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Mensaje por Telekon Dom 30 Dic 2012 - 16:23

salvando las distancias abismales de años luz entre ambos, el otro dia estuve escuchando temas de miguel y me gustaron, tambien vi el especial de nochebuena y oye ni tan mal

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Mensaje por Goletti Dom 30 Dic 2012 - 16:27

Poner aqui el gif del chaval que se vuela la cabeza. O el del abuelo simpson entrando y saliendo, o si hay alguno que ilustre el fin de los días, ese.

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Mensaje por Maniac is out Dom 30 Dic 2012 - 16:28

Y La Guardia nuestros Lynyrd Skynyrd...
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Mensaje por Sugar Bug Dom 30 Dic 2012 - 16:29

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Mensaje por Resurrection Dom 30 Dic 2012 - 16:36

Hoy es día 30 de diciembre, no el 28.
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Mensaje por Telekon Dom 30 Dic 2012 - 16:37

jajajajaja

es bowie pero en cutre cañi

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Mensaje por helterstalker Dom 30 Dic 2012 - 16:47

Ouh yeah, Miguel Bosé patea y peta culos
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Mensaje por Lorenzombie Dom 30 Dic 2012 - 16:49

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Mensaje por Javier Maroto Dom 30 Dic 2012 - 16:51

La época de Bandido y Sevilla es imitación total ( casposa y cutre, pero imitación ) del Bowie de los 80.
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Mensaje por Gora Rock Dom 30 Dic 2012 - 16:52

@Goletti escribió:Poner aqui el gif del chaval que se vuela la cabeza. O el del abuelo simpson entrando y saliendo, o si hay alguno que ilustre el fin de los días, ese.

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Mensaje por Zeppo Dom 30 Dic 2012 - 17:48

Se nota que tiene que ser fan del duque.. cyclops
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Mensaje por jackinthebox Dom 30 Dic 2012 - 17:50

Es Miguel Bose nuestro David Bowie? Hunky-dory

Es Miguel Bose nuestro David Bowie? Goya+Awards+2010+Photocall+RspsvrQAP30l

A quien se parece David Bowie es a Bimba Bosé, no a Miguel...
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Mensaje por Zeppo Dom 30 Dic 2012 - 17:52

@jackinthebox escribió:Es Miguel Bose nuestro David Bowie? Hunky-dory

Es Miguel Bose nuestro David Bowie? Goya+Awards+2010+Photocall+RspsvrQAP30l

A quien se parece David Bowie es a Bimba Bosé, no a Miguel...

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Mensaje por red ryder Dom 30 Dic 2012 - 17:54

Estas de coña supongo. En otros paises lapidan por menos.
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Mensaje por Zarpas Dom 30 Dic 2012 - 20:12

me parece una comparacion intolerable, menuda falta de respeto para el puto Bowie.. "rey de los goblins, rey de los goblins, si estas por aqui, llevate al Bosé lejos de aqui.."
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Mensaje por Hank Dom 30 Dic 2012 - 20:15

@Goletti escribió:Poner aqui el gif del chaval que se vuela la cabeza. O el del abuelo simpson entrando y saliendo, o si hay alguno que ilustre el fin de los días, ese.


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y eso que no soy fan de Bowie !!

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Mensaje por Eric Sachs Dom 30 Dic 2012 - 20:27

Las Autoridades competentes les recuerdan que no todas las setas que hay en el bosque son comestibles de manera inocua.
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Mensaje por eldritch Dom 30 Dic 2012 - 20:30

No. Bowie es el Bosé inglés.
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Es Miguel Bose nuestro David Bowie? DXZMy
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http://www.forocoches.com/foro/showthread.php?t=2914512

ya ni troleamos con cariño...
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Mensaje por R'as Kal Bhul Dom 30 Dic 2012 - 20:46

Bosé.... He tenido la desgracia de oir parte de su último disco en la sección de música de el Corte Ingles y puedo decir que es una de la mayores mierdas que un ser humano puede escuchar... Intolerable. Y ya no hablo de su versión de la sintonía de "Cuentame" porque me pongo a llorar de los nervios.
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Mensaje por SISTER-MORPHINE Dom 30 Dic 2012 - 21:01

