#1 May be the sound file GF was looking for.
Nice pic. Never mind the Billhooks?I'll get me coat.
or never mind the Pollocks?
I put 'grumpy old men' on my Dads birthday CD thanks to you!(he found it funny-even though he can't stand swearing)ace list.(except London Underground - every bloody day it turned up on my mobile - when I last had a rubbish job, that caused me to use it)
I guess if he didn't like it you could blame me - good plan. Can imagine Underground got a lot of play over there - but that one cracks me up. We both forgot !!!, too bad about their drummer falling down a lift shaft.
I don't know if underground got much play.. just passed on by phones (new thing then).. unfortunately it didn't have a filter after the 1000th time (listening again, it did make me chuckle.. especially as I don't have to do my underground route anymore)
nice list Shoey (and Shane's too) I posted my favourite sweary song ("A Polite Man") a while back under the Cruel Songs post so I won't bother posting it again..
Hello again Herr Schuh - how comes "Unacceptable Face of Freedom" by Test Dept plays when I click "Fuckhead" - should it or is my machine at fault?It's an AWESOME track - great choice, but not much swearing at all...
PS - just found out after a wee bit of googling that there is aband called "Fuckhead" from Upper Austria but not too keen on the few blasts from itunes so far.Not heard the Biancardi mix of "Killing in the Name" either- masterpiece.
JP, That is a most beautiful piece of swearing - thanks for that one.Gremlin, that's FH as I remember it, not very sweary, but a great piece of industrial banging, sound cut-ups & bag pipes.
Yep you're right I'd got the title mixed up with the album it's off - album is "Unacceptable Face of Freedom" but track is "Fuckhead" by Test Dept - this is mos def an AWESOME track : PLAY LOUD!
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