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perspexorange  
#101 Posted : 22 October 2021 09:41:22(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Mr Discography Go to Quoted Post

Bringing the conversation back down to Earth


To be honest, this conversation has meandered through so many subjects, I'm fulling expecting us to be discussing economic policy adopted in the Far East by page 4. :-)

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• 12"
• 7"
• Dub 12"
• Dub 7"
• Canadian "Remixed & Edited" 7"
• Qwest 7" Edit
• Extended Edit
• Video Edit



Hmm. I think I know most of those and must have copies of them, I guess.
But I'm struggling to identify whether I have the Qwest 7" Edit.
How long is this mix, and where is it taken from?
Is it about 3:25 and is it also the one that's on the 'Threesome' soundtrack?

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#102 Posted : 22 October 2021 10:30:20(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: perspexorange Go to Quoted Post

Originally Posted by: Mr Discography Go to Quoted Post


• 12"
• 7"
• Dub 12"
• Dub 7"
• Canadian "Remixed & Edited" 7"
• Qwest 7" Edit
• Extended Edit
• Video Edit



Hmm. I think I know most of those and must have copies of them, I guess.
But I'm struggling to identify whether I have the Qwest 7" Edit.
How long is this mix, and where is it taken from?
Is it about 3:25 and is it also the one that's on the 'Threesome' soundtrack?

Yes, it's the version on the 'Threesome' soundtrack. I was consciously avoiding mentioning that though, knowing the title of the film would be a red rag to a bull for Mr Bob Monkhouse. Cue some random response about two members of a shite nineties girl band...
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#103 Posted : 22 October 2021 10:36:50(UTC)
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About Threesome, I think I've seen it only once.

I've recently seen Something Wild and American Psycho after many decades. Great movies!
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#104 Posted : 22 October 2021 10:49:11(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Mr Discography Go to Quoted Post

Yes, it's the version on the 'Threesome' soundtrack.


Thanks. Nice to know I haven't missed a variant.

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About Threesome, I think I've seen it only once.

I've recently seen Something Wild and American Psycho after many decades. Great movies!


Never seen 'Threesome', but it doesn't really appeal.

I also have never seen 'American Psycho'.
I keep meaning to as I've heard it's pretty good (although there's a part of me that thinks I might be reminded a bit too much of the whole True Faith/Luka Magnotta thing).

I saw 'Something Wild' decades ago, but seem to think it was a fun romp and I think I enjoyed it. It has a kind of a 'Risky Business' vibe to it, doesn't it? WIth the lead character being led astray into shady waters.

Of those 1980s films with New Order on the soundtrack, my favourite would definitely be 'Pretty In Pink', which I think is a good little movie.
It's certainly better than 'Salvation!' anyway. Big Grin


Digressing again. Maybe this thread should just be our 'random crap' thread.




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#105 Posted : 22 October 2021 11:07:45(UTC)
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American Psycho is excellent. Couldn't recall NO being in it, but that probably wouldnt be up there as a reason to watch.

Anyway, American Psycho is 5/5, especially if you are a Phil Collins or Huey Lewis fan.
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#106 Posted : 22 October 2021 11:17:55(UTC)
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American Psycho is excellent. Couldn't recall NO being in it, but that probably wouldnt be up there as a reason to watch.

Anyway, American Psycho is 5/5, especially if you are a Phil Collins or Huey Lewis fan.


Thanks. I will check it out sometime.

And, yeah, True Faith is definitely in it, right at the beginning, very prominently played in a nightclub.

I haven't seen the film, but I have seen that clip (for obvious reasons).
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#107 Posted : 22 October 2021 11:19:19(UTC)
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Couldn't recall NO being in it, but that probably wouldnt be up there as a reason to watch.



TF during the nightclub scene.
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#108 Posted : 22 October 2021 23:06:16(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Mr Discography Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: perspexorange Go to Quoted Post

Originally Posted by: Mr Discography Go to Quoted Post


• 12"
• 7"
• Dub 12"
• Dub 7"
• Canadian "Remixed & Edited" 7"
• Qwest 7" Edit
• Extended Edit
• Video Edit



Hmm. I think I know most of those and must have copies of them, I guess.
But I'm struggling to identify whether I have the Qwest 7" Edit.
How long is this mix, and where is it taken from?
Is it about 3:25 and is it also the one that's on the 'Threesome' soundtrack?

Yes, it's the version on the 'Threesome' soundtrack. I was consciously avoiding mentioning that though, knowing the title of the film would be a red rag to a bull for Mr Bob Monkhouse. Cue some random response about two members of a shite nineties girl band...


Don't worry mate. After reading 50poundnote's comment I decided to cut any humour round these parts. I can take criticism but that one was just spiteful and vicious, so if that's the kind of reaction I can expect, fuck it. And yes, don't I have a hilarious surname? Well spotted.
Back on topic, those eight tracks are exactly what I was trying to avoid when I made my compilation. In the end I didn't include any of Old Shep's BLTs (or TFs) cos they were too close to the original and nowhere near as strong. So it was just the standard album version. You'll see that I included the Perfecto Mix of World which was so good I didn't need Hague's crappy album version / video take / radio edit, or the spin-offs Perfect edit and Sexy Disco Dub. Superfluous. Spooky Stadium also displaced Hague's ''''''''''effort'''''''''' too. Remember this was just before everything went green, apologies digital, so I wasn't gonna fill cassette after cassette with weak, repetitive surplus.
Since you ask, I did have a threesome once. It was cool. But it would've been better with at least one woman.
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#109 Posted : 22 October 2021 23:16:49(UTC)
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I couldn't see the point in filling a side with Shep Craplyboned's five BLTs (I'm including the video version)


Pointless? Yes? Collectable? Very. Versions I've mostly listened to? 12" and 7" of course!


The 12" loses Hooky, which is a criminal offence.
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#110 Posted : 23 October 2021 02:44:14(UTC)
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On the subject of porno mags, i heard or read something recently that Whitehouse porn mag chose that name to wind up Mary Whitehouse.


So it wasn't because their logo was a house that had walls dripping with jizz? Quite frankly I'm disappointed.
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#111 Posted : 23 October 2021 02:56:44(UTC)
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#112 Posted : 23 October 2021 23:45:48(UTC)
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Oops I forgot the other one that quaified: Joe T Vanelli's 1963. Strangely, the CD only featured the dub, but there was a full vocal mix on the 12". I quite liked it, even though it lost Hooky and told you more about the remixer than NO... And 1963 gave us Nothing For Me, the closest we got to a newbie, hence its inclusion in the Yanks Best Of. I think the only original thing we got was Theme From Devil Hopping.
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#113 Posted : 23 October 2021 23:54:59(UTC)
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I think it was round here that I read Aphex Twin were commissioned to do a mix and just handed over the last thing they'd been working on.


I believe that was a Lemonheads 'remix', not NO.


I know it wasn't NO, but it reminded me of Lionrock's assault on 1963. It was cute but still a ripoff cos fans were shelling out for a new take on a strong track, and this wasn't it.
I could argue that even Spooky was dubious cos the band weren't even talking to each other (hence the 'arty' video). Or I could shut the fuck up.
There's also been talk of a Pet Shop Boys TF remix but links tended to go straight to Shep Pottymouth's. The confusion probably arose cos of Shep's Pets link or cos they sometimes DJed and were / are big NO fans. Given the high profile of both acts, I'm sure if such a track did exist it'd be easy to locate. To my knowledge, the Pets have never remixed NO. I once found a Regret PSB mix on WinMX (remember that?) but it was just the Bside.
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