posted on October 15, 2007 at 6:06 am

the doodles have turned 8
a lucky man i am
my wealth in children
aurora jk and eve sk
my oh my you make your daddy proud
oh theyre so….well built people say
well made
robust
very kind kids too
unlike me
i was not a kind kid
but the doodles
aw shucks
that most tedious thing
a father gushing over his kids
god i love them
god thank you
russell was a kind kid
john too
oh he was ultra-nice
but me…?
i was like a little loki
in the bosom of our extended family
i broke up an engagement once
my cousin brian
engaged to a lady with a large nose
cmon i was 5 or 6
gee though
when i said
cor lady, you aint ‘alf gotta big nose
well
all hell broke loose
the lady was nasally overample as they might say today
soon after the engagement was off
she felt all his rellies thought she had a big nose
just cos this one little evil illmannered sod
had blurted out the inevitable truth
as plain as the nose on…..
well i know you can smell a cliche a mile away
anyway i guess she packed her trunk (geddit) and nicked off
oh i have to work so hard to even be civil
let alone nice
i think johnny winston o’boogie had the same problem
see him in those beatles movies
he liked to shake up the status quo a little
he was cranky and bitter and ranting and rambling too
course he practically invented rock music though
and i didnt
i just carried on in his foot steppes
and even lesser luminaries follow in my wake
so gee itd be nice to be nice
what is it in me that is just waiting to get out of its cage
baby you know its what gives me my fucking edge
thats what the others lack
a good edge
dylan gotta edge
lennon
bowie…ooh watch out
i bet he was a doozy in his day
specially after a line or 2
neils got the edge
unlike those other 3 in csny
pattis got the edge
mick n keith loads of edge
elton john no edge whatsoever
justin timberlake utterly edgeless
kate bush edge
tori crazy but edge
u2 they have the edge but not an edge (imhfo)
rem so unbelievably edgeless
deadwood hooo loads and loads of nasty edge
although thats a tv show of course
wow as im writing this
i realise how important this edge thing is
andre breton
rimbaud
dylan t
dali
klimt
van gogh
they all got edge
can you define edge?
i’ll give ya its negatives
namby pamby mundane schmaltzy insincere tedious
syrupy conservative “straight”
edge is living it
edge is refusing to listen
edge is first hand field experience
eg dont preach about derangement of the senses
unless you have deranged your own
ha ha
youd be surprised how many rabble rousing journalists
are incendiary in print only
in real life they turn out to be portly and cowardly
i suppose then edge is, to me, belief
belief in the value of some intangible feeling
and that feeling and its transmission
give you some kinda energy
more energy than money or food or even drugs
because moneydrugsfood can fuck your edge and energy
eg marc bolan who i idolised
in a couple of years he was so awful
and so edgeless
he didnt even know himself!
if you want a sobering experience
listen to
a beard of stars
made in 69/70
listen to that attention to detail
listen how bolans gone out of his way
to create a crazy detailed mixture
of medieval fantasy and rocknroll
each word beautifully enunciated
each word carefully chosen in its place
a wonderful english poet
ah his strange and lovely voice
the way a faun would sing and play a les paul
exquisite wah wah
a wah wah speaking liquid volumes of love
familiar instruments but put together to produce this
something from another world
another time
what? my friends from school would say
is he singing in old english or something?
yes bolans a bit shakespeare
a puck or an ariel maybe
anyhow when he did this he had edge
not macho edge now mister
no no
marc was the edge of a fantastic dandy
a wide eyed ladykiller
a bopping elf
a mere 3 years later
bolan
done over by money food drugs
had lost it
the edge was blunted flat chat
listen to anything after slider if you can
a couple of singles ok
then
(sound of something melting into a turgid puddle)
funny how things erode people
like the weather erodes mountains
you stand there in time
things rush past you
come into contact with you
rub over you
hit you
soak into you
take chunks out of you
scratch you up
and dent you
fame ooh thats a coarse element in human erosion
look what it did to el vis
he was a nice guy
but fame had done his head in
and food
and drugs
marilyn too
and britney
and belushi
and poor fuckin’ jimbo
who had more edge than ive had toasted tomato sandwiches
iggy pop a cat with edge
steve tyler too in a showbiz way
sigur ros
king crimson
hawkwind
i guess all my faves had or got some kinda edge
people i dont really like with edge too
rappers and metals
not the edge i like tho
too much aggression is like too much docility
both are tedious
an artist must provide light and dark within his own work
the comparison must be able to be made within
i dont want 100 % of just one quality
unless its strangeness
unless its euphoria
unless its delight and joy and bliss
ok i’ll take them in lieu of variety
otherwise
some turkey bawling in my face bores me
i get tired of all that shouting
all that purposeless intensity
gimme some opposites!
amen

66 Responses to “doodles = 8”

  1. avatar
    Olde Amps | 15 October 2007 at 7:26 am #

    Happy Birthday to them thar’ little doodles from Olde Amps in sunny, warm and windy olde Melbourne.

