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I know Keeaf, its maybe foxy campaigning for new members?

The only white pointy hat I have is the one they gave me at school to stand in the corner with.

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The only connection I could make was Gene Hackman starred in the Conversation and he also starred in Mississippi Burning - which was about the KKK.

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The only connection I could make was Gene Hackman starred in the Conversation and he also starred in Mississippi Burning - which was about the KKK.

Keith,

I recently read somewhere that Sgt Lewis is retiring, do you fancy taking the job on? Perhaps you could get young Robinson to go along as your assistant. :iiam:

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Keith,

I recently read somewhere that Sgt Lewis is retiring, do you fancy taking the job on? Perhaps you could get young Robinson to go along as your assistant. :iiam:

What's the pay like? And do I get to say "Book him, Danno. (Malco)"

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Keith,

is that Dave Kilminster playing guitar?

Who's looking at the guitarist!!!

No, seriously, I don't think it is - though the Floyd connection is there. Sam appeared on the PULSE album & tour and kilminster with Waters, etc. Funny enough I was just listening to Pulse last night - two cracking live versions of COMFORTABLY NUMB & RUN LIKE HELL. But I'll look into it and post anything if I find it.

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Here's my favourite, Malcolm, though I do still like Hallelujah. (The Stanger's Song is on the opening credits of the Warren Beatty film McCABE AND MRS MILLER.)

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I must be missing something here but these last two attempts at making a noise sound like a load of crap to me!!

Okay, Foxy, maybe this will make ammends.

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Nice one Adam. I bought their greatest hits CD and it was one of my better buys. My two favourites are SHOUT and this one - MAD WORLD.

Much better then the Michael Andrews version, the original is quite rapid the cover is very slow and makes you feel a bit upset .

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Now there's a puzzler - I thought that was Gary Jules?

I know the song featured in DONNIE DARKO but I never heard of Michael Andrews.

Both versions are good, a bit like HURT - Johnny Cash & Nine Inch Nails.

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Now there's a puzzler - I thought that was Gary Jules?

I know the song featured in DONNIE DARKO but I never heard of Michael Andrews.

Both versions are good, a bit like HURT - Johnny Cash & Nine Inch Nails.

It was a single by Michael Andrews featuring Gary Jules, but Gary Jules sang and Michael Andrews played the piano. That is likely why you have never heard of him because he was playing the piano.

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