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  1. Thread: Krautrock

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    Re: Krautrock

    Love the Rammstein industrial guitar sound and have most of their albums, only seen a cover band of these live called Rammlied.
  2. Re: What CD Have you been listening to in the car

    Been listening to L7 "Bricks are Heavy" album all week.
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    Sticky: Re: Last Live Gig You Went To (so far!)

    Went to see BRMC in Oct 2017 going to see Editors in Oct 2018
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    Re: The Britpop Bandwagon

    James were definitely a part of Madchester and not Brit Pop although they were still around through the Brit Pop era and still are.
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    Re: Roddy McDowell

    He definitely has a very unique and distinctive voice
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    Re: The Britpop Bandwagon

    loved the era remember bands such as Marion, Lush, Echobelly, Republica to name a few, preferred Madchester but there's not much to pick between them.
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    Re: Hi can anyone help its doing my head in!

    Its not catweazel by any chance, i'm sure the intro was animated.
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    Re: Black and White Films

    Just started getting back into old B & W movies been watching lots of James Cagney and last night I watched "I married a witch" & "A matter of Life or Death "
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    Re: Cross Country Running PE

    I think I was a little bit weirder than most as I liked cross country at school, god knows why though
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    Re: Carolyn Cheshire

    No Idea about her I was always a fan of Tonya Knight.
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    Re: First Video recorder?

    Ferguson Videostar front loader, had to buy second hand recon though

    Just been reminded by the missus that it was a top loader that I had first (must be either the alcohol or old age playing...
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    Re: Peter Sallis

    was very sad news, wonder what will now happen to wallace and gromit.
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    Re: Harry Dean Stanton

    sad news remember him in Escape From New York and pretty in Pink
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    Re: Hardest computer games you played.

    Nodes of Yesod on the speccy (my favourite game), i've been trying to complete this since 1985
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    Sticky: Re: A trip down memory lane

    sleeping beauty at the Odeon Barnsley early 1970s
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    Re: Hi from Kent

    Just pre teen in the 70's but remember all of it well, you'll be very welcome here.
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    Re: What films have you been watching lately..

    just been to see King Arthur legend of the sword really enjoyed it, going to see the new pirates of the caruibbean movie this weekend and the new wonder woman (still prefer lynda Carter though) next...
  18. Re: Who did your parents grandparents used to vote for

    My grandparents always were Labour voters until the 1978-79 winter of discontent, since then they've voted Conservative.
  19. Thread: Narnia

    by spuggybridge
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    Re: Narnia

    Loved these books as a kid got the complete collection in hard back turn to it when I get all nostalgic.
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    Re: Sports Shop's

    We had Don Valley Sports, Sugg Sports and Midwood Sports back in the 70's - 80's
  21. Re: Cup Cakes with red and green glace cherries.

    Got to agree the name cup cakes really grates me no end, where im from they are either Fairy Cakes or Buns.
  22. Thread: Margarine

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    Re: Margarine

    We always had this in the early 1970's, brings back good memories of a poorer but happier time.
  23. Thread: Rarities

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    Re: Rarities

    Only games I've got that go for any value on E-Bay are
    Evil Twin Cyprien's Requiem - Sega dreamcast
    Mr Bones - Sega Saturn
    Traps and Treasure - Commodore Amiga
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    Re: Spaceman and King Arthur

    Remember seeing this on the telly years ago, can't remember the ending though.
  25. Re: films your embarrassed to admit you like.

    Cringingly Howard The Duck God Knows Why
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