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Rag n Bone Man is my Mum's best friend's son. We saw him twice at G in 2015. Gully mid afternoon and Park at an ungodly hour on sunday.

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On 17 September 2016 at 11:28 PM, rivalschools.price said:

I gave up on KOL about two or three albums ago but I'd watch them 10 times in a row before I watched Sting

 

On 17 September 2016 at 11:28 PM, rivalschools.price said:

I gave up on KOL about two or three albums ago but I'd watch them 10 times in a row before I watched Sting

 

On 17 September 2016 at 11:02 PM, rivalschools.price said:

I gave up on KOL about two or three albums ago but I'd watch them 10 times in a row before I watched Sting

I'd rather read this post 3 times than watch KOL once.

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dont know wot i missed but i caught the last of a shit thing before Beth

oooohhhhhh Beth wtf has happened i love old Beth but shit is she looking old that was a shit song and very sad

suggggs

 has he got bad eyes is he steve wonder  and who is the bloke whos sat behind ..oh its rag and bone man lololol..gotta love suggs

next we have thom yorkes dad ..........and was that jimmy summerville on small guitar ....apart from that ive slit my wrists

and the wifes cos its still going on ...........................too the rescue i doubt it....the fucking dogs gonna get it in a mo cos that was shit no as bad as Beth tho poor girl

madnessSSSSSS looking old boys ....apperently they were great at BOOM BUT i was really into that but hey there legends

THE BIG BLOKE........was ok till he turned in to greg porter with that stupid hat and fucking jools on the keys so thats another tick in his fucking book ......

and it our Beth.....ive seen her quite a few times but i dont think ill be seeing her any time soon ...shame...

the one i missed and thank god wot a load of shit and wots all jerking around about fucking shit me not hes shit....and hes got no balls worse than Beth .

blarrrrrrrryakkkblarrblarryak

how comes the ragNbone man gets to sit down and chill and drink his beer

blarrblarrblaaarrrr

ooo god sound cheerful

Jamie T ... ummm not sure wot to make of this i sort of like it reckon it would sound good with a backing band ....best so far

D.C..yep very cheerful actually quite funny lol ....lol yea i liked that put a smile on this otherwise miserable face lol

M....okish but they need to buy bigger hats.

all in all that was shit and im now off to do some aunty vals and sleep lol

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On 17/09/2016 at 2:01 PM, Scruffylovemonster said:

See I hate the man but agree with him on this. 

I'd prefer to be down to my last penny to when I pop my clogs. Otherwise I would forever (in to eternity) consider myself to be a failure. And we don't want that, do we?

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10 hours ago, fatyeti24 said:

i haven't seen any of this current series of Later, but i haven't missed one of Guy's reviews.

cheers old son ... theres been no good shows have there ...

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i was really shocked at BETH Ortons songs tho they were Bad

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On 17/09/2016 at 1:46 PM, swede said:

Can't excuse his smugness at all, he's really a horrible creature.

Between gloating that he's going to spend all his money before he dies so his kids don't inherit anything and his horrible vineyard tours, where visitors pay crazy amounts of money to press the grapes that go into his wine, the man really is a piece of shit 

Sting's ex-accountants helped him spend all his money before he died - they ripped him off. :lol:

And did you know, Sting owns a shitload of Indian restaurants? That's always amused me as it seems such an odd thing for a whitey-investor to buy into.

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Declan McKenna on tonight. We saw him at Glastonbury and Latitude and I think he's pretty good. Nice to see some younger talent on the way up.

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55 minutes ago, Waapster said:

Declan McKenna on tonight. We saw him at Glastonbury and Latitude and I think he's pretty good. Nice to see some younger talent on the way up.

Cant wait for tonight. The Mckenna's are family friends with one of Dec's older brothers being a best mate, have been going to see Dec perform since he was 14 so tonight feels like a landmark in his still very very early career. He's still not even 18 for christ sake and he's about to be on one of the biggest music shows in the country with bazza Gibb. - its mental.

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1 hour ago, eFestivals said:

Sting's ex-accountants helped him spend all his money before he died - they ripped him off. :lol:

And did you know, Sting owns a shitload of Indian restaurants? That's always amused me as it seems such an odd thing for a whitey-investor to buy into.

Didn't know that, its true that every day is a school day :D

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Not on board with Team Barry Gibb, sorry :( No doubt it'd be fun but both him and Ian Brown on the Pyramid on one day wouldn't be much of an advert for the art of live singing

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3 minutes ago, Waapster said:

I'm not quite there with Slaves yet. Although its exactly the stuff I should be excited about. Not sure what the problem is...

The problem is that it's shit.

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13 hours ago, Waapster said:

Declan McKenna on tonight. We saw him at Glastonbury and Latitude and I think he's pretty good. Nice to see some younger talent on the way up.

Yeah I remember him winning Glasto unsigned in 2014, it was pretty obvious then he would go onto bigger things.  

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4 minutes ago, Waapster said:

I'm not quite there with Slaves yet. Although its exactly the stuff I should be excited about. Not sure what the problem is...

 

Like their debut album but I'm wary of how far they can take the sound. This album maybe a bit too much if its exactly the same.

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21 minutes ago, EighteenSixty7 said:

Christ almighty Wiley was w*nk.

Yeah he wasn't great to be fair but maybe it sounds better on record, now grime is cool again I wonder if he'll have a career renaissance similar how Weller did during britpop.  

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29 minutes ago, EighteenSixty7 said:

 

Like their debut album but I'm wary of how far they can take the sound. This album maybe a bit too much if its exactly the same.

I like their original Ep, saw them like 6 times and didn't really like the debut that much so was quite happy to leave them behind but I quite like the production Mike D is doing so I'll give the new one a go on Friday. If a Beastie Boy can't save them they've got no hope.

Thought Barry Gibb was rubbish, old man surrounded by talented but generic musicians, bored me. Really shown up by that declan kid and the other youngsters for me, exciting stuff (even if the music isn't completely to my taste) 

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Really good show last night I thought. Eclectic to say the least. Have never been a fan of Slaves, cant fault their energy but its just not for me Clive. Gibb was as good as expected imo, never understand why people expect older acts to be able to sing as well as they used to. Really impressed with Lisa Hannigan, lovely voice. Norah Jones was a bit bland. And i'm not a fan of grime so couldnt tell you if Wiley was good or not (I assume not) - the guy with the top knot next to him was annoying though. And I'm obviosuly very biased towards Declan so wont comment on his quality/performance. Interested to hear peoples thoughts on him though.

 

Also, not that I'm his promotion team or anything but if you are in the London area and you want to celebrate getting your glastonbury coach tickets on Thursday, you can go see D Mac for a fiver. https://dice.fm/event/declan-mckenna-6th-oct-nambucca-london-tickets

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not seen it yet but dont look good ,,,,,,,ill watch it when i get back home

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I caught bit of it last night in parts, Wiley made my ears bleed as did Gibb - then again I can't stand the Beegees so I was never going to like him.

That lady with the acoustic guitar had a lovely voice but I found her rather boring personally.

Jools' show doesn't really cater to my tastes that much anymore although I did watch last week when Jack White was on it :)

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