Saturday, September 19, 2009



Kepada Jejaka jejaka ganteng ;
Encik Deaf Leppard, Bro-teromber, Nagakeramat, Takilala-san, Cateye, Ijau, Zan, Skidrow, Saudagar Mimpi, Speed, J, Abang Ben, Rocksports, IronBoard, Tok rimau, Geng metal, Abang besi....

Kepada Puteri-puteri Ayu;
Kucingorengemok, Dill, Vween, Cikgu Dd, Nora, hamisjalikha....Aya Ueto

Kepada myreallifefriends;
Sapik, Ijal & Linda, Zuhair, Alek.....

dan nama nama yang kami lupa nak mention di sini , ampun maaf di pinta..

dan semua yang sudi membaca Go- Blog ini....


Semoga Syawal kali ini yang terbaik untuk kita semua! Amin!

Saturday, September 12, 2009

Joe Perry: What The Beatles mean to me

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Joe Perry: What The Beatles mean to me


"I was already into rock 'n' roll and pop music before The Beatles hit America. I remember being a little kid and seeing this guy Elvis Presley on TV - the girls would scream when he came on. That kind of stuck with me.

"The stuff I was into were things like Roy Orbison and the Phil Spector hits. I was definitely a music loving kid. From my earliest days, whenever I heard music, I felt happy and forgot all my problems.

"In fact, I even started playing guitar at a young age. My parents bought me a Silvertone acoustic guitar that cost $12.95 and it came with a little 45 single that said, 'Hold the plectrum with the right hand and the neck with the left.' I'm naturally left-handed, but since that's how the record said to play guitar, that's how I did it - it never occurred to me to change.

"The night The Beatles first played the Ed Sullivan Show, boy, that was something. Seeing them on TV was akin to a national holiday. Talk about an event. I never saw guys looking so cool. I had already heard some of their songs on the radio, but I wasn't prepared by how powerful and totally mesmerizing they were to watch. It changed me completely. I knew something was different in the world that night.

"Next day at school, The Beatles were all anybody could talk about. Us guys had to play it kind of cool, because the girls were so excited and were drawing little hearts on their notebooks - 'I love Paul,' that kind of thing. But I think there was an unspoken thing with the guys that we all dug The Beatles, too. We just couldn't come right out and say it.

"All of that changed when I went to see A Hard Day's Night. I wasn't into sports, I wasn't a great student, I didn't go out for school activities or anything - I was just kind of into my own little world. But seeing The Beatles on screen, running around and laughing, plus seeing them play all these incredible songs, I started to think, 'Hey, I wouldn't mind doing that.' It was like The Beatles were their own gang, and that seemed so cool to me."

"Quite soon after, I started getting into the Stones and other British groups, and the idea of playing the guitar seriously and being in a band really took hold. I followed all The Beatles records, of course.

"What's funny is, even though they were making so many breakthroughs sonically and changing the way music could be presented, I didn't process it that way at the time.

"Everything seemed to flow so naturally from them. You'd pick up Rubber Soul and it was fantastic. Then you'd get Revolver and it was amazing, too. You just came to expect it from them. I had no idea what hard work went into doing what they did.

"Guitar-wise, it's hard to say specifically what I got from them, other than their licks became part of my DNA like so many of the British bands I stated to follow, like The Yardbirds and Cream and Zeppelin. It all became this fantastic cocktail of guitar greatness that I was only too happy to drink in.

"Later on, probably around the late '60s, when they were getting ready to break up, that's when I started to appreciate what geniuses The Beatles were, how they set trends and broke every rule in the book. How they went from being this live group to mastering the recording studio and showing everybody that nothing was impossible, as long as you had the imagination and the guts to go for it.

"Plus, they had gone from singing these simple love tunes to writing songs about any topic you could think of. I think that's what really impressed me the most - they taught me that music could liberate you, teach you, take you somewhere else, expand your consciousness, all of that.

