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- Me, Myself, and I
- Hey finaly Razorlight can be left alone thanks to all you that complaind!
Band Members: Johnny Borrell (Vox, Guitar) Björn Ågren (Guitar) Carl Dalemo (Bass) Andy Burrows (Drums)
Razorlight Rule!!! lol
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I am johnny, I sing and write songs for razorlight. I also play guitar and run around a lot on stage. I grew up in muswell hill in north london, so did ray davies from the kinks, he is one of my heroes. He once asked me to sing with him, which made me happy. Currently I'm between places to live so I'm searching for a house, but I'll always stay in north london as long as I'm in england, even if it means that most of my friends are arsenal fans. I love new york city, you can do whatever you like there. When I'm there I like boxing, eating sushi, jogging in central park, getting drunk at night and playing speed chess in washington square. when I am tired I remind myself that 'la vie peut etre triste mais elle est toujours belle.'
In late 2002, Björn was living in a two-bedroom flat in Camden, with 12 other Swedes and selling jeans to tourists on Carnaby Street. He was the only person in London who answered Johnny's ad in the new music express - "guitarist wanted, no pentatonics." He grew up in an isolated house in the Swedish countryside playing guitar and talking to birds. After chucking his first guitar out of a second-storey window, he got himself an SG and crossed the north sea to London, under the spiritual tutelage of Johnny Marr, Steve Jones, Bob Quine and Josh Homme. Avoiding cliches at every turn, Björn is one of the most original lead guitarists around today.
This face belongs to Carl and that's me. I play bass in this band. I emigrated from the clean and crispy cold north (Sweden) to dirty old London Town with all its decadence and pubs about four years ago. There I found Razorlight and I had to take a break from my normal life as keeper of peace and quiet and embrace the gutters of Camden and Soho and Seven Sisters and whatnot.
Everybody has to do it at least once and if you can handle it you're sorted - ish. If nothing else its great fun! Johnny was a great teacher and Björn was my lifeline back to the old country. It sort of feels like I lost my identity a bit on the way though cause I can't really see myself moving back to Sweden not yet at least I do agree with Johnny that New York City is a damn great place maybe the best in the world but live in America? Hmm enough about that enjoy this page and write more messages it's amazing to see that people from all over the world come here and leave us little notes Cheers everybody!
The young Andy Burrows brought himself a jugs blaster kit at the age of nine with the money saved from his paper round in his home town of Winchester. His early heroes were Ringo Starr, Ricky Lawson and Chris Witten. His first break was in the Hampshire youth brass band where he shocked everyone with his ability on tracks such as drummer's delight and men of harlech. His teenage years found him driving up and down the M3 to London and back with User, Moja, Stag and the Fabulous Rockmen. His drumming is solid, ferocious, natural and powerful.
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