Actually, the guardian has quite a good music side to it.
I mean, how do you think people are listening to this song? would Andrew W.K. and his record label really release it to a website unless they knew that it would fit into the target audience of the guardian?
i never said that, at least read what I said instead of taking it entirely out of context. I was just saying how he didn't really have any reason to bullshit, from what I know, he's a very down to earth dude. I also touched on how the guardian (and newspapers in general) have manipulated budding careers like Pete Doherty and Amy Winehouse to the point where those people don't even feel human and can't even go to the shops without photographers everywhere. I'm on his side =/