Avant garde, no?

woahwoahWOAH! Hold the phone, Victoria.

Did you see my last entry, people?

It's like I work on so many levels. Or at the very least... uh... two levels.

Depressed and hip-hop-happening.

But c'est la fucking vie, fools and foolettes, we cannot dwell on le past.

Perhaps it seems like I'm exiting the state of mourning a little too quickly... something I perhaps didn't make clear was that the relative in question was one I saw very rarely. I mean, really rarely. Besides my grandfather's funeral a bit over a year ago, I don't think I'd seen him since I returned to Australia, all the way back in the year 2000.

The thing is... the actual funeral really slammed home the idea that I was never, ever going to see this person again...

...but this isn't something that I can get depressed about for a huge amount of time.

Let's face it, I'm a reasonably cheery alterna-youth, with plenty to be cheery about.

Sum 41 guest hosted Rage last night.

Don't get me wrong, I think that Sum 41 suck, but they have an okay taste in music themselves. Everything was cool until a little after 2.30, when they threw on a non-stop ear-rape of Sum 41, Green Day and Blink 182. I went to sleep at this point. I like The Living End (I vaguely recall that one of them is from Warragul, presumably he left before the early 90s Warragul Scene of Count The Weirdos etc.), but don't expect me to stay up until 5 to watch a bunch of their video clips.

But there was NOFX and The Vandals, and even The Clash, so c'est la f-word vie.

So, to conclude:

A list of bands that I like (or don't dislike) who have hosted Rage episodes that I have watched this year, with a playlist that I also like.

1. Franz Ferdinand.
2. Cyndi Lauper
3. Tripod

Well, that was a short list.


And in other news, read these: Figgs Faggs and Bryan's Blogg

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