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Old 07-05-2005, 06:54 PM   #46
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Originally posted by indra

I don't see that it really matters what the motivation was if the outcome is essentially positive.
Absolutely, indra - well said.

Which brings me to the next point: God bless David Gilmour!

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Originally posted by rjhbonovox

Jesus if you think he is brilliant, kinda backs up my theory on your musical taste. That was a REALLY great version of Children Of The Revolution at live8, NOT, a mumbling bumbling drug addicted nobhead who was not fit to walk the same stage as the legends that preceded and followed him!, Hey I know why Pete Doherty is famous, he's dating Kate Moss

Where did I say his Live8 performance was strong? it was a car crash. However, "Up The Bracket" is one of the best debuts ever, full of spirit and contrast this with Coldplay's plodding, corporate efforts.

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only thing i have against doherty is that his addictions have overshadowed a really good band and carl barat

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