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United Kingdom United Kingdom. DJ since Oct 18, 2008
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Crackerwax A fantastic song, and oddly, even more charming when done in an acoustic stylee!
Crackerwax A little tuneful guitar for you here.
Crackerwax Come on, you've got to love this right? Right?!
Crackerwax Wow. Golly. This is a bit special, right?
Crackerwax I never thought I'd end up liking musicals, but there you go, life's fucked up right?
Crackerwax "I knew that when I saw her... Gone would be all the days of my drinking and my carrying on." True. True.
Crackerwax Bonjour! Air, what a band! This reminds me of staying in London in the summer of 2001. Happy days.

AirRadio #1

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Crackerwax This wrinkle in time, I can't give it no credit... Memories of good times. Good ol' Frank.

Frank BlackHeadache

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Crackerwax She could Rock Me*, I know that much! *Not sexist, just a fact.

Liz PhairRock Me

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Crackerwax This is all kinds of wrong.
Crackerwax See what I mean. Far superior.
Crackerwax Astonishingly this isn't a patch on The Cult's version.
Crackerwax I heard this for the first time today. I'm astounded by how good it is.
Crackerwax Pure pop goodness! Roll on December 12th!
Crackerwax Last one for tonight, are you a flea bit, peanut monkey? Are any of your friends junkies? I've got a lemon squeezer if you need it.
Crackerwax A great opening track on any CD.

BETH ORTONStolen car

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Crackerwax Lovely track. Reminds me of summer picnics in the park.
Crackerwax Reminds me of an old friend. Good days.
Crackerwax I blipped this in July, but my comments stand, it's my favourite ever Christmas song. Ever! (reblip)

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