Monday, 8 December 2008

Zero: Wicked Night at the Karaoke

Just got my hands on the following excellent images that capture the wonderful madness of our night out on the 28th November 2008, to celebrate the end of Zero.

Before you peruse them, I must say that Karaoke is more fun than I ever thought it would be and we had such a good time that it all got a little bit emotional; as we bonded together, singing at the top of our voices (fuck the microphone), humans joined in song and having a right bloody laugh.

I think the pictures capture the feel of that awesome night...

Me, crooning like a skinhead Sinatra although I think it's to a Rolling Stones song...

Adeel , pissed, living the dream and making the sign of the devil

Me again, lost in music, no turning back

Damian, with Adeel and Jo as supporting groovers

One of my favourites as Kate and Stephen look like cute rodents having a boogie

My second favourite as you can nearly see the sounds moving through us like wine...

Damian and Kate are stunned by my use of the mic as pointing stick, slight Bruce Forsyth feel

Men embracing, Kate looks left out but she got some man cuddles just after this pic was taken

Damian, deep within the soundscape, goes to another place in his mind and that place is made of funk

Aiden sits and laughs, while Nat, Adeel and Kate use two microphones to convey twice the feeling

Kate is so happy in this photo as she has just discovered they have all of Take That's back catalogue

Adeel, overwhelemed not only by Aiden's shirt but also the sheer brilliance of the evening, salutes us all the only way he knows how

4 comments:

  1. That's hilarious.

    You doing karaoke, makes it cool again.

    O-K-L-A-H-O-M-A Oklahomaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!

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  2. Looks like fun, pics are great and well done YOUS!! Karaoke is HILARIOUS...and who gives a shit if it's perceived cheesy..it does bring belly laughs for sure..

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