posted on July 28, 2007 at 9:42 pm

the next day the killer awoke
its a rainy foggy day
hes in a beautiful hotel room
oh if only miss natalie was here…
the room is full of wood n soft sumptuous carpet
the killers mind is full of last nites gig
the music rings on in my mind n my ears
how could the same man have been ignored in one place
dismissed with nary a clap
and the same bloke
same songs
same mature (d)rugged handsome looks
same grey beard
gets 3 (count em!) encores somewhere else?
there you go
its all relative
wello was a shambles
cc was a fiasco
but orc-land was the decider
and the killer came home
the lovely audience provided a safety net of goodwill
i fell but i bounced back up
i remembered the words
i remember the chords
the protective invisible suit surrounded me
and my true self shone forth
nothing mattered anymore
they made me feel at home
and i did feel welcome there
one of the best solo gigs i ever done..
must thank kurt s
who promoted this tour
who put his money where his mouth was
and unfortunately
lost a few fucking thousand bucks
but thru everything
remained cheerful n optimistic
and was concerned for me and my upsndowns
kurt…bring me back again please
just me…not the band….
let orcland be my own little haven
where i know i can come n get a little adoration
i wanna thank paul footlights
who jumped in n made my gig a lot easier
gave of ‘imself regardless
and got my guitar intune at last
although hed bought a 40 buck ticket himself
he spent most of gig
backstage getting guitars ready
pauly …not a god…but damn close
and 12 strings are a bother yes
but when in tune are so sweet like a mini orc-estra
thanks to matty d for all his help n hope the film is good
thanks to the legendary shayne carter who came backstage
hope to see more of ya in syddley in nov
thanks to jo jo the phillipino who gushed n gushed
n had to be carted off still gushing
and strangely strangely
the other gentlemen calling himself matt d
i met him in the carpark
a big dark (welsh?) brute
looking for a fight was he…?
the killer gave him one in guts
one in the head
and then a high karate kick
which put his great vicious rugby lights out
hey apparently he was in town stalking the other matt d
you aint heard the last from that bastard…
hey davyddson…im gonna have ya
if ya ever step one inch below the equator again!!!
i left him moaning in the gutter
mopping up his blood with a copy of fruit machine…
ha! the bloody cheek…
today i fly out
the extended fam is having christmas in july
all 5 daughters
juicy wallop
all 2 brothers
all 1 niece
all 2 nephews
amy s
zoe m
karin n gorm
more swedes
uncle kenny n cousin sammy
and of course
lil nk
lies waiting patiently for me
homeward bound fiendss
back across the ditch
bye bye killer
come back soon

68 Responses to “the next day…”

  1. avatar
    Anonymous | 28 July 2007 at 10:36 pm #

    Elation, absolutely.

    I hope you see the note I left for you at the end of yesterday’s entry…

    Art Amused in CA

  2. avatar
    ed in fl | 28 July 2007 at 11:09 pm #

    What a difference a day can make. Congrats.

    ed in fl

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    lily was here | 28 July 2007 at 11:22 pm #

    Ahh Steve, that other matty d was seen running and screamin’ …into the girls toilets 🙂 But seriously, you are a fighter underneath, in a good way. Just heard a bit of ‘Almost With You’ playing on tv’s Sunrise show while I was about to type this. Well, we were ALWAYS with you, all the way. The people in auckland who saw you, helped you out (paul, matt etc) and Kurt, you rock bigtime, BIG time! Sorry to hear about the $$ but I hope you do go back again steve, an annual event? Tell Kurt we’ll support him. Safe travels,a happy family reunion to look fw to!
    sue x

    ps flamin’ hell, what sort of audience gave you nary a clap?! Dont those audiences realise that they are part of the performance too?

  4. avatar
    Rik Rehab | 28 July 2007 at 11:29 pm #

    Thank you Steve (aka The Marathon Man!) for a simply splendiferous performance last night…so inspiring to see the REAL thing, a true artiste, laying himself bare for all to see…and nice to catch up, albeit briefly, before and after the show..hurry back, ok?!

    Love and respect,

    Rikki M

  5. avatar
    tim | 28 July 2007 at 11:32 pm #

    glad to hear you are in good spirits! going home alway feels good. Safe journey, friend!

  6. avatar
    restaurant mark | 29 July 2007 at 12:09 am #

    glad for the great show…going home on an up note’s always good…enjoy the family
    take care

    get the pics i emailed ya?

