Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Ooh rye ooh rye ooh rye aye!




...does there have to be a reason?

Ten Pole Tudor -'Swords Of A Thousand Men.' mp3

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Never heard of them before so had to check them out after you left me hanging...
The drum on that track packs some punch!
SW

So It Goes said...

This will make the fourth post without any comment, Eduardo: is this right? I know I wrote a message that hasn't appeared.
BTW I was nearly chucked out of a party in 1981 for singing along loudly (and drunkenly) to this. Just thought you'd like to know.

Ed said...

SW - it rules, that there drum punch!

sig - did you leave a message on one of the last three days' ones? I know that you posted on Friday's ones. I sorta think TPT bridge the gap between the pistols and Adam and the Ants (1981 version, not '78 obviously).

Anonymous said...

Haven.t heard this for ages, made me smile, Thanks Ed

Drew

Dirk said...

Hmmmh .... wasn't it them who contributed a track or two on the Sex Pistols 'Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle'?

Cheerio,

Dirk

Jim said...

Nope, no reason needed at all.

FiL said...

I wanna know who killed Bambi...

I just took delivery of a fine t-shirt emblazoned with the timeless admonition to "Never Trust A Hippy."

Ed said...

thank you all bless you

(typical: I post on two new artists, and someone producing way out stuff, and I hear nothing! Then I post a hit single, dammit, and get lets of feedback.)

Not of course, that I am complaing about feedback!!

FiL said...

Well, we're really all just a bunch of reactionary old sods. "Call that music? In my day it were all chain mail and shoutiness..."

Anonymous said...

that is a tune and a half, it should be compulsory after the fifth pint!
A.J

Ed said...

Ach, fil, I'm a reactionary old sod m'self, always have been, see latest post on dance music for evidence of this.

A.J. Don't drink - but agree with the principle!

entrailicus said...

This band featured what had to have been one of the best two presenters the Crystal Maze ever had.

duncandonuts said...

Remember seeing this on the telly when I was about eight or so, thought it was great. Still is to be fair.