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For Those About To Rock

Yesterday, I learned Tyl how to headbang. Clever little boy that he is, he grasped it in seconds and we were both headbanging away to an imaginary Deep Purple concert.

Mrs.B wasn't so chuffed about this, as at the time she was trying to feed Tyl. She threw me some very annoyed glances while she was holding a spoonful of chard and potato.

She obviously didn't grasp the importance of teaching your children to headbang. It is an essential skill and if you want your kid to grow up with a decent taste for music you just can't start soon enough. The importance of chard becomes very relative in the light Hard Rock, Metal and consorts.

However, I do hope that Tyl never turns to that pussy devil worshippers' trash metal stuff...

The Dark Side Rocks

And another version by Rage Against The Machine...

C'est La Ouate

I've been in a French pop mood lately...

Etienne

Crazy

Bought me a couple of Aerosmith CDs today, in a bout of nostalgia

Welcome To The Jungle

These guys go through three bows per concert. I mean look at the thing at the end of their number!

Sweet Child O' Mine

Slow Time

7 days and counting to day ‘M’

I’d like to launch a general appeal to my readers. You see, we urgently have to decide what songs we’re gone play to open the dance on our wedding. As with any good traditional (hum) Belgian wedding, we as the freshly married couple will start the dance evening with a couple of slows. The problem is: what slows?

Lady in Red’ is not an option, let me make this clear at the start. My fresh young wife will be wearing white and blue for starters (not that I’m supposed to know of course), and it’s the kind of song that makes me scramble for a brown paper bag to review last week’s diners.

Apparently, my bride-to-be has something against a jolly nice guitar riff. Anything remotely akin to Metal seems to be out of the question (I always found Metallica’s ‘One’ a touching song that would reach me emotionally on a deeper level).

So we urgently need your help. Please tell us all about your favourite wedding-dance-openers and sticky romantic songs!

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