Reprinted with permission from Toby Goodwin of musicgigsnthings. It was over twenty-three years ago that I first saw Belly live. To be exact it was Saturday 13th February 1993. At Wulfrun Hall in Wolverhampton. The Cranberries were also on the bill. I’ve still got the ticket and more importantly, the t-shirt I bought at the […]
All music reminds me of the past. How can it not? The comments underneath this clip of music mention variously The Cure, Nirvana, The Cranberries, punk, post-punk, The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart, jangle pop… and I will throw in a guess at them being Scandinavian, probably with a couple of boy members. This goes to […]
I can only put my liking for this down to some kind of sadomasochistic sexual attraction towards Dolores; her personality and her voice. I really can’t account for it otherwise
Sadly, Wikipedia does not have an entry for The Bastards Of Fate.
I never thought we shouldn’t grow, I never thought we should repeat.
But honey, you sure ain’t no Stevie Nicks. Or even Abba. Or evenThe Distillers.
Grow up, fag boy. Dolores O’Riordan Rocks!
It’s a weak, flimsy premise for a song: not thought-through, sappy, opportunistic, smug, the opposite of naive … something that this song is often called by its defenders.
A female pop group from Pakistan covering ‘Say My Name’ by Destiny’s Child, mashed up with popular Indian movie song ‘O Humdum Suniyo Re’ by A.R. Rahman (the music director of Slumdog Millionaire), with some killer tabla backing. Most of The Cheapmunks’ music seems to be a fusion between Hindi and English pop songs. It’s […]