Selected MySpace Correspondence 2009 (Part 1)

RABBIT SHOW REJECT - Jan 1, 2009
RE: Blinje Slegl - You win the bet. Monty has just informed me that the Pottle menace now lives in Oxford. That bit starts like Mortal Coil.
From: Pedantic Pedestrian
Date: 01 Jan 2009, 16:44
I had a bet with our Bun that you'd immediately mention the Mortal Coilteau Twins as soon as you heard this!

Nerys Biscuit - Jan 3, 2009
RE: how? - Grrrrr... Nothing personal. Just Grrrrrr...
From: Pedantic Pedestrian
Date: Jan 2, 2009 11:09 AM
As far as I know you can only use the web-safe system fonts, but the blog's "advanced" editor (when it's working properly, that is) might tell you otherwise. It's possible that the MySpace applets might have resident fonts of their own. Me, I've not tried to use other fonts within the MySpace environment, but usually the WWW rule can best be expressed as "If you use a non-generic font that is not on EVERYBODY's computer, the browsers won't display it as such".

From: Nerys
Date: 02 Jan 2009, 14:07
Is there some way to force the blog to let me use an alternative font? Twice it let me use Bradley, but not today. Grrrr... Ah, well. Have a sweet day, little Minty. Why did your mother name you Peppermint? I'm sure she's a lovely, sweet lady. Auntie Nerys

RABBIT SHOW REJECT - Feb 1, 2009
glorfin the throat spinner - crane, I put "waiter theres an accordion..." on the space but it's so quiet. Why are my recordings so bloody quiet? I shall try again. Should I turn the garageband master track up to the max?
RABBIT SHOW REJECT - Feb 5, 2009
teaset body review - we now have a site. It's nakkered me just getting that far. Did you give me the tunes? I can't remember. The teaset pix by the way is my grand relatives.
Teaset Body Review - Feb 5, 2009
the critic - another track on teaset
Teaset Body Review - Feb 7, 2009
tunes - mewmex, we are lacking in tunes.
Teaset Body Review - Feb 7, 2009
Teaset Body Review says - all the tunes are there
Teaset Body Review - Feb 7, 2009
ah! - It is a fine piece. Really pleased with it.
Pedantic Pedestrian
Feb 7, 2009
I hope you approve of the chunes of choice. I think this is a representative selection. Representative of what exactly, I'm not sure. It was an interesting exercise 'telescoping' the 38 minute "Pale Definitive Mutilation" down to five minutes without losing the 'gist'. It's a fine piece.

RABBIT SHOW REJECT - Feb 11, 2009
RE: BLIT - I'm going to sing 'I paint my camels'. Then hopefully Noonan and MAgoub will be played by two scots lads caslled simon and dillenger.
Pedantic Pedestrian
Feb 10, 2009
I think I've got something like that somewhere. Crickets no problem. If I put camel noises on it, I guarantee it will lead to 'corpsing' by whoever does the reading (shades of Dorset pneumatic drills!?). Camels are indeed 'rude'.

RABBIT SHOW REJECT
Feb 10, 2009
Can you knock up a 'sounds of the desert' track. I want crickets and wotever rude noises camels make. This is for the start of the story. A flashback to noonan and magoub in the desert. Only a couple a minutes.

RABBIT SHOW REJECT - Feb 12, 2009
RE: Bathroom! - Interesting idea using lame tape for start of Noonan. ADDS TO the days of yore effect. Hope I have some tapes because that would be splendid.
Pedantic Pedestrian
Feb 12, 2009
Now then... "I Paint My Camels With Enamels" - did you ever write a WHOLE song? I only recall Gold Lame 'singing' the excerpt; "I Paint My Camels With Enamels, something something something Endless Night...". If we're going to write a sophisticated Frank Sinatra 'club singer' arrangement of the song, we'll need more than that! My Yamaha home organ has a cheesy 'swing' setting that will be ideal, but I need to work out some chords to fit the words (and suit my vocal range). Have I got this right? You want to start the 'album' with a lone unaccompanied voice singing the song in the wilderness, with crickets for atmo. And end the album with the 'sophisticated' version? Also, do you have the tapes of the Lame/club night "Van Noonan" readings? I was wondering if the 'lone voice' at the start could actually be Gold Lame (sample him from the tapes)? I can't find my original crickets anywhere! I might have to resample them, maybe pinch them from somewhere else... Also I will need to record some more jazz club audience noise from a radio concert.

