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25 May 2012, 17:13 by DanysNetLast.FM Milestones1000th track: (17 Nov 2008)
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23 Dec 2011, 04:23 by Punk-FictionAlbums of 2011
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PJ Harvey - Let England Shake
I love me some PB and J Harvey but this review is kind of embarrassing for me. This has gotten more re-reviews than any other album I've ever written about.
At first I hated it. I was let down. It wasn't what I'd come to expect out of Harvey.
I felt guilty for being that selfish and re-reviewed it a few months later. It got a better review but nothing to write home about.
A few months after that, the overall ranking that it earned changed but the review was kept the same.
Here we are, on the fourth review (and the page count has doubled). Close to a year later, I think I get it and I'm pretty impressed. I really think she could have done a better job tying up all the loose ends but she would risk watering down the message if she went down that path…
26 Apr 2009, 22:05 by Sic91
3 Sep 2006, 21:46 by lrossouwThis is live acts I have seen . This is a work in progress. Not sure I remember all of them. The list is pretty scrappy as we don't get that many international live acts down here.
Artists I have seen too many times too remember exact dates and places
Koos Kombuis usually in Stellenbosch
Arno Carstens Dorpstraat Teater in Stellenbosch and at Kirstenbosch
Springbok Nude Girls
David Kramer (more his musicals but somethings he has performed in too)
and many other South African acts.
Saw some a local group in Beijing but have no idea what there name was. Good Chinese rock though :D. Also:
Rocking the Daisies
Rem @ Belville Velodrome in Cape Town
Rodriguez at a very small venue in Dorpstreet Theatre Stellenbosch.
46664 Greenpoint, Cape Town http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/46664
Brilliant concert for a brilliant cause:
Queen (Brian May and Roger Taylor)
Paul Oakenfold with Shifty Shellshock and TC