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Posted on Nov 09 at 11:52 AM by Anonymous

Gauche teenagers,
North East England,
Find solace comes from Athens GA.
Bid to create self expression
every Wednesday, after school.
Tape recorder
backwards forwards
listen again
again
again.
Murky vocals
deep in hissing
clunking buzzing
monophone.

So, every Wednesay in the mid to late 1980s we would have a "band rehearsal", me coming along late after orchestra practice, Jon Telfer, Mark Thirkettle, Graham Smith thrashing out our REM-alikes, trying to decipher lyrics on an old casette recorder.

Posted on Nov 08 at 10:49 AM by Anonymous

Can you hear me? This was always the song for me. Waste of time sitting still? Too right. Loved it in the 80s. Fast Forward to the rearranged Hyde Park gig in 2005. Peter Buck speaks. Out for a walk, a man stopped him and asked him to play a song. So this is for the walker. That familiar riff rings out. Twenty years fall away as a large park in London brings back memories of a cold theatre in Liverpool. I can hear. Mike, Michael, Bill and Peter thanks for a lifetime of music.

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