RABBIT SHOW REJECT - Feb 13, 2009
RABBIT SHOW REJECT says - More details of wildebeest please!
Pedantic Pedestrian
Feb 13, 2009
Why don't you search for samples online? Like I had to, in the end, for the crickets? Or arrange a 'field recording' trip to the zoo? My 'African Animals' CD doesn't have camels, but it does have wildebeest and, amidst all the creatures of the animal kingdom, they sound PARTICULARLY RUDE!

RABBIT SHOW REJECT
Feb 13, 2009
I havant found larmay singing yet. Blit is now taking shape. but the important thing is I need camel farting snorting baaaing soundbites.

RABBIT SHOW REJECT - Feb 13, 2009
RE: a question - Excellent! I'll pass that on to young mr Voller. Thank you for your informacion
Pedantic Pedestrian
Feb 13, 2009
1... Take an ordinary record deck. 2... Your record deck connects to an amplifier (one with a dedicated phonogram socket, such as the one the record deck connected to in the first place). 3... The amplifier connects to the computer by means of a suitable lead (twin phono plugs plug into the line out/tape out sockets on the amp >>> stereo mini-jack plug which goes into the line-in socket on your PC). You can't go straight from the record deck to the PC's line-in. The impedence is all wrong - you'd just get a hissy, tinny version of the sound coming out, a bit like listening to someone else's headphones. You need the pre-amplification that's built into the hi-fi amp. 4... Do a sound check! Adjust your levels on the amp and on PC's 'mixer' (the thing that pops up when you click on the little loudspeaker icon in your tray) until you hear a distortion-free sound coming from the elpee out of your computer speakers or headphones. 5... Record the tunes using Audacity or similar audio editor (as if it were a tape recorder). 6... Use Audacity to clean up/trim your recordings and then save them as WAVs. If you have the plug-in you can also save them directly to MP3. There is no 'magic' way. To transfer old elpees into digital media, it's a 'realtime' process, just like taping them onto cassette. Both Magix and Serif do software for just this task, with everything included (recording software, clean-up software, even the leads). If you're going to do a lot of it, it's worth forking out the £20-30. What I've done in the past is first record the vinyl onto tape and then work from the tape - but that's just the easiest method for me, 'cos I haven't got the desk space to lay out a turntable and amplifier adjacent to the peecee. I use my trusty SOUNDPROBE2 audio editor to do the recording/digitising, but Audacity works too.

RABBIT SHOW REJECT
Feb 13, 2009
crane, transfering vinyl to computer through a quality deck which does not have usb. Is it possible Harry the Expert? Is there a magic way of doing this lark so that Robbie Voller can enjoy his collection anyhow, anyplace anyday.I'm going to send bunny a giraffe of the nerys part of blit street for purposes.

RABBIT SHOW REJECT - Feb 14, 2009
RE: larmey - If you are in on wednesday morning I'll bring it then. If you are out I will simply post the item through the appropraite letterbox.
Pedantic Pedestrian
Feb 14, 2009
I like a challenge, me! Bring the tape 'round. I'll let you hear the camels and wildebeest.

RABBIT SHOW REJECT
Feb 14, 2009
It is funny. Obviously the laughing is really loud. It would interesting to see if you could mix it out.

Pedantic Pedestrian
Feb 14, 2009
Hmmm... good luck with that! I would like to hear the tape sometime (any undiscovered musical noodlings are always grist to the mill!) Maybe the 'corpsing' on the "Enamelled Camel" tape can be muted or covered up with other sounds. It is, after all, going to be a voice singing in the distance, with other FX around it. I'd have to listen to it...

RABBIT SHOW REJECT
Feb 13, 2009
I have the larmey enamelled camel song! It's great but spoiled by us lot rolling around laughing. Found a bit of interesting teasetish guitar tune on the tape as well. I think I am going to have to contact Larmey and get him to do the song again

RABBIT SHOW REJECT - Feb 15, 2009
RE: Hummmmmmmmmm - You're damn right. We want good clean recordings. I always find the words very important in spoken pieces. I think Bunny's a bit flustered with my non-grammatical grammar. Art will prevail! She will do an excellent job of it.
Pedantic Pedestrian
Feb 15, 2009
I am advising the Bun as we speak... although electromagnetic HUMMMMM on microphone recordings is a problem that I've never fully solved for myself, let alone tell other people how to do it 'properly'. I don't "do" my own vocals on my tunes - I can't record them clearly! It's a quandary. But we don't want our recordings to end up sounding like Binky's.

