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I misunderstood certain posts here and on other forums one evening, in a drunken state.......they only way i felt to get sorted was to listen to TD

am ok now.......

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Oh for goodness sake BM, we love your charisma to bits and I'm sure noone here would deliberately wish to wind you up (apart from the HiFi thread on your site :twisted: ) - You're a legend in your own lunchbox for chrisssake :lol:

From what I read here it's all good fun and I think we respect each other...


Back to Cyclone - The title summed it up beautifully - the inevitable re-structuring after PB's departure, the pressure of getting a new LP out quickly, the full use of a 48 track facility and the subsequent mixdown difficulties and a tour to organise. Not to mention that Edgar gave up meat, alcohol and smoking at about the same time I understand. I bet the pressure was HUGE on Edgar, Chris and team.

I like this record more now than I did back then and Rising Runner remains a favourite - the breathless feel suits it fine...

Madrigal Meridian should be re-mixed (not added to) and extended using what they already recorded (assuming the multi-track tape is available somewhere...) I think this busy track has far more to say...


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[quote="DSJR"]Oh for goodness sake BM, we love your charisma to bits and I'm sure noone here would deliberately wish to wind you up (apart from the HiFi thread on your site :twisted: ) - You're a legend in your own lunchbox for chrisssake :lol:

From what I read here it's all good fun and I think we respect each other...


Could not have put it better myself Dave :wink: 8)

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I respect dee Bee Em :) and 99.9% of all TD fans

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Interesting fact of that is who are the 0.01% that you dont :lol: :lol: :wink:

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effing cruddy bank holiday weather, im staying home.....listening to music, posting stuff on forums.....may go down thee pub again.......all td fans the bm says this to you all: DALINIAN


clear vinyl force majeure sounds a bit crackly this morning....might play SIN instead........

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effing cruddy bank holiday weather, im staying home.....listening to music, posting stuff on forums.....may go down thee pub again.......all td fans the bm says this to you all: DALINIAN


clear vinyl force majeure sounds a bit crackly this morning....might play SIN instead........


Oh come on BM..........that crackling is you rustling in the bag of leftovers from last nights pork scratchings :shock: :o :arrow: :mrgreen:

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Interesting fact of that is who are the 0.01% that you dont :lol: :lol: :wink:


I'll email you the massive list ;)

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epsilon75 wrote:
bigmoog wrote:
effing cruddy bank holiday weather, im staying home.....listening to music, posting stuff on forums.....may go down thee pub again.......all td fans the bm says this to you all: DALINIAN


clear vinyl force majeure sounds a bit crackly this morning....might play SIN instead........


Oh come on BM..........that crackling is you rustling in the bag of leftovers from last nights pork scratchings :shock: :o :arrow: :mrgreen:



nah, colin.....its a bag of cold doner meat....all wet and greasy and lank, anyone know a decent vet, her pussi needs a grooming

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bigmoog wrote:
...all td fans the bm says this to you all: DALINIAN


clear vinyl force majeure sounds a bit crackly this morning....might play SIN instead........


The DSJR says DALEKANIUM!!!

Play Force Majeure on pristine "perfect sound forever, SBM" CD :shock: :twisted: :D (oops, wrong site....... :shock: :lol: )

Bless you all - Have a great weekend whatever you do..

P.S. BM - Your pussi sounds like she needs a dose of Frontline - Spot On --- That'll keep her purring :wink:


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Pertou listens to the mighty Cyclone.

On headphones, there are 1000's of motorcycles outside my window, and a crowd of curious people.


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Pertou listens to the mighty Cyclone.

On headphones, there are 1000's of motorcycles outside my window, and a crowd of curious people.

TD fans? ;)

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There's also a beer tent, but they don't play any TD... They play crappy music, but not excactly biker music...
If you'll excuse me for a minute, I'll make them play some TD... maybe Streethawk, would be appropriate.


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Pertou wrote:
There's also a beer tent, but they don't play any TD... They play crappy music, but not excactly biker music...
If you'll excuse me for a minute, I'll make them play some TD... maybe Streethawk, would be appropriate.


Ask them to play Zeit :arrow:

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Pertou wrote:
There's also a beer tent, but they don't play any TD... They play crappy music, but not excactly biker music...
If you'll excuse me for a minute, I'll make them play some TD... maybe Streethawk, would be appropriate.


Ask them to play Zeit :arrow:


I could burn a cdr of Zeit and write "Status Quo - Whatever I Want" on it... 8)


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