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Old 10-24-2005, 01:39 AM   #46
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My mom likes the "new INXS." My mom likes Donny Osmond. You do the maths.


I can just hear the calls in the schoolgrounds this week from child to child:

"Your mum is fat" says one.
"Your mum is ugly" says another.
"Your mum likes the new INXS". says the third.
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I can just hear the calls in the schoolgrounds this week from child to child:

"Your mum is fat" says one.
"Your mum is ugly" says another.
"Your mum likes the new INXS". says the third.
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I think that means you don't want to be caught dead with your mum in the music section of any store....
Or the car. She's quite fond of Lena Zavaroni as well. Whenever I come home over the weekends, I'm subjected to that yodelling child on repeat.
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Or the car. She's quite fond of Lena Zavaroni as well. Whenever I come home over the weekends, I'm subjected to that yodelling child on repeat.


That's why I was ever so grateful for when my mum stopped driving and I drove whenever we went somewhere. You know, because the driver always gets to choose the music.

Poor woman. She got to know many, many Church/Kilbey songs by heart....and she didn't really want to.
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My mother has impeccable musical taste.
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Mine: Pink Floyd, The Collective Works of Finn, The Beatles, general 70's Australian music.
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My father was into Pink Floyd, and all that quadrophonic crap, Mike Oldfield (sp? the Tubular Bells guy), JJ Cale, umm, anything that involves me having to sit precisely in the centre of all speakers and being very very quiet
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My mother has impeccable musical taste.
Your mother is Australian.

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Not that I really care, but are They going to tour Australia?
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Delta will be on the OC soon, so I think the warning to Americans is this: Enjoy pre-Delta World. It's a better place.

My mum HAD great music tastes (I attended a Bowie concert in the womb). Gone to shit now though.... Adult Contemporary ballads. A couple of songs off Atomic Bomb... My dad is all classical, opera and jazz.
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awww...

I would have liked to have seen The Church win, but the category they were in was a bit of an odd fit (although the album being acoustic is probably what got them the AC tag), and I don't give a whole lot of credence to industry awards. While they sometimes do get it right, they are often too busy fellating whoever is popular at the moment to care about who is actually good.

I did hear that Neil Finn did a nice solo version of Better Be Home Soon as part of a Paul Hestor tirbute though.... that would have been worthwhile (although sad).
I would have liked to have seen The Church or the Go-Betweens win, but it was one of those "And awards we presented earlier this evening...."

Watching Neil sing made me cry

And I don't care what anyone else thinks, I LOVED THE HOFF!!!!!! there, I said it.

I LOVE THE HOFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF!!!!!!!!!!
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