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Bonds 1981 - Metallic siding? https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/proxy/I9SQEHVFt1FyCABJpeqRy3fNrNm73KHpY7nC68O8BjaGX-tg9xFzjghRvTtoULZL27XqvbZIRxuwR9ZBzTXMNUsIgfpGAN2JnDik5L__-D8GOm_Y-AJrcyrR It's the corrugated iron mentioned in Let's Go Crazy. Shortly before it left the band to pursue a solo caree...
https://images3.penguinrandomhouse.com/cover/9781101631027 It took seven weeks, but I finished listening to Rick Perlstein's Reaganland this morning. Taking all four volumes together, it's an impressive achievement on his part, tho I probably was most engrossed by the last two. Reaganland is rich i...
- 19 Nov 2020, 1:52pm
- Forum: Groovy Times
- Topic: The Mark Trail Thread of Punching Justice and Smug Life Lessons
- Replies: 691
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Ship is a very common term. So much so that as far as I know, in the hundreds and thousands of words posted here, no one has ever used it in that sense. Common to a certain demo, sure, but not common common. People here are older and crankier. I have a friend who works in a warehouse and she ships ...
Brilliant work chaps, I think we're nearly there. :approve: Definitely close mate. I cant wait to hear yours and Sebs version. It's a brilliant track and I think it would've been a classic if Mick had taken it further than a demo. Well I laid a vocal down last night but I'll have to do it again now...
88) Magic and Superstition in Europe: A Concise History from Antiquity to the Present - Michael D. Bailey. Audiobook. 2007. A dry take on the subject matter, useful and informative but never really enjoyable. Have you considered that perhaps someone placed a hex on you, preventing you from enjoying...
88) Magic and Superstition in Europe: A Concise History from Antiquity to the Present - Michael D. Bailey. Audiobook. 2007. A dry take on the subject matter, useful and informative but never really enjoyable.
- 18 Nov 2020, 5:42am
- Forum: The Ultimate Beatles Poll 2020
- Topic: Help! - Side B - Round 5
- Replies: 19
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My brain kept playing The Velvet Underground's What Goes On, but with Ringo Starr vocals when I was reading the above, then I remembered how the Beatles What Goes On actually went.
- 17 Nov 2020, 4:10pm
- Forum: Capital Radio
- Topic: The Mighty Musical Observations Thread
- Replies: 15190
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It Didn't Matter is also pretty dreadful. I remember buying the album that was on—I think I had everything by the Style Council at one point because of The Jam—and playing it several times trying to figure out what I was missing. No, I wasn't missing anything at all. Confessions of a Pop Group is a...