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Sylvia - Focus
No woman no cry - Bob Marley 
Parallels - Yes
Bread of Heaven - Millenium Stadium crowd
We are the Champions - Queen
Rocket Man - Elton John
Moonshadow - Cat Stevens
Speedway at Nazareth - Knopfler
Sultans of Swing - Straits
Mae hen wlad fy nhadau - Millenium Stadium crowd

Bit of licence there with 2 of them !
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Crusty Pitts - "the way we were"
Quarter pounder - "just off junction 19"
Delvin Subbons - "Grazed knee blues"
Clarp - "White briefs turned"
The Stems - "Dan's got it"
Thotch - "Bottled Love"
Tristan von Knafterberg - "Grandmother clock"
Wren O'Clio - "Mint camouflage"
Tecwyn ap Hughes - "England"
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Master of puppets - Metallica
Layla - Derek and the Dominoes
Stairway - Led Zep
Santeria - Sublime
Hotel California - Eagles
Beer - Reel Big Fish
Ghost Town - The Specials
Cowboys from Hell - Pantera
Insane in the Membrane - Cypress Hill
Hallowed by thy name - Iron Maiden


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"We're thrown to the wolves in the minds of our enemies." - unknown philosopher.
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Changes all the time like..

Today it's
-Freebird - Lynyrd Skynyrd
-Baker St - Gerry Rafferty
-Whiter Shade of Pale - Procul Harum
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Brilliant list Kid A every one a classic mun.
Being honest I aint heard of one of them.
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It plainly isnt that silly song  "The Sun had got its hat on" (1932 version) where that poor BBC Devon bloke got sacked and made ill due to a complete error when he hadnt known the "n" word was hidden in the words -sad. I also recall in the "Dam Busters" film one of the lead parts black labrador (I think) was also called "n" -there was never an intentional slur but with the passage of time and the taboo of the "n" word being mentioned in any context at all , the BBC Devon sacked him after 30 years -Clarkson ? sound like a case of the pot calling the kettle black!!!
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man of the world-fleetwood mac
heart of gold-neil young
unfinished sweet-alice cooper
all the young dudes-mott the hoople
do it again-steely dan
sweet home alabama- lynrd skynrd
don't pay the ferryman-chris de burgh
the mighty quinn-manfred man,

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Originally posted by reesytheexile reesytheexile wrote:

It plainly isnt that silly song  "The Sun had got its hat on" (1932 version) where that poor BBC Devon bloke got sacked and made ill due to a complete error when he hadnt known the "n" word was hidden in the words -sad. I also recall in the "Dam Busters" film one of the lead parts black labrador (I think) was also called "n" -there was never an intentional slur but with the passage of time and the taboo of the "n" word being mentioned in any context at all , the BBC Devon sacked him after 30 years -Clarkson ? sound like a case of the pot calling the kettle black!!!

So to speak.

Although, probably me putting up Insane in the membrane is just as dodgy but then I'm not a radio DJ. Still a great song though.
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Originally posted by reesytheexile reesytheexile wrote:

sound like a case of the pot calling the kettle black!!!
 
You're not allowed to call anyone that!! Shocked
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Clarp - "White briefs turned"

Their first record still blows my mind. I mean, a 15-minute bass solo set to the back-drop of dueling flutes is just, well, listen for yourself. 
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Originally posted by PearlJam PearlJam wrote:

Originally posted by KID A KID A wrote:


Clarp - "White briefs turned"

Their first record still blows my mind. I mean, a 15-minute bass solo set to the back-drop of dueling flutes is just, well, listen for yourself. 
have you got  a link for that?
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here there and everywhere by the beatles

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Originally posted by roy munster roy munster wrote:

Originally posted by PearlJam PearlJam wrote:

Originally posted by KID A KID A wrote:


Clarp - "White briefs turned"

Their first record still blows my mind. I mean, a 15-minute bass solo set to the back-drop of duelling flutes is just, well, listen for yourself. 
have you got  a link for that?

They were very much a band that kept out of the limelight and finding their material is neigh on impossible. I've got their first record on tape - it's so fragile I don't even look at it, let alone listen to it any more.

They shunned the spotlight, but could have been big. Bigger than Jesus (and consequently, the Beatles). Their first record was a tour-de-force; combining driving basslines with medieval string-instruments, electronic-percussion and Norse poetry sung at operatic falsettos.

But they made a big mistake by releasing their second album as a Spectrum game! Where you had to navigate crypts inside the shrunken head of a T-Rex, collecting hieroglyphs and spelling out the song titles (backwards) before each song was played back to you - in MIDI!

It tore them apart, financially and physically and they disappeared after that. Some say they went to Australia, some say they never existed. I know that's a lie because the cellist was my University lecturer! 
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I'm not making it up I actually bought that when I was a kid.
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Originally posted by solihullscarlet solihullscarlet wrote:

I'm not making it up I actually bought that when I was a kid.



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