5 April 2013

Meet the team....almost.....

So, as promised a few days ago there is now a team behind the blog!  Whilst having no-one as good looking as Face, as strong as B.A, as smart as Hannibal or as...erm, whatever the lady did for the A-Team, it is more like a team of Murdoch's. We are all sort of different as it happens and here is a brief introduction:

Chris Jermyn - Life long Iron Maiden, Slayer and Machine Head fan. Expect lots of metal from this man (although this should not be a surprise - however he is stretching his musical tastes).  He is also a keen gamer who is currently enjoying the charms of Assassin's Creed 3 (as am I).

 Marc Richardson - A truck driver who is into rock, dance and prog metal.  He likes to bring bred and Irn-Bru to people's houses.

Eddie Carter - Well I'm not gonna put up a photo of me on here, I want you to be able to eat. ;-)  As you know I like everything from Napalm Death to Elton John. I tend to be a bit noisy and I am also trying to reduce my drinking level. For the record and my eternal shame - I am not Batman. 

Helen Carter (aka Mrs ATTIWLTMOWOS) - Soon to be added to the list once we have sorted out her Gmail account. She will also have a photo up as well.  She is into lots of soul music such as Aretha Franklin; also have a soft spot for grunge and Macy Gray.
Chris Chaney - AKA the mystery album blog marker.  Already know to people who read the blog, another musical mad man who loves everything from ambient noise, to punk and post rock via (and this is disturbing) The Village People.

So we have 5 Murdoch's and the whole musical spectrum of the world at our feet.  What could possibly go wrong....

Current listening in the house of ATTIWLTMOWOS:

Various - Arrietty OST
Paul Weller - Wake Up The Nation
The Start - Initiation
XLR8R - Inner Oceans
Jarvis Cocker - The Jarvis Cocker Album
The Fat Lady Sings - Johnson
Airhead - Boing!
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Push The Sky Away
Smalltown Heroes - Human Soup
Anna Ternheim - Somebody Outside

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