#1
Oh my...Does anyone remember the show 'Stingray'?
http://youtube.com/watch?v=ChEwH0B92OA

Such an awesome show....Although it has to be said that the theme tune was so much like the Thunderbirds theme.
So did anyone watch it? What were your thoughts on it?

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#2
it was good, but nowhere near as good as thunderbirds. and I agree, and theme was epic.
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#4
Anyone remember the show 'Bandit' on TGIF years ago?
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#5
Enter shakari rule.

Seen them 3 times haha

although theyre getting old now.

anyway back onto topic.....


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#6
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its ALSO an enter shikari song


Lol....How do you think I remembered the show? Thank you Wikipedia for reminding me of such mastery of puppets...
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Enter shakari rule.

Seen them 3 times haha

although theyre getting old now.

anyway back onto topic.....


No.


"getting old now"?

They've only been remotely known for about 5 minutes.

Throwaway music for you...
#8
i think it was made by gerry anderson, who made thunderbirds. and space precinct.

pointless fact: when they did hand shots in thunderbirds, a lot of the women's hands were done by his wife.
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#9
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Enter shakari rule.

Seen them 3 times haha

although theyre getting old now.

anyway back onto topic.....


No.


getting old?

you pass a judgement on a band based on how 'in' they are?
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#10
man ive liked enter shikari for over a year and a half, most of them come from around london so i was going to their gigs when they just started out.

now all these crappy new rave and emo kids are getting into them and theyve sold out
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man ive liked enter shikari for over a year and a half, most of them come from around london so i was going to their gigs when they just started out.

now all these crappy new rave and emo kids are getting into them and theyve sold out


They come from St.Albans and having lived there i've been seeing them live for years, i forget how long. They are very 'flavour of the month' in regards to their current surge of mainstream popularity, and the scene kids have been latched onto them for ages.

But ya, Stingray, Captain Scarlet, Thunderbirds, etc ftw.
#12
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getting old?

you pass a judgement on a band based on how 'in' they are?


Aye, I think he just secured any doubt that they were NOT a throwaway band.
#13
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man ive liked enter shikari for over a year and a half, most of them come from around london so i was going to their gigs when they just started out.

now all these crappy new rave and emo kids are getting into them and theyve sold out


Erm, well I happened to have known them (not actually by choice ) for about a year if not longer, and they don't seem to have changed at all.