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PostPosted: Fri Oct 19, 2007 11:01 pm 
Cheers Tim, over 2300 words, and I haven't made it to the fan meet yet. Just skip the boring parts!


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Cheers Tim, over 2300 words, and I haven't made it to the fan meet yet. Just skip the boring parts!


Something to look forward to, when I get back from my holiday Jacob!

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Cheers Tim, over 2300 words, and I haven't made it to the fan meet yet. Just skip the boring parts!


Something to look forward to, when I get back from my holiday Jacob!


2600 words in Danish so far, and I've just entered Taunusstraße on my way to the pre-meet. I can't understand why Chris N. got the reputation as a bad tour guide, I'm much worse...


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Note : I’ll start planning too buy this CD (Single) for one night in single as early by next year on 2008.



:!: :?: :arrow:


They'll probably be sold out by then Pete.





Hey don’t you worry Sparrow.
Well Looking forward on second week of January 2008. :wink:


Note: Right after the New Year Party Hangover. :lol: :wink:



Set Released date on January 08, 2008 :wink:




:!: :arrow:

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A very good wee disc by EF. I've listened three times and both tracks are top notch. I love the unusual sequencing on track one. This and Bells of Accra are the two must have ep's. Classic TD IMO.


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A very good wee disc by EF. I've listened three times and both tracks are top notch. I love the unusual sequencing on track one. This and Bells of Accra are the two must have ep's. Classic TD IMO.


Must agree John.............two very good releases 8) :D

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It must be a good Music Single.



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Christmas came early this morning. A big parcel from Germany containing some CDs and a DVD. It also contained some sort of picture thing but someone had scribbled on it so I chucked it in the bin. :shock:


...only kidding.


Been looking forward to hearing One Night in Space for ages, after all the positive things you guys have been saying about it. As for the start sounding a little like Kr*ftw*rk, I have to say I thought you were yanking my chain but you're absolutely right. Mind you it's not long before it takes on a more Tangerine Dreaminess and, though I've only spun it a couple of times, it sounds great. It immediately brought back happy memories of Frankfurt and Berhnard cranking out the main riff on the guitar. Role on the DVD.


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Christmas came early this morning. A big parcel from Germany containing some CDs and a DVD. It also contained some sort of picture thing but someone had scribbled on it so I chucked it in the bin. :shock:


...only kidding.


Been looking forward to hearing One Night in Space for ages, after all the positive things you guys have been saying about it. As for the start sounding a little like Kr*ftw*rk, I have to say I thought you were yanking my chain but you're absolutely right. Mind you it's not long before it takes on a more Tangerine Dreaminess and, though I've only spun it a couple of times, it sounds great. It immediately brought back happy memories of Frankfurt and Berhnard cranking out the main riff on the guitar. Role on the DVD.


Post on a Sunday Chris !. Are the Royal mail making up for the days stood around burning oil cans ?

Its a great CD & DVD


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Christmas came early this morning. A big parcel from Germany containing some CDs and a DVD. It also contained some sort of picture thing but someone had scribbled on it so I chucked it in the bin. :shock:


...only kidding.


Been looking forward to hearing One Night in Space for ages, after all the positive things you guys have been saying about it. As for the start sounding a little like Kr*ftw*rk, I have to say I thought you were yanking my chain but you're absolutely right. Mind you it's not long before it takes on a more Tangerine Dreaminess and, though I've only spun it a couple of times, it sounds great. It immediately brought back happy memories of Frankfurt and Berhnard cranking out the main riff on the guitar. Role on the DVD.


Post on a Sunday Chris !. Are the Royal mail making up for the days stood around burning oil cans ?

Its a great CD & DVD

Post on a Sunday!!! heck no. It arrived yesterday but I wasn't home. My wife didn't think it important enough to phone me at work. Heretic. Burn her at the stake I say.


May be not.


She's got to make the Sunday lunch first.


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Glad you got your goodies Chris. ONIS is a stormer and has had several plays today. :D

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Glad you got your goodies Chris. ONIS is a stormer and has had several plays today. :D


Mick, remind me, I'm not deluding myself, but there is some real magic on the title track?

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Glad you got your goodies Chris. ONIS is a stormer and has had several plays today. :D


Mick, remind me, I'm not deluding myself, but there is some real magic on the title track?


The 'Tron Wizard has placed a beguiling charm on it. No-one is immune!

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Christmas came early this morning. A big parcel from Germany containing some CDs and a DVD. It also contained some sort of picture thing but someone had scribbled on it so I chucked it in the bin. :shock:


...only kidding.


Been looking forward to hearing One Night in Space for ages, after all the positive things you guys have been saying about it. As for the start sounding a little like Kr*ftw*rk, I have to say I thought you were yanking my chain but you're absolutely right. Mind you it's not long before it takes on a more Tangerine Dreaminess and, though I've only spun it a couple of times, it sounds great. It immediately brought back happy memories of Frankfurt and Berhnard cranking out the main riff on the guitar. Role on the DVD.


Post on a Sunday Chris !. Are the Royal mail making up for the days stood around burning oil cans ?

Its a great CD & DVD

Post on a Sunday!!! heck no. It arrived yesterday but I wasn't home. My wife didn't think it important enough to phone me at work. Heretic. Burn her at the stake I say.


May be not.


She's got to make the Sunday lunch first.


I going to burn mine as it becomes too cold and the goverment gives it's cold winter payments out......................................not good she's just come home ............................nice to see you love :oops:

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Glad you got your goodies Chris. ONIS is a stormer and has had several plays today. :D


Mick, remind me, I'm not deluding myself, but there is some real magic on the title track?

You're not wrong there guys.

I've spun it a few times already and am very pleased. Still can't get my head around how Edgar/TD keep doing this. We've had so much good music from them lately, surely it can't last.

TD's recent CDs are forming a long orderly queue in front of the CD player.


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