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kalamazoo
(wild eyed peoploid)
05/12/06 08:36 PM
Re: The 50 Greatest British Tracks Ever new [re: diamondogz74]  

In reply to:

The Streets Dry Your Eyes 2004

I can't believe that crap made it to this chart


I think I'm repeating myself but these lists are worthless. Just favs of the editors in my opinion, that's the privilege of owning a magazine.



carsten
(electric tomato)
05/30/06 06:00 AM
Re: One Forgotten, One Took A Diversion new [re: diamondogz74]  

Keith West Excerpt From A Teenage Opera 1967

Just using the word "grocer" sounds pretty british to me.
The plot is obviously settled in London - good ol' London that is.

/Carsten

They used to make hats like that.




carsten
(electric tomato)
05/30/06 06:05 AM
Re: Kevin Carter new [re: b_mardle]  

But s.y.m.m is definetly a british song.

Yep, and would have been quite an original choice.

/Carsten





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