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In retrospect, Herbie Hancock's video for Rockit, is quite disturbing...
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Captain Sensible (Boo! Hiss!)

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Shane-O-Matic wrote:Captain Sensible (Boo! Hiss!)
wot
"If I had all the money that I've spent on drink, I'd spend it on drink!"
"The trouble with internet quotes is that one can never be sure if they are genuine." - Abraham Lincoln
Kindly listen to this, please.
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Johnny "Guitar" Watson...on piano & vocals...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=swqxpXNYocY
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Cutty Ranks
Snakebite & Blue Bols <-- The Drink of Champions

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Like a desperate thirst in a raging drought

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"Spiny norman wins on the bizzare terror stakes, if you haven't been stared at by a 40-foot hedgehog, you haven't lived." - Saltandgin

"Every time you don't get loaded, the terrorists win." - massivedrunk

WWDJFD?

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I'm Not Calling You A Liar by Florence and the Machine from sound track of Dragon Age 2.

Actually big improvement to the original version I would say.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1can-MLmWdA

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MAN...or ASTRO-MAN? 9 Volt
Fear the Man, kill the snitch. Just remember life's a bitch.
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Aphex Twin - Gwely Mernans.
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If you are a man and any sort of blues fan, this is the thing for you: Luther Alison Living in the House of the Blues
http://youtu.be/8LD_JTtFL10
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Lately picked up some old Alvin Lee. Great guitar. Also recently got turned on to Volbeat, Grand Magus, and Halfway to Gone.
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Rip Rufus wrote:Lately picked up some old Alvin Lee. Great guitar. Also recently got turned on to Volbeat, Grand Magus, and Halfway to Gone.
Alvin Lee joined Zappa and his crew for a tour back in the late '80's.
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Lush City wrote:
Rip Rufus wrote:Lately picked up some old Alvin Lee. Great guitar. Also recently got turned on to Volbeat, Grand Magus, and Halfway to Gone.
Alvin Lee joined Zappa and his crew for a tour back in the late '80's.
Really? Cool. I've had frank's "Joes garage" in my head all day today.
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Rip Rufus wrote:
Lush City wrote:
Rip Rufus wrote:Lately picked up some old Alvin Lee. Great guitar. Also recently got turned on to Volbeat, Grand Magus, and Halfway to Gone.
Alvin Lee joined Zappa and his crew for a tour back in the late '80's.
Really? Cool. I've had frank's "Joes garage" in my head all day today.
Zappa at his peak insisted on the best talent to accompany him. Lee was faster than fast and in my opinion never saw his real potential only because we only live for a short a time.
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