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Song Of The Day – The Best Songs Of 2020
Good riddance 20-fucking-20! A forgettable year for many, that won’t soon be forgotten by us all. Have you heard that the virus may have mutated into another strain? Maybe 2021 will be the same as 2020? Great times! And yeah, … Continue reading
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Song Of The Day – Last Christmas by Wham!
From the album ‘Music From The Edge of Heaven’ (1986) Merry Christmas amigos! Wham! In 4K! You know you love it.
Essential Listening: The Best Albums Of 2016
For progressives (a term I loathe personally, as it implies – and it most cases applies – a self-righteous monopoly on the truth) 2016 may well go down as one of the worst in recent memory; Brexit, Trump’s unfathomable election, … Continue reading
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Song Of The Day – Jingle Bells by Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass
From the album ‘Christmas Album’ (1968)
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