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9 1/2 Psychedelic Meditations On British Wrestling Of The 1970's And Early 1980's

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Inside The Restless Mind Of Rollerball Rocco
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What The Plumber Saw
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Gorgeous George
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Rock Opera – In The Key Of Existential Misery
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Linda's Head
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Saturday Afternoon
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Big Daddy Got A Casio VL–Tone
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I Am Catweazle
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We Are Unusual Men
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Haystack's In Heaven (Parts 1-3)
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Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 30:13

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2012 is here

Neo-Romantic

and I only just found this. 3 months of 2011 could have been better with Luke Haine's late 70s intriguing and nostalgic ruminations on the quirky world of British wrestlers. Brings to mind watching them on a Saturday (scoffing a paper bag of lemon sherberts) after Tiswas, something I'd pretty much forgotten about. Men in singlets, Luke Haines, inspired lyrics, intriguing stories and tunes - it's a work of art.

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[Featuring savagely funny songs about Gary Glitter, Jonathan King and the music press, Luke Haines's third album, Off My Rocker at the Art School Bop, was an overlooked gem of 2006. To celebrate its digital reissue, we invited Haines — author of the brilliant memoir Bad Vibes: Britpop and My Part in its Downfall — to write about what happened to his great "lost" album. — Ed.] Things May Come And Things May Go But The… more »