Pink turns blue - Where have you been all my life!?

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Why did no body here show me this band sooner?! You been holding out on me?
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I read the thread name and assumed you were referring to an accident involving a cock-ring that you'd left on too long.

Look, don't ask me how I know about these things - I'm only trying to give you the wisdom of my...experience.
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That's impressive work, derailing a thread so spectacularly so quickly :urff:
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I've been given a copy of their Re-Union compilation a few months ago by a friend. Pretty intense stuff and I quite liked it.
Especially the 1st song springs to mind: Your Master Is Calling


It kind of reminded me of The Sound in a way. Another band from the early eighties that could 've been as popular as Echo & The Bunnymen or even early U2, but never did. I love those guys a lot and From The Lions Mouth is my fave The Sound LP. Last track of that: New Dark Age
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From The Sound the "I Can't Escape Myself" was a smash hit of 80's in my country and known to all 40+.
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Cool. I Can't escape myself is ace too!
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This has been one derailment after another :lol:
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ooh sorry, I didn't know I was only allowed to talk about Pink Turns Blue :wink:
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Hey, I'm up for talking about strangulated schlong and bands for days, man! I was just exited about the band that I just discovered :lol: it's so rare that i enjoy a band this much.
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