Ex-members of mighty mighty are now in a band called ‘The Leaking Machine’. They supported Lawrence (Go Kart Mozart) at the H&H a few months ago. They were pretty good actually.I was in your revolting city a few weeks back to see "mighty mighty" at the hare and hounds.
Anybody remember them? They were on the c86 compilation.
I really enjoyed it, they're a great band.Ex-members of mighty mighty are now in a band called ‘The Leaking Machine’. They supported Lawrence (Go Kart Mozart) at the H&H a few months ago. They were pretty good actually.
IIRC you live in Bilston? This makes your remarks about Kings Heath utterly mystifying
the orcs are obvs the morlocks under a different name. just lost the morl, really. and it's no coincidence that the orcs come from MORdorI've long thought it was no coincidence that Tolkien, inventor of those hideously misshapen, shrieking bandits, the Orcs, lived near Birmingham.
Careful, we’ve all heard the yampy bumpkin/Irish/fuck knows twang of Dudley/Gornal ya know....and I speak as a Black Country mon by birth, despite now living in the ‘revolting’ metropolis
I had a mate, clean living, from Handsworth. The council sent him to Worcester for about 3 months to get qualified in Horticulture (he worked for the parks and gardens department at the council). He came back with a massive smack habit. A habit he’d picked up in Worcester which apparently at the time (late 80’s) was awash with it.Of course, being Worcestershire and posh, I think you all sound like clinically depressed Geese...
Not just the Black Country, it’s the posh part, with ideas above it’s station.Mrs K has just been egged as she drove home through Stourbridge - the carjacking effort: three lads threw eggs at the car, then 50 yards later two others with waterbombs. The egg and water mix completely obscures the windscreen, you have to stop to try and scrape some of it off, and they rob you/your car.
She got away with it, bad aim and poor choice of location on their part. Cars a fucking mess though.
Stourbridge is, for those who don't know, in the Black Country...
I'm from Birmingham, and everyone I know from Birmingham says "tuth". I lived in Birmingham for 22ish years and Wolverhampton (debatable as to whether that's in the Black Country or not) for two. Tara a bit.I say ‘tuth’, my wife (who is from Erdington, yeah, I know) says ‘tooth’. She has barths and I have baths and she has ‘a roight larf’ whereas I have a loff. What more evidence do you need?!