  7. avatar
    Queen Hatshepsut | 29 July 2007 at 12:10 am #

    Ah, see, there you go! The killer came back and all is well. Have a great time with the family – and what a family! Happy Christmas in July.

  8. avatar
    PAGEY | 29 July 2007 at 12:27 am #


    Wish i could have seen the gig. I did manage to hear you on Radio NZ all the way up in Canada. It was sweet. Thanks.

  9. avatar
    Anonymous | 29 July 2007 at 12:31 am #

    sounds like a
    beautiful homecoming
    ahead for you sk

    merry christmas to all
    and to all a good night


  10. avatar
    relic | 29 July 2007 at 12:43 am #

    Im doing the snoopy dance for ya!

  11. avatar
    fantasticandy | 29 July 2007 at 12:52 am #

    you’ve got pals everyware!!!!
    how many people could say that?
    not many i’d wager.
    and certainly not the type who roll their sleeves up and get stuck in to help.
    feel the lurrrrve man.
    nice eh?
    good things to you and yours,
    g’night mate,
    andy L.

  12. avatar
    Leelinau | 29 July 2007 at 1:21 am #



  13. avatar
    Daberhasher | 29 July 2007 at 1:57 am #

    what a ride…
    good for you!

    merry christmas mister kilbey…
    enjoy the fam…


  14. avatar
    Anonymous | 29 July 2007 at 2:22 am #

    more good solo yes now

  15. avatar
    Anonymous | 29 July 2007 at 2:27 am #

    ‘Hey You?!’….christmas in July?….that would be the sure fire cure for any blues!…..a lovely day! to all who who loiter here in this cool world!……love as always ,genx xxxxxp.s. hope ya got bonbons!

  16. avatar
    veleska1970 | 29 July 2007 at 2:28 am #

    what more could you ask for? the final show was triumphant, and now you return to your fambly (ALL of them). and to top it all off, you even got a chance to beat up the evil mattD imposter. 😉

    enjoy your time with your family.

    lotza love…..

  17. avatar
    Jingle Jangel Mourning | 29 July 2007 at 2:34 am #

    Glad to hear it ended well for you.
    Solo acoustic aint my cup of tea but it’s good to hear you found your audience (or perhaps mojo).
    Hope i haven’t come across as too critical. It’s just that I thought you might like to hear the critique of one of thoses people who quietly leaves before the end. Hope it was constructive.
    Hey at least I don’t hang around talking or heckling.
    I much prefer your band, but keep Marty of them drums. That was the point I left last time.

  18. avatar
    Anonymous | 29 July 2007 at 2:36 am #

    Please someone post the songs from auckland

  19. avatar
    Tim | 29 July 2007 at 2:37 am #

    as you finish up your acoutic solo gigs…got me thinking about an incredibly talented and underground artist from Canada..Danny Michel. I had the pleasure to introduce him to the audience when he opened for a big celtic rock band named Great Big Sea(at least big in Canada..pun intended)..anyway..the man and his guitar..his voice..his song writing…amazing and he has a couple of things in common with you …a love affair with creative freedom after 10 years he just went back to DIY and i mean EVERYTHING he does himself that and David Bowie…in fact he released an entire album of bowie covers, but his real talent lies in his storytelling…
    hear for yourself…he’s on itunes…he has just released an acoustic retrospective of his first 10 years …a good place to start..Danny Michel..check him out…i’m sure he hates me because i became very nervous infront of a large audience and didn’t pronounce his name exactly as it should when intro’ing for the show a couple of years ago…listening to the bowie covers at the moment..what a voice…check out danny michel…no im not getting commision…just thought it might be an artist you could appreciate….


  20. avatar
    malcolm arkey | 29 July 2007 at 2:43 am #

    Ahhhh…the sweet fragrance of euphoria…

    And I’ll be damned ! – I can hardly believe it, but I actually found myself agreeing with Brien C’s comment in yesterday’s post ! (??) …yes, Brien, you are right – “Sometime Anywhere” is undoubtedly the Church’s most overlooked and underrated album…and yes, it is pure psychedelic genius up there with anything from the late 60’s. When it came out in Australia it was actually groundbreaking…I loved it from the get-go but most music critics didn’t quite know what to make of it and ran with the “Church break-up story” instead.
    For me, that album is a classic – I also struggled to understand how two people created it (though of course – big credit must go to “Dare” Mason for his production). If Steve was in the grip of smack at that time, it is even more amazing that he ploughed right through it all and still came out with that gem.

