Saturday, October 31, 2009

October 31st: Halloween & Final Summing Up

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This is the final entry of Blog Every Day October which I am really glad that it is come to an end. On today it is known as Halloween. It started off as an American holiday then soon became worldwide.

Now I will say that I don't like Halloween at all. Now if I was living America I wouldn't go there and diss Halloween because it is an American holiday but now it is getting popular in the UK has upset me a bit. I don't mind little kids dressing up and doing trick and treat with their mum and dad but older kids it is strange. I know people are going to hate me but I don't get what Halloween is about. Sure we do need a scare sometimes but I never like to get scared, I get it too easily. I wasnt scared too much when I went to the London Dungeon a year ago but there were certain points I did and that was cool. I hate that there are a lot of sequels to horror films like Friday the 13th Part 5 or somewhere higher.

I didnt mind the Scream films because the first plot had a little plot and was really cool concept.

The only scary films I really like is spoofs mainly the Scary Movies 1 & 2. Even though critics loved 3 & 4 I didnt like them as much. I do like the Wayan Brothers films better than the David Zucker's ones. The David Zucker had really smart comedy but it didnt gel with me unlike the Airplane films he did in the 80s.

I will watch all 4 films after watching Sin City which I got on Blu-Ray, going to give my dvd to mate Arron.

OK and finally since this is my last day doing Blog Every Day October I have enjoyed doing it going through many different things like Walking Day, National Poetry Day, The Barry Aldridge T-Shirts which are still selling, Reviews on films like Hot Fuzz & Batman and Robin, My Opinion on Selling Out, Going for an operation on removing 3 teeth and other topics. Im really glad I did this, its another challenge I have done and feel glad to do it.

It does feel good when you complete a challenge, its something unique that no one can take away from you.

OK onto my final video of the day goes to Liliesarelike known as Charlieissocoollike's Mum and so she did a great video involving puppets.

Thats it everyone I dont know when my next blog entry is but who knows.


Friday, October 30, 2009

October 30th: Operation Aftermath & DJ Hero (First Play)

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This is the 30th entry of Blog Every Day October

OK Today I had my operation on my teeth today which the original plan was to remove two teeth when I went to the dentist clinic today and I was nervous and when I went into the clinic I was nervous with the injections but got there in the end.

In the end they had to remove three teeth which included another wisdom tooth that had to go too, I was so numb for a while and where the teeth were originally there are in pain during the day. Im feeling fine now.

Its strange that I recovered a lot quicker than I thought, I thought I would be in bed all day but I was able to stay up and about after my mouth finishing staying numb from the injections.

Afterwards when I got back home I got DJ Hero via courier and this picture has been put on my dailybooth

The Other picture is showing inside the Case/Table.

Once I was able to get the game up and running I started to get hooked, on a first couple of plays, I think it is a brilliant game, defintely one of my games of the year. It seems to be more of a challenge than guitar hero where you have to remember more stuff to do like the Euphoria button, fader and waving the sounds about. The scratching at first is difficult but I got to master it very quickly.

Here's a picture of me trying out also shown on Dailybooth

I have completed the tutorial (Beginners Level) to proceed to play the game and sets. I got through the first couple of playlists and its awesome stuff. I love this game and cant wait to review it. My grip at the moment which is something people will agree on is the price £99 for the normal edition and £125 to £150 for the Renegade Edition but it didnt stop me although it is an early christmas present from the family and I love them for it.

OK Video of the day keeping in the spirit of DJ Hero being released today in UK, Europe and Australia, heres a trailer promoting the game with Eminem and Jay-Z in it

Thats it for now

Last entry tomorrow



Thursday, October 29, 2009

October 29th: Dentists and Operation Tomorrow

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Welcome to the 29th entry of Blog Every Day October. Today I was going to talk about something but I thought I'll tell you whats happening to me over the next couple of days.

Tomorrow I got to have an operation on my teeth which one of them removed will be a wisdom tooth that is nearly gone and the other is a tooth near the front that is nearly gone as well. I know I will come out a bit of wreck because having teeth removed really does hurt. I will be not allowed to eat anything 4 hours before the operation so I will be having something after I get out, I will be having drinks mainly Orange Juice and Yops.

Anyway I and a lot of other people really dont like dentists at all, well going to them but normally the dentists I have are really friendly people and know what to do but its more of the nerves of going is the problem I have. Its something I have to deal with everytime.

Watching Doctor Benjy's video about Dentists does remind me of them a bit of how they operate.

Really good stuff.

So for final thoughts I am nervous about tomorrow seeing if it is going to succeed or not. I hope so.

Right onto the video of the day and Im going to choose an old song from Hank Green which is going to be appear on 2nd album "This Machine Pwns n00bs" called "I Know (Ten Words Song)

I totally love this song still. I cant wait for Hanks 2nd album to drop.

Thats it for now


Wednesday, October 28, 2009

October 28th: Reviews (They should done if own the product) & Chameleon Circuit Album Review

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This is the 28th entry of Blog Every Day October (BEDO), 3 more entries after this one and then I am done.

OK Todays entry is about reviews and its always good to see people doing reviews, now I love to read a review whether if someone is being positive or negative about a film, computer game, dvd or whatever it is something I really like to read. If its a short review its great to read and the longer ones are even better that they give details on what they think about every apsect of a film or game and every track on an album which is great.

The one thing that annoys me about reviews is that people do them before the product even comes out or if they havent seen the whole film or if they only played a demo of a computer game or havent heard the whole album. It just really pisses me off some of the time, I can understand that they heard certain tracks but dont review yet until you got the album. I noticed this on DFTBA when people were reviewing only certain tracks. It reminded me and

I was talking to Doctor Noise yesterday about reviews and had a couple of jokes about it but when I mentioned that people were already reviewing Tom Milsom's new CD which aint out until December 1st he thought the same as me. He do a review of Milsom's CD based on he has heard the whole CD while mastering it so I can take Bill's review at face value, which makes me more excited for Tom Milsom's 2nd Album "Painfully Mainstream"

I have pre-ordered Tom Milsom's 2nd Album and Hank Green's 2nd Album as well called "This Machine Pwns n00bs", while I am getting Hank's 1st album over the next few days.

Hanks 1st Album Cover

Hanks 2nd Album Cover

So thats my summing up on reviews, I really dont like when people do reviews before they judge the whole final product.

