I've had jalapenos on my pizza and ghost chilli wings, I apologise to the toilet and my guts in advance
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Time to unload. 2016 has been weird. Some massive highs and some really shit lows for a lot of us.

I'll start with the general shitness. The dreadful terrorist attacks that continued from the back end of 2015. The countless iconic deaths of people that inspired generations, it was a freakish amount this year. I'd say Brexit and trump. But what's worse...
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The microwave just set fire to my last bag of popcorn. No popcorn for makky
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So loads of people have done a top 20, After listening to about 90 releases this year I've decided 20 isn't enough. 2016 has produced a lot of fantastic releases all year round. While my top 3 are a certainty, I found it hard to place the following albums in a specific order, so here are my 50 favourite releases of 2016.

Faintest...
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It's been a busy time since I last signed in. Had the craziest Christmas party in Denmark. Or Julefrokost as they call it. People tried to cut a giant ham with a sword when drunk. Still not sure I'll ever get used to Schnapps. I was told I was the most popular Rockfreaks.net writer for 2016 based on average hits, and my...
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Thoughts of the day. How do people go more than a couple of days without an orgasm without going mad? I've not come since Sunday and I'm dying here.

chef:
I agree. More than fortyeight  hours and I'm a crazy chick. 
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so I've just found out that Losing Streak by Less Than Jake turned 20 Today (Yesterday depending where in the world you are). I love that album so much and that made me feel so old haha. Definitely given that album a spin to celebrate, along with an impromptu review that I'm yet to post up

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Wotsit Called Fest 2016 – Faintest Idea, Revenge of the Psychotronic Man, Nosebleed, Matilda’s Scoundrels, Bono, No Ta, The Barracks

Wotsit Called Fest follows the growing trend of Hastings punk shows with large lineups; much like Hastings Punk Fest has over the last couple of years. Toxic Wotsit promotions, run by a couple of members in Matilda’s Scoundrels, had the brilliant idea of bringing
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