Friday, June 15, 2007

Sex and Drugs and Rock and Roll ( well rock and roll)

I don't know if it's the anti-climax of getting all my work handed in and the end of term looming, or if it is hanging out with all those bright young things. Or maybe it is simply spring and the equivalent of itchy feet, but just recently I have wanted to go wild and party.
The trouble is I can't sustain that kind of behaviour any more. Last week for instance I went out with some people from my course. I had three large glasses (buckets) of wine suddenly felt really drunk and had to go home - I was in bed before midnight! Of course according to the latest government statistics that is classed as binge drinking!
So anyway here I am feeling slightly washed out after two nights of socialising and wondering how the heck I used to do it every night.
Another element of the urge to party is the urge to dance; but there doesn't seem to be anywhere for adults to do that in Norwich. What I need is the grown up equivalent of the teen disco! I am also listening to tons of music, which is great rediscovering gems from my youth plus a whole host of new stuff - haven't managed to convince my son to like Led Zeppelin yet though - but I'm working on it.
Here is this weeks top 10 albums (in no particular order)
1) Muse - Origin of Symmetry
3) Radiohead - The Bends
4) Jethro Tull - Heavy Horses
5) Red Hot Chili Peppers - Greatest Hits
6) Pearl Jam - Rear View Mirror
7) Fleetwood Mac - Rumours
9) The Kaiser Chiefs - Employment
10) Mich Gerber - Endless String

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