You wait years for a hot ginger to appear on UK TV and then you get two within the space of 12 months :
Not since Lisa Simpson has a goody two-shoes had such dark socks, and thank the fallen angel Satan for that because there hasn't been a fit female vampire since Regine Dandridge in Fright Night 2.
Fellow Fat Lace contributor and Northampton's answer to Bol (replacing the Gin Blossoms with some 90s British indie band, and substituting Bun B and Lupe Fiasco for Claude Carpentieri and Wes "Blow The Whistle" Butters, obviously) Dom P went to school with the new Dr Who Matt Smith, you know. You might imagine the teenage Smith as being a sensitive young man who came to life on the dancefloor of his local indie disco to the sound of The Strokes, but apparently he was bang into UK Garage. If any Dr Who fans find this post, they might want to use the comment section to make their own shit jokes about UK Garage and the Jon Pertwee era Whomobile Bessie.
The best songs with the word Red in their title :
Prince - Little Red Corvette
Basically, Prince's run from 1980 to 1989 > everybody else ever.
Goblin - Deep Red
It's unfortunate that precisely 97% of Argento's putput since the 89s has been deep-brown, but it's a travesty that a combination of miscrossed wires and bad weather forced me to miss the nearest Goblin show on their European reunion tour last year.
Juelz Santana - Red Bandana
Other than Mic Check why couldn't the kid ever make anything this good on either of his turgid solo albums?
Minor Threat - Seeing Red
Ian MacKaye is a weird one. Minus booze and drugs he comes up with these amazing groups like Minor Threat, Pailhead and Fugazi, but when he finally discovers booze, weed and - alledgedly - coke, he comes up with wet drivel like The Evens, a group who are less Electric Ladyland and more Acoustic Bitchzone.