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    yeah saw em a few times - lux usually naked bar a g-string by the end of the show!

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    Saw them at Hammersmith Palais '84. Lux climbing the speaker stack bollock naked at the end.

    Just another show.


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    I saw the Cramps in Hammersmith in 84 (or maybe 85?)
    , must have been a different night, no nakedness.
    Someone was spitting at him and Lux ordered the crowd to get him , we didn't. Was great fun.
    Saw the again in San Francisco 1990 Cramps were the support band for Red Hot Chilli peppers , they were very half hearted that night. Though sold a good t shirt , a cold chilli theme.��
    Lux was wearing high heels by then , he'd really lost the plot..
    The meteor were another favourite

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Booth View Post
    I saw the Cramps in Hammersmith in 84 (or maybe 85?), must have been a different night, no nakedness
    Pretty sure they played two nights in '84. Would have been May sometime, as it was in the middle of my final exams.

    Just found this link to pics from those very shows.

    The Cramps at Hammersmith Palais1984 | lux interior and the … | Flickr

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    Here we go, fuk Sausages....



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    But fuk the right, may be the left, have we got our 18 holers on


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    Exactly, its still there, despite 40 years of EU Antishness.

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    Tin Tin (STEPHEN DUFFY) - Kiss Me 1982

    Not bad when it gets going, different from the charts version

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    ^ some of the background music from them and other new wave ...its got shades of early mixed stuff in DJ that came later, can see where it came from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    Here we go, fuk Sausages....


    Saw them Christmas Eve 1977, on that banned at any large venue tour.
    I was the only long hair in the crowd, 'bout 8-900 full capacity.
    No support band, but a reggae dj playing as loud as it possibly could get.
    I thought fuck me, the Pistols are gonna be a bit loud.
    Atmosphere was electric.
    Pistols came on, same volume as the reggae dj, bit it was LOUD, and to this day, one of the greatest gigs i've ever been to, and i've seen a few...
    Very fortunate and blessed to have seen them.
    Wonderful in their prime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    ^ some of the background music from them and other new wave ...its got shades of early mixed stuff in DJ that came later, can see where it came from.
    Pissed gibberish.

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    Bobby Fuller Four - I Fought The Law(1966)
    From Hollywood a Gogo, a tv music show.
    The Gazzarri Dancers join the fun

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    Somemore Gazzarri Dancers from 1969

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    Above two posts by EB, great old stuff, dancers are an added bonus, thanx.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thaiguzzi View Post
    Saw them Christmas Eve 1977, on that banned at any large venue tour.
    I was the only long hair in the crowd, 'bout 8-900 full capacity.
    No support band, but a reggae dj playing as loud as it possibly could get.
    I thought fuck me, the Pistols are gonna be a bit loud.
    Atmosphere was electric.
    Pistols came on, same volume as the reggae dj, bit it was LOUD, and to this day, one of the greatest gigs i've ever been to, and i've seen a few...
    Very fortunate and blessed to have seen them.
    Wonderful in their prime.
    The next (Christmas) day they played Ivanhoe's in Huddersfield (my home town) as a benefit gig for kids of Firemen (who were on strike at the time). A few kids from our school got to go to this party / concert, and said the 'Pistols were brilliant:


    Wish I'd been there.

    Their singles (and one album) still hold up today. Very rare that a band get it so right first time; the clothes, attitude, songs, lyrics and artwork. (Those threatening cut-out ransom note logos).
    They changed everything.

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    Unfortunately didn't change much, not for long anyway.
    For a few years people thought- I can be creative too , and think outside the box-
    but BBC and society in general are back to being as snotty and dull as ever ( this time political correct chains) and creativity is at an all time low, in fact pre punk was freer than today's morass.

    Paul McCartney was number one at the time 1977
    Not a great song, but a nice look back at pre invasion, pre "enrichment" Britain.
    20 feet from a bonfire �� Love it , these days there'd be a 100 yards exclusion zone around it policed by yellow vested council workers..
    WARNING BAGPIPES .
    Paul McCartney and wings: Mull of kintyre

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Booth View Post
    Not a great song, but a nice look back at pre invasion, pre "enrichment" Britain
    Christ almighty, even Mull of f'kintyre sets you off?

    Where did you live for that song to summon up a time when the country was white?

    Henley?

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    ^That song was #1 for about 5 months, iirc. Hopefully, the Mull is now used for nuclear bomb or Anthrax testing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmart View Post
    ^That song was #1 for about 5 months, iirc
    Absolute dirge, but it does have one thing that makes blue like it.

    Wonder if he's into Morris dancing too.

    Now those guys got a rhythm the invaders could only dream of.

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    Ok just music no commentary here
    The Show Must Go On
    by Leo Sayer 1973

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    Day 37 of this lockdown, fast forwarding through the boring parts of the day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Booth View Post
    The Show Must Go On
    by Leo Sayer 1973


    Jaysus.

    Bet you got no sense o' rhythm either.

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