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Letra: Eric Idle
Música: Harry Parr Davies
Arreglos: John Du Prez
Intérpretes: John Cleese, Graham Chapman, Terry Gilliam y Terry Jones (Live at the Hollywood Bowl)
Disco: Monty Python’s Contractual Obligation Album

Sit on my face and tell me that you love me
I’ll sit on your face and tell you I love you, too
I love to hear you oralize
When I’m between your thighs
You blow me away

Sit on my face and let my lips embrace you
I’ll sit on your face and then I’ll love you truly
Life can be fine if we both sixty-nine
If we sit on our faces in all sorts of places
And play, ‘til we’re blown away

Esto y algo más, aquí. Al menos reiré un rato, a pesar de perderme el concierto de Nile [wiki] (por segunda vez este año) de este fin de semana… :(.

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Por si le interesa a alguien, Roadrunner Records dispone de una sección de videos en su página web, que presenta una selección de contenidos producidos por los grupos asociados a la compañía.

Dada la mayor “especialización” de los contenidos, quizás resulte más cómodo que utilizar servicios con un número de recursos mayor, como Yahoo! Launch (a pesar de sus otras “ventajas”), si se está haciendo una búsqueda particular.

Ahí queda eso.

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Por si algún despistado no ha pillado lo del título, deberé explicar que la señorita de la foto es Lauren Harris, cuyo aspecto y gusto musical no son muy indicativos de su herencia genética. Quizás por la camiseta (que no se ve muy bien, hay más fotos en el enlace anterior) y el apellido (y el título del post) alguno ya haya adivinado que se trata de la hija de Steve Harris, fundador y piedra angular de Iron Maiden [wiki]. Aunque la chica parece que se ha deshecho de gran parte del bagage musical de su padre, eso no la ha privado de realizar alguna actuación conjunta.

Si consigue no ser otra Kelly Osbourne (que, hasta donde yo sé, por alguna inexplicable razón sigue teniendo contrato con Sanctuary Records [wiki]), por lo menos tendrá mi respeto .

Y ya que estamos con los Maiden… vía Blabbermouth.net:

IRON MAIDEN: ‘Numbers From The Beast’ All-Star Tribute Album Due In October – Sep. 27, 2005

On October 11, IRON MAIDEN fans the world over will have something new to get excited about as the newly re-launched Restless Records releases “Numbers from the Beast: An All Star Salute to Iron Maiden”, a tribute to the legendary band. The album, which features MAIDEN‘s own Paul Di’Anno and marks Restless‘ return to its metal and punk roots, is produced by Grammy award winner and tribute album pioneer Bob Kulick (KISS, METALLICA, AEROSMITH), along with Brett Chassen, and features appearances from current or former members of IRON MAIDEN, KISS, AC/DC, MOTÖRHEAD, ANTHRAX, DIO, JUDAS PRIEST, TESTAMENT, TWISTED SISTER, EXTREME, WHITESNAKE, SLAUGHTER, HELMET, DOKKEN and many others.

“It’s a fitting salute to an awesome band and may be the best tribute I’ve ever produced. I really like what we’ve done to these amazing songs, and more importantly, the band approves,” says Kulick of the album.

“Numbers from the Beast” features 11 classic IRON MAIDEN tunes revamped in honor of the band’s 25th anniversary. The final track listing is as follows:

  1. Run to the Hills
  2. Wasted Years
  3. Wrathchild
  4. Flight of Icarus
  5. Fear of the Dark
  6. The Trooper
  7. Aces High
  8. 2 Minutes to Midnight
  9. Can I Play With Madness?
  10. The Evil That Men Do
  11. The Wickerman

The cover of every official IRON MAIDEN album has featured a zombie called “Eddie.” Eddie has been painted by artist Derek Riggs for 20 years. “Numbers from the Beast” cover art was naturally painted by Riggs and is a must-have for any MAIDEN fan.

“Numbers from the Beast” marks the first release on the newly revamped Restless Records. William Hein, current president of Rykodisc and former head of Enigma Records, co-founded Restless in 1985 as a punk and metal sub-label of Enigma. Restless became a stand-alone label after CapitolEMI acquired Enigma, and was subsequently acquired by Rykodisc in 2003. Now, back with a new sound and logo, Restless returns to its roots with the MAIDEN salute, as well as an upcoming reissue from California punk outfit 45 GRAVE.