@Telekon escribió:salvando las distancias abismales de años luz entre ambos, el otro dia estuve escuchando temas de miguel y me gustaron, tambien vi el especial de nochebuena y oye ni tan mal

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@ZoSo escribió:
@Telekon escribió:salvando las distancias abismales de años luz entre ambos, el otro dia estuve escuchando temas de miguel y me gustaron, tambien vi el especial de nochebuena y oye ni tan mal

Es Miguel Bose nuestro David Bowie? IbdlqcKCWJKpA3

A Bosé que le den por culo, sólo quiero saber si es gif es un fake o no Very Happy
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Topics como este le alegran a uno el día. Very Happy
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Y Serrat es nuestro Dylan.. Cool
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Mensaje por red_mosquito Dom 30 Dic 2012 - 21:53

Yo también tuve la desgracia de ver un rato el especial de nochevieja ese y lo que más me llamó la atención es que Miguel Bosé de muy chungo. Aparte de unos problemas de movilidad más que evidentes tiene una barriga muy extraña. De ahí que sea uno de mis candidatos a la defunción en el año 2013.

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Mensaje por Eloy Dom 30 Dic 2012 - 21:54

La única comparación que admite Miguel Bosé -ayer, hoy y siempre- es con un excremento de ñu secándose al sol de la sabana, reseco, retorcido e infestado de moscas, hormigas y otros insectos.
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@Telekon escribió:salvando las distancias abismales de años luz entre ambos, el otro dia estuve escuchando temas de miguel y me gustaron, tambien vi el especial de nochebuena y oye ni tan mal

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@jackinthebox escribió:Es Miguel Bose nuestro David Bowie? Hunky-dory

Es Miguel Bose nuestro David Bowie? Goya+Awards+2010+Photocall+RspsvrQAP30l

A quien se parece David Bowie es a Bimba Bosé, no a Miguel...
La portada del Hunky Dory está coloreada, éste era su aspecto real entonces:

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Mensaje por celtasnake Dom 30 Dic 2012 - 22:04

@Eloy escribió:La única comparación que admite Miguel Bosé -ayer, hoy y siempre- es con un excremento de ñu secándose al sol de la sabana, reseco, retorcido e infestado de moscas, hormigas y otros insectos.

Como firme defensor de los excrementos de ñu secándose al sol de la sabana, resecos, retorcidos e infestados de moscas, hormigas y otros insectos, protesto enérgicamente ante el atropelio que se ha sometido a dichos excrementos en este mensaje.

Rechazamos y nos repugna la desfortunada y desagradable comparación, y cómo tal, exigimos una disculpa y una rectificación inmediata. Bronca :ble:
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Laughing Laughing Laughing ¡Miguel Bosé eliodertorero salió rana elioputa! Laughing
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Mensaje por freakedu Lun 31 Dic 2012 - 0:32

@Eloy escribió:La única comparación que admite Miguel Bosé -ayer, hoy y siempre- es con un excremento de ñu secándose al sol de la sabana, reseco, retorcido e infestado de moscas, hormigas y otros insectos.

Es Miguel Bose nuestro David Bowie? Rafa%20Mendez%202

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Mensaje por Zeppo Lun 31 Dic 2012 - 1:04

@dantes escribió: Laughing Laughing Laughing ¡Miguel Bosé eliodertorero salió rana elioputa! Laughing

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Mensaje por Barchi Lun 31 Dic 2012 - 8:47

El título del topic esta dentro de esa costumbre ancestral en España del tipo "Baron Rojo son nuestros Purple". Ahí se ve que pensamos que nuestros músicos sólo pueden aspirar a imitar el canon.

Dicho esto, la música de Bosé es repulsiva.
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Mensaje por Hank Lun 31 Dic 2012 - 9:01

@Barchi escribió:El título del topic esta dentro de esa costumbre ancestral en España del tipo "Baron Rojo son nuestros Purple". Ahí se ve que pensamos que nuestros músicos sólo pueden aspirar a imitar el canon.

Dicho esto, la música de Bosé es repulsiva.

es que nuestros músicos solo pueden aspirar a eso, ....... igual que la TV, etc, etc
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Mensaje por DeGuindos al Pavo Lun 31 Dic 2012 - 10:33

Miguel Bosé ES nuestro Bowie, eso es indiscutible. Otra cosa es que esté a su nivel, que, bueno, no.
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