OK Finally onto reviewing the Chameleon Circuit album that I got a while ago from DFTBA Records.

Now I was send this for free by Alex Day and Alan Lastufka, I dont know why seriously but thanks guys, it was nice getting it from you guys.

Here's a picture of me holding the album from Dailybooth

This came out eariler this year around the summer, there was a lot of hype around the album and it was great. I even send Alex Day a good luck message with the project. People were getting excited which I can understand I love Doctor Who too.

Now the album was getting near and when I recieved the album, I felt like a kid at Christmas and I have to say I was a little let down by this because of the hype. I dont know it didnt seem right the whole flow of the album.

I did like Count The Shadows performed by Liam also known as Littleradge, Blink performed by Charlie Mcdonnell, Exterminate Regenerate and Journey's End both performed by Charlie and Alex.

I wasnt a big fan of Ginger Chris's songs which is a shame as I love his Youtube videos.

I felt it was rushed as an album altogether, I felt there should have been more effort into the final songs.

I hope they are able to do something special with the second album, my final thoughts are an OK album but I felt the hype and some songs were a let down.

I give this album 3 stars out of 5.

OK Finally onto my video of the day and it goes to AlexTheMagix and its a project called "The Grange" and here's a teaser. Im even part of the project when it comes out for Halloween.

If you want to take part in it please contact AlexTheMagix via his Youtube.

OK Thats it for now.


EDIT - 1pm For some unknown reason my review of Chameleon Circuit album which I have done on has been removed from the site and I feel really upset at the moment. But I thought I will put up the review again which I have done with this screenshot.

Click on the picture to read my review of Chameleon Circuit that I gave its similar to the one I gave.

If this happens again, it will be a topic for tomorrows blog entry about Criticism (Can People Take It?)

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

October 27th: James Bond

Hey Guys

This is the 27th entry of Blog Every Day October

Today Im going to continue talking about James Bond. Now I have always loved James Bond no matter who played him from Connery to Craig, the role and character of James Bond is always something interesting to watch for me and a lot of people. The first Bond film I ever watched was Goldfinger starring Sean Connery when it was TV when I was a kid.

I consider Goldfinger a classic and one of my favourite Bond films of all time. Such brilliant one liners and the villians were class. I love the films then watched the Roger Moore ones and I became a fan of Bond.

I loved watching the Live & Let Die, The Man with The Golden Gun, The Spy Who Loved Me (I reviewed yesterday) and Moonraker after that I didnt like the Roger Moore films of Bond and Timothy Dalton was ok in his role, I did like Licence to Kill as it was so different to other Bond Films.

After a bit I went back to the Connery films and found them interesting to watch and really cool. When Goldeneye was first released I was a bit nervous because I felt the Bond films were going downhill but I wanted to see how Pierce Brosnan would do and he did an excellent on that film and he did the same with Tomorrow Never Dies. After them films Bond were getting dull The World Is Not Enough and Die Another Day.

Then when Daniel Craig took over the role, I remember everyone eing shocked that he would drag the role into the dirt including me and how wrong everyone was which is great, I rather be wrong at times. Casino Royale was brilliant and took out all of the gadgets that Bond is famous for.

Daniel Craig played a more serious Bond which is a great idea for the Bond to go down, it is a lot darker than past ones which is cool. Sometimes trying to break the 4th wall is an excellent idea.

I recently started to watch the Bond films again when I heard of the passing Joseph Wiseman who played the first ever James Bond Villian (Dr No) and I got hooked back in watching some of Connery's films and the first 4 Roger Moore ones. Great times watching them.

Thats my summing up of James Bond films.

The Video of the day goes to Daveyboyz and its an old Talk With Dave with MakeMeBad35 and I really like this interview, so funny.

Thats it for now, back tomorrow.


Monday, October 26, 2009

October 26th: The Spy Who Loved Me (James Bond) DVD Review

Hey Guys

This is the 26th entry of Blog Every Day October.

I couldnt think of a topic to talk about and I decided to talk about James Bond I really like called "The Spy Who Loved Me"

The plot taken from IMDB.Com

"When a massive underwater craft abducts U.S. and Russian submarines, global tensions are heightened to the brink of war. In order to find the true culprit, James Bond joins forces with beautiful Russian secret agent Anya Amasaova. Together they follow a trail that leads to Karl Stromberg, a powerful shipping magnate who is implementing a horrific scheme for world domination. Bond struggles to foil the plot, but Stromberg has provided him with the most lethal adversary: Jaws, a seemingly indestructible steel-toothed giant. Agent 007's adventure takes him to the Egyptian pyramids, under the sea and to a mountaintop ski chase that builds to one of the most amazing stunts ever filmed."

Now this is one of the best James Bond films I have ever seen and its up there with Goldfinger and Live & Let Die which were classics in their own right. I can understand that The Spy Who Loved Me was highly acclaimed by critics as it had a gripping storyline from beginning to end. It was directed by the brilliant Lewis Gilbert who also directed another favourite Bond of mine "You Only Live Twice" and it was really cool and gripping stuff.

My favourite came right before the credits where 007 was trying to espace from the Russians and went off a cliff and opened a parachute with the Union Jack.

It has one of my favourite James Bond themes ever and it was performed by Carly Simon called "Nobody Does It Better"

Im really glad that Roger Moore's Bond was able to develop a brilliant sense of humour which to me is better than Connery any day of the week. There was some great humour when Bond and Anya (Barbara Bach) and they were trying to espace from JAWS, a brilliant villian. Curt J├╝rgens as Karl Stromberg was also a great villian who wanted to destroy the world and create a new one under the sea which was different to see. This formula was used again in the next one Moonraker.

I did find it a little cheesy and how Bond dealt with Stromberg at the end a bit disppointing but still a brilliant film and loved the film involving Bond, Anya and the Secret Service operations of the British and Russians.

Brilliant film overall 4.5 out of 5.

Video of the day goes to NSG with his beat making magic with the Launchpad from Ableton.

OK Thats it for now


Sunday, October 25, 2009

October 25th: Clocks Changing

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Welcome to the 25th entry of Blog Every Day October

Today I am here to talk about the clock changing, now every time the clock changes I deal with it OK, but this time when I woke up I had a problem dealing with it, maybe its because Im getting older and keep forgetting about certain things. Im not a fan of the clocks changing at all I wish they didn't have to do it.

