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Philip King
Philip King
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Philip King Dec 7
Fred's. I remember that very well.
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Philip King Dec 7
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Philip King Dec 2
Replying to @SICrecords
He lives round the corner from you, doesn't he?
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Philip King Dec 2
Never seen one so far - but will keep 'em peeled ;)
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Philip King Dec 2
Replying to @evjanderson
Bit late to the thread - but we would be lost without our DVD player - and there are some brilliant bargains in the charity shops.
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Philip King Dec 1
Replying to @robgrew
He liked Watney's.
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Philip King Dec 1
Littleknownrockfact : Elvis Presley liked British beer because it reminded him of when he was in the army in Germany.
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Philip King Nov 30
Replying to @spinalpinkeye
And 'Phil's Looking For A Girl' in the same issue...
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Philip King Nov 30
Happy birthday Billy Idol
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Philip King Nov 28
If you like that, you will like this...
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Philip King Nov 28
Rob Symmons has got a theory about that. He said the rumour in his school playground was that it was an alien.
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Philip King Nov 28
Music for the Saga generation?
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Philip King Nov 25
Opposite the Tolworth Toby Jug (where David Bowie started his Ziggy Stardust tour in 1972).
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Philip King Nov 24
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Philip King Nov 23
Replying to @londonphilking
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Philip King Nov 23
Happy birthday Doctor Who.
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Philip King Nov 23
Am proud to say that my 'All The Young Droogs - 60 Juvenile Delinquent Wrecks From The 70’s' boxset is out in January on - and before you ask, no it's not on vinyl ;)
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Philip King Nov 23
Wonder what this 'Space Age' electric bass sounded like?
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Philip King Nov 20
For all you Sagittarians out there.
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Philip King Nov 20
Oh c,mon the theme to Sir Prancelot is amazing and listen to the rhythm guitar...that there is the inspiration for British post-punk as Subway Sect guitarist Rob Symmons told me he used to practise to it in 1976.
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