The day the UK government and legal system allows our police to treat obvious criminals like this with no repercussions (such as the law-breaking filth being able to sue the system or walk out scot free), is the day I’ll be happy to stay in this country.
After years of listening to their dodgy songs and buying their albums online, I got to see Amateur Transplants live as part of the Edinburgh Fringe. My first Fringe show as well, in fact.
For those who don’t know, Amateur Transplants is made up of two medics – Adam Kay and Suman Biswas. They sing very rude songs full of swearing and bodily functions, many based on popular hits. Often they’re not complete songs – just enough to tell a joke with a punchline. As a result in the 60 minute show they probably played in excess of 40 songs.
I was surprised to see that many people at the show obviously hadn’t heard many of the songs before. For them it must have been a great treat – very much like watching a stand-up with a good routine for the first time. Having said that there were a good few new songs in the mix, including some ad-libbing from Adam that threw Suman for six.
They involve the audience a bit as well, with Adam strolling through them during a couple of songs. Made a little less easy due to the venue basically being a “lounge where you want” one with few seats and more beanbags!
I can say that, especially given the low ticket price, I was definitely not disappointed by the show. Very funny, more laughs per minute than I’ve seen at many “regular” comedy shows. Plus Adam and Suman wander around afterwards to sign CDs and the like. Don’t forget that Macmillan Cancer Support gets a share of all their profits.
I’ll leave you with the following YouTube video of their original “hit”, London Underground. WARNING – it contains lot of swearies!
Just the “proper” trilogy, not that rubbish “Episode I to III” nonsense. Very, very well done considering it’s just in LEGO. Great narration by a young boy as well. This is what Star Warsfan films are all about.
Oh, and yes, I’ve posted-dated this entry to Star Wars Day.
I’ve seen some amazing videos in the past. Imaginative, edgy, ahead of their time. But this one really takes the biscuit.
It’s a one-off display of a custom video for AC/DC’sShoot To Kill which is part of the Iron Man 2 soundtrack. What makes the video special is where it was shown – on the wall of Rochester Castle. The video was designed to make use of the stonework and shape of the castle and is simply a magnificent piece of creative work.