OMG!!!!! The Proclaimers sing in "SHREK"!!!! - "You didn't hear about the polar bear?"
OMG!!!!! The Proclaimers sing in "SHREK"!!!!|
"I'm on my way, from misery to happiness, uh-huh! (uh-huh!) uh-huh, uh-huh, uh-huh, uh-huh...."
OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! *Scottish love* Lord it's been a long time since I've seen this movie... love Mike Myer's "Scottish" accent.
Let's see... what other random thoughts have I been having...
POOH!!!! FREAKSPAWN!!!! DOM'S LASS!!!! I listened to CoRo TWICE - once on my drive up to Tig's and once on my way back and... I finally feel the love! *G* Now... who sings what? Who has the rounder, higher voice (sings lead on the Beethoven song), and who has the lower, more nasal voice? Love them both.
And, Tig... have you listend to WICKED (the musical) yet? Again, a bit slow in the beginning, but by the end it BLOODY WELL RIPS YOUR FREAKIN' HEART OUT!!! *Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah!* Wow. And I don't even know the full story. *whimpers*
Gaya - I went into Hot Topic. I did! And, OCH? Found the cutest little yellow tartan dress with safety pins and vinyl - just perfect for Edinburgh. *ggl*
Lessee... And do you all remember Nicholas Rowe, who played adolescent Sherlock in "Young Sherlock Holmes"? He has a small role in "Seed of Chuck" as a lawyer talking to Jennifer Tilly in the hospital, near the end. But, even though I thought it was him, and searched on imdb after the first viewing, his name didn't show up and it didn't show up on his bio. But I saw his name in the credits the second time around. *cough* Embarassed, much, Nick? Well, at least your name isn't "Bean". *ggl*
Oh - cool, I can use my Glen icon now! *G* *huggles little Sweet Face* Still looking for him - he was sold out at two Spencer's Gifts in Detroit! (and, BTW... I hope I never have to go back in there again.... ack! *G*)
Hehe, I'm going to jump in and answer the CoRo questions... because, well, I wanna. :D
Eric is the first you described (higher, rounder), and Adam is the second (lower, more nasal). :) I love 'em both, too.
Cool! I guessed right! *G* Thankee. *G*
Gaya - I went into Hot Topic.
Whee!!! See? Fascinating, ain't it! Your next assignment? .... BUY something there! *bwaahaahaa!!*
Came close. Would've been a bumpersticker or button. *G*
|Date:||November 29th, 2004 03:24 am (UTC)|| |
When I go to hot topic I usually get little things. I have a bumper sticker for my future car that says "Not all who wander are lost" that I got there a while back. It will go on my mini cooper, not on the bumper but in the window, bottom left corner probably. Amongst all the band stickers...
|Date:||November 29th, 2004 04:14 am (UTC)|| |
Re: Hot topic
I used to have the sticker on my car, but it got torn and now Hot Topic doesn't carry it anymore. The bastards! Ah well, I have other stickers.
|Date:||November 29th, 2004 01:05 pm (UTC)|| |
Re: Hot topic
*G* Sounds like Tig's car!
The Wicked soundtrack? I want that so bad! (And the book the musical is based on.) I listened to some of the songs online and fell in love!
Spencer's? I cannot even remember the last time I went into a Spencer's. I used to love going there when I was in high school. *G*
*G* I know... I used to go in there when I was in HS, too! And that was a LOOOONG time ago! *G* But it's just soooo sleazy... *groan*
I can't say that I am shocked to hear that it is so sleazy. It was pretty bad when I would go in there.
I'm so glad you liked Wicked!!!!! Like I told you, there are some not so wonderful songs (in the beginning) but they are still ok. But the best ones are towards the end. :D
Ah - you were the one who talked to me about it! You're absolutely right. The beginning ones were "eh!", but... I'm still missing my heart! *watches it beating on the floor*
I soo can't wait for that musical to come to Chicago...infact it is April 29-June 12th (hoping maybe for my graduation present......) But first I'll be taking my bro to see Les Miserables in between march 15-April 24,2005 (yeah!!a present that I can enjoy too).
I saw the two headliners of the Brodway show perform it on a television show---can't remember which one but I really liked the clips I've heard. Tried to listen in Borders but it wasn't one of the songs you could listen to. One of my co-workers has a poster signed by the NY cast. Lucky man. Anyway.
|Date:||November 29th, 2004 01:05 pm (UTC)|| |
Really??? Thanks - maybe I'll try to go up and see it!
|Date:||November 29th, 2004 06:00 am (UTC)|| |
Went into Spencer's on Friday and went thru the entire store and yes, it is a little sleazy & dirtier than I remember when I was in high school. *ewww*
But as I leaving with some friends of mine, I looked over in the window and there was Glen/Glenda smiling back at me. I was like "OMG- Guys, look! It's Glen/Glenda!!!!" They walked back to see what Billy's character looked like and they just stood there with this *Ewwww* look on their face. Was hilarious. And of course, I'm standing there with this "Yep, that's Billy" grin on my face. LOL
AHHHHHHHH!!!!! That's what I was trying to BUY!!!!! EEEP! *G*
Wheeee - she feels it!! CoRO luvvin for all - spread the word! I love the fact their voices are so different but can harmonise so wonderfully too.
My favourite review/comparison went thus
"Eric Kufs the predominant singer/songwriter whose insightful, socially conscious folk-pop gems are combined with a voice that ranges from a tear-tickled whisper to a guttural howl. With acoustic guitar in hand Kufs' role as the introspective folk singer is a perfect foil for the relentless fire starter, Adam Busch. With a voice best describe as driftwood drawl with a spoonful of honey"
heeheee - colourful isn't it?
or .. Kufs is a little more soulful and twangy, Busch is a little more big-city intense; when the two blend voices, the effect is consistently transfixing
on the other hand most people just say - Eric=country , Adam=poppy
Yes - more intense, more urban - that's how I was picturing Adam's voice - thanks!
Say... gonna see "Wicked" while you're in NYC?