Robbie’s new video

September 24, 2006 at 8:57 pm (Uncategorized)

Leaked onto You Tube enjoy it now while you can.

At first I thought, is this the new Justin Timberlake one as it’s well… not really very ‘Robbie’. But it’s bloomin catchy. I really love it. The critics will pan it of course but when did anyone care what they thought?

And the video should be played on rotation 24/7. He is looking amazing And all the crowd nodding must be a tribute to the TT tour surely?

Bring on the new album if this is the quality of the material on it.

1974 and the new Take That album…
Pop music is back people and they’re spoiling us.


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Would have been perfect if it had been during Trippin’…

September 20, 2006 at 8:54 pm (Uncategorized)

[Can you tell I have recently found out how to add My Tube vids to this site? 🙂 Enjoy ]

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Hoff mania hits Manchester

September 20, 2006 at 8:00 pm (Uncategorized)

Wait until they get Barlow!

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Music Video of the week

September 19, 2006 at 7:09 pm (Uncategorized)

What else could it possibly be?

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It’s been some summer

September 19, 2006 at 7:04 pm (Uncategorized)

Normally the summer months are a bit boring. Yeah the hot weather is nice and all that but without the football it can get a little boring. Not this summer. Take That AND Robbie Williams touring in the same summer. They’re spoiling us.

Milton Keynes is obviously a shit hole and should be condemned at the earliest opportunity but you just have to go along anyway so we did. Having navigated roadworks, a petrol station out of petrol, the snide £20 “quick-getaway” car parks and the roundabout in Hemel Hempstead where the traffic goes round both ways (they’re funny lot down there) we were finally there and… we… nothing… for what seemed like hours. For whatever reason Orson didn’t turn up to which nobody was particulay arsed until a nameless DJ came on and played a few tunes. Before which we were enjoying exciting medeleys featuring the likes of Vanilla Ice, MC Hammer and Neneh Cherry to this was definatley a step down as he played one predicable anthem after another. Occasionally I saw the middle of his index figure which suggested there was someone there, but he was such a short arse you could never be completley sure.

After he had gone on came Basement Jaxx to liven the crowd up and the ladies changed their costume after every song, my favousite being the Queen of Hearts get up one of them came on with. You might be alright in Milton keynes with that kind of gear love but try walking round your local town centre on the early hours of Saturday morning and see what reaction you get.

But eventually it was time for Robbie or what we could see of him. But that’s all standing gigs for you, I will bring a box next time.

Quote of the evening “£3.50 for a 99? That’s taking the piss but you do get two flakes”

Getting away was fun as well. Long queues of traffic for miles on end. Must be roadworks? An accident? No, a lass had parked her car up in the lane blocking all the traffic so she could be sick in full view of everyone at the side of the road. Lovely.

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At last, someone with the balls to say what we’ve all been thinking

September 19, 2006 at 6:54 pm (Uncategorized)

Paul Burrell comes on This Morning promoting a new book about Diana and expecting an easy ride. Then Philip Schofield pipes up with “You were Diana’s rock and now she is your pension fund”.


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Meanwhile in the media…

September 19, 2006 at 6:53 pm (Uncategorized)

The NOTW have a slow news day and come out with some nonsense about Robbie being ill. Apparently he was sweating onstage at one of his concerts. I can’t imagine how on earth that could happen on a hot day and millions of vaults of lights shining down on you… And Victoria Newton’s pathetic crusade against the man continues with sly digs here and there in The Sun. Though how someone who looks as dense as her can possibly begin to criticise others is beyond me. She could perhaps begin her rehabilitation by actually trying to string a coherent sentence together. Well, maybe someday it will happen.

Still on the RW theme Ceefax letters contributors continue with their sly little comments. Apparently it is no proper entertainment to watch such a person in concert and those going should not waste their money and should go and see Razorlight instead. Said band are, of course, a particular favourite with Edith Bowman and Colin Murray which is obviously reason alone not to like them. Although the fact they may be there (though if their gig attendance is as sporadic as their ‘fanatic football support’ attendance I wouldn’t bet on it…) could be reason enough to turn up with assorted weaponry or at least something to stuff into their gobs to stop them waffling on in the manner of which they have become accustomed. I would write some witty response to the Ceefax contributors but they wouldn’t see them, what with school starting again and everything.

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Travel Update

September 19, 2006 at 6:51 pm (Uncategorized)

Well what did you expect? Now now, I know you love it. I recently travelled from Newcastle to London on the train. It started nicely. I was relaxed, chilled… I had even come prepared with my home made butties so I did not have to pay extortionate buffet car prices. But then it all went downhill. Around an hour from London a businessman got on the carriage and as it was busy he came and sat next to me. Oh the joy. Now businessmen (or women for that matter) are one of my pet gripes. Why they cannot just sit down and enjoy the train ride…. Nope, it’s tap tap bloomin tap on their laptops and ringing random people to discuss nonsense that the rest of would rather not have to hear. I would stuff them all in their own carriage where they can make their monotonous phone calls in peace and the rest of us can try and get a bit of kip. And if that carriage was to somehow unfasten from the rest of the train en route then I don’t think there would be too many upset

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Pop Update

September 19, 2006 at 6:51 pm (Uncategorized)

Gary Barlow is doing a load of book signings. Down South he is appearing in respectable places like Borders, oop north he is in Asda and Tescos. Oh they do spoil us.

And I see Lee from Steps has been getting chucked out of the Totally Boyband programe as he was a pain in the arse, nobody liked him and “he couldn’t sing”, according to NKOTB’s Danny Wood. Coming from the man who sounded like Yogi Bear on crack when he sang “Step one… we could have lots of fun” I suspect he is in no position to comment. The pain in the arse comments well, we will let him away with those.

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The random football bit

September 19, 2006 at 6:48 pm (Uncategorized)

United v Arsenal… Oh Dear. The highlight of the game was when they showed the Unicef advert with Robbie Williams on the concourse screens at half time.

Nothing else made me glad I’d paid my admission money.

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