• LYRICAL LOITERINGS OF A LISTENER - Underneath the frivolity of Murderdolls’ “Dead In Hollywood” is a comment about Hollywood as an ironic symbol of hope.

    Dead in Hollywood

    LYRICAL LOITERINGS OF A LISTENER - Underneath the frivolity of Murderdolls’ “Dead In Hollywood” is a comment about Hollywood as an ironic symbol of hope.

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  • LYRICAL LOITERINGS OF A LISTENER - As I bite into a chocolate zombie head with a red caramel centre, and say a mental thank you to the Celts, I wonder what it would be like to be a zombie.

    Zombie Slam

    LYRICAL LOITERINGS OF A LISTENER - As I bite into a chocolate zombie head with a red caramel centre, and say a mental thank you to the Celts, I wonder what it would be like to be a zombie.

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  • LYRICAL LOITERINGS OF A LISTENER - When Offspring wrote <em>The Kids Aren’t Alright</em>, the band wrote a song that is an anthem for a jilted generation.

    The Kids Aren’t Alright

    LYRICAL LOITERINGS OF A LISTENER - When Offspring wrote The Kids Aren’t Alright, the band wrote a song that is an anthem for a jilted generation.

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  • LYRICAL LOITERINGS OF A LISTENER - <em>Anger And Apathy</em> adopts a philosophical and moral viewpoint which describes the essentiality of passion with language and imagery that radiates beautiful intensity.

    Anger and Apathy

    LYRICAL LOITERINGS OF A LISTENER - Anger And Apathy adopts a philosophical and moral viewpoint which describes the essentiality of passion with language and imagery that radiates beautiful intensity.

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  • Not only are pumpkins tasty and deliciously orange, they are magical, mysterious and mystical, and no one knows this better than Linus van Pelt.

    The rise of the Great pop-culture Pumpkin

    Not only are pumpkins tasty and deliciously orange, they are magical, mysterious and mystical, and no one knows this better than Linus van Pelt.

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  • LYRICAL LOITERINGS OF A LISTENER - I love a song with attitude. Sometimes the metaphoric, the symbolic and the descriptive just don’t cut it. Papa Roach’s <em>Between Angels And Insects</em> oozes ball-breaking Attitude...

    The infestation of obsession and possession

    LYRICAL LOITERINGS OF A LISTENER - I love a song with attitude. Sometimes the metaphoric, the symbolic and the descriptive just don’t cut it. Papa Roach’s Between Angels And Insects oozes ball-breaking Attitude...

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  • LYRICAL LOITERINGS OF A LISTENER - <em>The Curse</em> has been called an “Anne Rice vampire novel put to words”, which automatically brings to the fore every uninspired vampire cliché that has been used and abused...

    The Curse: A Vampire’s Gift

    LYRICAL LOITERINGS OF A LISTENER - The Curse has been called an “Anne Rice vampire novel put to words”, which automatically brings to the fore every uninspired vampire cliché that has been used and abused...

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  • LYRICAL LOITERINGS OF A LISTENER - Tuomas Holopainen, the driving force behind power metal phenomenon Nightwish, is as elusive about his lyrics as he is about his genius...

    The dark thoughts of Tuomas Holopainen

    LYRICAL LOITERINGS OF A LISTENER - Tuomas Holopainen, the driving force behind power metal phenomenon Nightwish, is as elusive about his lyrics as he is about his genius...

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  • It all began with Vlad the Impaler and Stoker – Bram Stoker that is. Vlad came first. He was also known as Vlad III, Prince of Wallachia...

    Blood, Sex and Vampires

    It all began with Vlad the Impaler and Stoker – Bram Stoker that is. Vlad came first. He was also known as Vlad III, Prince of Wallachia...

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  • My paternal grandmother died a week after my baby girl was born. As a new existence replaced an old one, the circle of life was never more vivid to me...

    On the road to grandmother’s

    My paternal grandmother died a week after my baby girl was born. As a new existence replaced an old one, the circle of life was never more vivid to me...

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