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No updates here for a while… …
That’s because The Razor Wire has moved home (again, sorry)… …you can now find us back on Blogger.
Bookmark http://therazorwire.co.uk and never lose it again.
What’s going on then… ..well you may have noticed The X Factor is back – there’s plenty of that and lots of John and Edward love going on, an amazing article on Mika and the latest greatest pop gems the world has to offer.
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The Razor Wire is moving back to Blogger.
All of the old posts there are gone. I am starting again.
It’s more than 4 years since I started the blog (with several gaps in between). I’ve learnt a lot in that time and now feel as though I know what to do to make it a success.
The Blogger vs. WordPress argument will rage on for years to come. I’m still not sure which is the best but the reason I am moving back to Blogger is because you can use AdSense. Simple as that.
Please update all bookmarks, links, blogrolls etc. to http://www.therazorwire.co.uk
That URL will be switched to redirect to http://therazorwire.blogspot.com in a week or so.
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More news to come..
This video is amazing. I have nothing else to say.
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I first came across Cobra Starship on the soundtrack to the movie Snakes On A Plane. They’re now getting ready to release their first single in the UK and the added bonus is that it features the wonderful Leighton Meester from Gossip Girl (more on that to come).
Extremely catchy, sing-a-long and fun. ‘Good Girls Go Bad’ is sure to be taking dancefloors and the radio by storm from here until Christmas. Make sure you check out the Cash Cash Remix, one of the rare examples of a remix being better than the original.
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Fox’s new show Glee has fast become my latest TV obsession. Put very simply, it’s High School Musical in a TV series only good, more realistic and very funny. The show centres around the Glee club at William McKinley High a fictional school in Ohio. It’s members are a collection of misfits who are on the bottom rung of the social ladder. Their leader is Will Schuester, a teacher who longs to relive his own glory days in glee club at McKinley High. His arch-nemesis is Sue Sylvester, head coach of the schools successful Cheerleading squad who is resentful at cuts made to her budget to support glee.
Another shining star of the show is Emma Pilsbury played by the brilliant Jayma Mays. Emma, who suffers mysophobia is hopelessly in love with Will but unfortunately for her, Will has an evil wife of five years so determined to start a family she end up faking a pregnancy.
Take a look at this extended trailer for a taste of what it’s all about:
Along with an exceptional cast, Glee features some brilliant music. The songs are reworked into the glee club style – highlights include ‘Don’t Stop Believing’ from episode 1 and their hilarious take on Salt and Peppa’s ‘Push It’.
You can obviously find Glee online if you want to watch it now. If you would prefer to be legitimate and wait until it screens in the UK, Glee is coming to Channel 4 – no date yet for the premiere though.
Oh and there will be a soundtrack with music from the show coming out. Some songs are already on US iTunes (link below).