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liesabath

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  1. Another article about this comes from BBC NEWS: Disney 'blocks' Moore documentary Michael Moore will give the film its world premiere in Cannes Controversial director Michael Moore has said film studio Disney is refusing to release his new documentary, which heavily criticises President Bush. Fahrenheit 911 was to be distributed by Miramax, a division of Disney. But Disney has "officially decided to prohibit" Miramax from distributing the film, the director said on his website. Moore, who won an Oscar for Bowling for Columbine in 2003, questioned whether in a "free and open society"
  2. liesabath

    Randy Newman

    Think he is one of the greatest American singer /songwriters Got a big black dog, name is Dan Lived in my backyard in Birmingham, he's the meanest dog in Alabam, Get'm Dan... :) :P :rolleyes: :rotfl:
  3. "I can't believe it. I've only made six albums in 22 years so I don't know how this happened. I'm the luckiest writer on earth," said Michael. I can't believe it either!!! :rolleyes: Never liked his music... or his voice :wha':
  4. Cowell denies Idol 'racism' claim Jennifer Hudson had been one of the favourites American Idol judge Simon Cowell has dismissed claims made by Sir Elton John that voters on the show are racist. Jennifer Hudson, who had be widely predicted to win, ended in the bottom three with fellow African-Americans La Toya London and Fantasia Barrino. The result led Sir Elton to brand the public vote as "incredibly racist" after appearing as a guest judge on the TV talent show. But Cowell said Hudson's exit had given the competition a much needed shake-up. Better singers More than 20 million vo
  5. Elton calls US Idol vote 'racist' Sir Elton's songs were performed by contestants when he was a guest judge Sir Elton John has branded the public vote for TV musical talent show American Idol "incredibly racist". The UK star's comments follow the shock exit of black vocalist Jennifer Hudson, who was one of the favourites to win. "The three people I was really impressed with, and they just happened to be black, young female singers. "And they all seem to be landing in the bottom three," said Sir Elton at a news conference on Tuesday. Programme maker Fox Television declined to comment.
  6. Not really a fan of them , did they overcome their depressive period or is it 'prosac-time' again?
  7. I like to add this one :read this: http://listen.to/neilyoung/
  8. Coldplay is a great band, will have a look at BK recommends :P
  9. Young and Dido lead Novello list Young has had chart success since winning Pop Idol Will Young, Dido and cult act Belle and Sebastian will compete for the accolade of 2003's best song at next month's Ivor Novello songwriting awards. Young's Leave Right Now and Dido's White Flag are shortlisted for best music and lyrics in a song. Dizzee Rascal, Amy Winehouse and Kylie Minogue are contenders for best contemporary song. Young will also compete for the best- selling UK single title at the London ceremony on 27 May. Ozzy and Kelly Osbourne's duet Changes will take on Mad World, by Micha
  10. Sorry that didn't work out! But it was well meant :rolleyes: :)
  11. This one's for you! Congrats! chocbox.exe
  12. Yellow Submarine to become a book A sample page from the new Yellow Submarine picture book The Beatles' hit 1968 psychedelic cartoon The Yellow Submarine is being made into a children's book. The book, to be published in September, was inspired by the film's "timeless appeal" and its successful 2003 release the band's company Apple Corps said. The Yellow Submarine single came out in 1966 and was a number one in the UK, Australia, Canada, Germany, Holland, Norway, New Zealand and Sweden. It was also translated into Yiddish and Latin and was an anti-war anthem. The Yellow Submarine pi
  13. I bought recordable Compactdiscs for Professionals But most of the time I buy original (REAL) cd's from Amazon.de or our local stores over here like: www.plato.nl or at artists sites. My buyings are doubled since I am sharing music on the internet, because if an album is really good, I go only for the real stuff! :strumma: :scratchin: :smokin: :rotfl:
  14. Waiting for the Gestapo to fetch me :rolleyes: :psychofun: :bigsmile:
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