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Re: Nogs Blog
« Reply #1718 on: 20:40 - 22 January, 2020 »
Gok Wan? No, Gok lost
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Re: Nogs Blog
« Reply #1717 on: 19:20 - 22 January, 2020 »
I had Gok Wan once. But it soon cleared up with some ointment.

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Re: Nogs Blog
« Reply #1716 on: 19:00 - 22 January, 2020 »
I saw Gok Wan in London, not sure that counts though.

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« Reply #1715 on: 18:56 - 22 January, 2020 »
I saw Captain Sensible and Dave Vanion in London. Neither looked like Steve from across the road. Maybe Algie Ward does?

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Re: Nogs Blog
« Reply #1714 on: 11:11 - 20 January, 2020 »
I’ve met Wattie from the Exploited. He’s a bit of a nob.


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« Reply #1713 on: 13:13 - 18 January, 2020 »
Did you meet Darryl ?
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« Reply #1712 on: 08:51 - 17 January, 2020 »
I’ve met Wattie from the Exploited. He’s a bit of a nob.

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Re: Nogs Blog
« Reply #1711 on: 00:30 - 16 January, 2020 »
Was that TOTP?

“Ted Sully’s” was the chorus I heard..
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Re: Nogs Blog
« Reply #1710 on: 11:23 - 15 January, 2020 »
lol

dunno whether its just me but I never heard the words dead cities at all there
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« Reply #1709 on: 09:32 - 15 January, 2020 »
Lol, I've just found the song we copied, The Exploited - Dead Cities (basically it's a very very easy song to play).

If you can imagine a brummie teenager shouting "No Poll Tax" when they sing "Dead Cities, Dead Cities" and a couple of guys playing the music slightly worse than this, then you get the idea  :cheese

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LslHO8X__-Q

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Re: Nogs Blog
« Reply #1708 on: 07:35 - 15 January, 2020 »
That must have been an interesting sound, schlapp base on a pink track.

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« Reply #1707 on: 07:30 - 15 January, 2020 »
I’m liking the guitar story, Rob. It’s difficult not to imagine you in an 80’s rock video with dry ice, lycra and an undersized Stonehenge lowered from above...

When I was around 19ish I was in a 'band' (couple of mates that also couldn't play very well just making a row in a rehearsal room in Birmingham) and we had a punk song called 'No Poll Tax'.  I played bass on a Marlin Slammer bass that I bought from Argos (cheapest I could find), renamed the shlapper due to the noise it made.

I've not progressed much since those days.

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« Reply #1706 on: 23:24 - 14 January, 2020 »
My dad was a plasterer for 15 years before he became a general builder - he routinely beat all comers at arm wrestling in his pub

I’m liking the guitar story, Rob. It’s difficult not to imagine you in an 80’s rock video with dry ice, lycra and an undersized Stonehenge lowered from above...
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Re: Nogs Blog
« Reply #1705 on: 20:01 - 14 January, 2020 »
In my experience they're either drunk or stoned so they probably don't even notice.

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« Reply #1704 on: 14:07 - 14 January, 2020 »
Anything like that gets you after a bit.

Working above your head is the hardest.  Don't know how plasterers do it, even painting a ceiling has my arms aching within minutes.