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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 well-known by the majority of the pubic.
Please Please Me was actualy 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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