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had been erased...
(youtube blocked at work)
Someone isn't probably happy it resurfaced...
I seem to remember stealing this single (and CD1 of "In Your Car" by Kenickie) from Camden Music & Video Exchange when I was like...14, because I remembered seeing it on The Box(!!!) when it came out. LOLLERSKATES etc.
is that that singer there wisely went away for four or five years before reappearing as Simple Kid.
I do remember the breathless hype around this release, and then never hearing of them again. Time hasn't served it well.
but the album was never released...
The album never materialised sadly...
I really liked it. Don't know what I'd think now though. Will watch later.
we played with them in the dry bar in manchester, thought they were shite
that takes me back - They were awful. Do you remember when Symposium were on TFI as the supposed next big thing too?
Hate it now.
Mind you i was partial to a bit of Symposium. "We drink the sunshine, which is heaven sent, we're doing things which we only ever dreamt"
"1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 hurry children, don't you dare be late"
Lyrical geniuses before their time
about my stupid hair" - Class
I don't remember it the first time round.
Slipknot were on TFI Friday? That was LOLZ.
i remember seeing them at reading festival and my mate saying "it's chavs singing about being chavs. shit"
i thought it was good.
sounds like a similar story though.
I bought the CD single of this.
with all this DiSers buying the single ?
oh dear. this is a lot worse than i remember. :-( thank fuck for simple kid eh?
I don't think he must be happy to see this. Didn't it end badly with Columbia ?
between them and Young Offenders Institute? They were the ones who sounded like Oasis with a rapper. Saw them once by accident - the rest of my life has been one long effort to never see/hear them again.
This is lolz for simple kid.
I heard the name Young Offenders Institute but never the records - they were the band who were going to launch the last incarnation of Factory into the stratosphere, weren't they?