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PostPosted: Thu Nov 08, 2007 9:40 pm 
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JD wrote:
epsilon75 wrote:
Beaubourg wrote:
I actually always thought it was "right now".


Good shout Beaubourg..........i thought that many times :arrow:


What accent do you people speak with ;) I always thought it was breakdown ....doesnt even sound like wake up to me ...even though it is


MY thought was Break out !.


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I always thought it was 'And Now' but then again it was very very loud :D

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My guess had been "wipeout" - though a fellow student I'd roped in looked at me and said "toytown?"

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Toytown ? ! where the .... did that come from ?

Maybe we can look forward to a thirtieth anniversary double CD set ? now that would be nice ,just in time for Xmas 2012 ! I'll start saving now.


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redziller wrote:
My guess had been "wipeout" - though a fellow student I'd roped in looked at me and said "toytown?"


White out?


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I remember someone who said he heard that sample as: "Ed-gar!" ...
(This thread looks like a prime example to me how we all interpret music differently, or hear music differently. 8))


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