The Tapeworm Vessel - Feb 23, 2009
RE: Tree Of Life - Got it in one!
Pedantic Pedestrian
Feb 23, 2009
Hi David, Well, I presume you're referring to Mr Wonder's "Songs In The KEY Of Life", yes? We shall have to see if the new work stands up to my usual rail journey test! Minty

The Tapeworm Vessel
Feb 23, 2009
Hi Minty, Glad you're enjoying our latest! Did you get the Stevie Wonder connection? David

RABBIT SHOW REJECT - Feb 23, 2009
RABBIT SHOW REJECT says - Dunx has done his bit for blit. But it's too big for my email box. Can he use that 'storage' site that I've got. So we can pick at the work and move it around? The sea
RABBIT SHOW REJECT - Feb 25, 2009
Rope snake carnival of extreme dwarves - Dunx has put his chapter on onlinefilefolder. He's done it in tiny wav chunks!??! He is a brilliant reader.
RABBIT SHOW REJECT - Mar 6, 2009
RE: Bathroom! - Oi Coalface!
From: Pedantic Pedestrian
Date: 04 Mar 2009, 01:17
But I'm a Ghost Rhayader

From: RABBIT SHOW REJECT
Date: 03 Mar 2009, 22:03
you go and paint a camel with enamels.

From: Pedantic Pedestrian
Date: 03 Mar 2009, 15:06
Cut Cut Cut Cut

From: RABBIT SHOW REJECT
Date: 03 Mar 2009, 13:51
But but but but but

From: Pedantic Pedestrian
Date: 03 Mar 2009, 13:43
Hone, dear boy, HONE!

From: RABBIT SHOW REJECT
Date: 03 Mar 2009, 13:37
I've just told Bunny she is brilliant. But I havent dun anything else. Yet. I must get in touch with Dunx.

RABBIT SHOW REJECT - Mar 6, 2009
THE CUBIST MISSILE CRISIS - We are going to get Darkening product then?
RABBIT SHOW REJECT - Mar 22, 2009
RE: bloody hell - It's fantastic.
From: Pedantic Pedestrian
Date: 22 Mar 2009, 11:58
It's just a test piece really. I'm sure Bunny isn't happy with her 'performance' [yet], but I wanted to try out ways of fitting it with some music. The music has to be really 'minimal' or it just gets in the way. So 3 or 4 minutes is about right. But I also have to make it interesting for me as well. She hasn't told me what she thinks of it yet.

From: RABBIT SHOW REJECT
Date: 22 Mar 2009, 11:26
I've just listened to Nerys. It's bloody brilliant! Laurie Anderson? Who's he? I'm going to have to say hello to Bunny now.

RABBIT SHOW REJECT - Mar 25, 2009
RE: Blit music - Crane, I've just read the whole lot of your reply. It's only a bit of fun, not a serious piece of work! Please don't get so annoyed about it. IT'S NOT WORTH IT! It's not compulsory, just enjoy being creative and you are very creative. What's happening with the Tapeworms?
From: Pedantic Pedestrian
Date: 25 Mar 2009, 10:25
Re your comment: "If you're not excited about the Blit music, then be excited about the funny words and humourous accents/affectations. You are a vital member of this team. We expect and demand 110% dedication to these major projects. Think of Bunny's little face if you don't do a perfect job. I don't think your grandchildren would be impressed..." - Team? I would be giving 110% dedication if I thought YOU'D given it 110%. We need DIRECTION, not your usual "I've had an idea. Now go and do it for me." I had to go elsewhere to get a copy of the script. None of us REALLY have any idea what you want. Nor do you. There is too much material for an album. 20 mins of introductory material BEFORE you start what's in the book? You haven't thought it through AS A WHOLE THING. And if there isn't a whole thing, then map it out BEFORE you start to involve others. When "funny words and humourous accents" are the main raison d'etre of the project (that's not enough to rock my boat), then I have to compromise on the music so that "you can hear the words". That is why I don't get excited about my contributions. The stuff I like doesn't work with voices, and the stuff that DOES suit voices makes for boring music. I can't produce stuff on a piecemeal basis and then expect it to magically form some sort of whole. It's "The Future Of Rock & Roll" all over again. Did you learn nothing from the experience? I've suggested to Bunny that any tracks we do should stand up on their own as self-contained pieces, because there's a strong chance that, in the end, the whole jigsaw will have pieces missing and will never be complete. (History has proved me right. This was another project that never really came to anything... Ed.)

