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    Your Top 20 Movies of all time!

    Ok, after the success of the Top 100 Bluemoon Songs and Albums, let's venture down a different path and hit the Movies. Lets find out what the official greatest film of all time is on here. Rules! 1. Your top 20 movie list must be privately sent to me (I won't miss it, and will reply with a...
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    Bluemoon's Official Top 100 Albums

    1 The Stone Roses The Stone Roses 20 295 2 Pink Floyd Dark Side Of The Moon 12 160 3 David Bowie Hunky Dory 11 151 4 Oasis Definitely Maybe 12 146 5 The Smiths The Queen Is Dead 10 138 6 Oasis (What's The Story) Morning Glory ? 11 134 7 David Bowie Ziggy Stardust...
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    Bluemoon's Official Top 100 Songs

    Number Band Song Selected Points 1 Pink Floyd Comfortably Numb 8 101 2 The Smiths There Is A Light That Never Goes Out 6 97 3 The Who Won't Get Fooled Again 6 90 4 Led Zeppelin Kashmir 6 84 5 David Bowie Life On Mars 6 82 6 The Beatles A Day in the life 5 81 7 The Stone...
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    Is it better to be ignorant ?

    Not in a malice sense. but there’s just so many problems in the world that if you spend enough time watching/reading it becomes very heavy and leads to anxiety and depression. whilst some people can just switch off from it all and not have a care in the world and just go about there day, no...
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    Bluehammer's 'Top 100 Greatest Songs of All Time'

    100 Always had a soft spot for REM but found them really inconsistent- this is a catchy one I always hear in my head. REM - What's The Frequency, Kenneth ?
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    Your favourite track from each of these artists ...

    Oasis = The Beatles = Pink Floyd = Bob Dylan = Rolling Stones =
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    No more Album of the Week

    I was ready to start fresh then the pick was B*Witched - thought no, f*ck this. so that’s it. Over. End of an era.
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    Your favourite chilled out dance tune ?

    Would like to get some more tunes like this on my playlist.
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    When life throws surprises ...

    Me and Mrs Bluehammer was sent to the hospital today for what we thought was confirmation of our second miscarriage as there has been some bleeding these last few today. At the the scan we sat waiting for the inevitable news but then to our shock was told by the sonographer ‘there is a...
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    Album of the week - Puff Daddy (No Way Out)

    No Way Out is the debut studio album by American rapper Puff Daddy. It was released on July 22, 1997 by Bad Boy Records and Arista Records. The album's crediting of "The Family" references the guest appearances from his label-mates and other artists, where Puff Daddy initially gained recognition...
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    Album of the week - The Police (Ghost In The Machine)

    Ghost in the Machine is the fourth studio album by English rock band The Police. The album was originally released on 2 October 1981 by A&M. The songs were recorded between January and September 1981 during sessions that took place at AIR Studios in Montserrat and Le Studio in Quebec, assisted...
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    Album of the week - Richard Ashcroft (Alone with Everybody)

    Alone with Everybody is the first solo album by English singer-songwriter Richard Ashcroft, released via Hut Records in June 2000 . The songs "A Song for the Lovers", "C'mon People (We're Making It Now)" and "New York" were initially recorded with the Verve for their 1997 album Urban Hymns, but...
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    Album of the week - The White Stripes (The White Stripes)

    The White Stripes is the debut studio album by American rock duo the White Stripes, released on June 15, 1999. The album was produced by Jim Diamond and vocalist/guitarist Jack White, recorded in January 1999 at Ghetto Recorders and Third Man Studios in Detroit. White dedicated the album to...
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    Album of the day - Basement Jaxx (Rooty)

    Rooty is the second studio album by English electronic music duo Basement Jaxx, released in June 2001 by record labels XL and Astralwerks in the UK and US respectively. Like its predecessor Remedy, Rooty was well-received critically and commercially. Five singles were released from the album...
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    Album of the day - Professor Green (At Your Inconvenience)

    At Your Inconvenience Don't Piss Me off Read All About It Feat Emeli Sande Spinning Out Feat Fink Remedy Feat Ruth - Anne Cunningham How Many Moons Astronaut Avalon Feat Sierra Kusterbeck Doll Never Be A Right Time Feat Ed Drewett Today I Cried Nightmares Feat Royce Da 5' 9" and Kobe Forever...
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    Album of the day - Limp Bizkit (Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water)

    Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water is the third studio album by American band Limp Bizkit, released on October 17, 2000 by Flip and Interscope Records. Intro Hot Dog My Generation Full Nelson My Way Rollin’ (Air Raid Vehicle) Livin’ It Up The One Getcha Groove On Take A...
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    Album of the day - Johnny Cash (American III: Solitary Man)

    American III: Solitary Man is a studio album by Johnny Cash. It was released on October 17, 2000, by American Recordings. It is the third album in Cash's American series. I Won't Back Down Solitary Man That Lucky Old Sun (Just Rolls Around Heaven All Day) One Nobody I See A Darkness The...
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    Do Tourists ruin sight seeing trips ?

    Just finding it a drag to go and see some real wonderful sights ruined by so many others tourists fighting to have selfies with their massive sticks - recent trip to Paris, Eiffel Tower was so packed. Could barely move and had to wait nearly an hour for lift to top and it was a squeeze to even...
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    Album of the day - The Thrills (So Much For The City)

    So Much for the City is the debut album of the Irish indie/pop band The Thrills. It was released in May 2003 and quickly became the number one in the Republic of Ireland where it spent 61 weeks in the top 75, and also won 'Album of the Year' at the national music awards. It was also very...
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    Album of the day - Texas (Careful What You Wish For)

    Careful What You Wish For is the seventh album by Scottish rock band Texas, released 20 October 2003. The album went on to achieve gold status in the UK for 100,000 copies sold 1. Telephone X 2. Broken 3. Carnival Girl - feat. Kardinal Offishall 4. I'll See It Through 5. Where Did You Sleep ...
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