PLATE: round 1, match 5 - Lord B out

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Postby mentalist (slight return) » 07 May 2007, 07:09

A
king of the divan

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Postby WG Kaspar » 07 May 2007, 07:44

A for the brilliant Rainbow track.
I run out of talent

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Re: PLATE: round 1, match 5

Postby Ranking Ted » 07 May 2007, 21:19

Despite Van, its so much B its kind to say no more.

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Postby Zeke » 07 May 2007, 21:40

B is a list I'm downright comfortable voting for.

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Postby Prez! » 08 May 2007, 16:15

An easy A

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Postby kath » 08 May 2007, 22:20

another easy A

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Postby Nikki Gradual » 09 May 2007, 09:25

A - 19
B - 26

Lord Belborough out
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Postby trans-chigley express » 09 May 2007, 09:48

How a list that contained the phenomenal Stargazer, one of the Fab Four’s best solo songs, the terrific punk-goes-prog of Curtain Call, the sheer genius of Ommadawn, the atmospheric brilliance of Hackett’s signature tune, great pop moments from Dury, Cope and Pretty Things, and new tracks from Sparks and Schulze that show that both are still capable of greatness, can possibly be beaten by a list that includes Blur will forever be one of life’s great mysteries.

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Postby C » 28 May 2007, 06:31

Lord Belborough wrote:How a list that contained the phenomenal Stargazer, one of the Fab Four’s best solo songs, the terrific punk-goes-prog of Curtain Call, the sheer genius of Ommadawn, the atmospheric brilliance of Hackett’s signature tune, great pop moments from Dury, Cope and Pretty Things, and new tracks from Sparks and Schulze that show that both are still capable of greatness, can possibly be beaten by a list that includes Blur will forever be one of life’s great mysteries.


Indeed my friend. Indeed

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