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Tras un laaargo fin de semana, hoy toca hablar de El Señor de los Anillos. Y no voy a hablar de Enya [wiki].


Ringers: Lord of the Fans es un documental sobre el impacto de la citada obra en distintos colectivos (eminentemente occidentales) de aficionados. Y entre estos grupos están los músicos, entre los que destacan dos ilustres personajes: Geddy Lee (RUSH [wiki]) y Lemmy Kilmister (Motörhead [wiki]), según se aprecia en el listado completo del reparto del documental, tal y como se recogía a principios de año en TheOneRing.net:

RINGERS had the best access to “Rings” luminaries that any documentarian could hope for. As the scope of the film broadened to include the worlds of music and fantasy literature, efforts to secure interviews with the best and brightest of those worlds were met with “Yes, I’d love to!” from all quarters (Ralph Bakshi being a notable exception). Authors such as Clive Barker and Terry Pratchett offered exclusive interviews, bringing to the table their keen insight into Tolkien’s literary legacy. While David Carradine provided a bracing portrait of the 60s generation and their adoration of Tolkien. Rock legends Geddy Lee (RUSH) and Lemmy Kilmister (Motörhead) quickly came on board, explaining first-hand how the Rock scene shifted under the weight of Tolkien’s high-fantasy influence. Carlene knew the lines between pop culture and literary masterpiece had blurred together decades ago, but for the first time several key players in this phenomenon were able to explain how it happened.

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The heartbeat of RINGERS is in its Rock soundtrack, and the director wanted nothing less than wall-to-wall music. [Editor Arnaud Gerardy] carefully edited to the rhythm of Led Zeppelin’s ‘Ramble On’ and RUSH’s ‘Rivendell’…

La novedad consiste en que el 22 de Noviembre estará disponible en DVD y UMD, para quien le interese:

ON DVD AND FOR PSP? NOVEMBER 22

CULVER CITY, Calif. (September 12, 2005) ? This November 22, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (SPHE) invites you to return to the Shire with the release of the feature-length documentary RINGERS: LORD OF THE FANS, direct to DVD. In association with the popular fan-site TheOneRing.net, Carlene Cordova produced, directed and wrote this award-winning film with executive producer Tom DeSanto (X-Men, X2: X-Men United and Transformers), which charts the incredible influence and ripple-effect that Lord of the Rings has had on worldwide pop culture over the past five decades. Whether you are a fan or first timer, critics agree, RINGERS, stands as the most comprehensive film documenting the ongoing impact of J.R.R. Tolkien?s literary achievement. READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE!

Amazon [wiki], para qué te quiero…

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Sería gracioso si no fuese una noticia tan escabrosa. Sacada de Life Style Extra:

Ozzy Osbourne on trial for murder

Thursday, 22nd September 2005, 16:24


LIFE STYLE EXTRA (UK) – A rock fanatic who changed his name to Ozzy Osbourne stabbed a friend to death inside his own flat, a court heard today.

Gary Ozzy Osbourne, 42, was born Gary Bacon – but changed his name by deed poll to mirror that of the rock star, the Old Bailey heard.

In January last year, he drove to the home in Enfield, north London, of Gary Hunt – a 33-year old small-time drug dealer who Osbourne had been friends with for a number of years, the jury was told.

Mr Hunt, a keen DJ, was described by friends as being “easy-going” and someone who “wouldn’t do any harm or hurt anyone” – but he and Osbourne had a row, it was alleged.

Osbourne then stabbed him a number of times and left him fatally injured, the court heard.

“What caused him to lose his control is something only he knows”, said Mark Dennis, prosecuting. “It may have been an argument over drugs or a personal matter.”

Osbourne then confessed to what he had done to two people over the following days, the jury heard.

Mr Dennis said of the defendant: “He was born Gary Bacon but a few years ago he changed his name to mirror that of a former rock musician.”

Osbourne, of Derby, denies murder.

The trial continues.