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  1. Apologies for the double post, but there's a version of this by 70s and 80s children's presenter Derek Griffiths. Unfortunately seems to no longer be on YouTube and this picture is all I could find, snapped right at the time he's singing about the "yellow chinkies".
  2. Euros Childs - Roll Away the Stone (2014) Gorky's frontman covers Mott the Hoople https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v6C62da4V48
  3. I'm going to slowly start selling off a lot of my collection (I did this once before three or four years ago, but time to shift even more as there is now no point keeping stuff I've watched and don't really have much inkling to again), and first up is a complete run of ECW PPV's. These are all VHS converts from original US PPV broadcasts, so no WWE Network dubbed music and nearly all have the pre-show too. All shows are on two discs as well (42 discs total), so no squeezing four hours of footage onto one DVD. This was the best quality set in circulation when I was heavily into trading and I would class them as EX quality VHS converts. Only one set and price is £30, which includes postage. Any interest, shoot me a pm. ECW 04.13.97 Barely Legal (PPV version w/ pre-show, 2 discs) ECW 08.17.97 Hardcore Heaven (PPV version w/ pre-show, 2 discs) ECW 11.30.97 November to Remember (PPV version w/ pre-show, 2 discs) ECW 03.01.98 Living Dangerously (PPV version w/ pre-show, 2 discs) ECW 05.03.98 Wrestlepalooza (PPV version w/ pre-show, 2 discs) ECW 08.02.98 Heatwave '98 (PPV version w/ pre-show, 2 discs) ECW 11.01.98 November to Remember '98 (PPV version w/ pre-show, 2 discs) ECW 01.10.99 Guilty As Charged (PPV version w/ pre-show, 2 discs) ECW 03.21.99 Living Dangerously (PPV version w/ pre-show, 2 discs) ECW 05.16.99 Hardcore Heaven '99 (PPV version w/ pre-show, 2 discs) ECW 07.18.99 Heatwave '99 (PPV version w/ pre-show, 2 discs) ECW 09.19.99 Anarchy Rulz '99 (PPV version w/ pre-show, 2 discs) ECW 11.07.99 November to Remember (PPV version w/ pre-show, 2 discs) ECW 01.09.00 Guilty as Charged (PPV version w/ pre-show, 2 discs) ECW 03.13.00 Living Dangerously (PPV version w/ pre-show, 2 discs) ECW 05.14.00 Hardcore Heaven '00 (PPV version w/ pre-show, 2 discs) ECW 07.16.00 Heatwave '00 (PPV version w/ pre-show, 2 discs) ECW 10.01.00 Anarchy Rulz (PPV version w/ pre-show, 2 discs) ECW 11.05.00 November to Remember (PPV version w/ pre-show, 2 discs) ECW 12.03.00 Massacre on 34th Street (PPV version, 2 discs) ECW 01.07.01 Guilty As Charged (PPV version w/ pre-show, 2 discs) I will be listing a whole bunch more stuff when I've properly gone through everything including lots of WWF, WCW and ECW TV sets, all my Mid-South collection, Shoot interviews, tons of Indy stuff etc.
  4. Talking Heads - And She Was (1985) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZV9DNpkfak0
  5. You come across pretty obsessed by Meltzer the way you always bring him up.
  6. Sultans of Ping F.C. - Give Him a Ball (And a Yard of Grass) (1993) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GhzDMgANEsA
  7. Yup, Priestley was terrible again. A liability in the ring and gets worse every time I see her wrestle. According to the Observer Statlander was supposed to be in the next NXT class but there was some delay and AEW got in there first. Good signing as they could do with some decent non-Japanese female wrestlers.
  8. Our local library has a copy in the new releases, which I was pretty surprised at seeing it's not the kind of book I'd have expected to find there. I was never much of a fan during his MMA career so haven't bothered to check it out. I did read Roberto Duran's autobiography earlier in the year and really enjoyed that. Which reminds me I need to get round to watching the 'No Mas' 30 For 30 documentary on him at some point.
  9. HHH addressed it in his post-show Press Conference. According to him it was nothing more than a strange coincidence as the director in the truck told the cameraman to get a shot of someone looking shocked in the crowd and he ended up focusing on Britt. Ranallo was then told to address who she was so things didn't look funny with them doing that and not acknowledging her.
  10. I used to like him in the early days of the 6:05 podcast, then his ego grew as it gained popularity and he's become flat out unbearable since being Cornette's "yes man". Is a right obnoxious prick on Twitter too who really seems to think he's something special.
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