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- Ranking Ted
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I’m not keen. The genre - spiky new wave pop - is one I’m particularly fond of, but this has always been cringey, second division stuff. There’s worse things, I guess, but I’d never rush to hear it. Not shit, not hit.
- 100% fangetastic
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Polishgirl wrote:Oh God; I love it. It's frequently stuck in my head.
As is the phrase : "spurting filthy yoghurt", unfortunately.
Ranking Ted wrote:The genre - spiky new wave pop - is one I’m particularly fond of, but this has always been cringey, second division stuff. There’s worse things, I guess, but I’d never rush to hear it. Not shit, not hit.
Yep, nailed it, Ted.
Jonny Spencer wrote:fange wrote:I've got my quad pants on and i'm ready for some Cock.
By CHRIST you're a man after my own sideways sausage, Ange!
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Oh no! This is all we need.
- Phenomenal Cat
- death on four legs
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I am guessing the Japanese do masturbate quite a lot. It's a cultural thing.
But somehow when you smile, I can brave bad weather.
- The Goddess of Mischief
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Hooky as hell. Not quite the quintessence of Power Pop of that era, but a fair representation. I liked it then, but don't feel the need to hear it again.
whodathunkit wrote: Somewhere it's always 1972.
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pcqgod wrote:sloopjohnc wrote:Ranking Ted wrote:I’m not keen. The genre - spiky new wave pop
The Jags were better at it.
Do you like this version better?
Of all the songs to cover, she did that one?
Don't fake the funk on a nasty dunk!
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I just listened to that. I don't thank you for the experience.
Like fast-moving clouds casting shadows against a hillside, the melody-loop shuddered with a sense of the sublime, the awful unknowable majesty of the world.