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weslgarlic

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    In an ideal world The Fall would be more popular than KISS , but there's no accounting for Taste
  2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fs4hkJIX8oU
  3. Football or has some of you guys call it soccer England v Poland on ITV 1
  4. He might have still been fitting car windows had AC/DC got their reported first choice Slade Vocalist Noddy Holder Brian Johnson maybe could then have done Norman Collier style car window comedy act I thought Mott The Hoople were big in the USA , well i suppose that was 40 years ago
  5. Brian Johnson was a similar age when joined AC/DC although he had experienced a reasonable amount of success in Geordie
  6. You could n't make it up The Money or the Gun was an Australian comedy/talk-show on the ABC network. It ran from 1989 to 1990, with occasional specials until 1994. It was written by Andrew Denton, Simon Dodd, Bruce Griffiths, and George Dodd, directed by Martin Coombes and produced by Mark Fitzgerald. Each episode was based on a significant theme, with Denton interviewing a number of people as well as conducting vox pops on the street. Significant episodes include "Guns-The Musical" and the award-winning episode on disabilities, "The Year of the Patronising Bastard" (which picked up a United Nations Media Peace Prize). In 1993, a one-off special was called "Topic of Cancer", which talked to teenagers with cancer (while at a CanTeen weekend). In 2003, Denton held a 10-year reunion for the people on the 1993 show, as part of his ABC interview programme Enough Rope. "Stairway to Heaven"[edit] Each week a guest would perform their own version of Led Zeppelin's "Stairway to Heaven". Versions would occasionally tie in with the theme of the episode ("Guns - the Musical" had a Broadway-style version by Jodie Gilles as the conclusion, while the episode on Australian Comedy had the Doug Anthony All Stars performing it with the assistance of Barry Crocker) but the most surprising of all was the version by Rolf Harris which eventually reached number 7 on the UK singles chart. Generally the performance of "Stairway" would be a break in the program and the artists would have no other part in the program. Performers and styles included: Kate Ceberano and The Ministry Of Fun, in a cool funk style with woodwind John Paul Young, in the style of Love is in the Air Pardon Me Boys, in a swing style (with numerous references to Glenn Miller songs) The Beatnix, a Beatles tribute band, in the style of I Want to Hold Your Hand, Please Please Me and Twist and Shout Nick Barker & The Reptiles, in a heavy blues style Rolf Harris, in the style of Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport The Australian Doors Show, in the style of When the Music's Over by The Doors Sandra Hahn, Michael Turkic and the Australian Opera chorus, in the style of an epic Wagner opera Robyne Dunn, in the style of Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds by The Beatles Elvis impersonator Neil Pepper, in the style of Viva Las Vegas Toots - Jenny Lovell in the flesh, voice by Helen Jones, a femme fatale performance in the style of The Whipper Snappers, in an indie rock girl group style Friends Of The Castanet Club, as a sea shanty Toys Went Berserk a post-punk version Bob Downe, in the style of a lounge singer The Rock Lobsters, a B-52's tribute band, in the style of Rock Lobster Jodie Gillies, in the style of a Broadway musical (with numerous references to One from A Chorus Line) Etcetera Theatre Company, as a techno dance in the style of Talking Heads The Jeff Duff Orchestra a chamber orchestra with vocals The Fargone Beauties, as a country thrash in the style of Dueling Banjos Judi Connelli, as a gospel song Barry Crocker and Doug Anthony All Stars in a unique style Vegimite Reggae, as a modern reggae The Symphony Chorus of the Sydney Philharmonia Choirs, as an a cappella chorus Leonard Teale, as a dramatic poem Rory O'Donoghue in the style of an advertising jingle and an Australian ballad Two compilations of the performances were released in 1992: a video which featured 25 of the 26 performances,[1] and an album, called "Stairways to Heaven", which featured 22 of the 26 performances. [2] An album consisting of 12 tracks was released internationally in 1995. [3] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Money_or_the_Gun
  7. Saturday 19th October 2013 Close BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE Show last 5 matches and coverage Fixture Kick-off Status Show Newcastle2 v 1 Liverpool 12:45 Show Arsenal0 v 1 Norwich 15:00 Show Chelsea1 v 2Cardiff 15:00 Show Everton1 v 2 Hull 15:00 Show Man Utd5 v 0Southampton 15:00 Show Stoke2 v 2 West Brom 15:00 Show Swansea1 v 0Sunderland 15:00 Show West Ham2 v 1 Man City 17:30 Sunday 20th October 2013 Close BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE Show last 5 matches and coverage Fixture Kick-off Status Show Aston Villa2 v 1Tottenham 16:00 Monday 21st October 2013 Close BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE Show last 5 matches and coverage Fixture Kick-off Status Show Crystal Palace1 v 1Fulham 20:00
  8. I Spit on Your Grave http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ZOiWxY2JWM
  9. Neither its a HP laptop ..I have used the Search and Destroy again and it appears to have stopped it again
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