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James Blunt Calls Out Damon Albarn


we all go hand in hand through our Parklife…

The problem with James Blunt isn’t that he is upper, middle, or working (can you whisper LOWER) class but that he sucks.  “You’re beautiful” may well be the most annoying song on earth, it drove me crazy for around a year. And last years Moon landing album would’ve been just as bad except it didn’t sell anything so we didn’t have to hear it.

Plus he looks like a weasel. He looks like he should be playing Captain America instead of the equally weaseling separated at birth Chris Evans.

So I have nothing all that positive to say about the heartfelt thickie except he has Damon Albarn’s number.

Here is what Blunt had to say about Albarn (who, if memory serves, was going bald a couple of years ago… what happened?) to the Sun: “I was just the only one who didn’t hide my accent. I mean, come on, Damon Albarn, he’s right up there. He’s got an orchard full of plums in his mouth and a silver spoon stuck up his arse.”

There is one thing certain, Damon has always been a kidder, aint he? Never quite what he appears to be, never quite as smart as he thinks he is, never quite the popular pleaser and always hitting a fence and still, all these years later, he never got much better than “Popscene”. according to NME: “Raised in Leytonstone, east London and around Colchester, Essex, Albarn attended  Stanway Comprehensive School, where he met Graham Coxon and eventually formed  Blur.”

PS, if Damon and James were to wrestle? James would beat his arse off.

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