Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Harriet



On foggy London Wednesdays when he otherwise lacks inspiration, the blogger reserves the right to default to Harriet.

(I wanted to post the video to this, but they've done that 'embedding disabled by request' thing; how very annoying).

The Sundays - 'Love' (1992)

17 comments:

  1. *sigh*
    Didn't they appear in the Mary Whitehouse titles?
    *sigh*

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  2. You're right, they wrote the theme tune didn't they? I'd forgotten that. Oh those heady days when jangly indie pop and studenty comedy were as one...

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  3. How many Harriets is that then so far? There's filler and then there's filler!

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  4. Only the second, actually.

    Sheesh.

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  5. Not like you're obsessed or anything.

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  6. A pedant writes: it was actually the spin-off series Newman & Baddiel In Pieces wot ver Sundays done the theme tune for. The Mary Whitehouse Experience music was Jack To The Sound Of The Underground by late-80s Dutch aciiied types Hithouse (with an added: "oo-wee you bugger" thrown in for good measure).

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  7. I like the direction these posts have taken lately. Or shall I say, their accompanying visuals...

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  8. ...and you already on HR's radar...

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  9. you boys and your indie sirens i don't know. does she not own a hairbrush ? or an iron ? shocking.

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  10. Sorry Miss, promise to do better Miss x

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  11. And so you should, Dave!

    And thank you - if only for making me look for the track and realise I hadn't uploaded the album...

    Word verification is 'duncess'. Says it all...
    Mx

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  12. Sheesh. Get that album iPo'd Mart!

    'Duncess' - a dark duchess of our indie imaginings...x

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  13. Davy...I refuse to believe that you ever lack inspiration.

    this series of posts is grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrreeeeeeaaaaaattttttt. (down tiger, down)

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  14. Davy, copy the youtube URL, go to www.keepvid.com, download the clip and then upload to whichever file share site you use.

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  15. Oo-er. Top Tecchie Tips from Fades In Slowly!

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