I heard its to deal with some part of Scotland that stays dark until mid morning around 9 or 10 o'clock dont ask me why. I know that everyone has to deal with daylight savings through different periods of the year. Im surprised that I am writing about this at 8am in the morning.

It takes me a couple of days to get used to the new time changes every March and October when it happens. I do hate it when it does go forward an hour as you have less sleep but I didnt mind that when I was a kid. Its something of change to me.

I remember a brilliant video that Smivadee did this year when the clocks moved forward an hour. It was a good video and glad Youtube featured it on the front page here in the UK.

Thats the first thing I thought of when the clocks changed, even though it was a while ago.

In a way I can take the clocks changing normally but today I got a bit confused because I forgot lol. Oh well.

OK onto the video of the day and it goes to Tom Milsom For his Indigo.

Here's the original version he did back in September 2007

and here is the new version that will be released on his 2nd album coming out on the 1st of December on DFTBA Records

Thats it for now


Saturday, October 24, 2009

October 24th: Im surprised I am doing well.

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Welcome to the 24th entry of Blog Every Day October and before I begin my entry, Fawn (xFAWNx on Dailybooth & 0titch0 on Youtube) has received her T-Shirt today which surprised and proves the postal strike isnt as big as they say in the media.

Thanks Fawn you are a star.

OK onto todays entry which is only going to be a short entry, but Im just not in the mood to do a long one. So I thought I would reflect again on how I am doing and to say I am really surprised that I have reached day 24 and havent stopped, I thought I would stop around day 7 or 8 thinking I couldnt carry on but this world can bring you a lot of surprises and this blog every day October has been made me learn a lot which is awesome. Whether I learned that you can give something a second chance or I have learnt that I can never trust politics all that sort you know.

Its great that I was inspired from past blog every day projects that have been done in the past and its great to see myself getting motivated.

OK Thats it for today and I will do something better for tomorrow when Im a great mood to do other blogs.

OK Video of the day goes to uzoouk for the Dog Adopts Lion. I find this world incredible.

OK thats it for now guys. Speak soon


Friday, October 23, 2009

October 23rd: I Don't Like Politics

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Welcome to the 23rd entry of Blog Every Day October, I was a bit worried this morning that Blogger wasnt working properly I know strange ha. It had some error messages but it was ok in the end thank goodness. I only got time to do an entry this morning.

I forgot to mention I was in the latest DFTBA newsletter send by e-mails the other day for my review of Dr Noise's EP. Thanks again DFTBA. Aslo I would like to thank Fawn for retweeting my blog yesterday about the Autism Bill 2009 being passed.

Todays entry is a bit over the top in my books. Its about all about Politics I HATE IT SO MUCH.

I think any type of politics whether it is in parliament or any form of business is never a good thing at all.

I cant stand how people would use politics to try to suit their own needs and egos, which makes me depise the world at times. I hate how our politicans whether it be Labour, Conversative, Lib Dems or other parties are acting childish in the House of Commons. It makes me wonder if they are going to go forward and stay stuck in time with the childish attitudes. Thats what I said on Twitter based on British Politics.

Now when it was announced that the BNP were going to be on Question Time last night, I was really shocked and decided not to watch it because they are another party who think they know what to do but dont really and they are racists that would destroy the UK as we know.

I felt anyone watched Question Time was falling into a trap giving the BNP publicity that they want. So what I did last night is I went to CheekTV's blogtv and chilled out there for a bit and it was nice to see Ian's shed (iiarando) which was really cool.

The only politics that seem to interest me is whats going with Barack Obama as I feel he can bring a change to the world and his words speak of passion like politicans of the past. I wish there are more honest and willing politicans who can help change what we got today.

Thats enough talk of politics makes me mad talking about it but at least I got it out in the open.

Anyway the video of the day goes to Hank Green of the Vlogbrothers with the The Top 10 Greatest Hoaxes of All Time. There are some really good ones in there.

Thats it for now guys

Speak soon


Thursday, October 22, 2009

October 22nd: The Autism Bill has been passed

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This is the 22nd entry of Blog Every Day October and Im happy today that quite a few things happened and it was so great to hear and do.

OK The main topic is that National Autistic Society was trying to push forward the Autism Bill 2009 and Im happy to say the Bill has been pushed forward which is awesome.

Heres a video to outline the Autism Bill

Here's also a letter from NAS Chief Executive Mark Lever

Dear All,

Today we have made legal history. The Autism Bill has made it through its last parliamentary stage, and upon Royal Assent it will become the Autism Act 2009: the first ever disability-specific law for England.

The Act will guarantee a future Adult Autism Strategy which will put legal duties on local authorities in England to improve services for people with autism. The Strategy will be published in the next six months and we will of course continue to campaign to ensure it is as strong as it can be and makes a real difference to people affected by autism.

The Autism Act started out as a Private Members Bill, drafted by the NAS and taken forward by Conservative MP Cheryl Gillan. Over the past year, thousands of NAS campaigners (including many of you!) have contacted their MP or local newspaper to support the Bill, and it has also had the backing of all the major political parties and 16 other autism charities from around the country.

You can read more about the Autism Act on our website at Autism Act 2009

Best wishes

Mark Lever,

NAS chief executive

It does feel really good when you get to hear news like that. Now with this bill up and running, people with autism can be helped out even more within society.

OK quick run down of today and it has been really good in Brighton.

1) I met comedian Al Murray for a book signing in WHSmiths and what a great bloke and signed my copy of the book. Top guy.

2) While I was in HMV in the Churchill Square Shopping Centre. I saw the DJ Hero being played in action and looked really cool. I didnt have time to play it sadly. I am excited for next Friday. I just want my hands on the game and the controller.

Finally before I go to the video of the day, Im really happy that Fawn has bought one of my T-shirts which is so awesome. The only problem could be late arrival to her because of Postal Strike and will send it out tomorrow even if it takes a little longer.

The video of the day goes to Angry Video Game Nerd and its a new one looking into Castlevania II and Castlevania III

As a Bonus here's the original review of Castlevania II (AVGN's first ever review)

Thats it for now and what a great day it has been. Im glad I made it this far with the blog entries.


Wednesday, October 21, 2009

October 21st: Future Ideas

Hey Guys

Welcome to the 21st entry of Blog Every Day October

Before I talk about my main topic about future ideas that I got coming up, I got a couple of updates to mention.

1) I would like to thank Dr Noise and DFTBA Records for promoting my review on Twitter yesterday, I felt proud of doing an EP after a long time of not doing reviews. This is something I will discuss in my future ideas bit.

