Hey, why not? Supposedly, this song’s about drugs and its effect on a relationship. Hmmm, and I thought it was about bestiality. Hey, we’re all primates at the end of the day, no?
Yes, for the second year in a row, we will venture across the pond to cover the BRIT Awards Red Carpet. Will a sober-and-healthy Amy Winehouse be Mark Ronson‘s surprise guest? Will Arctic Monkeys actually show the hell up?
The song that helped make Molly Ringwald into an ’80s icon. John Hughes sure knew how to make a hot soundtrack.
A BBC reporter criticizes comedian Lenny Henry for his comments about race and employment practices at the company. Reporter Olenkia Frenkiel says, “Lenny Henry calls for a black dg (Director-General). Any black dg?
I’m dedicating this 1977 hit to Cheryl Cole, who is having a rough time of it these days. Stay strong, girl.
Did Lily Allen‘s show have a “solid start”, or did it “fail to grab viewers”? Depends on your news source, apparently. Watch the promo.
You’ll probably hear this 1984 tune at least once an hour on your local ’80s station, but who cares? It’s a mighty enjoyable song, with its simple, almost silly bass line.
The Guardian‘s hotel reviewer has selected the top best hotels in London. The Yotel Heathrow Airport – yes, that’s yotel – is No. 1.
Singer Natalie Cole – who is no stranger to the nose candy, let’s keep it real here – criticizes Amy Winehouse‘s Grammy wins: “We have to stop rewarding bad behavior,” the 58-year-old said. …
The Coral had always worn their influences on their sleeves – a little bit Animals, a little bit Captain Beefheart, and throw in the whole Nuggets collection while you’re at it. 2005’s Invisible Invasion saw them come …