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  1. He did a really good one on the old Observer Live show on Eyada back in 2001. I did a bit of digging and managed to find it. Although this is through the archive.org, everything (well the couple of things I tried) still work and I'm pretty sure you can download too. https://archive.org/details/WOLArchive/2001-06-12+BOB+MOULD.mp3
  2. ^^ I was just going to post that. I challenge anyone to watch it and not have a tear in their eye as they do. *EDIT* The WWE tribute video that is. My post doesn't quite work when it starts a new page!
  3. Mainly lots of old John Peel shows courtesy of http://theperfumedgarden.blogspot.com/ and the awesome https://peel.fandom.com/wiki/John_Peel_Wiki resource.
  4. Because what you've been waiting for is a breakdown of the Revenge of the Nerds films. Watched these over the past week, the latter two were made for TV (and you realize why once you've seen them). Revenge of the Nerds (1984) The title pretty much gives away the story here as a bunch of College Freshmen fight back against the jock Alpha-Betas who make their lives a misery. Definitely of it’s time and one that wouldn’t get made today (a rape treated as comedy), funny and highly enjoyable though. Good soundtrack too. Revenge of the Nerds II: Nerds in Paradise (1987) A simi
  5. The Mystery of D.B. Cooper (2020, HBO) For anyone unaware, D.B. Cooper was the name of a man who hijacked a commercial Boeing 727 flight back in 1971, demanded a $200,000 ransom and then parachuted from the plane never to be seen again. It remains the only unsolved hijacking in U.S. history. The documentary details the events of the hijacking interspersed with interviews from family members and friends of people who believe they know who Cooper was (concentrating on four specific suspects). There are no ground breaking developments here, we don't get a definitive answer of who Cooper w
  6. I don't know if he ever sourced a physical copy, but @SaitoRyo was looking for a copy of the Hansen book earlier in the year.
  7. Talking Heads - Burning Down the House (1983)
  8. Less than 48 hours to go on this. There's a few watchers but no bids as of yet. Chance to snap up a bargain if you've been after it for a while.
  9. Because Bobby Farrell was one cool dude. Boney M - Painter Man (1978)
  10. My copy eBay link Starting price is £30, so significantly less than what it would cost to order direct from Crowbar Press (which is where I brought this from over a decade ago).
  11. After Hours (1985) Martin Scorsese directed. Paul Hackett (played by Griffin Dunne) gets chatting to a girl at a local coffee shop after work and it leads to the longest and worst night of his life. Very dark, very funny and a very clever script.
  12. Yup, watched it once and will never watch it all the way through again (as much as I enjoy seeing Ray Winstone twatting folk with pool ball loaded socks!). The one scene (you know the one) is bad enough, and then knowing what happens after. Nope, never again.
  13. As much as I like Big Dave, unfollowing him on Twitter (and every other wrestling related account) was one of the best things I've ever done on that platform.
  14. Also came out to Queen's 'We Will Rock You' when he teamed with Manny Fernandez in the NWA. It's a bit cliched now, but it really works in that era, even when watching through modern eyes; Paul Jones leading Rude & Fernandez down the aisle just before they're about to destroy some jobbers on NWA Worldwide.
  15. Looking to move on my collection of All Japan Women Classics DVDs. AJW New Classics #1 - #20 and then episodes #23, #24, #25, #26, #35, #36, #45, #46 (14 discs) Listings for everything can be found here. Price would be £10 total. If anyone is interested drop me a PM. My copies so would be able to ship asap. Thanks *EDIT* Classics and Premium discs been sold, just the New Classics remain.
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