2) The Barry Aldridge T-shirt I have only sold one more since weekend and its going to Dr Noise, which he did by accident order the UK one and lucky though we were able to sort it out. If you are going to buy a T-Shirt, please look at the options if you live outside the UK it does have an International option for all the sizes.

OK onto the main blog, I have been thinking about my future ideas when it comes to Youtube and I have decided I could do these

1) I will continue doing Face 2 Face interviews because I find them fun to do.
2) Every now and then I will do a vlog telling people what I have been up to which is why I started on Youtube
3) I may start computer game reviews again which I havent done in a long time.

The computer game should be a good idea, as I have real liking for them and I havent done a review in ages, I havent done one since Metal Gear Solid 4 from last year which I removed but I did do a Two Year on look at the Playstation 3.

I was going to some more after that but my Playstation 3 suffered the yellow/red light of death and forgot about reviews and focused more on doing outing/vlogs and Face 2 Face but I am ready to get back into the gaming review saddle. Which is really cool.

The other idea that I may do before the review is doing a video relating on Youtube before the end of the month if not then maybe the beginning of next month. I rather that a secret for the time being.

Thats my ideas for now.

My video of the day goes to a trailer of Dr No, the reason Im doing it is that actor Joseph Wiseman who played Dr No (First ever Bond villian) passed away today at the age of 91. May he RIP.

Thats it for now


Tuesday, October 20, 2009

October 20th: Two Reviews: Dr Noise's Silent Echoes and The Dark Knight (Batman) Blu-Ray

Hey Guys

Welcome to the 20th entry of blog every day and today I am going to do two reviews for you guys.

First will be Doctor Noise's Silent Echoes EP released under DFTBA Records and then second review is another look into The Dark Knight (Batman) on Blu-Ray.

But before all that I would like to thanks Ed (Eddplant on Youtube) on his great picture showing off the T-shirt

and also for doing a video showing off whilst he was doing a cover song called Use Somebody.

I also the love the quote he put in his description "Don't know who Barry Aldridge is? Shame on you."

Thanks Eddplant on being a star.

OK onto the two reviews rhat I am going to do today.

First up is Doctor Noise's EP "Silent Echoes" released under DFTBA Records

Before I begin Im really happy that Bill (Dr Noise) was able to release an album/EP with DFTBA Records because I feel he is a brilliant talent and Im normally not a fan of rock albums. Its basically an EP featuring 6 tracks that he has put out as youtube videos. He has done a video showcasing all the tracks so you get a chance to listen before buying which I think Alan Lastufka and Hank Green have the right idea here (They are the owners of DFTBA Records)

Heres the video of his EP do give a listen and watch the videos

Anyway onto my opinion of the EP I would say it is really good overall. I know that Bill has put in a lot of effort

1) We All Fall Down (5/5) I really like this track, it has a drive and energy to it which I really like. Bills motivation is matched with the music which I am really happy to see.

2) Addiction (3.5/5) Its nice to hear track which it maybe my least favourite on the album but it has some nice touches. The guitar riffs in this are awesome though

3) Judgement Day (4/5) The energy of the music is really fast paced and it perfectly suits Bill vocals. There are so many instruments playing at once and its really cool.

4) Sub-Reality (5/5) Another favourite from the EP. It has full drive into the music performed and the vocals of Bill. I like the backing vocals done in this track and keeps it uplifting. Well done Bill

5) Little Soldier (3.5/5) A change of pace from the last two tracks but its really nice. Its a bit slow to my tastes but its still cool. Nicely done though.

6) Regret (5/5) I love this track a lot, I like it that its just the guitar playing and has a different element to the whole EP. I feel this is the strongest track on the EP. Well done.

I feel overall this is a strong EP that should not be ignored by fans of DFTBA Records, I will admit this is the first album I have bought from DFTBA. Its a good one to choose.

Overall it gets 4.25 out of 5 (Well done Doctor Noise)

OK Onto the second review and its the Dark Knight on Blu-Ray

Now I decided to give the Dark Knight another chance and bought it yesterday on Blu-Ray for a tenner which is a good review.

When I first watched it in the cinema back in 2008 I thought it was way over hyped and agreed with Alex Day (Nerimon) on why people took it as a big deal. I also agreed at the time with Charlie (Charlieissocoollike) that the first 30 minutes was really bad and I fell asleep during that period which I had never done for a film. I think it was because of the hype of the second film and because of Heath Ledger's passing sort of made it a big deal which I can understand.

I may have not been in the mood around that time.

Like I said I decided to give it another chance and bought it. This time there is no hype and I could really appreciate the performances.

OK I still think Heath Ledger's performance was brilliant as a Joker not as good as Jack Nicholson's performance but at least they are different jokers and not the same.

I really liked the first 30 minutes this time around, it has a great story structure and prefer Two Face/Harvey Dent in this one than Batman Forever.

I hope they do release a follow up to this because this time I found the film to be really good. I was able to enjoy it without the hype and about Heath Ledger's passing.

When I watched in the Cinema last year I gave it 2 out of 5. The 2 was for the directing and Heath Ledger's performance as the Joker.

But Now I give it 4 out of 5, its not the best Batman film I have seen but it is up there.

OK Finally Video Of The Day goes to Doctor Noise and its my favourite track from his EP "Regret".

Thats it for now


Monday, October 19, 2009

October 19th: Animated Disney Classics.

Hey Guys

Welcome to the 19th Entry of Blog Every Day October. Today I am going to talk about Disney Animated Classics not including Pixar stuff

Before that the T-Shirt update is that no T-shirts were sold over the weekend, so that means there are still plenty to sell. I wont anymore now until there is further news.

OK onto todays topic.

I love the Disney animated films and have been watching a couple over the last three days. I have been watching Pinocchio, The Jungle Book and The Aristocats. 3 excellent Disney films.

I remember the first ever one I watched when I was kid was the Jungle Book when it was on TV then released onto video which I got christmas and consider it one of my favourites of all time.

Then I watched Aladdin, Beauty & The Beast and the Lion King (My favourite Disney film). After the Lion King I stopped watching them because it didnt capture the masgic it once had. I think that Lion King had reached the highest bar that Disney could reach. I did like Chicken Little but it was in 3D rather than the original 2D animation that Disney is best known for.

