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March 06, 2006

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poesboes

Great Brian!
I'm happy to say i had the winning bid on the WFMU ebay offering of 'Wibbling Rivalry' last year! Rock 'n roll at it's rockiest.

watts pilgrimm

even more relevent now as the battle for the falklands is about to begin again! what bollox!
You are a good man Brian. Can't you do something about it? What if we brits get called up to go fight? can i come and hide in your bucket of smut? hmmm

too sussed

These Animal Men were a cool mod-punk band. They were much better than any indie that was happening in the USA at that time, such as the dorks in Pavement with their silly lyrics and ugly clothes, or the old ugly men in Guided By Voices who were more concerned about drinking beers than putting on an interesting show.

In 2006 you have all these over praised American bands like Paniac At The Disco, The Faint, VHS Or Beta, Dandy Warhols, Solva, and so on who have more in with the style and ideas that These Animal Men did back in the 1990s. I don't see that many modern bands trying to copy the styles and idea of bands like like Pavement or GBV because they stuff just has no style and it's not assiocated with youth culture, it's just a bunch of dorks going on stage and playing for beer in their flannel shirts and silly lyrics

one of the guys from These Animal Men

yeah thanks for that show of support mate. I too hated the silly ltrics of Pavement. Loretta's Scars?!?!?! What does that even mean?!?!? And to Brian Turner (who ever that is) of course we know who Quentin Crisp is (the guy that invented the cereal with that little guy with that little like-spinny thing on his head...right? It's been years now). Anyway this Opera was a load of shite!!! And it's historically inaccurate THERE WAS NO HIP HOP IN BRITAIN IN 1982!!!!!!!!! Good Day Sir

Curtis Hines Bernard

Hey "one of the guys from These Animal Men"... ever heard of a little number called "Wot" by Captain Sensible- year of release 1982.

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