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leemond2008 last won the day on May 23 2015

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  1. What Album Are You Listening To Right Now?

    always remember when we were all on the vodka and I put Overnight Bag on, my mate who had been playing guitar for about 12 months listened to it and said 'I could play that' we all said bollocks could ya, I played it again and he listened to it, then afterwards he plugged his left handed cheap ass fender in and played it pretty much note for note, that was when we realized how good he was at the guitar. ends up every one of his family can play, his dad can play guitar solos on the harmonica and his party trick is playing the slide guitar with a bottle of vodka again happy times man
  2. What Album Are You Listening To Right Now?

    I was a bit concerned about posting the album cover on here without the mods jumping on me lol, I think this one should be alright though
  3. What Album Are You Listening To Right Now?

    agreed, a lot of Ozzy's solo stuff was a wee bit to...I don't know...Americanized maybe...a little too 80's hair metal...some cracking stuff don't get me wrong I like a lot of his stuff but I struggle to get onto a real 'Ozzy kick' there is something about this album that always makes me return to it though, its probably just that it was a fun time in my life when I was listening to it
  4. What Album Are You Listening To Right Now?

    Its strange how certain things stick with you when it comes to music, I remember listening to this constantly on the bus going to work, at the time I was reading a book called The Others by James Herbert, every morning I'd either listen to this album or radio 1 I know it was 2002 because whenever I put the radio on all that would be played was Cry me a River by Justin Timberlake and all the things she said by them Russian lesbian twins. I was absolutely arsing this album at that point for some reason, and now I can't listen to it without thinking of Russian lesbian twins (not bad) and hunchbacks getting skull **** by mutant dogs with 12 inch dicks (that was out of the book) same thing with Velvet Revolver, if I'm ever feeling nostalgic and put that on it always takes me back to when I was reading IT by Stephen King, Drive by Truckers album The Dirty South always takes me back to The Gunslinger by King as well. Silly how little insignificant things stick with you isn't it
  5. The "Witton Lane" Boxing Chat Thread

    HA brilliant He insists that he didn't hang up the phone on Joey Barton and that he just got cut off
  6. Do you read?

    just finished this, cracking book, although Nabokov can be quite difficult sometimes I am really enjoying his style at the minute I'm going to be starting this next I know I should have read this before but I have never got around to it and it seems like the perfect book to follow Bend Sinister
  7. The Film Thread

    well that looks...truly epic Book me up for IMAX 3D
  8. Drugs

    The one thing I never took was Ketamine, I wouldn't even allow myself to be around if my mates were doing that, my brain has always been a frightening place, I never felt the need to put myself in that place, I don't know if I would ever have recovered from that
  9. Drugs

    I've had a night on the beer with my music tonight (standard Thursday night) I got listening to stuff from the early 00's (2000's, early two thousandths...I don't know what you would call that) Any way I was listening to shit from when I was aged between 17 and 23, I remember every song 100%, I have no idea what I was doing with my life at that point, the whole thing is a blur, I remember the music and certain situations but on a whole its a blank. This sort of thing has been playing on my mind just lately, I'm 32 or 33 ( I had this conversation earlier in the week, apparently I'm 32 but I'm sure I'm 33) and I have lost a good 6 or 7 years of my life to partying. Now I still say that I wouldn't change those days for anything, I had a **** blast, it was crazy, we took everything, we did everything, we were **** mad. Now I sit alone in my 1 bedroom flat that I rent, I'm in a dead end job, I'm single, I don't even know how old I am any more, I have nothing apart from me and my music...I can't help but think that the years of abuse have contributed to this, I know that I have a few issues with people in general and I reckon that could be attributed to some of the drugs I took. Would I go back and change it...I don't think I would, the only things that keep me sane sometimes are those memories, **** good times they were, without them, who knows, I could be married with kids and **** miserable, as it is I'm single lonely and believe it or not quite happy.
  10. Do you read?

    I'm really liking him at the minute, Bend Sinister has started off really strongly, I started it yesterday and I'm 50 pages in so far, its not the biggest of books either so I should get it finished in the next few days. What else would you recommend by him Moon Man? the only other one I've read is Lolita which I thought was fantastic. I do find that it takes a good few pages to adapt to his writing style, its like my brain needs to reset itself to Nabakov mode but I'm thoroughly enjoying it at the moment. this was delivered yesterday, I can't wait to get started on it but I'm getting bogged down with things that I need to read at the minute so I don't know when I'll get around to this one. I am banning myself from Amazon for a month or two, I've spent £60 on books in the last month.
  11. The "Witton Lane" Boxing Chat Thread

    Sarcasm my dear Demitri, obviously it didn't translate very well into my post.
  12. The "Witton Lane" Boxing Chat Thread

    Anthony Joshua, he's an English World Champion, he's quite well known but he's light years away from Deontay Wilder.
  13. Do you read?

    I finished this last night My god that was hard going basically The Monk with a female lead character, it was alright but nothing special, I've read better things from this era and the similarities to The Monk really grated on me (she was obviously a fan because she even wrote under the pseudonym of Rosa Matilda) Typical paint by numbers 19th century gothic novel 3 stories interwoven which all come together at the end along with a telegraphed appearance from Satan himself (the ending which was completely lifted from The Monk) Yeah just go an by The Monk instead of this going to be starting this next
  14. The "Witton Lane" Boxing Chat Thread

    The Groves fight is the first fight that he will have been in (providing that Groves gets past Cox as he should do) that would be anywhere near PPV worthy and in all fairness Groves isn't exactly PPV material and based on Jr's previous standard of opponent he is nowhere near PPV worthy either.