I have been going back to watching these classics and its nice to do. Im watching Aristocats again for 4th time over the last few days. Good thing about Disney films is that they are short but sometimes can be too short. I felt that Oliver & Company was a bit too short, if only it was 10 minutes longer at least I would have rated a 5 star classic instead of 4.75.

Lion King is my favourite Disney film and I did a video a long time ago explaining my reasons but it relates to me best that film because of the relationship with my dad and family. The film is like a big metaphor that I can relate to.

Videos of the day, they are all Disney Animated trailers of films I like

Jungle Book Trailer

Oliver & Company Trailer

Aladdin Trailer

Lion King Trailer

OK Thats it for now. I will do a blog entry tomorrow about Why People want fame?

Bye now


Sunday, October 18, 2009

October 18th: Social Media

Hey Guys

Welcome to the 18th entry of Blog Every Day October

Today Im feeling better and I can do a longer entry.

But first here's another picture of someone wearing the Barry Aldridge T-Shirt. Today its AverseBliss from Youtube.

OK Todays Topic is Social Media and should schools, college and university, should their students be allowed to use Social Networking sites like Youtube, Twitter, Facebook and others.

I was watching a video from Lamarr Wilson also known as WilsonTech1 on this issue.

OK Lamarr does bring up a lot of good points with Social Media that social networking sites have become part of our lives. I do understand schools that have younger than 16 doing this and I agree on this part. I do believe that schools shouldnt banned social networking sites but should put an age restriction of them, well maybe have people using youtube in school when they are 16 once they finish their big exams like in the UK we have GCSEs and exams are far more important to do.

I do see the problem with social networking sites that it doesnt do face 2 face contact that well. I think Twitter should be allowed in university if there was some questions that is being asked about important assignments. Its a tricky issue with social networking sites.

Now I did like Lamarr's rant about Macs. Now dont get me wrong I like some of the Apple products and do go to the apple store but it is nice to see someone rant about Apple because I feel it does get a lot of praise from Internet communites. I do agree that you can't customize your Apple Products which Lamarr mentioned in the video.

I do feel people are afraid to speak their mind on certain things, I was at one point but now I dont mind if people have a problem but yeah there are times that people will disagree with you on something. If someone agrees with you on everything you will automatically think of him/her as a Yes person.

Anyway Thats my thoughts on Social Media and Lamarr's video to bring up some points.

The Video of The Day goes to Angry Video Game Nerd again and its another one of my favourite reviews and its about Battletoads featuring Kyle the Guitar Guy who does his theme

Thats it for now and I will be back tomorrow with another entry.


Saturday, October 17, 2009

October 17th: T-Shirt Update and First Look at Uncharted 2

Hey Guys

This is the 17th entry of Blog Every Day October, todays one is a short one because Im not in the right mood to write a big one.

OK Update on the T-shirts so far we have sold 6 out of 48 T-shirts and still got plenty to sell. I did receive some pictures from CheekTV, Jackey and NSG showing off the T-shirt.

NSG Music wearing the T-Shirt

Jackey Ramone wearing the T-Shirt

Gary/CheekTV wearing the T-Shirt

Im really impressive with the pictures that were send in and if you buy a T-shirt and want send a picture you to at

For details of the T-Shirt go here - Barry Aldridge Real Name No Gimmicks T-Shirt

Thanks to everyone who bought one.

OK Moving on I have finally got Uncharted 2: Among Thieves today once I got home from work in Tescos.

I have say I only played the first couple of levels of the game and I have to say it is an awesome game, could be my favourite game of the year so far. The storyline and character development from the beginning is brilliant, Im really excited to play the rest of the game. I think this is going to be better than Uncharted: Drake's Fortune.

I will try out the multiplayer stuff later on if not maybe tomorrow which is cool.

OK finally the video of the day belongs to ResidentMikeLee and its about poptarts.

Ok thats it for now guys.

See you tomorrow when Im in a stronger mood


Friday, October 16, 2009

October 16th: Batman & Robin (Worst Film Ever) Review

Hey Guys

This is the 16th entry of Blog Every Day October and today I am going to be doing another film review and I normally I review the good stuff. Today I am going to be reviewing the worst comic book film ever - Batman & Robin

Now I remember watching this when I was 14 years old about to give it to one of my cousins before christmas to see if the video tape is ok and I watched the whole 2 hours and thought this was rubbish.

I decided yesterday and regretted to watch it again and I think its one of the worst films ever made. It does have a lot of comedy moments which for comic book fans they dont want to see at all but I didnt mind. I will admit the first 20 minutes of the film was good but a bit campy after that when the shit hits the fan.

I feel really sorry for George Clooney and Arnold Schwarzenegger who starred in some great stuff to be in poor outing of Batman. There were things that bugged me and it fall into the line what Cinemassacre said in his reviews of Batman & Robin

1) Batman saying "This is why Superman works alone" OMG thats bad
2) The Batman Credit Card what the hell thats not good.
3) The bad lines that the actors deliver as well, I didnt mind the puns that Mr Freeze (Schwarzenegger) delivered but it got a bit boring after a while

I feel adding Batgirl to this was a bad idea, I thought they could have done something a lot better with Alicia Silverstone who played her. I felt the Poison Ivy backstory was very weak and there was no plot with Bruce Wayne and his girlfriend Julie Madison (Played by Aussie Elle Macpherson) how did they end up together is something that has clued I wished they developed that.

I did like the Bane character because of his strength and not being the smartest guy. I will say I did like elements of Mr Freeze's backstory which showed how did he turn into Mr Freeze and how important it is to cure his wife which was nice but it didnt help the film too much.

I felt plot had none and had no serious character development, more aimed at kids.

I dont want to go on talking about the film now, I will say it is a piece of rubbish that was left out of the bin. It was more of a comedy action film than a serious action film which I know the they wanted to be serious but turned into a joke.

I give it 1 out of 5.


OK Video of the Day is going to Cinemassacre's Batman Movie Reviews which it is in 3 parts.

Part 1 - Which looked into the 1930's Batman and how it started + The 1960's series that made Batman a commerical success

Part 2 - Which looked into Batman, Batman Returns and Batman Forever

Part 3 - Which looked into Batman & Robin, Batman Begins and The Dark Knight

OK Thats it for now guys

Be back tomorrow


Thursday, October 15, 2009

October 15th: Dont Write Me Off (National Autistic Society Campaign)

Hey Guys

This is the 15th Entry of Blog Every Day October and we are about half way the month which it has surprised me that I have done 15 blog entries in a row, I would be able to do that a year ago but now.

