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  1. Cancel my subscription; all horrible!

  2. Ian Marchant says:

    Rilly? You surprise me. I can see how the last one might be a bit much…

  3. Dru says:

    The power of a name. This is how That Dog got their name

    “I was driving with a friend one night and we say this dog at the side of the road that had been run over and flattened and I started to shiver,” says Anna, remembering the divine (or demonic) inspiration behind the band. “She asked what was wrong and I said, That dog! That dog! And she said, Hey that would be a great band name! And I said, Yeah – let’s start a band.”

  4. Ian Marchant says:

    Back in 1997, or maybe 1996, Charlie and I were watching Top of the Pops together. It was the time of the first Sex Pistols revival. Time had been cruel on the lads (Glen Matlock looked the best, by a strange irony), and their 19777 era costumes looked ridiculous. They were like too much sausage meat crammed into too small skins, even if the skins were designed by Vivienne Westwood.
    I said to Charlie, ‘They look like your dad if he wore his clothes from 20 years ago… my God! Your Dad… what a great name for a band.’ And so it came to pass.

  5. Graham says:

    Re whatever. I wasn’t there. Oh no. I clicked on the link, saw the name of the singer, saw the words ‘sunset on the Isle of Wight’ and then I shit my pants. Thanks, mate.

  6. Lucy says:

    Hi Ian, I was looking for a reference to something of the night when I found myself here! Next time you’re walking on the Downs, have a listen to Brighton’s finest http://www.myspace/fourloversmusic
    xx

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