Awful nice, Really quite paradise...
Des de Moor and Russell Churney have released a CD album of their highly successful two-man show, Darkness and Disgrace. This is a 22-song record of their brilliant interpretation of the songs of David Bowie, that I have already given much deserved space to on these very pages.
The CD doesn't include any of the dialogue from the show, and though it makes for a slightly less coherent presentation, it's still a wonderful collection just the same.
To celebrate the release, the boys will be performing a one-off "special edition" of Darkness and Disgrace at the Retro Bar in London on Tuesday 16th December. Go
You can purchase Darkness and Disgrace online at places like Amazon, and at 50p a track, it's honestly well worth the eleven quid they're charging. We'll also be running a competition to win copies of the CD shortly.
By the way, I hope I'm not the first to point this out, Des, but please don't look at the back cover in anger, (groan) as I've noticed your designer has left out track five! Anyway, don't let that put you off kidz, it's a truly lovely listening experience that you must go and purchase now... for a brief taster, (that doesn't really do the depth of the CD any justice) you can listen to mp3s of Lady Stardust and The Man Who Sold The World by going