    Matt D (Director) – what are your plan’s for this film ? Will you be shopping it in Cannes ?

    Enjoy Christmas, SK – you can be Claus with your twinkling beard.

  21. avatar
    Anonymous | 29 July 2007 at 3:13 am #

    sorry wteve i haven’t been able to leave a message but me ‘puter’s been on the blink…me thinks most of the problem over the last few days is HOMESICKNESS…so you’re going to work with david bridie…can’t wait to hear the music on this collaboration, magic, magic, magic…
    love always
    -The Hellbound Heart

  22. avatar
    New Zealand | 29 July 2007 at 4:10 am #

    Bye Bye Killer!

  23. avatar
    Anonymous | 29 July 2007 at 4:27 am #

    very confused? Xmas in july?that didn’t ring the jingle bells?….ah!..a paradox…you’re funny SK

  24. avatar
    Anonymous | 29 July 2007 at 5:10 am #

    Let me clarify…I’m glad you said the correct title Steve. The name of the album I mentioned is Sometime Anywhere and it’s companion Somewhere Else.

    I just listened to them back to back…Still love the lyrics to Love Blind (twisty), the non-lyrics and style of Eastern. The Time Being is on Disc 2 🙂 This note and more was actually sent when the music was first released Steve, but it was ‘returned to sender’. So forwarding to you via your blog.

    I’m very much in awe of your solo work though…I listened to ‘Freaky Conclusions’ to and fro the Anoushka Shankar concert-

    Abby: “who is this, it’s quite good.”
    Muse: “That’s SK, can you believe it’s xxxx old?” wink

    Yeah, that was agreeable of Brien C., a good review indeed, more accurate IMO. Hi Brien.

    Art Amused in CA

  25. avatar
    eek | 29 July 2007 at 7:35 am #

    I’m so thrilled this show went so well Steve! Have a great celebration with the family.

  26. avatar
    AAA | 29 July 2007 at 8:05 am #

    Chrismas without snow….dont that fuck with your head….i like it! /a Scot in Gasglow

  27. avatar
    davem | 29 July 2007 at 8:33 am #

    Have a safe trip home SK.
    Glad it ended so well.
    Congrats to Paul as well. Top bloke!!
    love you more,


  28. avatar
    mattdavison | 29 July 2007 at 9:48 am #

    The Killer came..
    He conquered, He belted out
    SK & Church Tunes,like music was about to end……

    Auck Nz 2007 was rattled and rolled into the early hours

    Mindblowing stuff people!
    Sk fighting in the carpark….
    camera gear loaded in & out of the venue..smoke and glam, green room antics and all that malarkey…

    I will include AUCKLAND SONG LIST in next few day’s

    – There were so many..

    But he did come on with providence

    Thank you killer!
    Thank you Paul
    Thank you – Thank you, Kurt
    Thank you Donna

    A quietly humble and excited

  29. avatar
    isolde | 29 July 2007 at 10:35 am #

    hooray for the ANZAC spirit
    australia new zealand amigos churchos

  30. avatar
    Anonymous | 29 July 2007 at 10:42 am #

    Providence always brings tears to my eyes…lucky I only have 2 of em,else there’d be a flood…thank you Mat a dorxxx

  31. avatar
    Anonymous | 29 July 2007 at 11:07 am #

    Kurt is a stellar(!) lad- brought your good mate Lloyd Cole across for our pleasure too.
    T’was a wondrous night; much enjoyed Solomon’s Song and a bit of the old book readin’.

    Cheers, it was a joy,


  32. avatar
    Symon | 29 July 2007 at 12:00 pm #

    I’ve been away over the weekend. Just caught up with yon blogge to hear that CC and Wellington didn’t go so well but Auckland did.

    Well that is good news because you deserve more than some little country where sheep out number people 3 to 1 making you feel that your are not the musical genius that we all know and love !

    Auckland is more of a cosmoplitan place from wot i hear so they were able to appreciate you for what and who your are …our musical messiah.

    Hope you had a happy and very jolly xmas in July with the famibley.

  33. avatar
    General Catz | 29 July 2007 at 1:05 pm #

    sounds like everything converged at once into a perfect circle. those moments are peak and precious. you will always remember it.

    miss grove

  34. avatar
    CSTCoach | 29 July 2007 at 2:33 pm #

    good on ya SK for takin care of the imposter matttyd. i heard all about it.

    the time being emerging from the backstage doors, exhausted from giving it his all but cool and collected. the approach of the imposter, and the beings long slow clint eastwood stare. “What are you gonna do, bleed on me?” And a flurry to the solar plexus, leaving him unable to whine or beg for clemency. the being undefeatable like Arjuna, simply acting out the will of the cosmos.

    enjoy the xmas in july, killa! glad to hear the show went so well. any chance of bootlegs for the fiendss?



