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The Go-Go's recorded it first, and Terry Hall wrote it, so it kind of depends what you call a cover.iainmayfield wrote:Our Lips are sealed - Go Go's, Fun Boy Three and the Wedding Present amongst many others..
- Sat Jul 11, 2009 00:25
- Forum: we love public transport
- Topic: It's terrific by train
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EMT are a fucking disgrace. This sort of gives the lie to them trying to promote trains as a green method of transport, doesn't it? http://www.thisisbusiness-eastmidlands.co.uk/latestnews/Chauffeur-offer-train-users/article-1138155-detail/article.html I don't think a limo is necessarily any less ca...
- Sat Jul 11, 2009 00:23
- Forum: not indiepop
- Topic: The Second Hand Marching Band
- Replies: 47
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I rather liked the second last one with the several different vocal parts and upwards-moving chord sequence. what was that one?jamieboy wrote:cheers, gordon. everything we did last night was from the e.p., aside from a cover of 'atlas' by battles, and two new ones at the end. was it maybe one of those?
People who live in Sheffield and are interested in beer (that's everyone, isn't it?) may be interested in this event at the Devonshire Cat: http://www.devonshirecat.co.uk/meet-the-ipa-brewer-pete-brown-evening-i129.html Thursday 9th July, 8.00pm at the Devonshire Cat Nationally acclaimed beer writer...
- Sat Jun 27, 2009 22:26
- Forum: food! and drink!
- Topic: Vegan & Vegetarian Food
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i've been meaning to try an egyption-style falafel recipe, apparently they use braod beans rathjer than chickpeas. Dried broad beans are a pain in the arse though, as the skins are a lot thicker than the skins of chickpeas, so you either have to shell them twice, as it were, or pick dozens of tough...
Indietracks land is a great place for a bike. I'd bring mine if I could get it down from Scotland (last year I didn't even get a seat on the train, despite having a reservation, so would rather not risk trying to get on with a bike). It's hot and tedious to walk places, and there is limited public t...