I was going to do this entry yesterday but when the T-shirts came I had to move this entry to today but at least I had an extra day to get some stuff.

OK today is a very serious topic is closely related to me and its called "Dont Write Me Off", I will be using a lot of quotes in this entry to back my case on why I am supporting the latest campaign done by the NAS (National Autistic Society).

I have been supporting the National Autistic Society for years but around 2004, I went away and then when the Project For Awesome that were set up on Youtube by the Vlogbrothers I decided to support the NAS again. I cant remember why I stopped supporting but it doesnt matter as long Im supporting them again thats what counts.

The new campaign "Don't Write Me Off" is to help people who have autism to find a full time job and to get employers to recognise this and not discriminate against them.

I was watching a news segment the other day on BBC, showing someone looking for work at every company and wouldnt give up and he is autistic.

I was looking at the New National Autistic Society website - Don't Write Me Off

From their website I found some research that I found shocking

The next few paragraphs are from the website and I agree with these points mentioned.

"From this research, the Don’t Write Me Off campaign found that of the people we surveyed:

* just 15% have a full-time job
* one third are currently without a job or access to benefits
* 79% of those on Incapacity Benefit want to work.

The experiences that people with autism have shared with us show that, sadly, the majority are not getting the support they need to find a job and many more cannot access the benefits they need to live on.

However, it doesn’t have to be like this. There are clear and often simple steps that governments across the UK can take to deliver real change for people with autism. Adults with autism need:

* Employment and Support Allowance to work for them
* Jobcentre Plus staff to understand and meet their needs
* a national strategy to transform access to employment."

Here's a video of the campaign they are doing

I really hope this does work. Im glad I got a job working with Tescos and glad to be apart of it.

The video of the day goes to Abby Simons AKA Songsfromahat on Youtube. I have spoken to her once over a year when she stayed over in the UK and she was really cool. She just came back with a new song called Best Friend

OK Thats it for now guys, I will be back tomorrow.


Wednesday, October 14, 2009

October 14th: Barry Aldridge Real Name No Gimmicks T-Shirt is Out Now

Hey Guys

This is the 14th entry of Blog Every Day October and I got some good news on the T-shirt front it is now available to buy for you to wear.

All you have is to go to your right above my profile bit and it says "Barry Aldridge Real Name No Gimmicks T-Shirt"

Now the price for the T-shirts is £15 pounds if you live in the UK and £17 if you live outside the UK.

Here's some pictures of me wearing the T-shirt

I had 48 T-shirts ready to be sold to you as it is only a limited edition T-shirt that NSG and myself agreed on. Once we have sold them all there is going to be no more, thats it.

Now every 2 pounds from each T-shirt sold goes to charity and it is the National Autistic Society which is a UK charity that looks into Autism.

Im really excited and cant wait to get started to packing them out to you guys.

I did a secret on the spot promotion without mentioning it in my latest Face 2 Face interview with Smivadee if you notice me asking the questions bits.

Speaking about this Face 2 Face Interview, Smivadee is one of my favourite guys on Youtube and a top guy to meet. When I asked him if he wanted to do it, I was so glad and I posted him a lot of different questions like I did with Ivens (Badm4ths) which was cool.

When I got his footage it was in great quality and I was able to watch it in Quicktime once I put it in my editing software it had a problem for some reason the picture and sound went out of sync so I got upset about it and then I decided to upload Smivs interview footage on another video sharing and used Videoget to download them in WMV which was cool and worked in sync in the editing software then suddenly another problem which was the sound cut out at certain points, lucky though I had the audio from the MOV version of the interview and put in some of the mov to make look like it had a flow without it cutting out at certain points which was cool and ended up the interview above.

I feel really happy about this interview and I feel its one of my favourites.

OK Finally video of the day goes to one of my favourite vloggers on Youtube and its DigitilSoul who did this video called "Bold behind the Mask"

Watch the video it explains better than I ever could.

Thats it for now


Tuesday, October 13, 2009

October 13th: What is Spam?

Hey Guys

13th Entry of Blog Every Day October and todays topic is Spam

Not the food but the phrase that is used on the Internet when someone is using something to promote their new video, picture or soundbyte to the max. Now I can understand someone doing this if it was something really important that has happened to the website or something thats going on in the world that people maybe interested.

Now this morning I decided to unlink my Dailybooth and Twitter for the second time and this time for good. I can understand from Jacob Dyer when I was reading his twitter that he got annoyed about people twitting their Dailybooth pictures and Tumblr Posts but the thing is that people decided to link them together which I dont mind them doing that, its their own personal opinion but if they are doing constantly then it gets annoying and then thats what give the idea as spam.

I can understand if Jacob unfollowed me on Twitter for the dailybooth pictures but it was because I linked Twitter and Dailybooth again but to me it wasnt spamming, If I kept on posting the same link of pictures over and over again, then thats spamming. There is a difference, lucky though Jacob did remind me to unlink Dailybooth + Twitter. I will only post a dailybooth picture on twitter if its something epic or important

I used to twittered my videos a bit but now I only do it once to twice like one for as soon the video drops and again if it needs it. My last video I didnt tweet it at all which is good.

I know we want to promote our videos to all our friends and make sure they do well. Now I am going to enjoy and relie on luck for the videos to do well and tweet if its something I really worked hard on like Face 2 Face Interviews. I do get annoyed when people/friends call you a spammer when you know you are not.

Thats enough on the issue of spamming.

We are nearly ready to sell the Barry Aldridge Real Name No Gimmicks T-Shirts, I got the packets and now waiting on the T-Shirts. I bet one or two are thinking Im spamming on this lol. OK seriously Im really excited about this for real. The next time you will more about this is when I am going to start selling the T-shirts. Hooray.

Finally video of the day goes Angry Video Game Nerd again, sorry but I love this guy and reviews on bad video games they are so funny to watch. I may do another one of his videos as video of the day one day. Today its his 3 part review of the CD-I

Part 1 - Hotel Mario CD-I

Part 2 - Zelda CD-I Games

Part 3 - More Zelda CD-I Games

OK guys I got to go, I am thinking about redesigning my blog one day to make it look better.