"The Beatles taught us all so much. They taught us to be brave, to follow our dreams and aim high. That's a wonderful legacy to leave."


  • Dipetik dari laman web rasmi Aerosmith.
  • The Beatles memang pengaruh yang besar pada Aerosmith, mereka ada cover beberapa lagu Beatles seperti "I'm Down", "Helter Skelter" dan "Come Together". Juga sebuah lagu John Lennon "Give Peace a Chance".
  • Tu belum kira diorang nyanyi sikit-sikit dalam tour seperti lagu "Hey Jude" dan "Wait".
  • Trademark jeritan klimaks Steven Tyler yang bunyik "wa ta tau wa tak tau tak tau!" tu pun rasanya originated dari jeritan ad-lib Paul McCartney masa lagu "Hey Jude". Contoh terbaik cuba bandingkan masa klimaks lagu "Hey Jude" dengan Aerosmith "Amazing".
  • Klimaks Steven Tyler yang paling mengarut sampai orang tak paham apa boleh dengar kat lagu "Draw The Line" huhuhu. Kena tengok lirik baru faham.

Friday, September 11, 2009

Airi Taira sekali lagi

Superpervet kembali daaa...

Semalam baru layan movie Jepun 20th Century Boys Chapter 2.
Watak utama dia adalah Kanna iaitu anak sedara hero pada chapter satu dulu.

Kanna lakonan Aira Tairi. Saya memang suka awek yang ada gigi arnab kat depan ni.
Jatuh cinta buat kali yang ke satu ratus empat puluh sembilan kali pada dia huhuhu....

Orang lawa angkat ketiak pun nampak lawa. Orang lawa pakai baju kaler aiskrim Paddle Pop pun nampak lawa. Eh dia tengok kita, eh dia jeling mata....teringat lagu Saleh Yacob pulak.
Dah macam pelangi bergerak pun ada.
Orang lawa menongkat dagu pun nampak lawa.
Orang lawa menyandar kat dinding pun nampak lawa.
Orang lawa dalam gelap pun nampak lawa. Huhuhu...

Airi Taira sebagai Kanna. Watak utama dalam Chapter 2.
Belakang tu watak polis yang sikit-sikit ada jatuh hati sama Kanna

Poster 20th Century Boys 2: The Last Hope


  1. For Additional info about the manga and the live action movie just click here. (spoiler alert)
  2. Or here
  3. here also.

NME - Special The Beatles Issues

Khas untuk release The Beatles remastered colletion, majalah NME telah release edisi The beatles collectors issues. Istimewanya ada 13 cover berlainan mengikut cover album The Beatles. Huha!

err kat mana ada jual majalah NME ni eh ?

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Blur - No Distance to Left Run


Blur - No Distance to Left Run.

Its over
You dont need to tell me
I hope youre with someone who makes you
Feel safe in your sleeping tonight
I wont kill myself, trying to stay in your life
I got no distance left to run

When you see me
Please turn your back and walk away
I dont want to see you
Cos I know the dreams that you keep is wearing me
When your coming down, think of me here
I got no distance left to run

Its over, I knew it would end this way
I hope youre with someone who makes you feel
That this life is the night
And it settles down, stays around
Spends more time with you
I got no distance left to run

(kadang-kadang gua ada rasa macam ni)

Wednesday, September 09, 2009

Tu dia dah keluar dah 999


The Beatles: Remastered

We are delighted to announce the release of the original Beatles catalogue, which has been digitally re-mastered for the first time, for worldwide CD release on Wednesday, September 9, 2009 (9-9-09), the same date as the release of the widely anticipated "The Beatles: Rock Band" video game. Each of the CDs is packaged with replicated original UK album art, including expanded booklets containing original and newly written liner notes and rare photos. For a limited period, each CD will also be embedded with a brief documentary film about the album. On the same date, two new Beatles boxed CD collections will also be released.

