We had our honeymoon in Thailand 12 years ago.
Going back because it was opportunistic and also because all the traveling we do (around 4 o 5 overseas trips annually) are either work related or pretty fast paced taking in the sights etc.
Since we've been to Phuket before we're hoping it's forced relaxation to a degree.
Also,we're staying in the same hotel we honeymooned in, which is kinda cool.
Let me know how you found the Philippines.
Some friends and I celebrate major birthdays with an OS trip which is next year.
One of them is trying for vegas. I complained that he'd want a week there. He came back with "nah, a long weekend is enough"
He missed the point. I wouldn't fly to LA for a week, let along a long weekend, so I'm looking for alternates.
Haha, I was going to put a thread up for that album tomorrow, when I have time to sit down and put some ratings on it. But I agree, sounded great. Probably the best modern rock album I've heard this year. Loved my first few listens of it - some really, really catchy/melodic choruses.
There's a lot of bands who do this ADTR type of sound, and some are average but occasionally some do stand out from the pack. I was pleasantly surprised when I heard the Sink The Ship album. If I remember right, the first track is all balls to the wall and I was worried it was just going to be another pass. But a a few more clean vocals and big hooks later, and I was totally sold on it. Good stuff.
I think this 'Everything' song was up at the top of my faves.
it's really nice and my favourite would be Sakura Blues
After hearing this I checked out their back catalogue and their early stuff doesn't do much for me but the album before this one is fantastic , better than this new one I think
I'm quite enjoying this album. Massive sound and some good, strong songs. I see that my favourite one now has a music video. Love this chorus hook;
Something so sexy about the way he says "you got me right where you w(h)ant me."
Friend, with this song, you got me right where you want me.
1 . No Good for Me
2 . Chasing Lonely
3 . Novocaine
4 . Under My Skin (acoustic)
5 . I Learned My Lesson (acoustic)
Probably not worth a thread for what is essentially a 3 track EP (with two acoustic reworks of previous songs). But I like these guys and it sounds like they're on the right track after a solid but not ground-breaking debut in 2016 called 'Thank you and goodbye.' Which did have nice songs like this on it;
And heavier stuff along these lines;