  35. avatar
    zebob | 29 July 2007 at 2:36 pm #

    Again, I’m not the sharpest tool in the shed but was there an actual scuffle in a parking lot?
    While we wait for any of the NZ shows to surface in some fashion, someone posted some concert clips on YouTube.

  36. avatar
    Anonymous | 29 July 2007 at 2:47 pm #

    This setlist was posted up at Hotel Womb, in no particular order and what was remembered by the punter –

    Neverness Hoax
    a Bob Dylan song
    Unguarded Moment
    Electric lash
    a Marc Bolan song
    Forever lasts for nothing (another new tune)
    Some song written with or for The Underground Lovers
    A few paragraphs from Fruit Machine
    A Lou Reed song
    Almost with you
    September 13
    Some song I didn’t recognise
    Under the Milky Way
    Hotel Womb
    Marlene? (probably Decadence)
    Glow Worm
    Gloria (Van Morrison)
    Civil War Lament
    Some classic rock song I can’t remember
    Song of Solomon

    Can you fill in the gaps matt, paul et al

  37. avatar
    andmoreagain | 29 July 2007 at 3:28 pm #

    Sometime Anywhere is def-finite-lee an underrated one that has grown on me over the years. My Little Problem is the stand out for me (seems the Kilbster wasn’t quite in denial about what was going on with him) although Loveblind is a great little story but my fave is the Maven. Muscular hard rocker jams. Hard to believe it was just the two of ’em with Timmy on drums for the first time of course. Merry merry Killa.

  38. avatar
    andmoreagain | 29 July 2007 at 3:43 pm #

    Hey mebbe the Killa can tell the story behind Sometime Anywhere sometime… Ya right, not friggin’ likely after the question period debacle last year. Oh well, just have to use our imagination. Koppes alluded to some Opium use around the time of Priest=Aura in an article in the Big Takeover a few years back but that’s the most I’ve ever read about the making of a Church album. Probably best to leave it to imagination anyhoo.

  39. avatar
    Anonymous | 29 July 2007 at 3:44 pm #

    nice writing. thanks cstcoach,i feel like i’m watching a drama. so vividly interesting! cool!

    love you more.

  40. avatar
    davem | 29 July 2007 at 5:30 pm #

    Any chance of a couple of blighty dates to launch the new album………………..

  41. avatar
    davem | 29 July 2007 at 5:40 pm #

    Oh God, I’m so excited!!
    For those that subscribe has anyone read Tim’s blog yet???
    We know we’ve got the Killer’s album to look forward to but Tim’s reporting the boys are recording the new album in September??!!!!
    Oh, SK…please let that be true. I thought we’d had it in terms of The Chrunch. Sue C…can you confirm, given that SK’s busy with the mistletoe??

  42. avatar
    davem | 29 July 2007 at 5:52 pm #

    Off for a cold shower…need to calm down. New album……

  43. avatar
    Brien Comerford | 29 July 2007 at 6:49 pm #

    Simultaneously I feel elete and guilty for being a Church and Steve Kilbey fanatic. The elitism is rooted in the FACT that I have discovered the greatest band in the world since the Beatles. The guilt is rooted in the reality that I don’t have the power or the money to expose the Church’s music to the entire world as a means for it to resonate with the unenlightened masses.

    Clapton’s guitar festival was superlative. Chicago was blessed to get it. Best performances were Jeff Beck’s spellbinding electric guitar solo of the Beatles “A Day In The Life”. Beck literally made his guitar sound like an orchestra.

    Clapton was great via playing “Why Does Love Have To Be So Sad” and via teaming-up with Steve Winwood to play classics from Blind Faith’s one and only CD. BB King and Buudy Guy were also great.

