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He played drums on Just Dropped In To See What Condition My Condition Was In. What an amazing song. From a list of other amazing songs. That Richard Harris version of McArthur Park is pretty damned special as well. 

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Pat Laffan, who played UKFF favourite Pat Mustard has gone to the great dairy in the sky to shag the housewives.

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Yuya Uchida, Japanese pop/rock star and founder member of the Flower Travellin' Band. 

 

That song was released several months before Black Sabbath's Masters Of Reality, in 1971. Just an absolute fucking juggernaut of a track. Uchida was in a weird position at this point; no longer the band's frontman, but still producing the album, and in something of a "creative director" role. 

He also played a prison commander in Merry Christmas, Mr Lawrence, and had a bizarre turn as a Yakuza/kung fu expert/rock star/ghost in Deadly Outlaw: Rekka, an absolutely bonkers film by Takashi Miike. 

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It certainly sounds like a Slayer riff played with the same kit used in Electric Funeral.

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3 hours ago, FelatioLips said:

That Thumbnail looks like Weird Al and I thought he'd died there.

Yeah, proper got my hopes up and all.

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2 minutes ago, RIDDUM_N_STYLE said:

Sky football reporter Frazer Robertson has died at the young age of 47

Geoff Shreeves volunteered to break the news to his wife.

That's no age, is it.  He was the go to guy for Ireland reports in the Mick McCarthy Vs Roy Keane feud.  Real shame.

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Dick Dale, legendary guitarist, inventor of surf music and blower up of amps has died at 81 after a lengthy period of poor health.

Probably best known these days as the bloke that did that tune from Pulp Fiction.

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