  2. avatar
    Anonymous | 15 October 2007 at 7:31 am #

    I got edge.

    I’ve drawn gasps with it from regular folk.

    They only problem is that it is not in anyway appealing in a regular, garden variety human in the 21st century unless you got talent of some kind to back it up.

    B.Bon

  3. avatar
    Anonymous | 15 October 2007 at 7:40 am #

    Happy Happy Birthday Birthday to the Doodles!!!!..a word of wisdom on their 8th birthdays..”stay away from the edge trimmers…Fly!…be free!…and eat as much ice cream as you can possibly get away with TODAY!”….xxA

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    Anonymous | 15 October 2007 at 7:52 am #

    Best wishes to the doodles sk, it’s so sweet to hear YOU gushing for a change 🙂

    Yeah, the “sk edge” is part of the package, the package that makes up the sk I love! You’ve got the right balance there baby, shaking things up a bit the sk way!
    Love Amanda

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    persephone2u | 15 October 2007 at 7:59 am #

    Dayum, this was a perfect rant of a blog! Happy birthday to your lovely daughters…I’m 2 days overdue and hopefully today will be the day the devil himself arrives, ha!

    All artists should have an edge. It’s what separates them from the tedious celebs of our day ala Britney, Lindsey etc. A perfect mixture of light and dark is spot-on and those you mentioned had IT. That undefinable something that made them special, which is lacking in anybody out there today. Only no Steven Tyler — don’t ask me how this came about, but Bebe Buell has told me enough stories about the man that I have to say Elvis Costello has more of an edge in a proper sense. And that’s really saying something! Steven Tyler’s a nice, boring guy I’m sure, haha. He took drugs like everyone else, but he’s still bloody boring. Drugs alone won’t give a person artistry and an edge.

    On the subject of drugs…er…Bolan’s Unicorn is my favorite album of his. Perfect in every conceivable way. Cocaine and his sad, sad second wife were his downfall. Both killed him (one literally, the silly bint) and ruined his edge.

    Now if only we could bring back the age of the Bretons and the Baudelaires, the Bowies and the Bolans, and dump the pointless Britneys off a sharp cliff someplace. That’s my happy thought for the day. :-}

  6. avatar
    eek | 15 October 2007 at 8:00 am #

    Happy birthday to the doodles! (psst — you can usually work your birthday for several days girls…)

    i was like a little loki

    That made me laugh. I bet you were quite a little heller! Did anyone ever give you an appraising look and then say “Your mum must be a saint”? People used to do that with me all the time and I would always think “what? what did I do now?”

    Steve — notice you’re now up to 80 in the charts. That’s me, you know. 😉

  7. avatar
    Faye | 15 October 2007 at 8:03 am #

    My grandfather used to call me “Mild Thing”.Mmmm,yes,edgey rocks,but it aint nothing unless its coming from a luvvin,magical place!maybe that’s how you carry it off so well SK!.. I have been to many live gigs ,where your performanc has left my jaw agape!..You got Pizazz,n Jazzz! peace and Love . xo

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    Faye | 15 October 2007 at 8:14 am #

    …. a HUMUNGOUS HAPPY BIRTHDAY,TO EVE..AND A GINORMOUS HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO AURORA …bring on the PAR-TEE! xo xo

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    Anonymous | 15 October 2007 at 9:37 am #

    who’da thunk it?SK a bit of a handful,and a cheeky little boy…HaHaHaHa!..I was quiet as a mouse,and a whole 5 feet taller!..I only really found my voice{so to speak}at about 17!….My dearest friend ,fiona,says that i say the things that some people would ever only think,and the wit makes a WHIPLASH!98% of the time……but it does make for good art,music,and laughter..I think that Ms.Napolitana,has a lotta edges. she’s a bit of a Patti,in her own way.SK wouldn’t be SK without that edge…god musnt have got much change when he purchased you to produce these blossoms…Happy Birthday doodles..libran girls are very sweet,so ithey need a second piece of cake{just to keep their sweetness primo}….have a beautiful night Mr.Kilbey! ..love,as always,gen xxxxx x xo xo {bday girls extras}{ps deadwood rocks}