RABBIT SHOW REJECT - Apr 21, 2009
Important news... sharks don't urinate. Well they do, but not by cocking a leg or anything. The urine passes through the flesh. Most unsatisfactory state of affairs.
RABBIT SHOW REJECT - May 14, 2009
Ideas for Male LaLas covers album - actually over the afternoon I have had second thoughts about Tarkus. It's not a fave of mine but I prefer the Nice. Tarkus is a bit too unknown. U2 are bollox. The Doors have cult status so probably a good subject for La la's. Another album would be Love. Or Kraftwerk (a best band in the world). Or Tales of Topographic Oceans. Do it mummy, do Topographic Oceans.
From: Pedantic Pedestrian
Date: 14 May 2009, 15:49
Oh dear... but I like "Tarkus"... we were thinking of maybe something by U2 or The Doors?

From: RABBIT SHOW REJECT
Date: 14 May 2009, 14:14
do Tarkus... emerson lake and palmer

ArT RaTz - May 18, 2009
THANK YOU FOR BEING OUR FRIEND - THANK YOU FOR ADDING US TO YOUR LIST OF FRIENDS, PERHAPS WE COULD MEET UP AT SOME POINT AND TALK CHEESE 'N' SEWERS AND SUPERMARKET SWEEP RE-RUNS ON FRIE VUE. ENJOY THE TUNES.
The Future of Rock & Roll? - May 29, 2009
RE: Old Folks' Boogie! - Crane, Went to Pittsburgh recently with a couple of blokes who talked about Focus for about 1 hour - turns out one of them knew Jan Ackermann - they like Wishbone Ash too! Taking my daughter to see the B-52's in Virginia later this summer. Whatever happened to Martha and the Muffins? (coz I know she's bound to ask). Wondering how I'll explain that I've got the autographed album of Misplaced Childhood as well. Nom-papa
From: Pedantic Pedestrian
Date: 05 Nov 2008, 05:10
I visited the Colbert Report website today to watch the last seven days' highlights, and now it seems they're not only disallowed from streaming the complete episodes to UK browsers, even the short clips don't work either. I don't know if this is just during the campaign week or whether this is now a permanent situation. So, no, I haven't had my fix of Colbert this week! I just watched Jon Stewart's Indecision Eve show (Monday night's prog) this morning. I think there are Election Night (Nite?) highlights tonight (tonite?)... "Focus At The Rainbow" was 1973 (sorry to be 'Pedantic'!) Just looking at the State-by-State breakdown of votes. Some States just CAN't be dragged out of the 19th century, no matter what... but at least there's definitely no CHADgate this time! Hooray!

From: The Future of Rock & Roll?
Date: 05 Nov 2008, 06:04
Crane, Tonights Colbert & Stewart 'Indecision 2008 Election Special' was very funny. Not sure if you got a chance to see it? Highwater mark of this season's political satire. That aside, it's great to be in America when they finally elect an African American president. We arrived here 8 years ago during the Florida recount - would have been better to have had "Some farcical aquatic ceremony" or "some moistened bint lobbing scimitars"... Seems like only yesterday... I remember hearing 'live at the Rainbow' and Hocus Pocus, Sylvia etc. in c72. By coincidence the first album I ever bought was 'Argus' (followed a day later by Roxy Music's 'for Your Pleasure'). The Sea

From: Pedantic Pedestrian
Date: 04 Nov 2008, 04:36
Focus were superb. The very first album I ever bought as a teenager was "Focus At The Rainbow", but I never got the opportunity to see them f'real until now. Thijs van Leer still leads the band, Pierre van der Linden is back on drums and their young guitarist sounds EXACTLY like Jan Akkerman. What's not to like? MT's WA played a LOT from "Argus" - in fact all of their set was from the first four albums (the "Live Dates" material). They are their own tribute band. The Colbert Report application, as I say, is just a bit of fun really. Some of the video links don't work on this side of the Atlantic, same goes for the Comedy Central website itself. Maybe you'll have better luck. I now have Jon Stewart's Daily Show set to automatically record on my digibox (although we're several days behind). I'll take a look at the pre-election CReport later today. Glad you liked the B52s. They have an entire gig on Fabchannel as well. Fabchannel are a Dutch based site and most of the gigs on the site are streamed live or recorded at the Paradiso in Amsterdam. Living Colour were great on Saturday night. I've just been watching the Van Der Graaf Generator gig in its entirety (some of it was embedded in my MySpace blog a couple of postings ago).

