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i think the notes to 'Hunter Shot By Yellow Rabbit' refer to the snotty so'n'so's who despite probably obeying every law ever made, because thats how they were bought up in their 'do right' world, still think they have the right to break the law and hunt foxes despite it been illegal.
Rabbits? Foxes? Vermin? I find the hunters more despicable to look at with their self-rightesious smug grins and looking down on people from their horses wearing their red n black uniforms.

Ill be passing the gun to rabbit!
Go bunny, go! :-)


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NAVEL OF LIGHT wrote:
i think the notes to 'Hunter Shot By Yellow Rabbit' refer to the snotty so'n'so's who despite probably obeying every law ever made, because thats how they were bought up in their 'do right' world, still think they have the right to break the law and hunt foxes despite it been illegal.
Rabbits? Foxes? Vermin? I find the hunters more despicable to look at with their self-rightesious smug grins and looking down on people from their horses wearing their red n black uniforms.

Ill be passing the gun to rabbit!
Go bunny, go! :-)


Spot on NOL :arrow: when i see those horsemen/women not only hunting the amimals but whipping protesters it drives the hell into me.......

Tally ho my arse :evil: :x :evil:

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I'm glad it's not about fish...I've banged a few thousand on the head over the years. :oops: my wife does eat them though 8)


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I'm glad it's not about fish...I've banged a few thousand on the head over the years. :oops: my wife does eat them though 8)



does edgar fish, i seem to remeber seeing a clip somewhere where he is holding a rod


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Got my copy yesterday, Space Rock for the new millenium (well new-ish millenium anyway)

I like Bianca's rather tongue in cheek descriptions of the tracks inside too!

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I'm glad it's not about fish...I've banged a few thousand on the head over the years. :oops: my wife does eat them though 8)



does edgar fish, i seem to remeber seeing a clip somewhere where he is holding a rod

He's pictured in one of the videos, I forget which, fishing in a pond for a rather large beachball. I thought it might be an oblique reference to moonraking but I'm probably wrong.


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Chris Monk wrote:
cantosis wrote:
sparrow wrote:
I'm glad it's not about fish...I've banged a few thousand on the head over the years. :oops: my wife does eat them though 8)



does edgar fish, i seem to remeber seeing a clip somewhere where he is holding a rod

He's pictured in one of the videos, I forget which, fishing in a pond for a rather large beachball. I thought it might be an oblique reference to moonraking but I'm probably wrong.


If anyone knows what video it is please let me know so i can view it again.


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cantosis wrote:
Chris Monk wrote:
cantosis wrote:
sparrow wrote:
I'm glad it's not about fish...I've banged a few thousand on the head over the years. :oops: my wife does eat them though 8)



does edgar fish, i seem to remeber seeing a clip somewhere where he is holding a rod

He's pictured in one of the videos, I forget which, fishing in a pond for a rather large beachball. I thought it might be an oblique reference to moonraking but I'm probably wrong.


If anyone knows what video it is please let me know so i can view it again.


think it could be the extra's on the Inferno DVD.


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cantosis wrote:
Chris Monk wrote:
cantosis wrote:
sparrow wrote:
I'm glad it's not about fish...I've banged a few thousand on the head over the years. :oops: my wife does eat them though 8)



does edgar fish, i seem to remeber seeing a clip somewhere where he is holding a rod

He's pictured in one of the videos, I forget which, fishing in a pond for a rather large beachball. I thought it might be an oblique reference to moonraking but I'm probably wrong.


If anyone knows what video it is please let me know so i can view it again.

It may be on the MFD DVD. If memory serves me correctly it's during Lakes of Pontchartrain.


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Chris Monk wrote:
cantosis wrote:
Chris Monk wrote:
cantosis wrote:
sparrow wrote:
I'm glad it's not about fish...I've banged a few thousand on the head over the years. :oops: my wife does eat them though 8)



does edgar fish, i seem to remeber seeing a clip somewhere where he is holding a rod

He's pictured in one of the videos, I forget which, fishing in a pond for a rather large beachball. I thought it might be an oblique reference to moonraking but I'm probably wrong.


If anyone knows what video it is please let me know so i can view it again.

It may be on the MFD DVD. If memory serves me correctly it's during Lakes of Pontchartrain.


yes i think you right, that is the only DVD I have aprt from the recent live ones so it must be that.


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I’ll buy it tell September. :D :wink:


On 2nd thought I’ll buy it in July. :D :wink:


And I’m not going review it. :(





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NAVEL OF LIGHT wrote:
i think the notes to 'Hunter Shot By Yellow Rabbit' refer to the snotty so'n'so's who despite probably obeying every law ever made, because thats how they were bought up in their 'do right' world, still think they have the right to break the law and hunt foxes despite it been illegal.
Rabbits? Foxes? Vermin? I find the hunters more despicable to look at with their self-rightesious smug grins and looking down on people from their horses wearing their red n black uniforms.

Ill be passing the gun to rabbit!
Go bunny, go! :-)


Spot on NOL :arrow: when i see those horsemen/women not only hunting the amimals but whipping protesters it drives the hell into me.......

Tally ho my arse :evil: :x :evil:


come the revolution we'll chase them with a pack of hounds !!

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come the revolution we'll chase them with a pack of hounds !!

if there's a revolution in the UK export it to Germany too please :)


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[....] viewsfromaredtrain has grown on BM like a gigantic boil [...] pretty decent music [...] its no turkey [...] more a huge graceful dove of peace [...]

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bigmoog wrote:
[....] viewsfromaredtrain has grown on BM like a gigantic boil [...] pretty decent music [...] its no turkey [...] more a huge graceful dove of peace [...]



Listening to it now, has not grown on me like MFD, (I hated that one at first but now its one of my favorites)0. I think it is an ok album, wouldn`t make a song and dance about it, decent tunes with some very good guitar playing by BB, the guitar playing probably saves the album from being forgetfull.

so overall not in the same league as other recent TD albums but by no means a turkey.


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