Friday, June 18, 2010

This Is England



Almost posted some Algerian rai, just for the heck of it...

But have this instead, because it is brill.

Still miss you Joe.

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  1. That is rather a niece way to start the weekend. Great bass sound on that.

    Have a good one Mr H.

    re this Is England, Am I the only person in the world that thinks it's not a bad song?

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  2. I think the consensus is it's the only decent thing on Cut The Crap.

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  3. I really like his stuff with the Mescaleros mind.

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  4. I like the Mescaleros stuff as well and also the solo stuff, Earthquake Weather is magic.

    http://www.box.net/shared/kuh3yrlfmr

    Not the best of rips, will need to do again but you get theidea.

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  5. I'd forgotten all about that album: remember reading how good it was but don't have it - I'll have to track it down; you're a star.

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  6. I'll rip it again and send you the link.

    I know I'm stating the obvious but Guinness just isn't any good out of cans.

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  7. bit soggy over there at the moment.

    I'm off to the Dordogne in a fortnight en vacances can't wait.

    wv - winestri, oh yes

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  8. I nearly blubbed. It's nearly 8 years already...where did that go?

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  9. Earthquake weather and the Mescaleros stuff is great. As is This Is England. And Joe would ve been so proud of the England team's performance tonight....

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  10. Hang on, this is White Man in Hamersmith Palais... one of the high points of western civilsation

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  11. I've been to Hammersmith Palais - saw The Damned there summer '82. Tubes and buses were up the spout and came home on the paper train (delivering, not made of). 1 hours sleep than had to help out at the parents newsagents. Laying out the very same papers I'd just travelled home with.

    Sorry I seem to have drifted.

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  12. It was a good drift Mond...

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  13. My parents met at the Hammy Palais. I saw lots of concerts there too, great venue.

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