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Did anyone see the documentary on the tube the other night? I thought it was quite good and funny. Glad they played the Fall on it too.
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Yeah I did .unfortunately I was in the midst of a serious marriage saving conversation /bollocking and kept getting fucking distracted by jools ..which just made the chat worse lol :grin:

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Ah sorry to hear that mate.
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jaydee1964 wrote:Yeah I did .unfortunately I was in the midst of a serious marriage saving conversation /bollocking and kept getting fucking distracted by jools ..which just made the chat worse lol :grin:
Giving the wife a good listening to eh? Done a few of them!
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Alexinblack wrote:Ah sorry to hear that mate.


its ok now matey I did as I was told in the end
..Dont know what I was thinking having an opinion of my own lol

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Flyboy wrote:
jaydee1964 wrote:Yeah I did .unfortunately I was in the midst of a serious marriage saving conversation /bollocking and kept getting fucking distracted by jools ..which just made the chat worse lol :grin:
Giving the wife a good listening to eh? Done a few of them!
haha yeah mate...i really fucked up when I said "Alison moyers lost some weight"

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The tube was the best music show ever.
There never be anything like it again.
To many people with clip boards involved with live music shows now.
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mickinblack wrote:The tube was the best music show ever.
There never be anything like it again.
To many people with clip boards involved with live music shows now.

Agreed mate, would love it if something like this came out.
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I really don't understand why there are so few proper music programmes on the main TV channels. There's only really Later with Jools.
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I know there should be more on, with newer upcoming bands.
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I remember I bought a copy of Aural Sculpture a few years back that had been signed by the band in 'The Tube' studio during their visit to perform live in December 1984, it even came with an attached 'The Tube' with compliments slip inside the sleeve. JJ had put Newcastle '84 next to his signature and all band members had signed their names next to their ears on the back sleeve. I think the album had originally been put up for auction on a local charity TV programme (broadcast in 1985) 8)
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Alexinblack wrote:I know there should be more on, with newer upcoming bands.
I think that lays on YouTube and the internet more now and "session" videos. One example would be Deezer or QTV to name just a couple of many putting out videos of emerging bands playing live in a studio. Plenty of hits and exposure for upcoming artist.
Shove it up yer bollocks then!
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