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Fotzepolitic  
#176 Posted : 09 November 2017 13:55:30(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Debaser Go to Quoted Post

I've checked the track listing for season two and there's no NO this time around. But there is uh, Bon Jovi, Ted Nugent and Metallica. And some more Clash, along with Devo, the Police, Tangerine Dream, Pat Benatar and Psychedelic Furs. So not all bad. DJ Yoda says he isn't insprired to do a mixtape this time though.
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I can fully sympathise with him. I have watched all of series 2 and was massively disappointed with the music chosen for it, or lack of.Starts off well in episode 1 with Whip It by Devo but that's about it.Only song i really enjoyed and fitted a scene well was Time After Time by Cyndi Lauper! I won't spoil by saying which episode or scene.


I do find it hard to argue with those honest trailers.The bastards.


Series 2 (sorry, i refuse to call it "season") is good but i think i found series 1 better but maybe that's because it was all new and fresh then.Millie Bobby Brown is great again in series 2 and i took to a couple of the new characters too.

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#177 Posted : 17 November 2017 08:38:11(UTC)
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#178 Posted : 16 December 2017 14:19:33(UTC)
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Kiss Of Death on Nemone's show on 6Music last night.Yep, Kiss Of Death, not The Perfect Kiss.During interview with Erol Alkan who talked a bit about the track and about remixing New Order.Didn't he remix Singularity? Think it's on an Erol Alkan new album of his remixes.Go to around 59 minutes in on last night's Nemone's Electric Ladyland show to hear Erol Alkan talking about New Order and remixing them.

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#179 Posted : 17 December 2017 01:08:22(UTC)
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Happened to catch a bit of Pointless (BBC quiz programme) last night.
For those that don’t know, contestants have to provide answers to questions that have previously been asked to the public. The idea is to provide a correct answer, but with the fewest number of correct answers provided by the public.

Anyway, the round was on song titles that contain two or more words that are the same. These words were blanked out. For instance, one question was ‘_____ _______ Me (The Beatles)’. The answer to this one was ‘Please Please Me’.

Sitting on top of the board was ‘_______ And ________ (New Order)’.
Round And Round would’ve scored you a ‘Pointless’ answer i.e. a correct answer that none of the public had previously got right.

Obviously there were no fans of decent music in the people surveyed.
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#180 Posted : 17 December 2017 02:20:05(UTC)
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R and R isn't nearly well-known enough by the majority of the pubic - no wonder they didn't get it. I used to think the title referred to a static relationship, like The Spice Girls 'Say You Will Be There', where Emma says, 'We're going round in circles', but of course the Spice Girls' song is far better. I later read it just means the synth patterns swirl from one speaker to another.
Please Please Me was actually John Lennon's attempt to persuade his lady to give him blowy. I often use that fact to break the ice at parties. I don't get invited to parties very often. Not since my niece's second birthday.

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#181 Posted : 17 December 2017 09:05:38(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: perspexorange Go to Quoted Post
Happened to catch a bit of Pointless (BBC quiz programme) last night.
For those that don’t know, contestants have to provide answers to questions that have previously been asked to the public. The idea is to provide a correct answer, but with the fewest number of correct answers provided by the public.

Anyway, the round was on song titles that contain two or more words that are the same. These words were blanked out. For instance, one question was ‘_____ _______ Me (The Beatles)’. The answer to this one was ‘Please Please Me’.

Sitting on top of the board was ‘_______ And ________ (New Order)’.
Round And Round would’ve scored you a ‘Pointless’ answer i.e. a correct answer that none of the public had previously got right.

Obviously there were no fans of decent music in the people surveyed.


But it should an ampersand...
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#182 Posted : 20 December 2017 04:38:53(UTC)
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LWTUA at the end of U2 - With Or Without You (U2 At The BBC) sounds nice at 4:02

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=...uj7vwOEUI-gxnPLQ1o6WBTSy
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#183 Posted : 26 December 2017 13:57:58(UTC)
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I heard New Order on BBC 6 Music. "Big deal" right? But wait, this is quite good.

