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Old 28-05-2021, 17:13
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From Forever Delayed Facebook, Friday 28th of May at 6.30pm on Radio Wales.
Huw Stephens presents a show about the Cuba gig.
About 18 minutes time tonight!
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Old 29-05-2021, 04:25
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The live piano version Orwellian, a beefy jazzy Tolerate (Enjoyed it) and Bright Eyes full band were on radio Gloucestershire yesterday...with a small wire interview
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Old 30-05-2021, 20:45
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Orwellian, looking at what was played, was given an airing on Step Into Sunday this morning on Radio 2.
So this week should see it a breakfast show staple?
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Old 30-05-2021, 21:53
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The live piano version Orwellian, a beefy jazzy Tolerate (Enjoyed it) and Bright Eyes full band were on radio Gloucestershire yesterday...with a small wire interview

Cheers, loving that version of Orwellian! Think this is is the direct link if not already shared

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p09jynw5
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Old 31-05-2021, 21:57
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How great is the BBC Sounds app? Look stuff up without listening.
Orwellian played on both Zoe Ball's and Steve Wright shows today.
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Cheers, loving that version of Orwellian! Think this is is the direct link if not already shared

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p09jynw5
Don’t suppose anyone has managed to grab these tracks as mp3s have they, I would do it myself if I knew even remotely how to... thanks 🤞👍😜
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Old 01-06-2021, 06:47
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Wasn't my doing, but it's been added to youtube here. If you want them as mp3s there's plenty of software for ripping mp3s from Youtube.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2I6ISrw0zUo
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Old 01-06-2021, 15:21
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So far only Ken Bruce played Orwellian today on R2. But Zoe Ball for second day played that Noel one of his greatest hits shit.
Hey! A List material listed! Equal whip!
I should retrain as a lifeguard
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Old 07-06-2021, 20:39
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Today week two on Radio 2.
Zoe Ball
Jeremy Vine
Sarah Cox.
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Old 08-06-2021, 08:58
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Mentioned in an article by the brilliant Daily Mash


DO you like music? You won’t like football songs then. But with the Euros on the way here’s a few ranked from whale excrement to tolerable.

Anfield Rap, Liverpool FC, 1998
There are men who’ve never heard music again after hearing this. They couldn’t forgive it. Features Bruce Grobbelaar rapping. After releasing this Liverpool lost the FA Cup to Wimbledon, and deserved worse.

World in Motion, New Order, 1990
New Order at their blandest with admittedly the only rap every Englishman aged 35-50 knows by heart. It’s a shame Joy Division can’t reunite to do their classic song for England in this tournament, New Dawn Fades.

Here We Go, Everton FC, 1985
You know that song that goes ‘Here We Go’? That f**king one.

Don’t Come Home Too Soon, Del Amitri, 1998
The foreknowledge of Scotland’s inevitable defeat runs right through this one, which must have been a great comfort for Colin Hendry and the lads as they went off to play Brazil. May as well have been titled ‘Futile Optimism in the Face of Overwhelming Odds’.

Three Lions, David Baddiel, Frank Skinner and The Lightning Seeds, 1996
F**k off, f**k off and f**k off. Gloopy, laddish, saccharine bollocks that provides an unwelcome reminder of The Lightning Seeds. Now an anthem for morons who will probably have it played at their wedding, and Sir Keir Starmer.

Together Stronger (C’mon Wales), Manic Street Preachers, 2016
A passionate slab of football strumming by the Manics, the ever-reliable Volvo of stadium rock, who resisted the impulse to call Jamie Vardy a ‘walking atrocity abortion of suicide’ like they would have in ’93.

The Big Man and the Scream Team meet the Barmy Army Uptown, Primal Scream, Irvine Welsh & On-U-Sound, 1996
What could be more patriotic than a blissed-out slice of psychedelic dub with noted Hibernian fan Irvine Welsh ranting about Rangers fans over the top? Most things really. That’s why this is still alright.
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Old 10-06-2021, 16:33
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Famed Manics fan, former wrestler and current commentator on WWE's NXT brand Wade Barrett referred to the "intense humming of evil" around wrestler Pete Dunne on this week's NXT episode. Nice one Wade!
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Old 10-06-2021, 20:38
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As much as i love the daily mash they're not exactly known for their manics love.

https://www.thedailymash.co.uk/news/...20181024178639

https://www.thedailymash.co.uk/news/...20180510164491

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Together Stronger on a montage of football songs on BBC Breakfast this morning
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Old 15-06-2021, 11:25
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Vanessa Feltz this morning at 4am and Ken Bruce on R2 today played Orwellian.
Also noticed not just an increase of ABBA songs. But some deep cuts like Eagle.
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I listened to Graham Norton's radio programme yesterday and they played Orwellian.
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