-opener since the original 1-3 box.
  10. Struggling to get excited about his one, but will happily be proven wrong when I inevitably buy it.
  11. Pretty self-indulgent, I thought, but it had some nice moments. I have no clue how it's possibly enjoyable by folk who don't know the real-life events it's based around: it seemed to me that the knowledge added a lot of much-needed focus and tension to the film. Some beautiful scenes with Leo though, for sure, and a lot of lovely shots. I could have lived without Pacino, or the sudden outburst of narration towards the end. But for sure if anyone ever asks me "Name a film that doesn't fit into any genre" I have a good answer now.
  12. I see that Christic is already topping most people's lists, so my work here is done!