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If you've been series The So portrait of on songwriters w "A Greek t trousers and Lionel Bart's describes a share of m one that declare rights Fr "A Greek tragedy with tighter trousers and catchier tunes," is how Lionel Bart's biographer David Stafford describes a life story with its fair share of major and minor chords, one that would see Bart eventually declared bankrupt and selling the rights to his greatest work.
11): A whole lotta pop-punk melody makes this five-member band one of the catchier queer acts around.
Firstly, for those who don't know, his real name is actually Jon Bonjiovi, but he thought that Jon Bon Jovi had a catchier ring to it.
The corporate identity gurus will have to come up with something shorter and catchier.
For those who wished Joy Division had been catchier.
The View's tunes are meatier, more honed, and catchier than anything Pete Doherty or even Razorlight's Johnny Borrell could write.
It was The Beatles who adapted the name and added the letter ``s'' to the title of their 1967 single, Strawberry Fields Forever, because it was felt it sounded catchier.
Pile on some more guitars and catchier hooks, and Band of Horses easily beat any threat of a sophomore slump.
There's a new song out at the moment by a band called Scouting for Girls that's catchier than a cold on an aeroplane, called She's So Lovely.
It's just a catchier way of grabbing your attention than saying I was in the gym the other morning when the following thoughts came to me.
They've been compared to The Libertines, with whom their sound has much in common, but The View's tunes are meatier, more honed, and just downright catchier than anything Pete Doherty or even Razorlight's Johnny Borrell could write.
SUBSTITUTIONS: United: Smeets (Devlin 90), Catchier (Marcelo 45).