Unelected Unprincipled Undead


Great Big Billygoat Gruff said...

Not long enough, excellent.

The music is by?

Great Big Billygoat Gruff said...


Fleetwood Mac

takes a while

Wrinkled Weasel said...

GBBG Thanks for the feedback. I am feeling very insecure right now, for no particular reason and I need strokes.

The music is "Tusk" by Fleetwood Mac.

The Mac did this on the back of "Rumours" during a time when they confessed to spending Millions of Dollars on being rock stars. They did the eponymous album, "Tusk", mainly with Lindsay Buckingham as the driving creative force, and shortly after, imploded as a band, amid relationship difficulties and the consumption of large quantities of white powder.

The Mac got back together eventually and did a live version of Tusk for one of the Presidents.

You did ask.

Norton Folgate said...

Very good, but too short.

Great Big Billygoat Gruff said...

Don't let then get you down Mrs Brown


Wrinkled Weasel said...

Interesting that you two thought it was too short. I thought it might get boring if it went on too long.

Shall bear this in mind. I have made mistakes. I acknowledge my weaknesses and will in future play to my strengths. I am listening to my constituency. We shall get through this, together. I believe the British people want me to lead them to salvation. Blah!

Great Big Billygoat Gruff said...

for afters


Great Big Billygoat Gruff said...

It was because ut wad good that was noticably too short

King Athelstan said...

Looking forward to seeing the Mac in November, minus Christine McVie I think, of course after "Tusk" they did have a minor tour de force with "Tango In The Night".( I first heard that song in a shop in Leeds in 1979, I have to say it was a few years before I found out what it was.)

long slow death for Liebour hopefully. said...

WW you didn't mention ' these difficult times '
Weird times indeed with the elected Nick Griffin getting attacked by an unelected UAF mob.( supported by ToryBoyCameron and the taxpayer while the police looked elsewhere) A million votes the BNP got. Incredible. Despite his dubious policies he managed to get a million votes. That shows how desperate the people of Britain have become.
Oh and Gordons plans for electoral reform are a total sham. He'll never reform the biggest scam which is of course the House of Lords. Where would he get his cabinet from ? Lord Fondlesom of bhoys etc. And what would he be able to offer his corrupt cronies as goodies. Spiv Sugar of Apprenticeshite etc.
Hopefully Gordon will stay exactly where he is for another year. He can die a thousand deaths on a drip feed of hatred from all free thinking people and a thousand cuts from his own party as they fight for air in their putrid ZanuLiebour Party.

Spartan said...
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Spartan said...

Fleetwood Macs diificulties gave us Rumours which will no doubt remain as one of 'the' greatest albums.

lf l remember correctly, Rolling Stones Magazine ranked it 25 in the 500 greatest albums of all time.

l also remember when Christine McVie (Perfect) joined the Mac because l liked her in Stan Webbs Chicken Shack ... especially her rendition of 'l would rather go blind'. Her 'Songbird' by the Mac l also particularly like.

Then came along Stevie Nicks and it just got better.

That is not to forget Peter Greens Mac with such tracks as 'Albatross' and 'Man of the World' amongst many other worthy tracks.

Wrinkled Weasel said...

I have really enjoyed the musical comments. Thanks.