  44. avatar
    daniel12 | 29 July 2007 at 6:55 pm #

    Yeah I have with these punters saying Sometime Anywhere is a lost gem. In fact it’s the only Church album I own. Sure PK’s not there but it’s the first one with TP on it. I must admit I havent listened to it for years though. To me it’s dark music from a dark time,It’s rather druggy and bleak but then it has these sachrine sweet moments too. Like a temporarily euphoric high in the midst of a ghastly addiction. Stand out tracks for me were ‘Day of the Dead’ ,’Lost my touch’and ‘Loveblind’ The lyrics for Loveblind are great. Kind of like an Angel Heart (old Micky Rouke film) tale with Nevets as Johnny Favorite. I know it might not have been the best time for you Nevets but Sometime Anywhere turned me on to what a great lyricist you are. It would be commercial suicide for an unknown artist to release something like Sometime Anywhere but im sure glad some people are in a position to do it.
    Imagine Radiohead intoducing themselves to the world with Kid A. We would of never heard of them.

  45. avatar
    Anonymous | 29 July 2007 at 8:03 pm #

    hi steve,
    was a real pleasure to read about the NZ tour, especially aukland. wish i was there. I still have never seen you solo, but expect i will some day, so dont stop! i think fair to say that good crowds make for great shows.
    merry july xmas to your whole family.

  46. avatar
    Wello Gig Attendee Post 2 | 29 July 2007 at 8:46 pm #

    Don’t forget Wello next time Steve.
    It may have been a shambles but it was an artistic shambles.
    Wello shouldn’t forget artists like you.
    Forget the South Island.
    Don’t forget “Louisiana” & “Grind”.
    Don’t forget the Dminor at the end of the verse in “Caroline Says”.
    Forget the Fmajor at the end of the verse of “Caroline Says”.
    Don’t forget to give the Guild a good thrashing before setting out again.
    Don’t forget an anecdote about Waddy Wachtel.
    Lastly don’t “Forget Yourself”.
    Tomorrow is Ah “Monday Morning”.
    Might play it on my ipod on the way to work if I don’t forget.
    Yours BM

  47. avatar
    Anonymous | 29 July 2007 at 9:36 pm #

    Stay on the blog Nz ers…



  48. avatar
    jJ | 29 July 2007 at 9:53 pm #

    Glad to hear Auckland pulled the diamond from the dogs. I’m catching up with The Killer today, been gone for a week in Mexico; mining medical gold for The Man. But…Wednesday I leave for a week’s holiday in British Columbia, can’t wait. Vancouver and the mountains calling me.

    Hope the antipodean Kristmas Kringle gathering of the extended Kilbey tribe enriches all who assemble.

  49. avatar
    fantasticandy | 29 July 2007 at 10:12 pm #

    he he!
    i think davem’s going to explode with delight!!!!!!!!!
    at spacejunk as well dave!!!!!!!!!!
    thats gotta be good eh?
    thanks for the message great mate!
    love you more!
    andy L.

  50. avatar
    lily was here | 29 July 2007 at 10:36 pm #

    Heh, yeah, Dave … you’ve got good reason to stay excited. Hope that cheers you up a bit 🙂

    Something else not as exciting, but interesting nevertheless… Tim producing Doc Neeson’s solo album.

    sue cee x

  51. avatar
    love you more | 29 July 2007 at 10:43 pm #

    and he’s not the only one who’s gonna explode!xx

  52. avatar
    Iris P Love | 29 July 2007 at 11:12 pm #

    Christchurch claps the hands of a deadman!
    Damn proud of you for making it out here, I enjoyed every moment even if you didn’t. Would of loved to have been a fly on the wall backstage in Auckland for that momentous meeting of two geniuses, SK and SC!
    Come back soon Steve.

  53. avatar
    Anonymous | 29 July 2007 at 11:46 pm #

    What a great set you did in Auckland sk, hope to hear some of those in September, especially the new stuff. Is it true a guy from the audience got up and sang your wedding song “Glow Worm” for your wife???
    Love always,

  54. avatar
    Anonymous | 30 July 2007 at 12:42 am #

    That’s great news…The Church will work on a new album soon- I’ll stop turning blue now. merci!

    Brien C.

    Agreed, The Church is better than the Beatles, and that’s a FACT. I always thought so…I was such a Bowie fiend until ‘Let’s Dance’. Then I found ‘Heyday’- and never looked back.

    Jeff Beck. I don’t have to say how great ‘Wired’ is. I’m glad you had the pleasure of seeing him in the spirit of The Beatles- good for you, it must have been cool.

