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Swifty

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Back when all this was fields, I'd pay just ten quid to rave at dodgy parties with The Prodigy, Baby D and Slipmat and Lime (aka SL2) at 'Shelly's' in Stoke on Trent all live on stage and stuff ..
 
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Just getting this stuck tune out of my head. No idea how it got in. Don't really like it much. I have been listening to a lot of commercial FM recently in the car, so it likely snuck in there.
 

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It does always bewilder me that I live near and often walk through the place where Lewis Carroll lived and worked...okay, Charles Dodgson. But still...LEWIS CARROLL...Alice in bloody wonderland. Here, where I live!
I never have, but should I wish to, this is clearly the song to listen to whilst taking some kind of hallucinogenic on a summer's afternoon...
I live near here as well, apparently...
Oxford is beautiful, give or take the odd murder (thanks Colin! x)
 

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first single that I personally bought.
Before that it was the Wombles, Elvis, or people singing about combine harvesters. My dad memorably "helped" with a Blondie single that my mum was very not happy about...
 

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I love both versions and I'm in love with the singer in both versions (but if it boils down to haircuts, Annie all the way)
 

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Rally 'Round the West Indies - even though they are having an interesting time in the cricket! This version because it comes with great archive footage.

 
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Nice to see you, Ren.

I just played every second video down this page simultaneously for a kick. There was something vaguely Floydian and quite satisfying about the way each ended, thinning out the cacophony until just one piece remained to play out - no idea which song it was, but it had organ, a plucky bass and industrial overtones, so I guess it was one Yith's recs. Sped up to a slightly thrashy ending sound effect of water gurgling down a plughole. Job done. Time for brekky.
 

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Nice to see you, Ren.

I just played every second video down this page simultaneously for a kick. There was something vaguely Floydian and quite satisfying about the way each ended, thinning out the cacophony until just one piece remained to play out - no idea which song it was, but it had organ, a plucky bass and industrial overtones, so I guess it was one Yith's recs. Sped up to a slightly thrashy ending sound effect of water gurgling down a plughole. Job done. Time for brekky.
My fave track from that album.
 
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