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Darren

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  1. Francois K remix of You Take Me Up. As a 14 year old Thompson Twins fan this was my prized possession!
  2. I’m really enjoying this little trip through teenage me’s record collection.
  3. Also I’m very happy indeed as my old copy of Welcome to the Pleasuredome has a massive scratch on side one from when I dropped it thirty odd years ago, and when I played it on my lad’s turntable last year it jumped all over the place. But on mine just now it played right through just fine. You can hear the scratch, of course, but I don’t mind that.
  4. Yep, it’s signed by all four, but I think they were sticking to the album’s aesthetic by signing in black on black...
  5. Oh I’m enjoying this trip down memory lane.
  6. I dread to think what part the cheese and fish play in that subterfuge.
  7. Darren

    RIP Martin Birch

    What's amazing about his run with Maiden is that all those albums sound different to one another, they each have a distinctive tone, while all obviously being and sounding exactly like Iron Maiden. You could play a single instrumental bar from each one and know, without recognising the song, which album it was from. And for me Powerslave is not just the best of the bunch but one of the best albums of all time and the best sounding metal album ever.
  8. I always assumed that RTD had begged Eccleston to do it, and he'd agreed on the condition that he would only do one series as a favour to his old mate to get it up and running, rather than stick around and be forever known as "former Doctor, Christopher Eccleston." So it's quite a revelation (to me) that he would have carried on quite happily had he not fallen out irreparably with RTD.
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