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Offline Freddy
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Blast from the further past  Grin


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Offline Freddy
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Nothing quite like it  Grin

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Offline Snowcrash Topic starter
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Sounds far better than this effort by Ian Brown.

Posted November 21, 2018, 20:59:02 PM Logged
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Offline Freddy
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I'm guessing you are joking ? I thought that was a good song.  Grin
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Offline Snowcrash Topic starter
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I'm guessing you are joking ? I thought that was a good song.  Grin

I know you like Ian Brown (as do I) and that is his new effort. As for "shitty flute", even a mother would hate their child for making that racket.
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I do yes, I remembered you did too. The older he gets the angrier he appears  Cheesy

It's not as good as something like F.E.A.R. that you introduced me to and some of his other more recent stuff, but it's an alright tune I think.
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Offline Freddy
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Always liked this:

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Comfort the Disturbed! Disturb the Comfortable!

I love OMD. They had a few popular songs, back in the day here. This wasn't one of them, however, but I like it. Smiley
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Good pick Freddy, I love OMD too, got lots of their tunes in the Leaf.
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  The flute reminded me of Jethro Tull whom I like



hope you like it

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Ohh Jethro Tull - now that's a blast from my youth - I used to listen to Aqualung and Thick as a Brick albums a lot, my brother had a big record collection. Good if you want something a bit different  Cool
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Bungle in the Jungle was my favorite. Aqualung just made me feel dirty, for some reason. Tongue
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  Jethro was able to sing things just not sung which may have attracted some rebellious youth, myself included.
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I love OMD. They had a few popular songs, back in the day here. This wasn't one of them, however, but I like it. Smiley

I'm surprised this one wasn't a hit in the USA. It was over here and the Enola Gay they're referencing is the name of the aircraft that dropped the bomb (little boy) on Hiroshima.

Hence the lines... "Enola gay, mother is proud of little boy today. Oho, this kiss you give, it's never ever gonna fade away"
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