57 definitions by BadLieutenant

Progressive Rock band out of the U.K., who have had many different line-ups over the years and have totally kicked ass.
Roundabout has a kickass synth solo.

Owner Of A Lonely Heart is dope.

Yes are a fucking great band.
by BadLieutenant October 26, 2004
Load of shit. these idiots should listen to Lou Reed and other artists that actually do good music that has a point, not some shitty little quartet of pubescent idiots wailing about insignificant crap.
i've heard just about every song by sum 41. and they are all shit.
by BadLieutenant October 14, 2004
Nation in North America that produced some of the most awesome things known to the world, including the progressive rock wizards Rush, maple syrup, and hockey.
Canada is great. the US hates them for the most stupid reasons.
by BadLieutenant November 20, 2004
If someone is inbred they are the result of an incestuous relationship.
Cleetus' mother and father are also brother and sister. sick, huh?
by BadLieutenant August 17, 2004
He may be homosexual, he may have been charged with an act of lewdness, but the man's musical talent shoots all of the negativity down in flames.
He is an amazing songwriter and singer, he done such great pieces of music, particularly in his solo career, and he remains one of the most influential figures in Britsh music today.
Great songs include 'As', the duet he did with Mary J. Blige, 'Fast Love', 'Outside' and many more.
by BadLieutenant September 28, 2004
A fantastic British rock band comprised of Roger Daultrey (Vocals), Peter Townshend (Guitarist), Keith Moon (Drums), and John Entwistle (Keyboard). Began in the early 1960's, and are still doing performances now, only with a different line-up (Moon and Entwistle both died in drug-related incidences).
Great tracks include 'Baba O'Riley', 'Won't Get Fooled Again', 'My Generation', 'I Can See For Miles' 'I Can't Explain' and many more.
by BadLieutenant September 03, 2004
Brilliant, and at times surreal comedy that ran on BBC2 from 1981-82. The characters were Rick (Rik Mayall), an irritating sociology student and Marxist that nobody liked, Neil (Nigel Planer) a depressed hippy who did all the work around the house, Vyvyan (Adrian Edmondson)a violent and aggressive medical student and punk fan, and Mike ( Christopher Ryan) a suave, narcissistic Cockney with an eye for the ladies. Alexei Sayle also appeared in each episode as different members of the Balowski family, and the shows creator Ben Elton made numerous apperances. Fantastic, if you get a chance to watch it, do.
There will never be another programme like the Young Ones.
by BadLieutenant August 11, 2004

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