From: The Future of Rock & Roll?
Date: 04 Nov 2008, 05:10
Crane Mint, Sounds like a good show!! Were Focus good? Did MT's WA play anything from Argus? I heard Deja Vu is good, but not seen it yet - will check it out. Thanks will also thoroughly check out the Colbert stuff - as I type this he's just finishing up his pre-election show. Saw the B52s in the early summer in Atlanta & they were superb - their new album is good too - they actually played Rock Lobster!! - as well as loveshack, private idaho etc... I was re-reading your history of Gridling Band stuff at the weekend & I can see why The Futchum project was always going to be doomed with hindsight. I never really got into the original gridling stuff, but when I hear it now I really like it. Just Think, if I'd taken the job in Kingston Prison, rather than london... still the ambition of youth... Gridling would go down very well in the Carrboro NC 'scene'. Do you know what Rabbit Hole is doing these days? The Sea

From: Pedantic Pedestrian
Date: 01 Nov 2008, 06:27
Craneweasel, Just been watching 'Bernard Shakey''s movie "Deja Vu" about the CSNY 'Freedom Of Speech' tour, shown last night on BBC4 as part of a Neil Young 'theme' night... quite an emotional ride. I'm now hitting the camomile tea to calm me down ;-) Earlier in the week I went to Portsmouth Guildhall to see the "Classic Legends Of Rock" tour with FOCUS, THE GROUNDHOGS and MARTIN TURNER's WISHBONE ASH... deep joy! (see my online diaryblog for a fuller report!) I don't know if you're a fan of LIVING COLOUR, but they are doing a live webcast of their show tonight (Saturday) on www. fabchannel. com. Hope you appreciate the Colbert Report application I added to your site. A 'friend of a friend' alerted me to its existence... Joost A Bit O' Foon!

RABBIT SHOW REJECT - May 30, 2009
RE: Baby Elephants and korky the little jrarf - its a deezil car very good on the juice. I will give the thing a drink plus carry a wee dram for it. Sound sistim not wonderful but better than having status fucking quo at glastonbury.
From: Pedantic Pedestrian
Date: 30 May 2009, 06:26
x-sea-LENT, Wensdee should be fine! Sounds like an "adventure" and no mistake, this car of your'n. How is it on petroljuice? Do we need to carry water? Eavis wasn't kidding when he said that last year's "trying to appeal to a younger audience" was a bit of an experiment. Now they've swung completely the other way and turned it into Guilfest! "I hope you all have a cracking jamboree..."

From: RABBIT SHOW REJECT
Date: 29 May 2009, 20:41
I hope to be available on wednesday if that sokay. interesting vehicle this year - a vauxhall corsa with a broken gearbox. Its great fun. Oh and it boils over if driven at 'motorway speeds' or 'up hills'. I got it for moving horse excrement to the lotment. Status Quo at glastonbury for fucks sake.

From: Pedantic Pedestrian
Date: 29 May 2009, 17:13
Crane! Please let me know when you will be free for this year's TOUR DE HANTS. I've just this hour finished the collate-o-thon... That funny little 'Weasel has JUST replied to an email I sent him after LAST YEAR's Focus/Wishbone Ash/Groundhogs bash! Apparently he's taking his orfsprung to a B-52s concert next week... and something about meeting Jan Akkerman... and about explaining to his kids how he came by his autographed Marillion discs...

RABBIT SHOW REJECT - Jun 1, 2009
It was a sealion - I have the electronic tape transfer equipment as usual but I must test it on the stereo apparatus. By the way I have accidentally bought an harmonium. I haven't collected it yet so we can't rig it up for parlour entertainment on wednesday.
THE UNCONVENTIONAL CHOIR OF SMELLY NURSES - Jun 2, 2009
10 o clock tomoz morning for rock and roll roadshow. I have a site purely dedicated to the accordion.
RABBIT SHOW REJECT - Jun 4, 2009
RE: The Cartography Conspiracy Redux - Well, no one's going to argue with a demented Bunny!
From: Pedantic Pedestrian
Date: 04 Jun 2009, 09:04
I thought I'd let you in on the latest conversation with Bunny... (M>B:) "...As usual we got lost at some point (we NEVER get lost in the SAME place two years running). This time we lost Andover because Shelfy refused to believe it was in a westerly direction. He thinks that 'geography is just a conspiracy theory spread by cartographers'..." - (B>M:) "Tell Shelfy he's dead wrong about the cartographers. They actually have formed a cabal with those evil cretins in charge of road signage and the online directions people. It's truly something amazing that they haven't been herded into the abyss and left for dead. I can picture them falling haplessly with their instruments of torture flapping and dripping paint and ink. I really do feel a deep seated sense of responsibility to set him straight on this. It is a conspiracy, though. He is right on that. The bastards..." - There you are then, the Evil point of view!

