Healthcare worker from Oxfordshire. Author of ten books including Drinking Poetry and Game of Mass Destruction. Travelled to over 20 countries.
Mass Destruction by Faithless
Faithless are a dance act based in London that have been active since 1994. They split up in 2011 and they got back together in 2015. At the moment Faithless consist of Producers/DJs Sister Bliss and Rollo.
Catfights & Spotlights by the Sugababes
With the popularity of the first five albums and the notorious reputation of the last album, it’s a shame that the sixth album of the Sugababes is so overshadowed. It may not have sold as well as the previous five albums, but it’s pleasant album to listen to because I love the 60’s vibes to it and the ballads are lovely. The album does have some weak links, mostly the singles for me because I’m not too keen on them much. The Sugababes have had a fair few flop singles, but they’ve always seemed to bounce back up afterwards.
Sweet 7: What Went Wrong?
There’s a lot to be said about the last studio album of the Sugababes. It’s the first and only one to feature Jade Ewen. Keisha was cruelly kicked. Everything that surrounds this album seems to play like a car about to crash and burn. Yes, that pun was intended. The album was delayed a few times, but when the album did leak and was officially released, it made a lot of people angry.
Happy Go Lucky
You know, when I saw this channel on Vocal, I was excited. I knew who my empawyee of the month was straight away, because I sent a picture I took of her to a popular magazine in the UK. I got £25 quid for it, and a big buzz from the publication. I don’t think she was bothered that much because she dosen’t read magazines much. I think she would shred it to bits if there was one near by.
This Is My England
My little space of tranquility has shaken Beneath the earthquakes by corruption. We are black and white, and everything in between.
Not Nappy About This!
“And now the six o’clock news with Magnus Steele.” A man in his late 50s and black suit and tie took a seat with his eyes on the camera. Magnus was known for his wisdom and straight face. He took pride in telling people that he never looked at social media, but he couldn’t resist the odd scroll on his wife’s mobile from time to time. From what he had seen, he had no idea how he was going to keep a straight face.
Why You Should Listen to Lords of Acid
Lords of Acid are a Belgian/American techno group that’s been around since the late 1980s. I’m a bit late to the Lords of Acid party, as I’ve only just started listening to them a few years ago, but as far I know they are still active and are still alive and kicking. Their music has proven to be timeless and paints a perfect image of the club scene in the 90s. I could see myself dancing to a lot of this music to the dancing machines in the arcade machines.
Taller in More Ways
The fourth album by the Sugababes had the band working with top producers like Dallas Austin and Xenomania. Like they did with their other albums, the girls split writing credits and shared vocal parts in the song. They’re at the height of their career after bringing out three iconic albums. This album is a treat for pop music fans. I remember when Push The Button first came out, and it was stuck in my head for days. Many pop bands are lucky to release more than two albums, let alone four in their first run.