GreenJolly – Orange Revolution 2004 Mastermind

Eurovision Song Contest 2005 participant
 


All Bettes off and Whitneys and Ronans says Louis.


The News Review:

– All Bettes off and Whitneys and Ronans says Louis.
– DM and Jemini Scala London
– Laura Barton: Side lines | World news | The Guardian

All Bettes off and Whitneys and Ronans says Louis.
Free with registration – Europe Intelligence Wire – AccessMyLibrary.com – Aug 28, 2003
All Bettes off and Whitneys and Ronans says Louis. (28-AUG-03) Europe Intelligence Wire.

DM and Jemini Scala London
Guardian – Aug 30, 2003
In marked contrast to the standard hip-hop braggadocio his witty lyrics are almost singularly concerned with failure: his car is clapped out his gold jewellery is fake. Brooklyn-based headliners Dangermouse and Jemini are a more complex proposition. Their recent album Ghetto Pop Life has attracted acclaim from critics prepared to overlook the fact that they have named themselves after a cartoon character voiced by David Jason and Britain’s nul-points Eurovision flops. Their performance is curiously devoid of the arhythmic rapping and obtuse musical backgrounds favoured by their underground contemporaries. Instead it boasts r’n’b influences hooks steamrolling beats and dextrous intelligent rhymes that on more than one occasion lambast the situation in Iraq. This is underground hip-hop simply because it has yet to be recognised by the mainstream. DM and Jemini are joined on stage for their entire set by a stocky white man in a flat cap.

Laura Barton: Side lines | World news | The Guardian
Guardian – Aug 28, 2003
But perhaps they didn’t intend to pose starkers at all. Perhaps ladies it was a just simple matter of their bikini tops falling off. After all these things frequently happen especially we’ve noticed if one happens to be (a) at the Eurovision Thong Contest in Faliraki or (b) starring in Carry on Camping. · This week’s debate: Miss Abby Titmuss – “modern-day Florence Nightingale” or “bazoomas out Jordan-style clone”? We reckon the smart money’s on the rank outsider – “young lady out on the razzle in a low-cut blouse”. · We’ve been riveted by an article on the Newsweek website about catcalling in Latino culture. Anna in Harlem found the frequent shouts of “nice ass” so disturbing that she “bought a big dog”.

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