  10. avatar
    Anonymous | 15 October 2007 at 9:46 am #

    Yep, edge is vital.
    I loved Mick Ronson.
    But he had no edge.
    This is why Bowie (and others) was able to get away with shafting him out of co-songwriting credits and royalties.
    Mick was a wonderful man, an awesomely emotional guitarist, fantastic arranger, the best 2nd-in-command anyone could want and he looked like a Modiglianni painting of God.
    He was also dirt poor for the last 25 years of his life – because he had no edge and those that did took advantage of that.
    Don’t let it happen to you, kids – dig in your fucking heels, grit your teeth and say “Fucking NO!”
    Is this relevant? Yes, cos I know Steve’s a big fan of Ronno’s as well.

  11. avatar
    Anonymous | 15 October 2007 at 10:02 am #

    I’m surprised that you didn’t list your name under jimbo as I thought that was where the moral was leading

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    Anonymous | 15 October 2007 at 10:30 am #

    Happy Birthday doodles!
    Hope you have had a fun-filled and luscious Bondi day with many sweet things to eat and interesting gifts!

    love from KittyKat!!xxx!

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    Anonymous | 15 October 2007 at 10:33 am #

    Love The Church.
    Love Steve Kilbey.
    Love Bowie.
    Love Neil.
    Love Air.
    Love Ryan Adams (yes, Steve, some country, too).
    Love Ray Lamontagne.
    Love early Rolling Stones.
    Love Led Zeppelin (even though Plant’s vocals tend to be too “over-the-top” for my taste).

    Bolan / T. Rex I’ve never managed to get into. I’m just not feeling the music – not moved by it in any way whatsoever.

    Highly recommended new releases:

    1)The Shepherd’s Dog by Iron And Wine (simply wonderful).

    2)Smokey Rolls Down Thunder Canyon by Devendra Banhart (opposites aplenty).

    Now I’m just waiting for The Killer’s two new albums.How about ’em, Steve?

    Thomas Thomsen, Denmark.

  14. avatar
    Anonymous | 15 October 2007 at 11:02 am #

    they say that there is an abyss,of unfathomable depth,where thos who are somewhere inbetween Houdini,and Napoleon fall,off that very edge they were attempting to harness…YA either gut it or YA ain’t!…and YA got it SK! x

  15. avatar
    rick maimi | 15 October 2007 at 11:22 am #

    Who the fuck is jimbo?

  16. avatar
    Anonymous | 15 October 2007 at 11:24 am #

    yep, hope the gels had a lovely day, dad…what kinds of things did they hassle you to get them for pressies…
    i would have HATED to be your teacher when you were small, betcha you were sent to the naughty chair all the time…
    edge…interesting concept…heard suzanne for the first time a couple of days ago and i’ve borrowed a book of cohen’s poetry from the library…now there’s edge…thank you so much for putting me onto this guy…
    love always
    -The Hellbound Heart

  17. avatar
    Anonymous | 15 October 2007 at 11:36 am #

    Steve,you forgot to type your own name in that list of edgey luminaries.most of those,you mentioned,also had the dilemma,and unenviable task of “casting pearls before swine”*

  18. avatar
    Anonymous | 15 October 2007 at 11:44 am #

    oooohww…a moth just flew ,and sat on my arm…….somebody turn the echo off on the relevance meter… Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm………

  19. avatar
    fantasticandy | 15 October 2007 at 12:01 pm #

    saw bolan live on the day ‘get it on’ hit the no.1 spot here in blighty.
    you’d have sworn he was totally unstopable.
    love to the girls!
    andy L.

  20. avatar
    Anonymous | 15 October 2007 at 12:41 pm #

    steve,
    i second the iron & wine selection. and, of course, all his old demos. wonderful blog today. i think you summed it up. especially giving us that out on slowdive-ish sounds at the end. that much bliss needs little variety.

    r.

