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18 May 2018 12:43 #273623 by SebastianBludd
Musically speaking I grew up in the middle of nowhere so it was pretty awesome seeing Motorhead for the first time on The Young Ones.
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18 May 2018 18:16 #273637 by Michael Barnes
The Young Ones was the first place I heard The Damned and where I realized that Madness had more than one song. Also, Rip Rig + Panic.
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18 May 2018 18:43 - 18 May 2018 18:46 #273639 by Colorcrayons
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Minor bit of ot, but I was shocked to see Vyvyan look remotely normal, let alone cast in the last Jedi:

starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Adrian_Edmondson

Just so weird. I imagine him always having 4 brass stars embedded in his forehead. Forever.
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18 May 2018 19:04 #273643 by Michael Barnes
I KNOW RIGHT? That freaked me out. I was thinking "gosh, he really turned out bad after University..."

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19 May 2018 05:35 #273657 by mc
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Southernman wrote:

mc wrote: I think the only other show that came close to that for me was Ashes to Ashes, the one about that time travelling cop. Not anywhere near the same volume though and I was familiar with most of it already.
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The original British series had a lot of good Brit 80s music all through it and its predecessor, Life on Mars, was probably to same for 70s music but I can't remember now.



Yeah that's the one I meant - was there an American remake or something? Don't think that made it over here (I'm in Australia).

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19 May 2018 05:41 #273658 by mc
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Michael Barnes wrote: The Young Ones was the first place I heard The Damned and where I realized that Madness had more than one song. Also, Rip Rig + Panic.


I seem to remember there's a neneh cherry connection to that band? I remember the song as well, all those were great on that show, even the dylan cover. I just got "11 past 11" in my head.

Also, Ade Edmondson makes a great appearance in the film clip of Terry by Kirsty McColl... worth a look, good song too.
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19 May 2018 07:27 #273659 by southernman
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Michael Barnes wrote: The Young Ones was the first place I heard The Damned and where I realized that Madness had more than one song. Also, Rip Rig + Panic.


Suggs had one of the best lines of the series (OK, not really but it was funny):
Rik: Do you lot know "Summer Holiday" by Cliff Richard?
Suggs: You hum it... I'll smash your face in.
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19 May 2018 08:16 #273660 by Michael Barnes
Yeah, Neneh Cherry was in Rip Rig + Panic...at the time I didn’t know about The Pop Group, later I found out it was two not-Mark Stewart guys from that great band that were RR+P.

You know there is an Adrian Edmonton board game- “How to Be a Complete Bastard”.
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19 May 2018 10:07 #273669 by stoic
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I always thought that there was a good for a tv show soundtrack in the scifi series Roswell.

www.tunefind.com/show/roswell
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19 May 2018 16:05 #273686 by CranBerries
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SuperflyTNT wrote: The Wire, Justified, and Bosch all had good theme songs.


Bosch! My wife loves that show. After hearing her talk about it all the time I went to Amazon to watch it, and accidentally watched the fourth season finale first. Wow, I thought, they sure covered a lot of ground in the pilot!

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03 Jul 2020 20:33 #311661 by OhBollox
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Letterkenny. As well as being a very sharp comedy (thank you Canada), it features some excellent tunes.

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03 Jul 2020 22:00 #311669 by mc
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The "High Fidelity" TV show that came out earlier this year has a really good soundtrack.

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