Soulwax did not one mix for 6 Music this Christmas but two. Both on Friday. Kinda. One was on around Midday and the other at Midnight that night (might be technically Saturday but who's counting?).
Reminds me of the Chemical Brothers mix for Lauren from 2015. Can't believe that's two years ago!!

The daytime mix is a cheesy but fun Christmas songs mix. You can listen to it HERE from about 2Hrs7Min, and when you get to 2Hrs21Min22Sec there's a snippet of everyone's favourite flexi tune: Ode To Joy. And Y'know it sounds kinda alright in snippet form here.

The less gimicky Midnight mix can be found HERE. The talking/interview starts at around 29 mins, the music starts around 36 mins. I haven't listened to all of this one but what I've heard sounds pretty good - if you like the Soulwax boys in their 2ManyDJs mode.

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#184 Posted : 26 December 2017 16:16:04(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Debaser Go to Quoted Post

The less gimicky Midnight mix can be found HERE. The talking/interview starts at around 29 mins, the music starts around 36 mins. I haven't listened to all of this one but what I've heard sounds pretty good - if you like the Soulwax boys in their 2ManyDJs mode.





Yeah i listened to all of Soulwax's mix they did for Nemone's Friday night show.Yeah it's pretty good.Will have to look up the earlier, midday one.

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#185 Posted : 29 December 2017 04:13:22(UTC)
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They were the specialist subject for one of the contestants on Celebrity Mastermind last night. I nailed all of the questions apart from one...
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#186 Posted : 29 December 2017 05:04:02(UTC)
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Yes I saw mastermind it was one of dick and Dom. Did far better than them all pretty easy. But I suppose it’s always easier at h9me than in the Black chair
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#187 Posted : 29 December 2017 10:28:26(UTC)
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Yes I saw mastermind it was one of dick and Dom.


Yes it was Dick or "Richard McCourt" as he was called on the night. I believe he was spotted at the Troxy gig back in 2011.
And this explains why Hooky had a tweet from Dick N Dom a while ago asking for a follow-back and a DM.

I get the feeling that the celebrity version of Mastermind is a bit easier than the regular one.
Those with access to BBC iplayer can watch the New Order bit at 6mins 15secs HERE.
I believe 12 questions were asked. Dick got 7, I got ten. But yeah it probably is harder when John Humphries has you in the spotlight.

For those who can't watch it, the questions were:

1) which song released in '83 is the highest selling 12" of all time?
2) In Sept 2017 NO reached a settlement with which former member?
3) Which album had the number FACT 100?
4) The PCL sleeve depicts which flowers?
5) Which Peel Session song wasn't written by NO?
6) Which 1989 album was the first by NO to top the UK album charts? (the year alone provides the answer!)
7) Which Top 5 hit has the lyric "I would like a place I can call my own, have a conversation on the telephone"?
8) Who joined the remaining members of JD to form NO?
9) At which venue did NO play their first London gig in Feb 1981?
10) Which song reached the top ten in the singles chart twice - in 1987 and (remixed) in 1994?
11) World in Motion was co-written with which English comedian?
12) In December '88 NO played the G-Mex supported by ACR and which other Factory band?
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#188 Posted : 30 December 2017 02:00:20(UTC)
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Fuck me, that was hard, especially number 8. I had no idea... Blue Monday's a real rarity too. You'd have to be pretty hard-core to know anything about that particular ditty. It was only released once and is never played live either.
I got everything except The Beach Club. You're right though: half the struggle is coping with the spotlight. I've been an amateur comedian for around 10 years and still shit myself in front of a small, supportive audience.
In a similar vein...
1. Which Mr Man is notoriously 'happy'?
a Mr Grumpy
b Little Miss Perfect
c Mr Happy
2. Which Spice Girl was known as Geri Halliwell?
a Geri Halliwell
b Mel C
c Mel B
3. How do you spell 'goat'?
a GOAT
b HGFKHGFDKHGDKM
c HGFDKHDJGSAAJFS;HGF;:JF;:F;HGFD;H:_:KHJFJGSHDAZHDGSAgstaGHD:KJG:JFK
4. Which Beatles song goes 'Let it be, let it be, let it be yeah, let it be'?
a Hey Jude
b Let it be
3 Everybody's got something to hide except for me and my monkey
5. Popular 90s rapper Betty Boo based her name on which cartoon character?
a The Flintstones
b Tom and Jerry
c Betty Boop
6. Which ex-Beatle formed 'Paul McCartney and Wings'?
a Ex-Beatle Paul McCartney (and Wings)
b George
c Ringo Starr
7. How old is a 15-year-old?
a 14
b 15
c 84706
8. Which comedy team is responsible for 'Monty Python's Flying Circus', 'Monty Python's And now for something completely different', 'Monty Python at the Hollywood Bowl', 'Monty Python And The Holy Grail', 'Monty Python's Meaning of Life', 'Monty Python's Big red Book', 'Monty Python's Brand New Papperbok' and 'The Best of Monty Python'?
a Laurel and Hardy
b Donald Trump
c Monty Python
9. Which songwritng team became known as Lennon-McCartney?
a The Spice Girls
b Lennon-McCartney
c Mick Jagger
10. Did you enjoy this quiz?
Yes

