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  1. Really saddened by this. Always seemed a proper decent fella. I'll always remember the dignity he showed when faced with the worst sort of abuse from West Ham fans when he was in hospital with the first brain tumour. RIP.
  2. Let's have it. As electic or otherwise as you like... Underworld - Born Slippy Underworld - Dark And Long Underworld - Two Months Off The Stranglers - Duchess Faith No More - Everything's Ruined The Clash - Rock The Casbah The Prodigy - Everybody In The Place (Fairground Remix) David Bowie - Ashes to Ashes David Bowie - Rock N Roll Suicide The Streets - Turn The Page Madness - Embarrassment Madness - E.R.N.I.E Labi Siffre - I Go
  3. Agree about the book. I read it before I saw the film and it's amazing. Do like the film too. No way is it autobiographical though.
  4. I thought it was just the majority of it. Surely the scenes of them flying over the rice fields and shooting the Vietnamese civilians wasn't in the UK?
  5. The Nightingale On Netflix. Bit (very) grim in places but absolutely brilliant. Revenge film. Loved it. Highly recommend. 9/10
  6. Cypress Hill. I hate that band so much.
  7. Nil By Mouth's a lot darker and more depressing than Tyrannosaur. A nasty but simply brilliant film. Enjoy!
  8. Beat me to it. For dark, British films, Tyrannosaur is one of the very best. Olivia Colman is astonishing. The film's up there with Nil By Mouth in terms of acting and atmospheric brilliance.
  9. Exactly. He played the part of the frontman that suited Oasis' style to a tee - arrogant and cocky both on and off the stage. I can't stand Queen, but I recognise that Freddie Mercury was a brilliant frontman because he encapsulated all that the band were about as well. A good frontman doesn't have to be dancing round on stage like a lunatic.
  10. Aqualung by Jethro Tull is a perfect album too.
  11. Original Pirate Material, The Streets. It sounded like nothing I'd ever heard before, and I thought it was utter sh*te the first time a mate played it to me. Turns out it's one of the best albums ever made.
  12. Never seen that before. I can't stop watching it. The whole performance is absolute perfection from start to finish. That Prince solo just makes p*ss myself it's so effortlessly good. In the space of an hour or so I reckon this might be my favourite video of all time.
  13. The Sex Pistols. I like them a lot, but they're overrated.
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