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4. North Sea Blues

North Sea Blues

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5. dnb

dnb

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6. Hooray at St James' Park

  • Published: 2012-05-06T22:27:19Z
  • By Paulagar
Hooray at St James' Park

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7. Analogue Magic

Analogue Magic

Christmas Time 2012/13 Cotterill, Howle, Agar.

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8. This Space

This Space

A year late, but here it is.

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9. Garbage Day

Garbage Day

Another Bloody Unfinished Song

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10. John Collier- Trophy Wife

John Collier- Trophy Wife

From The Forth Coming Heavy Petting E.P. Produced By Dan Wacket Bunton - Drums, Superdum Cotterill- Guitar, Vocals Agar- Bass and ting Recorded at Box Hill Studios.

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11. Homebound- Trophy Wife

Homebound- Trophy Wife

From The Forth Coming Heavy Petting E.P. Josh- Guitar, Vocals Perrie- Drums, Backing Vocals Agar- Backing vocals, Bass

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12. Heavy Petting 2010

Heavy Petting 2010

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13. Wobblebottom

Wobblebottom

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14. Another One

Another One

Ok, the mix is muddy as hell. I'm not George Martin Deal with it

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15. David Bowie

David Bowie

The New Elizabethans: David Bowie. James Naughtie considers the musical influence of the man who first came to public attention in 1969 with his song "Space Oddity", and then exploded onto the music scene in the early 70's with his glam rock, androgynous alter ego, Ziggy Stardust. Bowie has proved the master of reinvention, breaking into the American market in the mid 70's with songs like "Fame" - described by Bowie as "plastic soul" -, a radical change in style and sound which confounded his UK fan base. He then reached a new commercial peak in 1983 with "Let's Dance" and throughout his career has continued to experiment with musical styles, including blue-eyed soul, industrial, adult contemporary, and jungle. He is widely considered to be the most unique innovator of popular culture of his era. The New Elizabethans have been chosen by a panel of leading historians, chaired by Lord (Tony) Hall, Chief Executive of London's Royal Opera House. The panellists were Dominic Sandbrook, Bamber Gascoigne, Sally Alexander, Jonathan Agar, Maria Misra and Sir Max Hastings. They were asked to choose: "Men and women whose actions during the reign of Elizabeth II have had a significant impact on lives in these islands and/or given the age its character, for better or worse." Producer: Alison Hughes. Jul 30, 2012

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