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Wolter wrote:
01 Jul 2020, 8:09am


Ok, the date can’t be right.
I'll defer to the experts around here, but I know he ran the 82 Paris 'athon. I thought maybe in Salecwiz (sp?)' book, he mentioned another one.
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It's 1983.
There's a tiny, tiny hopeful part of me that says you guys are running a Kaufmanesque long con on the board

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Heston wrote:
01 Jul 2020, 9:31am
It's 1983.
Yeah. I think that was a typo.
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It's just odd perspective, but his left hand looks monstrous.
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
01 Jul 2020, 10:08am
It's just odd perspective, but his left hand looks monstrous.
It wasn't built to form chords.
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Evil Darling is so fucking great.
There's a tiny, tiny hopeful part of me that says you guys are running a Kaufmanesque long con on the board

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Surprised there was only a low quality version of Evil Darling on YouTube so I uploaded it with better sound and those great lyrics added.

"she slaughtered 9 fine white chickens"

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Heston wrote:
30 Sep 2020, 8:32pm
Surprised there was only a low quality version of Evil Darling on YouTube so I uploaded it with better sound and those great lyrics added.

"she slaughtered 9 fine white chickens"

I guess some people's ears just hear things better. ;)

Yeah great track.
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Hard to believe it's been 18 years.

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Inder wrote:
23 Dec 2020, 4:43am
Hard to believe it's been 18 years.
It was around this time exactly 18 years ago I heard the news. Still a sense of disbelief.
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Lonely Mother's Son to Jail Guitar Doors isn't the only 101ers song to resurface in the Clash. Check out Keep Taking the Tablets, which, instrumentally, is pretty much a Clampdown dry run.
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Silent Majority wrote:
08 Feb 2021, 11:16am
Lonely Mother's Son to Jail Guitar Doors isn't the only 101ers song to resurface in the Clash. Check out Keep Taking the Tablets, which, instrumentally, is pretty much a Clampdown dry run.
I can hear it, good catch!
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Joe Strummer - Tales From The Immortals. Interview about Walker. Melody Maker 12-MARCH-1988

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Hello? Go ahead, man. Yeah I'd just like to say, um, lets have some music now, huh? Ok, ok...thank you.

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Walker advert NME 2-APRIL-1988
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Hello? Go ahead, man. Yeah I'd just like to say, um, lets have some music now, huh? Ok, ok...thank you.

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Joe Strummer news about Permanent Record - Melody Maker 2-APRIL-1988
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Hello? Go ahead, man. Yeah I'd just like to say, um, lets have some music now, huh? Ok, ok...thank you.

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