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is nothing sacred?
Last Post 04 Mar 2003 08:38 AM by john@soundweb.ie. 10 Replies.
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04 Mar 2003 08:38 AM
    its official - they are trying to piss us off on purpose - what am i talking about? SIX's performance of Neil Young's "after the goldrush" performed at Meteor Awards last night. sacrilege aside - how they could f u c k it up sooo badly beggars belief...
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    05 Mar 2003 05:05 AM
    Good Jesus. I wasn't going to watch since the Last Post didn't win best album, but I have to see this...
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    05 Mar 2003 06:44 AM
    Pearl Jam - Jeremy next.....
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    05 Mar 2003 03:53 PM
    There'll be plenty to watch too, since RTE have extended the program by 30 mins, pushing No Disco's Planxty special back to very-late-indeed.
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    05 Mar 2003 04:01 PM
    Nothing has EVER been sacred... Be thankful they didn't do Come as you are or something. Mad entertaining that would be...
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    05 Mar 2003 04:42 PM
    after the goldrush is probably neil young's best song n all...christ above
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    06 Mar 2003 06:38 AM
    I watched it last night.... God that was embarrasing.....
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    06 Mar 2003 06:52 AM
    aaaaaaaaaaaaaagh it looked even worse on tv - plus they are s h i t e mimers too... i must ask neil about all this when he flies in to play vicar street... surely he can't have given this muck his blessing???
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    06 Mar 2003 11:57 AM
    and its their next single too. good to see skylarkin' winning tho. neil young is €105 so he's having the last laugh on the music listening public to some degree
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    07 Mar 2003 12:36 AM
    Sacrilege admittedly, right up there with Gareth Gimp and Will Twat destroying The Long and Winding Road forever..
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    07 Mar 2003 05:23 PM
    I wouldn't be too pissed off about it. It's not like Six are going to be around much longer or even remembered in a few years. Let them cover it, I doubt they will sell many singles of it anyway. Six were a two month fad that's all.
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