What signed stuff do you have?

do you ask for autographs?

no way, i'm too shy, and besides, it's useless
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no, i've never found any famous person in my life
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yeah, if i'm in the mood or if i have the chance
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YES!! Of course! i stalk people i like till I get my everythings signed
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Postby Gogz on Thu May 08, 2003 3:02 pm

I went through a phase of collecting autographed lp sleeves at the
stage door for heavy rock/prog rock bands. This would have between
the ages of 13-16. I used to have Rory Gallagher, Ian Anderson
(of Jethro Tull), Andy Latimer (Camel) and all of The Scorpions :oops:
I also had Glenn Michael's (out of Glenn Michael's Cavalcade) autograph.
And my favourite song's entitled "Boredom"
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Postby vantage firebird on Thu May 08, 2003 3:07 pm

A couple of mates of mine have the lead singer of and you will know us by the trail of dead's autograph which one of them got on the back of a receipt for some flowers.

The guy wrote 'Thanks for the flowers'

My other mate just gave him a blank piece of paper and the singer wrote 'Love your mom'.
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Postby beat on Thu May 08, 2003 3:11 pm

Damon Albarn - signed concert ticket
Saint Etienne - Photograph (well not to difficult to get that as a member
of the SE fanclub!?)
Nick Hornby - in his book "How to be Good"

and a bunch of drawings from bands I did interviews with. You can check them out on our website www.b-si.de in the gallery. But I guess that doesn' count really.
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Postby pinball on Thu May 08, 2003 3:14 pm

Anonymous wrote:
"Thank you for sharing our stage".

aww nooo!....you didnae get bladdered and start stage diving at that one ..did ye? :D


Nah me and #10 played some tunes before and after they played.

I remember both Brett and Rennie singing along to my (well, my dad's) old vinyl copy of Wichita Lineman. It was very touching. They also liked the track we played by Shack, as I recall.
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Postby GG on Thu May 08, 2003 3:18 pm

NV, if you said something like that to norman he'd probably ask you out for a coffee and insist on paying.
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Postby lakshmi on Thu May 08, 2003 3:22 pm

ticket- david gedge *
ticket -dick dale
cd - stephen pastel
poster - pete shelley and steve diggle
single - all the members of marine research


* PS - a wedding present song was on dawson's creek last night.
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Postby pinball on Thu May 08, 2003 3:24 pm

lakshmi wrote:ticket- david gedge *
ticket -dick dale
cd - stephen pastel
poster - pete shelley and steve diggle
single - all the members of marine research


* PS - a wedding present song was on dawson's creek last night.
:oops:


WHICH ONE??!!!

Man, there's some good tracks used on that show, shite and all as it is.
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Postby pinball on Thu May 08, 2003 3:25 pm

GG wrote:NV, if you said something like that to norman he'd probably ask you out for a coffee and insist on paying.


at the risk of "black pot calling kettle" being used in response to this mail - "show off". :wink:
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Postby lakshmi on Thu May 08, 2003 3:26 pm

their cover of pleasant valley sunday - almost in its entirety!!!!
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Postby pinball on Thu May 08, 2003 3:33 pm

Ah!

With the buzzy echoey effect on the guitar. It's only a belter. The b-side of number 5 in the hit parade "Cailfornia" unless I'm very much mistaken.
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Postby lakshmi on Thu May 08, 2003 3:37 pm

the best/weirdest thing was, most of it was just the song with no dialogue, just a montage of dawson and friends running around to the the wedding present.
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Postby Eddie Walsh on Thu May 08, 2003 3:37 pm

Swill-Men they couldn't hang.Beat him at pool twice in a pub in Chiswick. I was wearing a Glastonbury t-shirt.He said he was in a band,I asked who.He said TMTCH.I had an album.We had a great chat.Circa 1990/91.Didn't recognise him.
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Chris Mills.
Most were got in a great little venue in Kilkenny Ireland called Cleeres.He gets some good gigs there and the setting is very intimate.
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Postby weeeddiemcludgie on Thu May 08, 2003 3:41 pm

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Postby Narodnaia Volia on Thu May 08, 2003 3:43 pm

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NV, if you said something like that to norman he'd probably ask you out for a coffee and insist on paying.

Is that so? :shock:
So i'm not talking to him at all... i can imagine myself in a coffee shop staring at Norman with nothing to say... that would be the most horrible awful situation ever!
Well, i would obviosuly thank for the coffee... i'm not always rude he he
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Postby pinball on Thu May 08, 2003 3:53 pm

Eddie Walsh wrote:Rennie Sparks-Handsome Family.
Chris Mills.
Most were got in a great little venue in Kilkenny Ireland called Cleeres.He gets some good gigs there and the setting is very intimate.


See. Everyone gets to meet Rennie!

I've met some others like but they've never signed anything or whatever. Julian thingy (didn't like him) and Albert Hammond JR (great name, nice enough fella) out of the Strokes. Gorki's, mad woman out of Drugstore, Thalia Zadek, ach allsorts, I'm getting on a bit now and should know better.
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