December 21, 2005

From the man himself

Follow-up to Lies, all lies from not a scientist

Well, if Shane thinks he is singing the song then he must be! I read an interview at the back of The Observer's Music Monthly Magazine between him and Katie Melieu (sp?) and she has been asked to stand in for some of the (live?) performances. So it must have been released this week… I still haven't heard it on the radio which was my main gripe… However it picked up a bit at 4am when there was less slush and more upbeat tunes.

NOTE: I am not demanding that christmas songs are played non-stop, because that would turn us all into raging violent meatbags of destruction. But seeing as they are playing them occasionally on the radio, I just wish they'd play the better ones…


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  1. Katie Melua ain't worthy enough to step into Kirsty's shoes. I love 'Fairytale Of New York', it's not really Christmas until it's on the radio although even that's less frequent these days. Used to be a guaranteed daily appearance on either the Mark And Lard Show or Lamacq but as neither of those shows goes out daily anymore I guess we're stuck with crap like X Factor.

    Liking the raging violent meatbags of destruction image.

    21 Dec 2005, 09:42

  2. Radio 2 has a lot of Christmas songs at the moment (says he being subjected to The SugarBabes – Ugly at this very moment grrr).

    I saw Shane on't tele t'other day. He didn't really look like he was up for singing anything… unless it be something indiscernible in an alleyway outside the boozer.

    21 Dec 2005, 12:23


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