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#189 Posted : 30 December 2017 12:30:30(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Michael Monkhouse Go to Quoted Post
Fuck me, that was hard, especially number 8. I had no idea... Blue Monday's a real rarity too. You'd have to be pretty hard-core to know anything about that particular ditty. It was only released once and is never played live either.
I got everything except The Beach Club. You're right though: half the struggle is coping with the spotlight. I've been an amateur comedian for around 10 years and still shit myself in front of a small, supportive audience.
In a similar vein...
1. Which Mr Man is notoriously 'happy'?
a Mr Grumpy
b Little Miss Perfect
c Mr Happy
2. Which Spice Girl was known as Geri Halliwell?
a Geri Halliwell
b Mel C
c Mel B
3. How do you spell 'goat'?
a GOAT
b HGFKHGFDKHGDKM
c HGFDKHDJGSAAJFS;HGF;:JF;:F;HGFD;H:_:KHJFJGSHDAZHDGSAgstaGHD:KJG:JFK
4. Which Beatles song goes 'Let it be, let it be, let it be yeah, let it be'?
a Hey Jude
b Let it be
3 Everybody's got something to hide except for me and my monkey
5. Popular 90s rapper Betty Boo based her name on which cartoon character?
a The Flintstones
b Tom and Jerry
c Betty Boop
6. Which ex-Beatle formed 'Paul McCartney and Wings'?
a Ex-Beatle Paul McCartney (and Wings)
b George
c Ringo Starr
7. How old is a 15-year-old?
a 14
b 15
c 84706
8. Which comedy team is responsible for 'Monty Python's Flying Circus', 'Monty Python's And now for something completely different', 'Monty Python at the Hollywood Bowl', 'Monty Python And The Holy Grail', 'Monty Python's Meaning of Life', 'Monty Python's Big red Book', 'Monty Python's Brand New Papperbok' and 'The Best of Monty Python'?
a Laurel and Hardy
b Donald Trump
c Monty Python
9. Which songwritng team became known as Lennon-McCartney?
a The Spice Girls
b Lennon-McCartney
c Mick Jagger
10. Did you enjoy this quiz?
Yes


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#190 Posted : 30 December 2017 13:02:53(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Michael Monkhouse Go to Quoted Post

I got everything except The Beach Club.


That's not the answer to No 9. It's first London gig. Answer: Heaven.
This was one of my two wrong ones. My other one was Question 3: FACT100 (like Dick, I was one album out).
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#191 Posted : 31 December 2017 02:15:50(UTC)
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like Dick.


Not particularly.
In the heat of the moment I'd've got 2 wrong: first gig 'Hurrah' (not even the UK) and FACT 100 'Movement'. Still, I haven't been an obsessive for 20 years so it ain't bad... The others are hardly Mastermind-worthy. There are undeveloped life forms in Stoke swamps who know Blue Monday.

