Growin' Up

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  • Birthday 03/23/1985

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    Mid Wales
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  • Springsteen fan since?
  • Does Mary's dress wave or sway?
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    Born in Mid Wales. Member of Greasylake since 2004, however following some error-my profile says 2006

    Recently graduated from the University of East Anglia school of Law in Norwich and the Katholike University of Leuven in Belgium. If anyone gets the chance to visit Leuven--take it--really great place.

    Football--team is the great Wolverhampton Wanderers (Sleeping giant--great in the 1950's--mediocre now

    Trying to get away from the interminable number of law books, Belgian Beer and travelling.

    Playing and watching Rugby

    Other Music- Pink Floyd, Dire Straits, Rilo Kiley, Jesse Malin, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Jackson Browne & Ryan Adams.
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  1. Chromatics - Kill for Love is an awesome album. 19/100
  2. The Borders is a top song.
  3. Or has the middle name Marmalade! Bloody southerners.
  4. It would have been great had a little blue pill been placed in front of him along with the raw eggs. It's an above average Bruce video; but can only be defined a masterpiece if you live in a bedsit and diet on repeats of Jerry Springer.
  5. Out today. His best album since the Fine Art of Self Destruction imo.
  6. I would. Give me 5 mins alone with the man and he'll be burning his seeger banjos on a bonfire of unsold High Hopes records. Repent Brucie, repent.
  7. Bruce should get rid of this Christian rock yes man, get a proper producer in who'll stand up to him and record an album with all the E Street band in one room. It's probably going to be the last studio album with the band - do it right.
  8. He sounds as if he's had a stroke.
  9. That's nothing. Waitrose were out of onions yesterday. Ruined my recipe.
  10. 'Blinded by the Light is one of the best films of the summer. A big, bright British musical movie hit, it is ostensibly about a teenage British Pakistani boy in Luton in 1987 who, inspired by the music and lyrics of Bruce Springsteen, finds his own voice as a writer. But for the film's writer and director Gurinder Chadha, it's actually about Brexit'
  11. As usual, Little White Lies are spot on with their review of BTBL.
  12. I've just been to see it and I enjoyed it despite being slightly cynical. Yes, it's naff, yes it's corny and I probably wouldn't watch it again - but the majority of fans will give it the thumbs up. 3*
  13. Also free tickets for Times / Sunday Times subscribers.