Bye for now


EDIT - (10:30am GMT) Im still going to link Twitter to my 2nd Facebook page which is for Internet friends I know, So the Barry rnng Aldridge statuses will be all be from twitter. I did unlink it from my personal Facebook (original one) a while ago.

Monday, October 12, 2009

October 12th: My Love For The Westcountry (South West Of England)

Hey Guys

Welcome to 12th entry of Blog Every Day October, I wanted to do a blog entry yesterday reflecting on how I feel so far but now back to normal business and today I am here to talk about the WESTCOUNTRY aka The West/South West Of England.

I have always loved this area of country whether it was going away on holiday or a day trip visit if it was somewhere to get away to or a gathering which I have done for Bristol twice.

I havent visited everywhere in the Westcountry which I thought I did but I have been to most places even if it was a stop over whether to home or going to back to hotel where we were staying.

I can best remember of trips to the westcountry over the last couple of years. It included going to Newquay, Truro & Bristol last year and going to Bath Spa and back to Bristol this year.

I loved the holiday I had down Newquay last year, I was there for a lot stuff other than going to bars and having some drinks with my mate Arron.

The nightlife in Newquay is fantastic if you are in that sort of thing Im into sometimes but not all the time. My mate and I went to Aquarium and went Swimming on other days which was really cool.

During the week of the holiday we went to a town called Truro which had an old school look to it and looked great and we went to see Hancock with the family as well at the local cinema. Its great to walk around the town

Even though the final day at Newquay was raining really hard, I had a great holiday last year.

After that I went to Bristol for a gathering which was fun and have mentioned in past blogs and thats my trips to Westcountry last year. Then I went to Bath and back to Bristol again this year. I have mentioned these as well in past blog entries.

OK onto video of the day and I am going to go to a video done by the Vlogbrothers about the Puppy Elephant Defends Capitalism

Thats it for now guys


Sunday, October 11, 2009

October 11th: How am I feeling about BEDO.

Hey Guys

11th entry of Blog Every Day October and Im surprised I have reached this far, Im having fun doing these entries, there were a couple of days I wasnt in the mood but lucky though I was able to do them.

I have tried to be very mixed with the entries whether it is talking about an event that is happening on a particular day or week, a couple of film reviews including one that came out in the cinemas a couple of days ago which is great.

Its nice to try out challenges whether you have done it before or its something new which I used to do blog entries nearly every day a year ago, I think when it comes to people not doing blog entries that much anymore I can see why.

It can really hard to talk about something every day unless you have a wealth of information on a lot of topics. Im feeling really good lately as things have been going alright and I couldnt complain.

I hate it when people complain over the smallest things if its over the size of the food unless the packing said something different to the product. I know strange example.

BEDO is really good for me to improve on keeping a sort of mini dairy for the month ahead.

OK an update on the T-shirts is that they are coming along really well and NSG said they are being made and should head to us in the next week which should be awesome and I ordered the packets ready for the T-shirts to be sold and I got to sort out one or two small things with Paypal then I will be ready to sell the T-shirts.

Good news is its going to be the design that NSG and me created:

Im really excited about games coming out this month and the top 2 titles Im looking forward are

- Uncharted 2 (Among Thieves)
- DJ Hero

There are loads of films being released on Blu-Ray before Christmas which is brilliant including Star Trek, Harry Potter, Transformers 2 and more. Good times ahead.

OK onto the video of the day, I have been doing another Angry Video Game Nerd marathon and I would like to share one of my favourite reviews from the eariler days of the Nerd when he was known as the Angry Nintendo Nerd.

OK everyone thats it for now


Saturday, October 10, 2009

October 10th: Film Review: UP 3D in the cinema

Hey guys

Welcome to the 10th entry of Blog Every Day October and Im sort of struggling to try to remember to write posts every day but I hope to get there in the end.

Today is another film review and it was film I went to see yesterday in the cinema called UP.

I know that it came out in America 3 months ago at least and I was really excited for this release. It is Pete Docter's 2nd film after my one of favourite pixar films "Monsters Inc".

So whats the story about

It begins with Carl Fredricksen, a shy and quiet young boy, meets an energetic and outgoing bucktoothed barefooted tomboy named Ellie, discovering they share the same interest in exploration as their hero, famed explorer Charles F. Muntz. Ellie expresses her desire to move her clubhouse to Paradise Falls in South America, a promise she makes Carl keep. Carl and Ellie wed and grow old together in the old house where they first met while making a living as a toy balloon vendor and a zookeeper respectively. Unable to have children, they also try to save up for the trip to Paradise Falls but other financial obligations arise. Just as they seem to finally be able to take their trip, Ellie dies of old age, leaving Carl living alone in their home as a sour recluse with nothing to live for and missing his wife terribly. As the years pass, the city grows around Carl's house with construction as Carl refuses to move. After a tussle with a construction worker over Carl's broken mailbox, the court orders Carl to move into Shady Oaks Retirement Home. Carl comes up with a scheme to keep his promise to Ellie, and uses his old professional supplies to create a makeshift airship using tens of thousands of helium balloons which lift his house off its foundations. Russell, a Wilderness Explorer trying to earn his final merit badge for "Assisting the Elderly", has stowed away on the porch after being sent on a literal snipe hunt by Carl the day before.

Along the way Carl and Russell meet up Kevin a large, flightless tropical bird. Russell impulsively gives the bird a male name, only later learning that Kevin is female. They also meet up Dug, a talking golden retriever[17] with a collar that translates his thoughts into comical-sounding languages (when Russell plays with the collar), and is the odd duck out of a pack of dogs with similar collars.

Now when Arron and myself went to the cinema we decided to see it in 3D which I explain about why it was let down in a bit.

Anyway I loved the story of this film, it was heartwarming and at times I nearly cried especially with the opening when Ellie passed away and when they lost Kevin at one point. Pizar really know what to do with their audiences unlike a lot of film companies when it comes to character, story and situations that could be believable to people. I tip my hat to them.

On the let down points was the 3D, I felt there wasnt enough 3D to make it really good. The glasses were got were good but the way the 3D was done was a real let down.

It was still a brilliant film overall onto the final scores

Final Ratings
Film - 5/5
3D - 2/5 - bit of a let down
Overall - 4/5 - being generous because the film was brilliant

Here's a trailer to the film UP

Here's also a clip when Carl and Russell meet Dug for the first time

Thats my review done hope you like the film as well.

