wouldn't have pegged you for a rw-fan. adds to the complexity of your online-persona.
I grew up in Germany in the early/mid-90s, when Take That fever was in full swing. Those that weren't there, really couldn't understand...Robbie was always my favourite. When I left Europe to go to a Bible college on top of a mountain in Georgia, Robbie and Billy Corgan adorned my walls. He was always the bad boy, long before he went solo. I never kept up with him post TT, except for the occasional headlline-making scandal (like that video with him losing his skin).Anyways. If you like pop music, I recommend Take That (Relight My Fire, Pray...).* The gangstas reading this might prefer some East 17. Ha!*as much as I could sensibly recommend such a thing
Personally, can't stand Take That, but have undying love for the Robbie. This seems better than the stuff off his last album, thank Christ.
Yow. You have a co-fan in The Mockarena (of the Mock Dock: http://www.themockdock.com/) -- she also runs the site Chicks on the Right (um, http://chicksontheright.com/).No foitha comment.
And of course the chick lets him jump into the driver's seat.Right.Gotto admit tho', handsome fucker and GREAT image control.
I met him when I was 16, standing in line for his show outside the TLA on South Street in Philly (hands down my favorite venue in that city). He poked his head out a window in his tour bus, looked down at me and said hello. There were pictures.I just love him.
I was lukewarm (at best) on everything following Sing/Swing, but then along came Rudebox, and that shit was unexpectedly kind of a mini-masterpiece question mark. I didn't even know he had new stuff coming out.
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