Clash MK II - Best Boots (and a new Appreciation!)

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Re: Clash MK II - Best Boots (and a new Appreciation!)

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dave202 wrote:
Chuck Mangione wrote:Anything over the Exploited.
I agree on the music, but when they first appeared on TOTP I was absolutely gobsmacked and thought it was an incredible comedy stunt. A year or so later I met the 'singer' (was it Wattie?) and the guitarist, and they were alright, not quite what I had expected (and I know we shouldn't have preconceptions, but... I'm only human). The big boy on guitar went on to play with Nirvana on their last gigs, proving there was talent buried within.
Wow.

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Re: Clash MK II - Best Boots (and a new Appreciation!)

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Silent Majority wrote:
dave202 wrote:
Chuck Mangione wrote:Anything over the Exploited.
I agree on the music, but when they first appeared on TOTP I was absolutely gobsmacked and thought it was an incredible comedy stunt. A year or so later I met the 'singer' (was it Wattie?) and the guitarist, and they were alright, not quite what I had expected (and I know we shouldn't have preconceptions, but... I'm only human). The big boy on guitar went on to play with Nirvana on their last gigs, proving there was talent buried within.
Wow.

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