The Electric Circus Saloon
'Ey dude let's party!


Have a drink, dude.
 
PortalHomeUsergroupsRegisterLog in

Share | 
 

 An interview with Blackie from 1987

View previous topic View next topic Go down 
AuthorMessage
xanthipee
Bartender
avatar

Posts : 297
Join date : 2010-04-27
Age : 45
Location : Novi Sad, Serbia

PostSubject: An interview with Blackie from 1987   13th August 2010, 1:11 am


Original Video - More videos at TinyPic
Back to top Go down
Betelguese
Pub Manager
avatar

Posts : 397
Join date : 2010-03-07
Age : 26
Location : İstanbul

PostSubject: Re: An interview with Blackie from 1987   13th August 2010, 2:06 am

What's that?!Hğeiav߀潶¾¥#ߢ!!!
I've never seen it before!!



Lord, my favorite era of him


.
.
.
Let me drool a bit more..
.
.
Okay now.

Stars don't get food poisoning! Oh you pert. (No, don't put your hand over your chest like that. Bad boy!)

Black & Decker Hahaha I've heard they wanted to be his sponsor back when they went mainstream

"How do you seperate the men from the boys in San Francisco?" Not funny, boy.

"What change? " Awwwwwwwwww........

"We were doing a type of theater that was called psycho drama, which was, I've been told pychotic people doing drama" I don't understand why he laughs his as off every fucking time -which is a gazillion times- he says that

Aww David Gilmore..

And the best part of the interview sure is;

-Do you live this lifestyle at home?
-Ummmm..
-Are you married?
-I can't find anybody that'll have me puhaha
-Do you have any kids?
-Not that I know of zuhaha
-What if your kids brought home a Wham! album, would you be kinda dissapointed?
-They'd get a Wham! upside their head I tell ya that!

Back to top Go down
Doctor Ruin
Pub Manager
avatar

Posts : 445
Join date : 2010-04-27
Age : 28
Location : Naples, Italy

PostSubject: Re: An interview with Blackie from 1987   13th August 2010, 11:18 pm

Finally had the time to watch it in full Laughing

I laughed a lot at the sawblade part

...By the way, what's with that sort of throwing sausages, or whatever the hell they are? Laughing Laughing Laughing

Betelguese wrote:
Lord, my favorite era of him

Damn right

Betelguese wrote:
(No, don't put your hand over your chest like that. Bad boy!)

Lovely, lovely bad boy :oops:

Ok, enough drooling, back to serious stuff

Betelguese wrote:
"We were doing a type of theater that was called psycho drama, which was, I've been told pychotic people doing drama" I don't understand why he laughs his as off every fucking time -which is a gazillion times- he says that


Hahahah, he goes by default settings kinda like those chatting bots you can find on the net, only that his answers at least make some sense... usually

Quote :
-Do you live this lifestyle at home?
-Ummmm..
-Are you married?
-I can't find anybody that'll have me puhaha
-Do you have any kids?
-Not that I know of zuhaha
-What if your kids brought home a Wham! album, would you be kinda dissapointed?
-They'd get a Wham! upside their head I tell ya that!



Back to top Go down
http://www.myspace.com/astraea_nevermore
principia
Pub Manager
avatar

Posts : 436
Join date : 2010-03-07
Age : 31
Location : Istanbul

PostSubject: Re: An interview with Blackie from 1987   14th August 2010, 10:26 pm

kinda weird but,never seen that one,thanks Xan! What a Face


god he's so drunk and looks so fine

do you have any kids?
not that i know of


David Gilmour..agree with blackie on his guitar abilities..he's awesome.
reminded me of one of Mustaine's quotes,which was something like;

Quote :
David Gilmour can do more with one note than most guitar players can do with the whole fretboard.

