July to November.
It has been a very busy few months. Here's some pictures from them.
As earlier, the Atomium, in Brussels. Which is a fascinating and beautiful place.
And here's another angle in the Atomium
And my favourite t-shirt.
And here's Robots. Shall we rename it the Robotium?
Here's Ned's Atomic Dustbin in London. I had an operation in September, and thus, was not near the excitable part of the crowd due to injury.
I saw Andy Cairns, of Therapy? That was excellent.
I saw Peter Hook, formerly of New Order. I enjoyed it, but well, I can tell why he wasn't the singer.
This is how I roll. Rock. And Sausage Rolls.
Radio Wall Of Sound. 24 Hours Of Power.
PUT THE FUCKING CAMERA DOWN AND ENJOY THE SHOW!
I went to see Underworld. Which was one of the best shows I have ever seen.
Outside The Barbican, with a beard, after having a tooth removed, after having a mouth infection and an abscess.
And a detail from a short visit to the BBC headquarters.
And here is a fabulous band, called ArtMagic, performing their only show of the year, in Hoxton.
And my boys with their hero.
At the Natural History Museum, so many people have put their fingers on this country, it has been wiped away.
Me and the elder statesmen.
And this is The Needles, with the best lighthouse in the world. Look at that.
I'm on the phone.
Holy moly, I'm on a cable car dangling a few hundred feet over the sea.
And this is me and him, a month later, on the Isle Of Wight.
On some old fashioned rolling stock, that was last seen on the mainland in the 1930's
Damon Albarn at the Royal Albert Hall.
Carter USM, the final comedown, 1987 - 2014, Brixton.
Hello, good evening, welcome, and goodbye.