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« on: 07-30-2006 14:12 »

Awww I am watching the final one right now it is very sad to see it go. I grow up watching the show. My dad use to tape the show during the 80ís and I would watch it everyday. Do you guys have any memories about the show?




« Reply #1 on: 08-01-2006 04:06 »

Um, memories. Um. When it was good?

Seriously, I don't think it's been the same since the 90's. It used to be kind of a weekly celebration of the best of British music with live bands actually playing live. Now the likes of McFly (spits) have to fit filming a pre-recorded segment into their "busy schedules" and American R&B seems to fill the charts every summer.

It went into an inescapable nosedive when Andy Peters took charge. Ed the Duck would have been a better producer.
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