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01 Nov 2005 09:46 AM
    We can hold our heads up high until these gombeens open their mouths.. Sinead O'Connor Glen Hansard Julian Gough Any others?
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    01 Nov 2005 09:57 AM
    Pardon my ignorance but who's Julian Gough? Am I better off not knowing?
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    01 Nov 2005 09:59 AM
    quote:
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    We can hold our heads up high until these gombeens open their mouths.. Sinead O'Connor Glen Hansard Julian Gough Any others?
    Gobs**tus Maximus.....
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    01 Nov 2005 10:07 AM
    Julian Gough is/was the lead singer with Toasted Heretic (well meaning sod living in the land of cringe).
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    01 Nov 2005 10:19 AM
    Oh God yes! I had to edit a Toasted Heretic thing for Last Broadcast a few months back. What a pillock. Reminds me of several people I went to school with. Entirely slappable.
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    01 Nov 2005 11:33 AM
    Westlife, all the others mentioned are just embarrassing for themselves, that lot shame us as a nation.
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    01 Nov 2005 11:39 AM
    Louis Walsh? Nuff said.
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    01 Nov 2005 12:00 PM
    Any of you have had the misfortune to see Dustin & Chris DeBurgh doin Patrica The Stripper? DeBurgh must be one the most cringeworthy musicians anywhere, let alone our fair isle.
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    01 Nov 2005 12:13 PM
    deBurgh would make you fear for your personal safety..cerrrrreeeeeppyy
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    01 Nov 2005 12:32 PM
    depends on your definion of embarrasing...... i find Dave Fanning to be colossally embarrasing, especially when u remember how brilliant he once was. now, he sounds as if he is just phoning it in. others who make me wish they'd go off and boil their heads include: Steve Wall Ollie Cole The Revs (collectively and individually) Whoever books the music for RTE shows like The Late Late and Tubridy Tonight
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    01 Nov 2005 12:41 PM
    Picturehouse. And that sweaty fat farmer with the comb over who sang (hilariously) Aon Fhocail...with a gang of kids. Very disturbing not to say embarrassing. I mean what the f*&k was that about? He's the poster child for why first cousins should never pro create.
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    01 Nov 2005 12:54 PM
    Has Geldof been mentioned yet? I'm not sure how I'd react if I heard his spirit crushing, low pitched drone up close.
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    01 Nov 2005 02:10 PM
    Ah I love Geldof, I know he comes across as being a bit Po faced and so very pc but I'm pretty moved by what he has to say most of the time and I find his dry-humour hilarious. I find Bono on the other hand a bit cringe inducing. I know it's ridiculous to cite Geldof as an inspiration and Bono as an embarassment but I find I genuinely believe in what Geldof is trying to do and can't help thinking Bono's political activities are a bit too sanctimonious and self-publicising - don't know why - just get two distinctly different feelings from them both. Is it just PR???
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    01 Nov 2005 02:46 PM
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    Ah I love Geldof, I know he comes across as being a bit Po faced and so very pc but I'm pretty moved by what he has to say most of the time and I find his dry-humour hilarious. I find Bono on the other hand a bit cringe inducing. I know it's ridiculous to cite Geldof as an inspiration and Bono as an embarassment but I find I genuinely believe in what Geldof is trying to do and can't help thinking Bono's political activities are a bit too sanctimonious and self-publicising - don't know why - just get two distinctly different feelings from them both. Is it just PR???
    All good points. Still brimming over with hatred though.
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    01 Nov 2005 03:25 PM
    Conor and Pork! Fox Rox.
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    01 Nov 2005 04:34 PM
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    depends on your definion of embarrasing...... i find Dave Fanning to be colossally embarrasing, especially when u remember how brilliant he once was. now, he sounds as if he is just phoning it in. others who make me wish they'd go off and boil their heads include: Steve Wall Ollie Cole The Revs (collectively and individually) Whoever books the music for RTE shows like The Late Late and Tubridy Tonight
    Nah, I still like Dave Fanning, though I can see where you're coming from. His shows are still enjoyable (but who am I to talk I never listen to the radio anyway). Not so sure about Steve Wall, but aargh Ollie Cole.
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    01 Nov 2005 07:03 PM
    Ollie Cole: couldn't write a decent tune if it came and slapped his pinched, miserable little Kells face! Glan Hansard: need we say more!
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    02 Nov 2005 01:06 AM
    Right well - I always hear people, especially Irish Artists being dogged on the site, but what about the people that you're proud of? To keep on topic, yeah, the most embarrassing thing i think has definitley got to be the boybands thing. Fair play to anyone else who at least gets up and attempts something for themselves. Go Mickey Joe!!!
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    02 Nov 2005 06:15 AM
    Ronan Keating....in fairness, fair play. Embarrassing doesn't even begin to cover it
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