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back to the football Aidan Boxall(former Chelmsford City boss)has been brought in on Edinburgh coaching staff


He was initially linked with the ricay job.

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yes he turned it down feeling he would have more success at Fisher.

Fisher bigger than ricay?

Time will tell

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just like to point out not Mr Boxalls comments just what i heard

(Before i get sued or something)

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You cant compare fuc*ing McFly to Oasis! That's like comparing Steps to Pink Floyd or Led Zep!

I am in a band and i can see that McFly only know a few chords and have the writing ability of a 2 year old. Yeah, Oasis have gone really downhill since What's The Story but they are still far superior to McCrap!

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No, comparing McFly to Oasis, is like comparing Oasis to Pink Floyd.

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You cant compare fuc*ing McFly to Oasis!


both pop bands who produce mediocre music,

see it is easy to compare the two

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Whats the story morning glory is now the biggest cringe worthy album of all time, the most underated album was Be Here Now which in my opinion is better than WTSMG.

Hearin tracks like Wonderwall, Roll With It, Dont look back in anger etc just makes you wanna turn the CD off.

To say they are the most Relevant band of the time is utter garbage there are so many better bands out there at the moment and I would say Oasis are living off their name now.

If like you say a new band came along with Heathen Chemistry and Dont believe the truth they would be classed second rate.

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bring back led zep i say

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bring back led zep i say


Absolutely right there Blooming Barmy Bongo... If you like rock music then you have to like Zeppelin as they were the band that set the standard for all others to aspire to.

Robert Plant is the ultimate lead vocalist and when you listen to to a Led Zep album when you realise that you have almost rock n' roll perfection - put the music of another band on after you listen to Zeppelin and to be honest everything else just sounds flat.

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Definatley forget all the shanes, mcfly and oasis, release old hendrix, theres a man that knows have to use a guitar, not just standing there looking pretty, same as rythum and blues should be people like john t hooker, sam cooke, otis reading not the rap crap you hear these days.

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Although not appealing to the age in an image sence would you say that 60s,70, music is more relevant these days than the crap churned out today?

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you are aware that there was an awful lot of shít about in the 60's and 70's, just like there is today. there were also some fantastic bands, just like there are now.

music has an amazing power to reminisce, it can take you back to another time. The music industry is producing as much fantastic music now as it always has, you just have to look a little bit harder for it, because commercial cráp is thrown at you all the time.

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The thing is that a boy whois born in the 80s/90s can discover a band from the 60s and 70s as if they are new today.

Today there are great bands like Hope of the states, duke spirit, editors, rakes

Artic monkeys seemed ok but they are gonna get plugged to death

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and you don’t think that people born in the 90's or 0's will look back at the 80's or 90's and discover the music. The 80's is responsible for some of the best and worst music ever made.

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Ohh yes of course but Im not going to mention ever era, the 80s had some top top acts.

Although looked upon today as abit of a joke Frankie goes to hollywood were great.

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Devo - Whip it

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Although looked upon today as abit of a joke Frankie goes to hollywood were great.


I don't think you can call "Power of Love" a joke. Probably one of the greatest love songs of all time.

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You old romantic Powelly!

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You old romantic Powelly!


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