The albums have been re-mastered by a dedicated team of engineers at EMI's Abbey Road Studios in London over a four year period utilising state of the art recording technology alongside vintage studio equipment, carefully maintaining the authenticity and integrity of the original analogue recordings. The result of this painstaking process is the highest fidelity the catalogue has seen since its original release.

The collection comprises all 12 Beatles albums in stereo, with track listings and artwork as originally released in the UK, and 'Magical Mystery Tour,' which became part of The Beatles' core catalogue when the CDs were first released in 1987. In addition, the collections 'Past Masters Vol. I and II' are now combined as one title, for a total of 14 titles over 16 discs. This will mark the first time that the first four Beatles albums will be available in stereo in their entirety on compact disc. These 14 albums, along with a DVD collection of the documentaries, will also be available for purchase together in a stereo boxed set.

Within each CD's new packaging, booklets include detailed historical notes along with informative recording notes. With the exception of the 'Past Masters' set, newly produced mini-documentaries on the making of each album, directed by Bob Smeaton, are included as QuickTime files on each album. The documentaries contain archival footage, rare photographs and never-before-heard studio chat from The Beatles, offering a unique and very personal insight into the studio atmosphere.

A second boxed set has been created with the collector in mind. 'The Beatles in Mono' gathers together, in one place, all of the Beatles recordings that were mixed for a mono release. It will contain 10 of the albums with their original mono mixes, plus two further discs of mono masters (covering similar ground to the stereo tracks on 'Past Masters'). As an added bonus, the mono "Help!" and "Rubber Soul" discs also include the original 1965 stereo mixes, which have not been previously released on CD. These albums will be packaged in mini-vinyl CD replicas of the original sleeves with all original inserts and label designs retained.

Discussions regarding the digital distribution of the catalogue will continue. There is no further information available at this time.


  1. Tunggu sampai Johor. Berharap, berharap.
  2. Berita dari sumber lain buleh baca kat sini.

Dipetik dari laman web rasmi The Beatles

Sunday, September 06, 2009

Bon Jovi - Crossroads 3-disc box set "Deluxe Sound & Vision"

Dah janji dengan Bro-teromber nak review dalam keadaan tak riak.
Pagi-pagi lepas sahur, amik air semayang, gi semejid semayang subuh berjemaah dan balik baru buat entry review ni dalam keadaan penuh tenang dan rasa rendah diri.
Hehehe leh gitu?

Bon Jovi - Crossroads 3-disc box set edisi "Deluxe Sound and vision"
Cover depan.

Beli kat Speedy @Jusco Bukit Indah sebelum puasa dulu dengan Encik Sapik.
Harga seperti yang tertera. No more no less.
Printed in Malizia.

Sekali bukak macam ni haaa.
Packaging digipak.

Booklet yang alahai sekeping jek lipat 3.
minimum informations. Huhuhu.

Songs credits.
Dah takdak simbol cross, semua sudah ekjas. Kelainan dari versi keset tahun 1994.

Box set ni dapat 2 cd dan 1 dvd.
Disebalik cd holder tu ada gambar sikit2.

Kita view dekat sikit.

Sangat suka foto ni dari dulu.
Front man diblurkan dan highlight untuk anggota lain.

Ok yang ni main disc . Crossroads the Greatest Hits.

2nd disc B-sides and rarities.
Yang kaler hitam tu DVD Live at London.

Belakang. Gambar JBJ. Biasalah stail bergambar mat hensem.

Thanx for believin!
Hahaha yang ni comparisons inlay dengan versi keset. Banyak beza kan?
(giler buruk dah keset ni kaler dah kuning)

Kira lengkaplah circle untuk Crossroads saya.
Keset dah ada, versi cd pun dah ada. Nak beli versi cd versi 1994 harga lebih kurang dengan versi 3disc jadi sambar yang ni jek le.

Untuk detail sila klik sini ye.

Untuk review yang lebih rangup, sila ke laman encik Skidrow kita.

Sekian sahaja review saya .
Khas untuk abang kita yang baru bergambo dengan Diana Danielle (yum yum).