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Toxteth O'Grady

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  1. Toxteth O'Grady

    Tunes that are just fucking ace.....

    Loved Kirsty MacColl, top girl, great voice.
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    Tunes that are just fucking ace.....

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zowlf0JcvM How do you embed youtube links on here now?
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    Happy Birthday Lee

    Happy Birthday Lee, all the best.
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    Happy Birthday Carvalho Diablo

    Happy Birthday Shep, have a grand day Comrade.
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    Adidas Trainers

    Scott, those particular shoes size up quite small, I'd get half a size up if I were you, or at least make sure you try them on in the shop before ordering them online.
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    Irish history books

    This is Christy Moore's ode to Francis Hughes. At the time, the most wanted man in Ireland. The lad from Bellaghy who led the SAS a merry dance and was the second hunger striker to die in 1981. "he fought them every day he lived and he fought them as he died"
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    Irish history books

    I've read it and I can recommend it. As all the above you mentioned. The Tim Pat Coogan books are also worth reading.
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    Irish history books

    And he'd be right. There was a major dispute about the conduct of the IRA at that time between Adams and Brendan Hughes. I wouldn't trust Adams as far as I could chuck him. Darkie and McGuinness were the real forces in the RA at the time. Adams was and is a fucking chancer.
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    Gordon Banks

    Gordon Banks was a proper Gentleman of the old school, a model professional and a credit to the game of football. He will always be remembered and sadly missed. And respected by everyone who played with him and everyone he played against. A true legend.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    And he's not even their player. They will need to weigh out 35m+ to keep him and be just as shit next season.
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    Leicester (H) 30/01/19

    Looks like Wijnaldum is at RB, or possibly Henderson.
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    GF music review club

    LiR Magico Magico. Listening on you tube, so if there is any discrepancy in the order of tracks, blame @Carvalho Diablo, who is also a massive cunt. Track 1 Traveller Starts slowly but picks up, like this. The vocals could be roughed be the tune is good. As an opening track, that's not too bad. 7. Track 2 Dog Ryhtms Upbeat track, I like the general feel of it, slightly funky, but I'm waiting to for it to take off. It reminds me of a late 80's early 90's band so far but can't put my finger on who. 6 Track 3 Not to be overlooked This is OK, but like a one paced Foreigner tribute band. The opening was protracted and while it's OK, it needs revving up. Musically it's fine, but too many instruments for my tastes. 6 Track 4 New Song Good opening. This has a feel of Smashing Pumpkins Adore album. The music is OK, it's a decent track but the same pace. I don't like this vocalist much. 5 Track 5 Some folks are truly evil I agree with the song title. Again this had an 80's feel about it. The lyrics are well meaning, has a Simon and Garfunkel feel about it. Quite liked this song. 6 Track 6 3 legged guy Better, much better. Good feel about it, more upbeat, sounds abut like Then Jericho. Not bad, best song so far. 7 Track 7 The house of song That's better. I still can't put my finger on who this reminds me of, but this is the best track so far. Takes off more, still that 80's feel, of an upbeat LotusEaters, China Crisis. Enjoyed that song best. 7.5 Track 8 In a day They've gone plinky plonky and atmospheric again. And twiddly on the guitars. Listenable, not bad, but too 'musical' for my tastes. 6 Track 9 Good cake Bad cake I'm not sure what to make of this. Homage to 60's psychedelic pop? 2 minutes of twanging and niceness. Not bad mind. 6 Track 10 Two Worlds Another 80's feel song. Atmospheric in sound. Drifts and takes you along with the melody. Almost has the feel of a Sting solo song about it, from The Blue Turtles era. Yeah, not bad. 6 Track 11 In the Parlour Funky Chili Peppers opening. Not a bad song, probably the 2nd best on the album. Quite enjoyed this. Sounds abit like The Adventures but funked up. Got better as it went along. Quite enjoyed this song. 7 I have to say that this wasn't quite my things, but nonetheless it wasn't bad at all, in fact it was OK. There was of a part of In the parlour that I really enjoyed. Overall I'd give it 6.5/10 on the basis that while it was OK, it never really took off. There were times where it was ripe to rip roar, but it stayed at just above normal pace. I can't say that I'd listen to it again by choice, but if somebody played it and I was off my head, I'd probably drift along to it.
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