how about a page for those random facts you just need to share with other people . they can be amusing or informative or both . heres the first .... an ice cream van is statistically the most dangerous vehicle on the roads of britain . after all a…Read more…
Couldn't see a thread dedicated to live music. I went to see The Specials last night at Rock City,Nottingham. Good gig small venue (about 2500). Decent atmosphere. Was almost a very short concert with Mr Hall threatening to walk off after bottles…Read more…
Ok, by popular request, here is the un-cool Pictures thread. So as not to get on such a low niveau as the black movie buffs descended to last year, I ask you not to post any members from any style forums and the likes. It should be funny stylewise…Read more…
Gettin’ To The Point Leeds premier modernist event returns, playing the best in R&B, Soul, Ska, Jazz, British Beat, Latin & Mod Club Classics Guest DJs: Dave Edwards (Sidewinder) Paul Molloy (Friday Street) Andrea Mattioni (Dreamsville)…Read more…
Here's twenty reasons to have ignored the charts of the 80's completely , there were a lot of underground bands ,some bigger than others, that we could see live or listen to , so the idea of the thread is to list the bands you enjoyed at the time…Read more…
I don't think there's anyway back for me
in fact Im looking for those who will save my soul
blame the blacke crowes for bringing them up as an early influence
and gram parsons
( mega cool if you like him )
but they al…"
The difference is we can conveniently forget ours, his however are plastered over some tatty rag or Internet forum.
Still chaps take a moment to…"
although I did when I read robin Williams of take that fame was reduced to selling his range of clothes thru chav favourite primark
then I seen the single breasted raincoat ......which isn't too bad really
if you're on a bu…"
Dedicated Follower fanzine was born in 1985 as an Eleanor Rigby zine initially, then becoming a fully-fledged Modzine by issue three but it still had a heavy Eleanor slant to it. So with a special Best of Eleanor Rigby CD out this month and a 30th anniversary imminent for D.F we thought it a good idea to do an article on the magazine. The last paper issue came out at the end of 1988. An Internet version was launched online around 1994 and stopped around the year 2004.