RABBIT SHOW REJECT - Jun 13, 2009
RE: Moon Pies - yum yum yum yum aroo I bet they are a delicious flavour. dont let timmy eat them.
From: Pedantic Pedestrian
Date: 12 Jun 2009, 19:37
Moon Pies... We have Moon Pies. Come and get yer Moon Pies!

THE UNCONVENTIONAL CHOIR OF SMELLY NURSES - Jun 18, 2009
huge lemur - bloody hell those moonpies are filling.
ArT RaTz - Jun 20, 2009
RE: Doordoms - 'tis done already but she can have a go if she wants. Every time that Myspace 'add Friends via your email account box' pops up the site crashes, does that happen to you as well? Gregson is very thick he can't work out how to download the tracks, ha, ha serves him right for being too lazy to open an account with MS (not the Mighty Springboks!)
From: Pedantic Pedestrian
Date: 12 Jun 2009, 20:01
Wee Bunny wants dibs on "When The Music's Over"!

evil demented bunny - Jun 21, 2009
RE: Doordom - Alrighty then. Dibs on Horse Latitudes!
From: Pedantic Pedestrian
Date: Jun 21, 2009 7:39 AM
I don't know, I'll have to google for a "Strange Days" tracklist somewhere (I don't know the album myself)... here we are... 1. Strange Days 2. You're Lost Little Girl 3. Love Me Two Times 4. Unhappy Girl 5. Horse Latitudes 6. Moonlight Drive 7. People Are Strange 8. My Eyes Have Seen You 9. I Can't See Your Face in My Mind 10. When the Music's Over

From: Evil Demented Bunny
Date: 21 Jun 2009, 13:31
That's okay. Give me a list of what remains?

From: Pedantic Pedestrian
Date: Jun 21, 2009 7:26 AM
Binky informs me that the following Doors tunes are already 'taken' in some form or another (although I personally would STILL like to hear what you can do with "When The Music's Over") - 1. Strange Days 3. Love Me Two Times 6. Moonlight Drive 7. People Are Strange 9. I Can't See Your Face 10. When The Musics Over - He's obviously been busy then, 'cos when I last paid a visit, he/we only had TWO songs done! I haven't heard any of the rest!

ArT RaTz - Jun 22, 2009
ArT RaTz says Oh Kay
From: Pedantic Pedestrian
Date: 21 Jun 2009, 14:04
Bunny will have a go at "Horse Latitudes" then.

RABBIT SHOW REJECT - Jun 27, 2009
heresy - or hearsay? this is really a comment but if it were displayed I would be burnt at the cake... I don't think Mr Jackson (god bless him) was that good. Everytime I hear "Rockin' Robin" I think of "Candle in the wind". I am a cynic.
Teaset Body Review - Jun 29, 2009
RE: Raaaabbithooooooole! - These were just the ones that I could think of!
From: Evil Demented Bunny
What a lovely group! It's a pleasure to be included in such august company. Bunny

From: Pedantic Pedestrian
To: RABBIT SHOW REJECT, THE UNCONVENTIONAL CHOIR OF SMELLY NURSES, Odd Pop, ROY FROM VORTEX CONTROL, Evil Demented Bunny, Ken Dead (And The Dodgymen), RABID SOW REJECT, ThE ChrIsTmAs TrEeS, SteViE CHunDeR & ThE FakE vEGetAbLe ReiChsTag, The Future of Rock & Roll?, MADAME PARAVACINO’S SUNSHINE KIDDIES, Teaset Body Review, ArT RaTz
Date: Jun 28, 2009 4:49 AM
Please welcome Mr RABBITHOLE SAM to our little SpaceCommunity. myspace.com/rhsuk