Skibunny @ Auntie Annie's (Belfast) Reviews
Description:Dublin Road, Belfast. On Saturdays. Info: 02890 329 542
Newest Review: ... the land. I am not concerned with debates about era. There has been of late, a resurgence of rock music back into the mainstream. This begs me to wonder if the days of the super-club are not over. The small club has lived through the worst of days. The mainstream british chart recently has been flooded with new talent, with not as much attention being put on the silly little pop acts that ... more
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by - written on 01/09/05, updated on 01/09/05 (Useful, 872 readings)
Do you ever wonder how large groups of people in a confined space, falling about to "Sweet child o' mine" constitutes a good night? Or why do we mouth the words to Panic by The Smiths so venomously, if somewhat ironically " Hang the D.J, hang the D.J" like some angry mob. Perhaps you are the type of person that believes "A town called malice" by The Jam is particularly poignant to your own life! Fact is that not a lot has changed over the years these songs are just but a few of the classic songs that are still being played in the small venues of our towns, as sure as the posters that still hang on the walls of student bed-sits across the .. Read the complete review
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