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Old 11-06-2003, 04:45 AM   #16
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get word gets around
1000 trees, local boy in the photograph, same sized feet, tramps vest, last of the big time drinkers and best of the lot, traffic.
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Old 11-06-2003, 11:01 PM   #17
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Handbags and Gladrags
Maybe Tomorrow
Rod Stewart and Mink Deville covers?

I've never ever ever heard them.
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Okay, let's see...

I'm mostly familiar with their recent popular stuff, but that's good for starting out, I suppose. I'm sure a hardcore, longtime fan will come along and tell you some totally different songs, but oh well!

You might try:

Handbags and Gladrags
Maybe Tomorrow
I'm Alright (You Gotta Go There to Come Back)
Have a Nice Day
Madame Helga

I just recently got into them, and I like everything of theirs so far, but I'm still working on getting to know their music through and through. Apparently their older stuff is more rocking. Hope that helps!
Id recommend their older stuff

The Bartender and the theif - this is a great catchy, upbeat tune.
A Thousand Trees
Hurry Up and Wait
I Wouldn't Believe Your Radio
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The Bartender and the theif - this is a great catchy, upbeat tune.
A Thousand Trees
Hurry Up and Wait
I Wouldn't Believe Your Radio


I also like "Rooftop" from JEEP and "I Stopped to Fill My Car Up" from PandC.

They're such a good live band. I'll miss seeing them in the US, though, and don't think I'd ever go to a show here in the UK. Too expensive, and too many people.
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I stopped to fill my car up - I thought I put that in - I love that song I think it sounds really sad

I saw them live They were good
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Old 11-07-2003, 09:41 AM   #21
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Rod Stewart and Mink Deville covers?

I've never ever ever heard them.
I honestly have no idea. Anyone else?
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I honestly have no idea. Anyone else?
No they are covers - I think Martha knew that though

Rods handbags and gladrags is practically the same as the sterophonics one

Plagirism at its finest.
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Rod did Handbags and Gladrags first, though. Many, many moons ago.
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1000 trees, local boy in the photograph, same sized feet, tramps vest, last of the big time drinkers and best of the lot, traffic.

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The Bartender and the theif - this is a great catchy, upbeat tune.
A Thousand Trees
Hurry Up and Wait
I Wouldn't Believe Your Radio
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I also like "Rooftop" from JEEP and "I Stopped to Fill My Car Up" from PandC.

They're such a good live band. I'll miss seeing them in the US, though, and don't think I'd ever go to a show here in the UK. Too expensive, and too many people.
Definitely agree with those song recs... I love local boy in the photograph...Megan, remember the welsh guy at 930? Kelly Jones = 'have a niiiccce day...' *scowl...
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