Wesbanez
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Join date: Aug 2007
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#3
Nice catch, my own history of music has a few gaps but so far I've managed to piece together:

Mozart (did some cool shit) > Fleetwood Mac (good burgers) > Acid Bath (tits) > Converge (tits) > Justin Bieber (death of music).
Dempsey68
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Join date: Nov 2008
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#4
planned to watch that but forgot, cheers for reminding me!
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Hydra150
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#5
Yeah, I saw that advertised. I've got a book by him ('big bangs in music' or something), and his previous TV show was good.
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Jehannum
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#6
It was excellent. I learned something. Looking forward to the next installment.
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#7
Goodalls stuff is usually pretty informative, his How Music Works series was awesome - you can find most of it on youtube.
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Jehannum
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#8
Quote by steven seagull
Goodalls stuff is usually pretty informative, his How Music Works series was awesome - you can find most of it on youtube.


He also did a very good radio programme on the film music of Bernard Herrmann.
Sleepy__Head
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#9
And he wrote the theme tune for Red Dwarf.

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