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Old 09-18-2007, 11:38 PM   #1
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I liked them back in the day. I found them to be very compelling live. In my youth, Ian McSomething had a very intense stage presence, very dark and sexual.
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I've only got Ocean Rain, it's got some fantastic, gorgeously arranged songs,

I have to skip Thorn of Crowns though; Ian McCullough hiccupping through "C-c-c-cucumber, C-c-c-cabbage, C-c-c-cauliflower" is just beyond silly,

His ego talk in the interviews always cracks me up,
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U2 like them, I know very few about them, are they still around?
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Old 09-19-2007, 10:23 AM   #5
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In a sense yes, it's down to McCulloch and Sergeant toruing and recording under the name, they broke up in 1988 and Pete de Freitas was killed in a motorcycle crash in 1989, but they had the three remaining members when they reformed in 1996, but I think it was 1999 that Pattinson quit, so yeah they're still around but not at the same capacity.
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Ian McCullough hiccupping through "C-c-c-cucumber, C-c-c-cabbage, C-c-c-cauliflower" is just beyond silly,
it is kind of weird, isn't it?
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