  21. avatar
    isolde | 15 October 2007 at 12:53 pm #

    give us this day our daily read
    and forgive us our platitudes as we cliche against you
    lead us not into superlatives
    but deliver us from expectations
    for thine is the time, the being and the edge
    for ever and ever
    amen

  22. avatar
    Anonymous | 15 October 2007 at 12:55 pm #

    MMMSK vs. Jimbo? SK is handsomer,his edge is more of a subtle sledge-hammerring with a magic wand,his voice is dreamier,and…………who is Jimbo,again? x

  23. avatar
    Anonymous | 15 October 2007 at 2:19 pm #

    jim morrison

  24. avatar
    restaurant mark | 15 October 2007 at 2:19 pm #

    happy b-day to the doodles! it’s mine and my wife’s 2nd wedding anniversary today…got a nice dinner and wine planned…candles, music…etc. and then some more etc.

    loved today’s blog…you know it when a band or artist has lost it’s edge or vibe…you can feel it…or you can’t anymore, i should say. sometimes it’s not bad yet…you can just hear the decline. then some have never had an edge to lose…justin, britney…so edgeless they’re round.

    take care and thanks steve.

    mark

  25. avatar
    Anonymous | 15 October 2007 at 2:49 pm #

    i agree with x,when youve heard and seen the church,and SK…..who is Jim Morrison,but a 36yo ghost,anyway! *

  26. avatar
    matthew | 15 October 2007 at 2:50 pm #

    “u2 they have the edge but not an edge”… hahaha, yes I concur… can’t we return to when they were “re-inventing” ie exploring some potentially interesting territory?

  27. avatar
    Brien Comerford | 15 October 2007 at 2:58 pm #

    Happy anniversary of the births of Sk’s daughters. I have no edge and my panic attacks and incessant anxiety and guilt have driven me over the edge.

    Nobody has more edge than Chrissie Hynde. She fights for animal rights more than any other rock star. Hate to say it but George Bush and Dick Cheney have edge.

    The Church don’t have edge. They have inviolable class. Despite being unpardonably overlooked by the commercial music industry moguls, The Church continue to compose and record the most dreamy, ethereal, haunting, profound and solacing music ever. Even the critics who admire The Church admit that their music is so elaborate it can take several listens until the splenderous grandeur of the their music incorporates the psyche and permeates the soul. SK=Cerebral !

  28. avatar
    melissa | 15 October 2007 at 3:21 pm #

    How about Nick Cave Steve? I think he has quite a bit of edge.. just went to his concert in Melby tonight and it was amazing, despite a few crazed jumping fans (or maybe I’m just getting old!)

    Happy Doodle’s birthday!

  29. avatar
    Candy | 15 October 2007 at 3:37 pm #

    Sweet dreams deliciously edging off to the otherworld. love . x

  30. avatar
    a thirsty dog | 15 October 2007 at 4:01 pm #

    “I’m sorry that I exist and when I look in your eyes I see you’re sorry too”

  31. avatar
    Cee | 15 October 2007 at 4:26 pm #

    Joe Strummer had edge…he still has edge over there somewhere…

  32. avatar
    Anonymous | 15 October 2007 at 4:26 pm #

    Pre army Elvis was the absolute best. Agree with Lennon highly…”Elvis died the day they inducted him into the army.”

    Bolan and T Rex were astounding!
    Watch Born To Boogie sometime.

    The Faces…badass band with a hell of a lot of edge.

    Happy b-day to the girls. My daughter just turned 8 also.

    Peace and God Bless,
    Mark
    Tampa, Fl

  33. avatar
    ben | 15 October 2007 at 6:51 pm #

    i think man is an incredible mixture of strength and weakness. i get turned off with artists who try to hide weaknesses the same way i do, but im strengthened by one who is able to use both confidently.

  34. avatar
    davem | 15 October 2007 at 7:31 pm #

    I think you can have edge and not be a twat. You can rail against complacency, never compromise your art, spit in the face of the machine and yet not be an arse 24/7. You manage it really well nowadays. You jump from word to music to canvas and back again, always delivering quality work that stretches your audience, you never patronise us or take us for granted. But you’ve become more approachable and whole. It’s good to see. Thank-you.
    x

  35. avatar
    Anonymous | 15 October 2007 at 7:36 pm #

    Steve, I think your edge is sharper than spit, hey I must have missed it first time around, saw Vanilla Sky last night and loved it, nice edge there. I think I lived it.
    cheers,
    jax

  36. avatar
    Anonymous | 15 October 2007 at 7:39 pm #

    good morning Mr.Kilbey@bondi.com!hope you have a lovely sunny day up there on Mt.Olympus.Hows the water in the baths?mmm..and how fresh are the olives?looking forward to today’s bloogtalk to us of chickens,and lamp-post signage of the 13th century in the amazon delta…Todays song for the world..is a rocking rolling tango,in c minor…love to you and wishes for a bright sunny day…as always,gen xxxxx x

  37. avatar
    Anonymous | 15 October 2007 at 9:48 pm #

    we haven’t had a big veggie arguement for a while?????

