On Land And In The Sea

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Re: On Land And In The Sea

Postby WORMTOWN!! » Wed Jan 15, 2014 17:13

Does anyone know which month this original came out in 1989?

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Re: On Land And In The Sea

Postby WORMTOWN!! » Wed Jan 15, 2014 20:54

wow, been searching hard for that...thank you!!

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Postby dogsetc. » Fri Jun 20, 2014 17:26



Ryan's friend Justin again. Some real pleasures, and at the end i detect in his summary and scoring that he's starting to crack... wanting to join with the madness that is the wooden horse in the cupboard and the underlying quacking.

9 1/2 :)

(4:40, they're called 'rattles' by the way.)

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Postby Made Of Worms » Fri Jun 20, 2014 18:09

Haha, really enjoyed that, you can't hear the headplug leakage but you know exactly where he is.

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Re: On Land And In The Sea

Postby psparky27 » Fri Jun 20, 2014 19:21

i love the way his head nearly got blwon off at the beggining and then he was bopping along but has to stop ! Good old ryan ! Always a good choice to this song to see if they will eventually be able to handle this totally individual band !

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Postby psparky27 » Fri Jun 20, 2014 19:22

After two mins you cant but love this song :) And then 30 secs later the "punk " hits hahaha !

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Re: On Land And In The Sea

Postby ryan » Sat Jun 21, 2014 10:46

This was great again. He's clearly starting to get fully in, he'll soon be listening to nothing but Cardiacs for a year.

Interestingly, the next song he gives ryan is a Wildhearts one, though they don't seem to know the connection.

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Re: On Land And In The Sea

Postby Snardbafulator » Wed Jun 25, 2014 04:30

Justin's awesome, although everytime I look at that truly charming, unaffected smile I think "get thee to an orthodontist." Yeah ... I second all the remarks here. U know U want to ::twisted:

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Postby dogsetc. » Wed Jun 25, 2014 08:38

Yes, 'English teeth'... you should see mine...! :oops:

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Postby Made Of Worms » Wed Jun 25, 2014 13:05

I was allowed to turn down orthodontics on the basis of wanting to snog girls soon. :roll:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H6g1I37_r1E

I don't often smile demonstrably, not sober anyway. People mistake the resultant little inward smirks for superciliousness.
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Re: On Land And In The Sea

Postby montoid » Wed Jun 25, 2014 14:29

Did that ˆ in a school poetry contest one afternoon with a homemade giant lollipop in my hand. We'd had a school trip to an abattoir that morning so my delivery was a little dour. :? :)

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Re: On Land And In The Sea

Postby Bubby » Wed Jun 25, 2014 14:54



Another well written article. Judging from the comments at the bottom, there's likely to be a STG re-review soon.

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Re: On Land And In The Sea

Postby Snardbafulator » Wed Jun 25, 2014 16:48

Hey man, you guys ever hear of Irish Mouth? It's when your mouth is too small for the amount of teeth. My entire family has it. Orthodontia? Heh, we all had it and we failed at it. My sis, who's a high mucky-muck at a non-profit lending institution, just entered her fifth decade wearing braces (with rubber bands that fly across the room and give her cats some action).

In a couple hours I'm about to go down to the university and pick up a full set of dentures.

I feel the dental pain of my English brethren.

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