The Videos Of The Day is a song by Finger Eleven called One Thing one of the videos is the original and the other is cover done by a youtuber called scottmc127

OK Thats today entry, hope you have a great day


Friday, October 09, 2009

October 9th: Hot Fuzz Film Review

Hey Guys

This is the 9th entry of Blog Every Day October (BEDO) and I wanted to do a film review as one of my entries at least and today I have chosen a classic film to review and its called "Hot Fuzz"

The film is about Top PC Nicholas Angel (Simon Pegg) is transferred from the busy streets of London to the quiet village of Sandford. Angel struggles with Sandford being so high on accidents and so down on murders and having an oafish partner Danny (Nick Frost). He finds out that there were a lot of murders going on in the town, the real action kicks in and gets a lot of laughs along the way.

This is one of my favourite films of 2007. It is written by the brillant Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright who work brilliantly as a team. I have always loved the chemistry of Pegg and Frost ever since Spaced which was a fantastic sitcom which I go back to watch every now and then.

It does have a really strong cast that help to support their roles Jim Broadbent, Timothy Dalton, Rafe Spall (Who I used to go to primary school with), Paddy Considine, Olivia Colman, Bill Bailey and everyone esle from the cast. It does feature some cameos from Steve Coogan, Martin Freeman and Bill Nighy who play the London Metropolitan Police Service.

The jokes and timing of them were spot on that they hit the correct points which I see in a lot of comedy films they fail to do that and Im glad that Pegg made the transition from TV to film brilliantly, which I think he has done a better job than Gervais.

The only problem I had Hot Fuzz is that it goes go over the top at times and at times it was a bit graphic some of the violence but if you think about it. Its a comedy film not to be taken seriously like a lot of the action American films. I heard the police complained about Hot Fuzz which I find wrong and I thought they would see the funny side but I was wrong shame.

Overall its a brilliant film you should buy on DVD and its coming out on Blu-Ray soon in the UK, I dont know about the US and the rest of the world.

Overall I give Hot Fuzz 4.75 out of 5

Now onto my video of the day I have decided to put an Angry Video Game Nerd video as mine because I really like his videos of reviewing past computer games now Im going to include his latest video which is the first part look into the Castlevania games

Thats it for now guys

Be back tomorrow


Thursday, October 08, 2009

October 8th: National Poetry Day and Update on the Barry Aldridge T-Shirt

Hey Guys

Welcome to the 8th entry of Blog Every Day October (BEDO) today I am going to be talking about National Poetry Day and why I love Poetry and why I reckon Rap/Hip-Hop has a connection with Poetry using Rappers like 2Pac and Eminem for example.

But first of all another update on the Barry Aldridge T-Shirt good news is that NSG had finally got an e-mail from the T-shirt company which is excellent but the bad news is we cant sell the t-shirts for a tenner like NSG's Bear Attack ones.

So the price planning for the Barry Aldridge "Real Name No Gimmicks" T-Shirt follows

- UK £15
- International £17

I got a paypal thing setup in my blogger but dont click on buying yet PLEASE Im just testing it ready when I get the T-shirt ready to sell. So dont buy yet until there is either A) A video promoting the T-shirt or B) A blog post promoting the T-shirts.

Today is National Poetry Day

The National Poetry Day Website

I was always interested in poetry since my GCSE days when taking English GCSEs, I remember reading Seamus Heaney who is one of my favourite poetry writers. I love how each line ends with a word to rhymes with the previous line the only way you can not make them rhyme is the third line to the fourth I think. If anyone knows why or If I got it wrong please comment before.

There is a lot to discuss on Poetry from Wikipedia as it deals with different types from different cultures

Poetry Wikipedia Link

Now my favourite type of poetry isnt from books or short poem books but it deals more Hip Hop/Rap, now I know a lot of Rap does have violent content and treats women unfairly which I dont like but I prefer Raps with a lot more heart to it and deals with other things going on in the world

Now 2Pac Shakur is an MC that closely follows with raps of poetry

According to BVMUndergroundHipHop page describing 2Pac Shakur

"Tupac Amaru Shakur (June 16, 1971 September 13, 1996), also known by his stage names 2Pac and Makaveli, was an American rapper. In addition to his status as a top-selling recording artist, Shakur was a promising actor and a social activist. Most of Shakur's songs are about growing up amid violence and hardship in ghettos, racism, problems in society and conflicts with other rappers. Shakur's work is known for advocating political, economic, social and racial equality, as well as his raw descriptions of violence, drug and alcohol abuse and conflicts with the law."

2Pac in my opinion was a very strong rapper that believed that people should be helped that strongly included his own race. I loved a lot of his raps and consider him one of the best rappers of all time.

I remember a couple of his songs as being strong with poetry themes in them.

Dear Mama

Got to Keep Ya Head Up

He had a really voice to the streets and felt he had strong backing but he even realised that aint true. When he thought that Bad Boys Biggie Smalls and P. Diddy were behind his shooting in 1994. So 2Pac had decided to go after some East Coast MCs in a song which in my opinion is the most vicious diss record of all time.

Hit 'Em Up (Feat. Outlawz) - (Diss to several East Coast Rappers)

In the end his life was taken away six days after a shooting after a Mike Tyson fight in Las Vegas

I do wish 2Pac was alive but life goes on, I think he would be really happy to see Barack Obama being President of the United States.

The second MC that I believe that has great poetry within his raps is an Independent artist Felipe Andres Coronel better known as his stage name Immortal Technique.

Immortal Technique is a rapper and a political activist, he has turned down many deals including from Sony and Def Jam Records, so then he has control of his own production. He has stated that the record companies are more likely to make profits than the artists if signed to a major deal.

To me Immortal Technique has a really powerful voice to speak his mind and never shys from any subjects, I remember a song he did of "Revolutionary Volume 2" called "You Never Know" about Immortal Technique laments a missed opportunity at love as well as huge tragedy which he experienced personally, its a really sad song and very different to other relationship songs I have heard.

Immortal Technique Feat Jean Grae - You Never Know (Just listen to the song)

Immortal Technique is another favourite MC of mine and always kept it real.

For Video Of The Day I am going to choose 3 videos from 3 different MCs

First of all comes from my favourite Independent MC Immortal Technique who did this song called "One". I listen to the lyrics really closely on this song

The second video is one of my favourite 2Pac songs that was commerical and its called Changes

The third and final video is from Eminem and one of my favourite songs of his since Stan and its called Beautiful

Thats it for now

Be back tomorrow