A sad loss of talent but I’m not sure I can bear the days and days of media fan fare and 'Last day' documentaries.
Did you see the paparazzi this morning on the news, security asked if they would go away for a few hours and leave the family in peace yet they just kept on snapping. They really need shooting sometimes.
LMAO - HA HA HA HA HA HAthe royal clothes horse....
The death of a cultural icon captures the Beeb's audience like no other story.....oh no, hang on...
He'll be working in Tesco by the end of next week as a shelf-stacker!
Seeing as he bought most of if not all the beatles music if he didn't think they were s*** then I guess your wrong Hightower.
I'm afraid I never liked his music, I never really liked the person either.
Oh dear, he's dead, life goes on. I don't envy the coroner, unpicking that mangled mess of a body. I'd say he punched his own card a few years back.
The Rolling Stones pi55ed all over the Beatles.
Hmmm, Love Love Me Do & I Want To Hold Your Hand - oh yes classic and such meaningful songs........NOT
Hightower (26th June 2009)
Now is a good time to bow out of this thread...
Well I guess we will ever know the real Jackson seems as though he has been in the media since a child and never really had chance to grow up in a relatively normal lifestyle.
It's peoples opinions for his music and lifestyle, but it's still a sad day for his friends and family and I'm sure he'll be missed by many. Personally I like his early music, and despite everything else that went on towards the end of his life, I'll still enjoy listening to his music time and time again.
witch (26th June 2009)
I had to wait WEEKS before I heard my first Heath Ledger joke last year, and a fair few days before my first Jeremy Beadle one.
I'm confident a Michael Jackson joke will arrive before Monday.
Time is On My Side, Paint It Black, She's A Rainbow, Sympathy For The Devil, Start Me Up, Blue Turns To Grey, Ruby Tuesday, Give Me Shelter
I'd say they where both pretty good and had their moments. Wouldn't necessarily say one was better than the other. The Beatles just had the biggest influence on future generations of pop/rock music.
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