  38. avatar
    Todd | 15 October 2007 at 10:06 pm #

    I know what you’re getting at, Steve. One odd anomaly hit me, tho… George didn’t have much edge, but dam, methinks that All Things Must Pass is one of the most glorious things out there still.

  39. avatar
    Anonymous | 15 October 2007 at 10:21 pm #

    I’ve got a smidgen{can almost put my finger on it,truly}of that etherial edge.It gets me going,and keeps me going!….it’s better than a poke in the eye!…./ChW x

  40. avatar
    steve kilbey | 15 October 2007 at 10:24 pm #

    george didnt have a lotta edge thats true
    yet we all love him
    hmmm
    the exception that proves the rule…?

  41. avatar
    mattdavison | 15 October 2007 at 10:32 pm #

    I ve got the edge!!! Alway’s have
    But It ain’t easy

    Living with the Edge

    You know it is very possible to be a great human and still have the Edge

    Straights don’t have it
    Penis puppet blokes don’t
    Police officers kinda have it (sometimes)
    kILBEY the Panther does
    Kyle ain’t got et.
    nor- jack Johnson or those other pussy solo gannets

    Oh and I got it.. Did I mention that you Tofu turkey’s

    The Edge is Ego
    The Edge is standing alway’s near the EDGE

  42. avatar
    the dean | 15 October 2007 at 10:46 pm #

    johnny howard got an edge like the westerly wind in winter. the mean little muvverf*cker.
    now i’ve ruined it for everyone, sorry.

  43. avatar
    Anonymous | 15 October 2007 at 10:54 pm #

    Um,Mr.Dean?…i think you need a bit of style to have edge….something that Little Johnny Appleseed and his tracksuits definitely lack…a huge percentage of pollies,lose their edge,once they are in the big jobs,and the 10 blokes who are running the world sit em down on a cold floor,and bully the edge outta them…i think thats how and why we all think al gore is a legend…no tracksuit?no pussyfooting,and his “churchie museum”in the library,in the summerhouse,by the lake…./jbx

  44. avatar
    fantasticandy | 15 October 2007 at 11:27 pm #

    ‘all things must pass’ is the greatest album the beatles never made.
    L&M kept him down coz he didn’t have ‘edge’.
    george was the best.
    ‘edge’ ain’t worth shit.
    steve…your’e so wrong.
    sorry, but brittney and justin and the edge got ‘edge’…they got lorryloads of ‘edge’.
    why fool yourself, you ain’t got ‘edge’.
    none at all.
    your’e ‘gifted’.
    like george.
    ‘n arthur
    ‘n harry
    ‘n marc(pre-tanx)
    you wrote ‘comedown’ didn’t ya?
    ….marc ‘n george would’a fuckin’ loved it.
    gifted…blessed…inspired…
    ‘edge’ my ass.

  45. avatar
    Anonymous | 15 October 2007 at 11:33 pm #

    MattyD – I agree. Those with ‘the edge’ are not afraid to stand with their toes hanging over the ledge. They display their ‘edge-ness’ in their swagger and persona. Who can honestly say that they live their life unafraid of what may be, too scared to take a chance, any chance in life, not many and that’s the real pity.

    PS – to the dean and above anon. Paul Keating had the edge.

  46. avatar
    Anonymous | 16 October 2007 at 12:11 am #

    it always fascinated me,at peace rallies,protests,that the folks who thought they had edge,actually were mostly full of hot air…how could a blue mohawked,ripped-clothed ,safety-pinned,punk without a cause.who is really gonna take a person like that seriously?…i believe that a modern effective edge could be achieved by some of these politicians,if they steered the ship from within…instead of attempting to try and get laws and changes made formally….reverse-bullying tactics:make the opponent believe that it was their idea,to cut CO2 emissions,so everybody’s agreed on it….then they could get on with running the rest of the countrs business’,and bicker all they like….all we’d need is a polli,who had the “Green/Left/labor-ish”concepts to get it rolling…..does Mr.Garret have that?..does he read yer blog ?….he should,if he could…./jb x

  47. avatar
    veleska1970 | 16 October 2007 at 12:54 am #

    happy happy birthday to the doodles!!!!

