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Everything posted by c_s_1987

  1. I actually can't remember if I saw the hint or the photo first. Both helped.
  2. I do actually consider Phil Collins to be up with the greatest drummers of all time (well, definitely not top ten, but probably top fifty) by the way. If you don't understand why, listen to Selling England By The Pound.
  3. Michael Peter Balzary, alternatively named after a small wingless insect?
  4. I didn't recognise him the first time I saw that picture, but I did the second time, before noticing it had already been answered. No idea why.
  5. That is a pretty impressive collection. Then again, any collection with St Bernardus Abt 12 and Orval has to be good. Thanks everyone.
  6. I know this is a little old, but I'll give my two cents - that was one of the worst referee/umpire decisions in the history of sport. Where has the common sense in sport gone?
  7. I think Moby's about 45 now. I wonder how old he was in that photo?
  8. Can you tell me where my country lies, Said the unifaun to his true love's eyes. Or, at least, that's what prog rock fans will tell you SHOULD be the most recognisable lyric ever.
  9. Moby avec cheveux? (aka Richard Melville Hall)
  10. 1. Bloody Well Right - Supertramp (1974) 2. Mosquito Song - Queens of the Stone Age (2002) 3. Tom Sawyer - Rush (1981) 4. Ten Years Gone - Led Zeppelin (1975) 5. Teacher - Jethro Tull (1970) 6. Porcelain - Moby (1999) 7. Paradise City - Guns N' Roses (1987) 8. Beat It - Michael Jackson (1982) 9. Praise You - Fatboy Slim (1999) 10. She Sells Sanctuary - The Cult (1985) How the heck did all my favourites end up in the same group? It took me ages to decide on the order of the top five. In the end I relegated my two favourite bands to #4 and 5 on the basis that those songs aren't in my top 5 favourites by them.
  11. What is the opposite of a literal music video? This, I guess: Heathen Frog - Pearl Jam
  12. The only reason why I would be disappointed by this news would be if the 1971-74 lineup of Genesis was to reform, and Phil couldn't play drums. Which won't happen, anyway.
  13. Correct. Well done Google.
  14. 1. Quite Rightly So - Procol Harum (1968) 2. Tubthumping - Chumbawamba (1996) 3. Buddy Holly - Weezer (1994) 4. On The Turning Away - Pink Floyd (1987) 5. Purple Rain - Prince (1984) 6. Mysterious Ways - U2 (1991) 7. It's Oh So Quiet - Björk (1995) 8. Allison Road - Gin Blossoms (1994) 9. Goodbye Stranger - Supertramp (1979) 10. Love In An Elevator - Aerosmith (1989)
  15. A few hints: - She does sing, but she is much more famous for her guitar playing - Carlos Santana considers her to be possibly the most talented young guitarist in the world. - She also has something to do with Michael Jackson...
  16. Wikipedia has a pretty useful World Cup qualification picture, though it's a bit hard to see the small countries: Here's a larger version Green = Qualified Blue = Could qualify Red/Pink = Won't qualify Purple/Grey = Didn't enter
  17. Funny that no one has mentioned that USA secured qualification on Saturday (along with Côte d'Ivoire, Germany, Denmark, Serbia, Italy, Chile and Mexico). Well done.
  18. ^ Foxtrot - Genesis (album again, 1972) EDIT: I have to add this - I didn't think it was possible, but the remastered version of Supper's Ready from Foxtrot Remastered is actually significantly better than the other remastered version from the Platinum Collection. Not that anyone cares.
  19. I guess I'll give you the hint that it is "right now".
  20. As usual I choose to replace "song" with "album": Quadrophenia - The Who
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