Dark Metal Cat caught and killed a mouse this morning. I had to buy a new one from the computer shop.
My 2002 kicks off with folk black, heavy and melodic power metal.
Dark Metal Cat hadn’t been born yet. He maintains he has always existed, if not physically, then in the deepest recess of inaccessible places. He sounds like Electric Wizard.
Strangely, Black Metal Cat was playing his music at just about that exact moment. His new amp arrived on an Abnormal Load truck.
I could have used up the remaining 12% of my working brain and cut the list for 1998 to ten songs. The trouble is that many favourite songs change places quite often on anyone’s list, and I didn’t want to leave any of these out.
Dark Metal Cat says I lack self-discipline. I retort that he lacks opposable thumbs.