  48. avatar
    EDGE | 16 October 2007 at 1:07 am #

    YA GOT ME SK!……IN SPADES…! x

  49. avatar
    Queen Hatshepsut | 16 October 2007 at 2:00 am #

    Steven,
    I remember I was in Santa Barbara, wishing you a belated happy-birthday on Sept. 14, 1999 – just a month before your precious doodles made their grand entrance into this crazy life. You had *serious* edge that night. It kinda scared me.

    hope the doodles had a good one! my fifth graders love to say “youth is wasted on the young” – which never fails to kill me, because they’ve no idea the truth they speak!

    love,
    denise
    xxoo

  50. avatar
    Ethereal Butterfly | 16 October 2007 at 3:07 am #

    Yeah I’m listening……Charisma – the power to inspire,
    Some people give off charisma, edge, Stage presence don’t they?
    Ghandi had it, apparently Jesus had it, Buddha? I’ve always thought it was connected with sexuality, but now I think it’s deeper. I think it’s to do with, as you say, focus & energy, but even deeper than this – being centred with yourself, spirituality possibly. People who are centred are like magnets they inspire and draw others to them, and you have to protect yourself from those who siphon it from you……….. I wonder if angels/seraphim would have it?

  51. avatar
    Anonymous | 16 October 2007 at 3:40 am #

    you are wrong about rem especially the early songs like west of the fields, so central rain, driver 8, and i remember california. dark edges southern gothic have a listen to their obscure songs and i feel your perception will alter. talk about philistines and sycophants that would be steven tyler what an utter american evil trashheap, ever hear dude like a lady? pure evil GW’s favorite. and again please rebel against this tori amos broad she is total tripe, she should write and sing for masingil douche comercials, no edge just smelly, slutty trollip. please wake up from the spell, its witchcraft bro. plus whats wrong with t-rex electric warrior from 72. i love some of those songs. plus where was your edge on some of those songs on sometime anywhere? day of the dead was the best but wow dude business women was lousy. maven was good though but you should sell that buzy wombmyn to tori. smoke 1 for me dad. liked your 70s stories of the blue mazda adventures.

  52. avatar
    ...being here, doing this... | 16 October 2007 at 4:32 am #

    revere not the edge
    that everyone can see
    projecting from the
    facade of ‘personality’

    revere the cliqueless, hidden edge

    that cuts through to
    equanimity…

    stillness
    in the midst of
    this storm of illusions

    ~

  53. avatar
    steve kilbey | 16 October 2007 at 4:46 am #

    #

  54. avatar
    Anonymous | 16 October 2007 at 4:50 am #

    minimalist avante guarde zen edge…tis the mark ‘o’ the Killer!Buena Vista!

  55. avatar
    sharka | 16 October 2007 at 5:24 am #

    Did Oxford band, Ride have edge?

    Who would of thought Mark Gardener and Andy Bell* could of come up with that?

    Those incendiary guitars…

    and what about our own Marty W-P, on “Day of the Dead”, to take one example?

    Ripping it up, and such a nice young man!

    * not forgetting Lol and Steve.

  56. avatar
    Centuryhouse | 16 October 2007 at 6:34 am #

    Good observations.

    Some days I could stand to lose a little ‘edge’ 🙂

    dw

  57. avatar
    Centuryhouse | 16 October 2007 at 6:36 am #

    Oops – and congrats on the blessing of fatherhood that you’ve enjoyed. Sounds like they have a good dad, and are good for you too.

  58. avatar
    Anonymous | 16 October 2007 at 6:52 pm #

    THE SMITHS = Flower Razors

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    ^jax | 16 October 2007 at 8:08 pm #

    Heya: I missed this but the videos are there: Celebrating the 21st Century Boy… go look..
    even you Daniel**( I dig ya)

    http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=230406202

  60. avatar
    ^jax | 16 October 2007 at 8:12 pm #

    sheepsters, try again..
    http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?
    fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=230406202

  61. avatar
    Anonymous | 17 October 2007 at 1:00 pm #

    Bill Nelson has edge, Steve. Don’t forget him!

  62. avatar
    NickF | 18 October 2007 at 11:15 am #

    i’m glad you mentioned REM. They made a few great albums. But their artistry is so dull now. they exist on sheer reputation now. they got 80 mil from what ever dumb record label back in the nineties, oh and never earned any of it back for them. They are terribly unimportant, so unimportant that i will just erase this ……..

  63. avatar
    Anonymous | 18 October 2007 at 1:28 pm #

    *u r a necessity*

  64. avatar
    Anonymous | 20 October 2007 at 3:23 pm #

    Amen.
    – Sarah

  65. avatar
    X | 21 October 2007 at 1:32 am #

    love .

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    Fireseed | 22 October 2007 at 9:21 am #

    a luvly new concept, sk!


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