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  1. R Dean Taylor - There's a ghost in my house
  2. Screaming Lord Sutch - Jack the Ripper
  3. The Dining Room in West Bridgend (when it actually opens) is very good. I've heard the Indian in the High Street is good but I've never been. The Abbotsford is good again after going quite badly downhill for a couple of years.
  4. Creedence Clearwater Revival - Fortunate son
  5. Fun Lovin Criminals - Scooby snacks
  6. Indeed, and was the beginning of showing that we're capable of scoring goals. Before that, I just couldn't see where the goals would be coming from.
  7. I trust you know the answer, but if not: bottom of the league with a goal difference of -8. I might ask Jim Duffy for some national lottery numbers...
  8. I don't think it can be underestimated just how important that day's comeback was.
  9. Joint top of the league after being bottom 3 weeks ago! There's no denying that the unpredictability of the lower leagues adds an interest that the big leagues don't have.
  10. Likewise, ketchup bottles although they do have the flaps. And bottles of tonic water have a plastic cover over the lid that is disproportionately strong to it's size. If it doesn't have perforations then you're in for a battle.
  11. The Icicle Works - Up here in the north of England
  12. Morrissey - Late night, maudlin street
  13. The Beat - Mirror in the bathroom
  14. I recently through the musical chinese whispers thread started listening to Simple Minds' Real to Real Cacophony album. A welcome reminder of just how brilliant they were.
  15. Ha! Indeed, if ever a man deserved to be on the Sack the Stylist pages it is him. Cartoon goth chic might've worked for him 30 years ago but he must be hitting 60 now.
  16. Blind Willie McTell - Dying crapshooter's blues
  17. And can you imagine the carnage if Bosman 2 had ever seen the light of day? If I remember correctly, that scenario was that players would have"standard" employment contracts where they could simply hand in their notice and leave when they wanted. But maybe that would've prevented the rise of the ridiculous transfer fees that are doing the rounds these days and will no doubt lead to more clubs facing financial ruin?? You have to feel heart sorry for Bolton and Bury, irrespective of if their woes were self-inflicted or not. Lifelong fans will awaken one morning to find their club has gone and be reduced to watching Soccer Saturday. Nearer to home, are Dundee Utd still in financial bother? I read a year or two ago that they were the Scottish club most likely to go under. I understand the sell-on they got for Robertson going to Liverpool bought them more time but are they actually in danger of going under?
  18. That's another strange state to be in for a man in their 50s. Surely he's earned enough to do some Robert Smith style comfort eating?
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