Thought everyone would enjoy this video clip (realvideo download) of Chairman Mao, inexplicably rising from his deathbed to perform a rather faithful rendition of "Virginia Plain", taking Bryan Ferry's place in Roxy Music. Well, it's not really Chairman Mao, nor Roxy Music, but rather the troupe from the BBC comedy series Big Train, one of the best and weirdest sketch shows to come out of the UK in the late 1990's. Kevin Eldon (Mao) and Mark Heap (Eno) later appeared in the incredible Chris Morris series Jam, and Heap was also a character in the sitcom Spaced which also featured Simon Pegg (the Phil Manzanera of the band) who's also gotten some notoriety for his Shaun of the Dead film last year. Big Train is also worth seeing for no other reason than the sketch where Islamic terrorists kidnap George Martin, who continues to incessently prattle on about his experiences in the studio with the Beatles, even bound and stuffed underneath a transport truck and thrown in a cell. They also recreate the birth of Frankenstein in another skit, with the monster awakening to reveal himself as Kevin Rowland of Dexy's Midnight Runners.