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 Your Desert Island Discs ; No explanation; no one is interested so shut the fuck up

Post #1 - 15 May 2020, 21:09

1.The Rezillos- Destination Venus
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2. Sheila B Devotion - Singing in The Rain
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3. The Skids - Into The Valley
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4. Neil Young - My My Hey Hey (Out of the Blue)
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5. The Associates - Party Fears Two
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6. Bob Dylan - Jokerman
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(Or Positively 4th Street or Precious Angel; both have equally good (and bad) memories.)

7. Sir Edward Elgar - Pomp and Circumstance March Number 1
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8. Morrissey - There is a Light That Never Goes Out
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Post #2 - 15 May 2020, 21:30

If we all post 8 songs, that will be 160 Youtube links per page and it will fuck my computer.
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Post #3 - 15 May 2020, 22:20

A Worthless Man » 45 minutes ago wrote:If we all post 8 songs, that will be 160 Youtube links per page and it will fuck my computer.


So what?
i have so many stories to tell about each of those songs.
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Post #4 - 15 May 2020, 22:28

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plus David Copperfield for the book.
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Post #5 - 15 May 2020, 22:29

My book-

The Catcher In the Rye
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Post #6 - 15 May 2020, 22:39

My luxury item-

An England flag
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Post #7 - 15 May 2020, 22:47

If you had only one record to save from the waves-

Elgar
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Post #8 - 15 May 2020, 22:55

My luxury item: The Cocteau Twins entire recorded output and an axe. :)
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Post #9 - 15 May 2020, 23:03

Greasy Roads » Fri May 15, 2020 10:55 pm wrote:My luxury item: The Cocteau Twins entire recorded output and an axe. :)

That's at least two items, you thick cunt. :wanker:
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Post #10 - 16 May 2020, 07:24

routemaster » Fri May 15, 2020 11:03 pm wrote:
Greasy Roads » Fri May 15, 2020 10:55 pm wrote:My luxury item: The Cocteau Twins entire recorded output and an axe. :)

That's at least two items, you thick cunt. :wanker:

There is nothing in the rules to prevent this. The items are connected and that is allowed.

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Post #11 - 16 May 2020, 10:27

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Post #12 - 17 May 2020, 07:11

Happy Jack » 15 May 2020, 21:47 wrote:If you had only one record to save from the waves-

Elgar


Greasy Roads took me to Elgar's grave in Little Malvern. I think.
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Post #13 - 17 May 2020, 07:38

Happy Jack » Sun May 17, 2020 7:11 am wrote:
Happy Jack » 15 May 2020, 21:47 wrote:If you had only one record to save from the waves-

Elgar


Greasy Roads took me to Elgar's grave in Little Malvern. I think.

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Indeed I did. :)
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Post #14 - 17 May 2020, 10:36

Happy Jack » Sun May 17, 2020 7:11 am wrote:
Happy Jack » 15 May 2020, 21:47 wrote:If you had only one record to save from the waves-

Elgar


Greasy Roads took me to Elgar's grave in Little Malvern. I think.

Brendan the tour guide from Coach Trip must be shitting himself over his job after this news. :laugh:


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Post #15 - 19 May 2020, 19:44

The Bob Dylan track would always be 'Precious Angel', but you CANNOT get the album version with Mark Knopfler on YouTube or anywhere else. I have tried and tried. The live versions on YouTube are shit.

This track prompts me to think about my awful upbringing in a strict born-again religious household when all 'pop' music was banned. My brother smuggled ELO - Out of the Blue into the house and it was discovered and my Dad smashed it over his knee in front of us kids.
The Bob Dylan track is beautiful (I think about 'Precious Angels' who have helped me, and Jesus who, despite me being a complete unbeliever now, is somehow still part of my life.

My older brother later smuggled in a borrowed copy of Never Mind The Bollocks and showed it to me. My eyes were popping out just looking at the cover, and I can still feel the the terror of discovery that filled me. My brother was a daft cunt (still is) but I have to credit him for that act of treason in our 'Christian' house and I have went on to embrace the danger of that music and beyond.
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Post #16 - 19 May 2020, 20:02

Happy Jack » Tue May 19, 2020 7:44 pm wrote:My brother smuggled ELO - Out of the Blue into the house and it was discovered and my Dad smashed it over his knee in front of us kids.

Your father sounds like a man of taste. :huh:
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Post #17 - 19 May 2020, 20:12

I think I picked that Jokerman video because I find the live shots of Bob Dylan so attractive. If i was to be homosexual, a big if, I would lust after him in that. That bit at the end when he squints at the camera gets me every time.

Also many religious references in the lyrics.

A great video, but Precious Angel from Slow Train Coming is my Desert Island Disc.
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Post #18 - 19 May 2020, 20:25

NO!
It is Positively 4th Street.

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It is more of a fuck off song. :finger:
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