Back to top Go down
xanthipee
Bartender
avatar

Posts : 297
Join date : 2010-04-27
Age : 45
Location : Novi Sad, Serbia

PostSubject: Re: An interview with Blackie from 1987   14th August 2010, 11:36 pm

Girls, have you heard this: "This show business stuff is rough. When I think of the number of women I've had to sleep with to get where I am ..."? Well, he finally admits it! He's a merciless lady killer ... which is good, of course!
Back to top Go down
xanthipee
Bartender
avatar

Posts : 297
Join date : 2010-04-27
Age : 45
Location : Novi Sad, Serbia

PostSubject: Re: An interview with Blackie from 1987   14th August 2010, 11:49 pm

By the way, I have the impression that the host doesn't have a very flattering opinion about Blackie. Have you noticed that forced, fake laugh of his? I think he thinks Blackie is really a wild, unrestrained devil worshipper ...
Back to top Go down
xanthipee
Bartender
avatar

Posts : 297
Join date : 2010-04-27
Age : 45
Location : Novi Sad, Serbia

PostSubject: Re: An interview with Blackie from 1987   15th August 2010, 12:01 am

I've been watching this interview over and over again and I can tell you that both Blackie and the host are laughing with absolutely no reason. Maybe I've lost the sense of humour, but almost nothing Blackie says in this interview is particularly funny and he can't stop laughing ... Obviously, Blackie is on the autopilot ...
Back to top Go down
Betelguese
Pub Manager
avatar

Posts : 397
Join date : 2010-03-07
Age : 26
Location : İstanbul

PostSubject: Re: An interview with Blackie from 1987   15th August 2010, 1:46 am

Doctor Ruin wrote:
Ok, enough drooling, back to serious stuff

serious yay

Doctor Ruin wrote:
Hahahah, he goes by default settings kinda like those chatting bots you can find on the net, only that his answers at least make some sense... usually

A bot! I-fuckin-knew-it!

principia wrote:

David Gilmour..agree with blackie on his guitar abilities..he's awesome.
reminded me of one of Mustaine's quotes,which was something like;

Quote :
David Gilmour can do more with one note than most guitar players can do with the whole fretboard.

Aye! That was the first thing that popped in my head.. Ooh spoken like a true Mustaine

xanthipee wrote:
Girls, have you heard this: "This show business stuff is rough. When I think of the number of women I've had to sleep with to get where I am ..."? Well, he finally admits it! He's a merciless lady killer ... which is good, of course!

One thing I can tell Blackie about that one: Mister won't you please fuck off a lil bit?

xanthipee wrote:
By the way, I have the impression that the host doesn't have a very flattering opinion about Blackie. Have you noticed that forced, fake laugh of his? I think he thinks Blackie is really a wild, unrestrained devil worshipper ...

Devil worshipper!
Oh ya, those were the times that, so to speak, Burzum hadn't killed Mayhem yet, which is what evil means in metal dictionary
Oh come on, he's not even Norwegian!

xanthipee wrote:
I've been watching this interview over and over again and I can tell you that both Blackie and the host are laughing with absolutely no reason. Maybe I've lost the sense of humour, but almost nothing Blackie says in this interview is particularly funny and he can't stop laughing ... Obviously, Blackie is on the autopilot ...

Ah, Doc described it in the best way by saying he's talking by default settings haha!
Back to top Go down
xanthipee
Bartender
avatar

Posts : 297
Join date : 2010-04-27
Age : 45
Location : Novi Sad, Serbia

PostSubject: Re: An interview with Blackie from 1987   15th August 2010, 10:10 pm

"Ah, Doc described it in the best way by saying he's talking by default settings haha! "

That's right. He looks like a robot.
Back to top Go down
Sponsored content




PostSubject: Re: An interview with Blackie from 1987   

Back to top Go down
 
An interview with Blackie from 1987
View previous topic View next topic Back to top 
Page 1 of 1
 Similar topics
-
» Whitecross interview.
» Joshua Perahia interview.
» An interview with Rob Rock.
» New McLaughlin Interview and Special Mahavishnu Book Offer
» Jeff Beck talking about John McLaughlin brand new interview

Permissions in this forum:You cannot reply to topics in this forum
The Electric Circus Saloon :: Ground Floor :: W.A.S.P. Corner-
Jump to: