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Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Funny Chamillionare's Ridin Dirty Video

Im quite lazy to post blog nowadays coz I've been pretty busy lately. But anyway, just to keep this blog 'alive', Im gonna post up a funny video spoof on Chamillionaire's Ridin Dirty video by Weird Al Yankovic called White and Nerdy. I don't listen to rap songs, but this one is worth watching over and over again.

It's funny to me, but if it's not to you, blame your sense of humor. Here you go:


Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Making the band

Hmm.... I still remember being in my first ever rock band, which I formed during my secondary school era around 3 to 4 years ago. I was playing in a band called "Damage Inc." as the drummer, and I gotta tell you, I rocked like Lars Ulrich from Metallica. Haha just kidding.

Yeah, that was me during Installation Nite in secondary school (I wish)

After SPM, our band was 'dead'. But it was good while it lasted. We had fun jamming at Ice Music Studio and playing for the schools' Installation Nite.
Anyway, I would like to take this opportunity to thank my ex-band members Kochi, Dila, Zul, and Mior. You guys rock..... but I rocked harder.



This year, I got a chance to join another band. Mr. Halim, my lecturer asked some students from my class to create a theme song for a huge International Business conference called 'GLOBIZZ - Globalisation through peace' that will be held around the end of September. Initially, my current frontman Jacky Tan's song got picked for its' creativity and originality.

That's Sylvester and Ah Bird

At first, it was only Jacky playing guitar for the song, but when he decided to take the song to the next level, so me and him recruited our friends to join in and play some extra chords and plucking and of course, drums.

One of the places we practiced our song

We had time to practice the song at Jackys' house and when we're free, we went around Melaka Raya finding for studios to jam together. Seriously we are noobs. 3 years of not playing drums, and now my skills have gone from Lars Ulrich to budak kompang.

At Gecko Studios

Some kinda 'contract' we had to sign before recording

Kinda small place

So, long story short, last last week we went to Gecko Studios to record our song. Oh btw, our band name is not confirmed, and our song is entitled 'Together'.


It was quite fun being at a recording studio for the first time. One hour cost us RM60, and the entire recording process took us 3 and a half hours, so we ended up paying RM210. It wasn't much of a financial problem, since the conference is gonna sponsor us.


But the problem is... after we finish the recording, the idiot guy who did our recording came up to us and said 'the mixing of the song will cost RM600'. Mai chee bai RM600 for one fucking song!! Earlier dunno how to tell!? RM600 where got people wanna sponsor us?

Damn frust wei after the recording session. But a few days later, our smart Jacky talked to Gecko Studios and asked for sponsorship in return of advertising their studio during the conference. So in the end, RM600 settle lar, and our song is finally complete!

I will upload the song on the Internet for you all to download and listen soon. Support my new band lar, k?

P/S: I'm NOT in any of the pictures above T.T

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Damn weird clip from Swedish Idol

I normally don't watch American or Malaysian Idol because those are not my kinda music, but I really do love watching the auditions where they show a whole load of wannabes making a fool of themselves, which is very funny.

I thought watching a fat girl farted on Canadian Idol or William Hung was weird enough, but never have I seen this a retard singing 'Numa Numa' on Swedish Idol. He's a really... bloody weird guy la. I wonder if he has any friends.

Here's the video:



Saturday, September 09, 2006

Hungry ghost spotted in Kuantan!

Today I was hanging out in Mahkota Parade and I met up with one of my friend who's working in Inverno Music Station. He gave me a video that he and his friends took when they were in Kuantan during the Hungry Ghost Festival last month.

Here's the video:



Pay careful attention when the camera zooms in. You can see a white figure that looks abit like a lady lingering above the smokes from the joss-sticks, looking as if its' 'eating' the smokes. And then, it 'flied' away.

Normally, I don't believe in Hungry Ghost Festival, but this video kinda convinced me. But I DO believe that you can tape a ghost on your camera, and usually it looks blurry. Whether this video is true or not, it's up to you to judge for yourself.

What do you guys think?

P/S: Remember, you see it first on donovanlts.blogspot.com.
If you can't see it clearly, try adjusting your monitor to make it more bright. The video is damn clear on my N70.

Saturday, September 02, 2006

Rock concert @ Sepang

It's been a damn long time since I update my blog. Been kinda busy this whole week with loads of assignment, thanks to a fat geek/nerd/sohai in my project group who loves to end all her fucking SMS with 'Take care'. Damn annoying!

Anyway, last Sunday, me and my two friends Ann Gie and Adrian went to Sepang F1 Circuit to attend a so-called rock concert organized by this Malay radio station named 'Suria.FM'. The main reason I went there is to support my friend's band 'Irotori', who's performing there.

Before we reached the circuit, me and Adrian thought it might be a good idea to stop at KLIA. For what? What else! Imported products and duty-free alcohols.


I thought of stocking up with a couple bottles of Baileys' and Absolut Vanilia, but to my disappointment, you need to bring a passport along to buy alcohols. Hamade!

I love checking out the chocolate stores in KLIA. Looks like 'Disneyland of Cocolates' to me. Damn chun, but I didn't get myself anything :(

Nyam nyam

Chocolate Galaxy 2006! Heaven!

Adrian the chocolate expert

At around 8 p.m., we finally reached the F1 Circuit. Seriously that place looks dead for an expected 'happening concert'. The ticket costed us RM10 each.

The entrance

Before the 'concert' started, I managed to look around the F1 Circuit. I thought that place was suppose to be grand or special, but I guess everything looks better in the TV. I don't really feel like I'm in a circuit.

F1 merchandises sold here


Travel all the way to Sepang just to get 30% off your saman


Pay RM5 just to be in this cage and play with bunnies...WTF

I just sat back and watched some cars speeding around the circuit. Supposingly at 10 p.m., there'll be some kinda endurance race going on, but we left quite early before the stupid concert ended.

Around 8.30pm, my friend's band started playing. Their performance was damn good, but I was damn pissed that the crowd really SUCKed. Plus, there were two Malay female commentators were talking as if they are trying so hard to be cool, they SUCKed.

The crowd SUCKed...

...but the band ROCKed!

After Irotori finished their songs, we left the hell out of there, because the whole 'concert' thingie SUCKed to the max. Seriously la, if it's not going to be a good concert, next time don't fucking organize it la!

Metal wei! Like me la! Lolz

One stupid thing I saw..... this 'popular' female singer was singing while trying to mix in and be friendly with the crowd, but instaed of giving handshakes, she handed out advertorial catalogues to them. WTF? What a fucking desperate and pathetic marketing strategy, don't you think?

Singing + handing out catalogues = bitch

We reached Melaka at around 11 p.m. sumthing feeling exhausted. I damn bloody regret we went there at the first place.

CCB! I stayed at home and sleep also better!

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Coming up next: Making the band