    So you think ‘FY’ is the very best of The Church? I don’t know that I could chose just one, but ‘B-side Yourself’ is more my vibe. I think ‘Cantilever’ and ‘Serpent Easy’ are masterpieces.

    in CA

  55. avatar
    sympathetico | 30 July 2007 at 1:06 am #

    when you happy, we happy
    when you sad, we sad

  56. avatar
    andrewd | 30 July 2007 at 1:20 am #

    Thank you Steve for a magnificent Auckland concert — I was the guy who was dragged up on stage by some lovely lady from the next table after my wife insisted I knew all the words to Glow-Worm, a song we played at our wedding eight years ago!
    As everyone saw, stage fright quickly took hold, and I floundered my way around a few lines that haphazardly came to mind while I was up there with you.
    Aplogies for butchering your beautiful song, thanks to that friendly, appreciative audience for putting up with me (and for making the night so memorable for you too, we all would love to have you back, of course) and thanks to you, such a warm, articulate and intelligent human being.

    I wish you and all your family good health, and wonderful times ahead.


  57. avatar
    Anonymous | 30 July 2007 at 1:25 am #

    More!more!more!more music,that’s so exciting!beside myself{my favourite position}{ha ha},ears to the ground and tell us more………

  58. avatar
    andrewd | 30 July 2007 at 2:26 am #

    Just some more random thoughts on the Auckland gig . . .

    Talk about an opportunity lost . . . so many things I have played over and over in my mind that I knew I should have said while on stage with the revered Mr Kilbey on Saturday night, or when backstage even . . .

    Such as, what is it that makes his and The Church’s music and lyrics resonate and strike a chord with me — ever since seeing The Unguarded Moment on telly in 1981 — like no other musician or lyricist has ever done.

    And the way the band has matured and just got better and better — Uninvited Like the Clouds, Beside Yourself and Back With Two Beasts are superb albums.

    Anyway, if you’re reading this, thanks for 28 years of outstanding quality music and words — it will be a very sad day when or if you decide not to record any more. And come back soon to Auckland where you know you will be welcomed again.


  59. avatar
    Anonymous | 30 July 2007 at 3:18 am #

    Yes I was there too !

    SK 10 feet in front of me out of the haze of double sidelights, ablaze on the 12 string – delivering Hotel Womb with such wallop & passion. what a brilliant night, will stay with me forever.

    Get yourself a copy of Persia, to me this is The Church’s most overlooked work. Shadow Cabinet is one of their alltime songs.

    Kia Kaha Steve – how about an intimate Church gig at the Kings Arms ??


  60. avatar
    Stellar | 30 July 2007 at 4:04 am #

    U R A *

  61. avatar
    Anonymous | 30 July 2007 at 4:42 am #

    Oooops, got it wrong again. Good one Andrew, getting up on stage to sing to your wife, must of brought tears to her eyes…tears of laughter that is!! haha. Singing on stage with sk, wow, you got balls!

  62. avatar
    daniel12 | 30 July 2007 at 6:10 am #

    Dear Anon 10.42am and Brian C.
    I would agree the Church are a good guitar band but to say there as good or better than the Beatles is absurd. The Beatles released Rubber Soul,Revolver and Sgt Pepper over a period of 18 months. Get of the grass guys.
    Perhaps your aim is to flatter but when flattery turns to dementia it’s no longer flattering.

  63. avatar
    Anonymous | 30 July 2007 at 6:25 am #


    I like, not love the Beatles…no insult intended to Beatles fans.
    It’s my strong opinion that The Church has far better music.
    It’s not absurd to say that, and I’m surely not demented.

    in CA

  64. avatar
    Anonymous | 30 July 2007 at 6:43 am #

    {sung in a melodic tone}where are you?….the peasants are” revolvering”… as always,genx xxxxx

  65. avatar
    Matt Davyddson | 30 July 2007 at 7:37 am #

    Yeah well I won’t be back, I mean look at me!!! The Killer beat the shit out of me in a cold, dark wet Orcland car park – straight after the 2nd encore – and then left me bleeding as he went and did a third encore.

    I’m in agony, I regret my stalking, and from now on, I’ll stick with Cliff Richard’s blog, it’s a bit safer.

    Nos da all
    The Daffydd

  66. avatar
    steve kilbey | 30 July 2007 at 7:49 am #

    stay outta my fuckin way manne
    the killer

  67. avatar
    CSTCoach | 30 July 2007 at 1:46 pm #

    LMAO. A total rout.

  68. avatar
    davem | 30 July 2007 at 4:23 pm #

    I love The Beatles but listen to ’em perhaps once a month.
    I listen to The Church every day. No comparison for me either – it’s The church every time. It ain’t about flattery…it’s about personal opinion. Be an effing boring world if we all agreed which band was the best.

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