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Originally Posted by: Michael Monkhouse Go to Quoted Post
Fuck me, that was hard, especially number 8. I had no idea... Blue Monday's a real rarity too. You'd have to be pretty hard-core to know anything about that particular ditty. It was only released once and is never played live either.
I got everything except The Beach Club. You're right though: half the struggle is coping with the spotlight. I've been an amateur comedian for around 10 years and still shit myself in front of a small, supportive audience.
In a similar vein...
1. Which Mr Man is notoriously 'happy'?
a Mr Grumpy
b Little Miss Perfect
c Mr Happy
2. Which Spice Girl was known as Geri Halliwell?
a Geri Halliwell
b Mel C
c Mel B
3. How do you spell 'goat'?
a GOAT
b HGFKHGFDKHGDKM
c HGFDKHDJGSAAJFS;HGF;:JF;:F;HGFD;H:_:KHJFJGSHDAZHDGSAgstaGHD:KJG:JFK
4. Which Beatles song goes 'Let it be, let it be, let it be yeah, let it be'?
a Hey Jude
b Let it be
3 Everybody's got something to hide except for me and my monkey
5. Popular 90s rapper Betty Boo based her name on which cartoon character?
a The Flintstones
b Tom and Jerry
c Betty Boop
6. Which ex-Beatle formed 'Paul McCartney and Wings'?
a Ex-Beatle Paul McCartney (and Wings)
b George
c Ringo Starr
7. How old is a 15-year-old?
a 14
b 15
c 84706
8. Which comedy team is responsible for 'Monty Python's Flying Circus', 'Monty Python's And now for something completely different', 'Monty Python at the Hollywood Bowl', 'Monty Python And The Holy Grail', 'Monty Python's Meaning of Life', 'Monty Python's Big red Book', 'Monty Python's Brand New Papperbok' and 'The Best of Monty Python'?
a Laurel and Hardy
b Donald Trump
c Monty Python
9. Which songwritng team became known as Lennon-McCartney?
a The Spice Girls
b Lennon-McCartney
c Mick Jagger
10. Did you enjoy this quiz?
Yes



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c
b
c
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b
d
3
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Nice. Sounds like the 1988 version, i.e. with the extra guitar bits after the Uranium sample.
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Originally Posted by: Andy Go to Quoted Post


I wonder how many Californians have heard of Wigan.


Anyway on another subject, here's a little radio show that Stephen Morris did the playlist for tonight. Which I missed.



NTS Radio's website is HERE but at the time of writing I can't find Mr Morris' show to listen back to.

**EDIT** FOUND IT HERE and/or HERE

Steve doesn't present; Tim Noakes does. So they're just Steve's choices.

TRACKLIST:
1) Wind On Wind - Robert Fripp & Brian Eno
2) Deluxe (Immer Wieder)- Harmonia
3) Silent Shout - The Knife
4) Dream Baby Dream - Suicide (Debaser comment: Bruce Springsteen does a pretty good version of this live. No really!)
5) Timesteps - Wendy Carlos
6) Pony - Annette Peacock
7) Nasal Retentive Calliope Music - Frank Zappa
8) Ahknaten and Nerfertitti – Philip Glass
9) Hallogallo - Neu
10) Telstar - The Tornados
11) This Is the Monkey - Modified Toy Orchestra
12) Los Ninos del Parque - Lliaison Dangereuses (Debaser comment: Classic early 80's dance tune that pops up in sets by people like 2ManyDJs)
13) Electronic No 1 - Hawkwind
14) First Flight – Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith
15) Poppy Nogood and the Phantom Band - Terry Riley
16) Frank Herbert - Klaus Schulze
17) I Got a Line on You - Patrick Cowley
18) No1 Song in Heaven - Sparks
19) A Folk Study - Laurie Spiegel

There's some really good stuff in here. If you want to see Mr Morris' notes on these tracks go HERE. or HERE.

Edited by user 06 February 2018 19:14:22(UTC)  | Reason: new links to the show.

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Ok, I've edited the Stephen Morris "Synth Heroes" post above with links to the show. Funnily enough his taste in synth tune-age is pretty good!
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I always thought that Barney was the driving force for electronics in the band, but listening to Disc 2 of the 'New Order presents Be Music' comp, it's fairly evident that it was Stephen and Gillian were equally as influential.
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