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What up guys, does anyone have any ideas for band names?
Preferably offensive ones.
I know there's an official 'what should i call my band' thread somewhere but I don't want to read through loads of boring names like Chase the Parade and Subkill.
You should check the Partisans, really good band.
Not technically an Oi! band but they are pretty street/UK82. They were on one of the Strength Thru Oi! compilations.
"I'm into surrealism, French, erotic, symbolism and existentialism, including:
René Descartes, Marquis de Sade, André Breton, Georges Bataille, Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Mira Gonzalez, Pierre Louÿs, Friedrich Nietzsche, Legs McNeil, Tristan Tzara, Benjamin Péret, Comte de Lautréamont, Arthur Rimbaud, Stéphane Mallarmé, Charles Baudelaire, YHWH.
Check out my music taste: http://www.last.fm/user/FaygoBro420"
a bunch of dudes, how gross. i have been looking for lady writers i can vibe to but have not had much luck outside of a few critic/scholar types. :/
You lot need to check Flann O' Brien - Like James Joyce but concise and funnier, and I ****ing love Joyce but then I have no life so can afford to.
I envy you, I want to move to Germany for a bit (thinking Hamburg for a few St. Pauli matches and the like) but I'm already getting dragged into precarity.
I care just as much about this pope as I did the last.
I like The Dead Milkmen, The Vandals, The Varukers, The Adicts, The Unseen, TSOL, The Dead Kennedys, Jello Biafra.
peavey classic 50. got a solid-state bandit now, it's better in every way. although it sounds like a tube amp even though it isn't, so i'm kinda going against my principles by liking it.
i'm sorta ambivalent about x-ray spex. not ambivalent about "oh bondage" though, it's rad.
i don't like slf because they played deep purple shit before they became clash poseurs.
I saw SLF in paris a few years back and they were amazing. They still put on a great show and played just the hits if I remember!
(comment dit-on "time to learn german" en allemand?)
u guiz r dumb
hey lavazza, sorry if this is an offensive question to ask and i am going to sound like an ignorant american, but how much offense to germans usually take to "kraut" nowadays? does it vary with generation? (or something else?) i'm just curious. friends and i were arguing about it (that sounds dumb, but basically he declined to use the word "krautrock" 'cuz of its origin and evetually decided he would stop saying "sauerkraut" lol. btw, is sauerkraut called sauerkraut in germany?)
sorry for the dumb questions, yr like the only german person i know.
my last name is of german origin i think, maybe it's french though. but check it out, i'm pretty sure i'm related to this evil dude: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adolf_Galland
Fuck you all I hope you die.