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Dead Wait

Posted Yesterday, 07:48 PM

One Direction R.I.P http://www.mirror.co...ts-live-5399194

 
They already have someone to take the place of Zayn Malik at least for the rest of the tour. I'm sure they'll audition someone to come into the band full time for however long their popularity lasts.

Is it Jeremy Clarkson?

Magere Hein

Posted Yesterday, 07:42 PM

One Direction R.I.P http://www.mirror.co...ts-live-5399194

 
They already have someone to take the place of Zayn Malik at least for the rest of the tour. I'm sure they'll audition someone to come into the band full time for however long their popularity lasts.


Can't they just buy a new one in the shop?

Phantom

Posted Yesterday, 07:00 PM

 

They already have someone to take the place of Zayn Malik at least for the rest of the tour. I'm sure they'll audition someone to come into the band full time for however long their popularity lasts.


Posted Yesterday, 06:29 PM

One Direction R.I.P http://www.mirror.co...ts-live-5399194


Lewd_Squirrel

Posted Yesterday, 05:10 PM

This death is referring to the 80s metal band, Death, not the 70s band Death.

Sir Creep

Posted Yesterday, 09:49 AM

Scott Clendenin, former bassist with Death, reported dead, ironically. http://www.blabbermo...nin-dies-at-47/


Death was a seminal punk band outta Detroit, seminal in that it consisted of three black guys (1 is dead) who would have been more like 67 than 47, so I knew straight away this was an imposter band. There was a documentary about them recently 'A Band Called Death'. Don't be fooled by substitutes.
SirC

Posted Yesterday, 07:40 AM

Scott Clendenin, former bassist with Death, reported dead, ironically. http://www.blabbermo...nin-dies-at-47/

he used to play with death ..now death has played with him !


YoungWillz

Posted Yesterday, 04:18 AM

Scott Clendenin, former bassist with Death, reported dead, ironically. http://www.blabbermo...nin-dies-at-47/


themaninblack

Posted 20 March 2015 - 10:10 PM

Michael Brown of 1960s "Baroque" popsters The Left Banke, has died aged 65.


Phantom

Posted 18 March 2015 - 03:21 PM

That death kinda fucks the old "they used to be called Four but one of them died" gag.

 

I read that, and thought "I don't get it. what has it got to do with Shaw Taylor and Police 5"? Then I realized I was reading something completely different and had DL opened on two tabs on my browser.


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