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roberta said in Novembre 15th, 2010 at 14:41

grazie paolo !! che bell’intervista.
la battuta su berlusconi lo conferma ironicissimo e quanto alle parole sulla musica beh … mistero e passione cosa c’è di meglio?
grazie !!
ps speriamo torni, io sono anche stufa di andarmelo a vedere in giro con amici e parenti LOL

thankyou ro.


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Generale Lee said in Novembre 15th, 2010 at 15:13

grande robert!


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B16 said in Novembre 15th, 2010 at 15:33

Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood has given fans an update on the band’s new album and future touring plans.

Writing on their official blog at Radiohead/com/deadairspace, Greenwood explained that the band are currently “in the studio” but that they “haven’t quite finished” the follow-up to 2007’s ‘In Rainbows’ yet.

He referenced an interview he gave with Rolling Stone Italy recently, claiming he had been misquoted as saying that the album would contain 10 songs, and that they would play live soon.

“I think this Italian writer has, either through over-enthusiasm or frustration at all my non-committal answers, mistranslated me a little,” Greenwood explained. “In fact we haven’t quite finished the album – in the studio at the moment.”

It had been rumoured that Radiohead may play Glastonbury 2011, but Greenwood wrote that they had not considered any new live plans yet. “…Nor have we yet considered any touring,” he outlined. “The plan is to have no plan until the record is finished.”


Damon Albarn has said that Blur have discussed doing something “small” as a band together in January.

The frontman is currently on tour with Gorillaz in the UK, but he told Sky News that the four-piece could convene again in the new year.

“We [Blur] did talk about doing something in January,” he said. “Something small, no career-based world domination ideas.”

Earlier this year Albarn told NME that he was planning on releasing further one-off Blur singles after they released a new song, ‘Fool’s Day’, for Record Store Day in April. Last month he said: “I’ve got a lot of songs that will always only be comfortable in the context of Blur.”


Audio snippets from Danger Mouse’s collaborations with Jack White and Norah Jones have appeared online.

The songs appear on the producer’s new collaboration album with composer Daniele Luppi, called ‘Rome’.

Five segments of songs taken from the album have been posted online ahead of its release next year and are available to hear at

The album is primarily a collaboration between Danger Mouse, real name Brian Burton, and Italian composer Luppi. It features guest singing spots from White and Jones, both of whom can be heard on the audio clip, which was originally broadcast on the NPR Music radio station.

‘Rome’, which has been recorded in parts over the past five years, was inspired by the film soundtrack work of Ennio Morricone.


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B16 said in Novembre 15th, 2010 at 15:39

Ringrazio Buzz per tutti i post a proposito di LCD Soundsystem ad oggi con Grinderman la miglior band che abbia visto dal vivo nel 2010. Ma stasera tocca ai Gorillaz (con tanti ospiti oltre che due Clash al fianco di Albarn…) e chissa’ che non si aggiungano al best of di quest’anno… Intanto ieri all’O2 Arena a Londra non si sono certo risparmiati…

#1 Orchestral Intro
#2 Welcome to the World of the Plastic Beach
#3 Last Living Souls
#4 19/2000
#5 Stylo
#6 On Melancholy Hill
#7 Rhinestone Eyes Play Video
#8 Kids With Guns
#9 Superfast Jellyfish
#10 Tomorrow Comes Today
#11 Empire Ants
#12 Broken
#13 Dirty Harry
#14 Doncamatic (All Played Out)
#15 El Mañana
#16 White Flag Play
#17 To Binge
#18 DARE
#19 Glitter Freeze
#20 Punk
#21 Plastic Beach
# Encore:
#22 Cloud of Unknowing
#23 Feel Good Inc.
#24 Clint Eastwood
#25 Don’t Get Lost In Heaven
#26 Demon Days


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buzz said in Novembre 15th, 2010 at 17:34

grandi tutti, grande giornata per il BRC


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