Andrew Lloyd Webber


I’d like to nominate that eerie looking frog faced gaping cunt Andrew Lloyd Webber for infesting the west end with his shite, ponsy musicals and for those cunty reality tv ‘find the next starring cunt for Joseph’s Technicuntor Cuntcoat’ talent shows with all those soulless looking, preening attention whore cunts dancing and singing like a bunch of cunts.

Nominated by : Redvers Whitehead

3 thoughts on “Andrew Lloyd Webber

  1. I loved the bit where he wrote an entire musical on his keyboard at home and then it crashed. The cunt didn’t back it up and he had to start again.

    Still, he’s better than Benjamin Britten. The only good thing you can say about Britten is that the cunt is dead, so we don’t have to be subjected to any more of his cacophonistic shite.

    The man was hailed as the greatest composer of the 20th century. Bollocks he was. That’s a bit like saying Damien Hirst or Tracey Emin are great artists. His ‘operas’ were shite. Crap story lines and total lack of melody. You’d get a better melody by banging together a couple of dustbin lids.

    And the cunt is hero worshipped. Why? ‘cos he was a poof ahead of his time? Wasn’t it illegal in those days? Shouldn’t he have got a prison sentence rather than a gong?

    Take my advise – don’t go to Aldeburgh this year. It’s the centenary of his birth and there going to be a series of events to commemorate the event. If you’re not sure where that is just follow the sound of clashing dustbin lids.

    Not Mozart. Not Verdi. Not talented. Just the best we had – which doesn’t say much for the rest of the cunts. Cream of the crap. Cunt of musical cunts. Talentless, poofta cunt!

  2. I remember old Benji Britten up the West End on adventures doncha know. Loved his little boys – quite a few scandals there but it was all hushed up. Loved alliteration – Peter Pears, paedophile porn – that kind of thing.

  3. I agree Sir Limply – and have scheduled a post based on STM’s above comment. I have tried desperately to listen to his music and find Britten totally without any redeeming factors whatsoever.

    I prefer ALW – at least Phantom of the Opera had a few good tunes in it. You can’t say that about Peter Herring or Grimes…

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