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7 minutes ago, Given To Fly said:

 

you have manc in you then. do you like the stone roses ? i loved the film spike island.

 

I don't have manc in me. My fam are from down south, but my uncle had a teaching job up there and I used to stay with him in the school holidays as a kid.

 

Yeah I dig the Stone Roses. Got into them through the Matt Hoffman's Pro BMX soundtrack.

 

I haven't seen Spike Island, will check it out.

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I don't believe anyone could listen to this classic and not feel their vibrations lift...    

Well if I may?   For you young ones who have never heard music   and if your hips are not 'rocking' by the end of this then YOU already took the vaccine      

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31 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

I don't have manc in me. My fam are from down south, but my uncle had a teaching job up there and I used to stay with him in the school holidays as a kid.

 

Yeah I dig the Stone Roses. Got into them through the Matt Hoffman's Pro BMX soundtrack.

 

I haven't seen Spike Island, will check it out.

 

the film spike island brings me back to my youth. i fucking love it.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spike_Island_(film)

 

and the quote what tits says about stone roses album in the film: "it shimmers and jangles like sunshine and rain. sends shivers up your spine"

 

couldn't say it better.

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This was about 5 years ago, a song I heard on the Radio ... I heard it today and it reminded me of a time when I was connecting with Nature... 

Not really "My type of music" - but the vibes of the times for me when I heard this is what's special. May humanity re-bond with Nature! 

 

Edit: Nature is the Queen on the "chessboard".

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On 6/3/2020 at 4:48 PM, EnigmaticWorld said:

Still won't forget my roots as a working class kid that grew up in council estates.

 

 

I just wish some of my role models would remember their roots too instead of jumping on whatever agenda the elites are currently pushing. Oasis is a bit of a love or hate band, but I had some great memories listening to them when I would go and stay at my uncle's house up in Manchester as a kid.

Liam epitomises everything most Mancs hate. Scally. Noel on the other hand - seems to be a top bloke. 

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I hated Oasis for so long, until I took acid with a bunch of close friends, and finally Champagne Supernova made sense, and it became something almost holy between us. I gives a big nod out to the drug culture of the day... which was something I loved and survived.

 

 

Edit, it was acid, even on speed I didn't GET Oasis, until I took LSD.

 

 

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very privileged to be a manc in that era ( well...still a Mank (as I prefer to spell it) but ex pat now)

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