Today Terminus reveal their favourite books and tell us what they think is the most romantic song ever.
The History of Noel by Noel is not available from all good book shops.
Here are a few great quotes from Good Omens;
“All tapes left in a car for more than about a fortnight metamorphose into Best of Queen albums.”
“The really important thing to be was yourself, just as hard as you could.”
“Anyway, if you stopped tellin’ people it’s all sorted out after they’re dead, they might try sorting it all out while they’re alive.”
If music is the food of love*, Terminus lay on an amorous buffet at every gig. I quizzed them on what they think the most romantic song is.
Steve thinks that Jackyl’s She Loves My Cock is the most romantic song ever. This is a nice choice, who wouldn’t want to be serenaded by this?
Noel’s choice is Mel C’s Be the one. Solo spice-tastic!
John’s is Joe Bonamassa and Beth Hart’s I’ll take care of you.
Dean’s is Enuff Z’Nuff’s Strength.
Liam’s is Metallica’s Nothing Else Matters.
*It isn’t, but people say it is and it’s one of those Shakespeare phrases that requires explanation. Basically, a chap called Duke Orsino from Twelfth Night said “If music be the food of love, play on!” because he really fancied someone called Olivia who had given up men for seven years. Duke Orsino wanted to get full up of music so he’d stop wanting love and stop fancying Olivia**. However, this didn’t happen, no matter how much music he listened to he still wanted love and so music is not the food of love but people keep saying it is.
**If I was Shakespeare I’d have made a joke about Olivia sounding like Olivio, the vegetable fat product that spreads easily, because Olivia has given up men so is not spreading (her legs) at all. But now they’ve changed the name to Bertolli.