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Wednesday, April 27, 2005

bloody hell

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CAROLINE MONRO - TAR AND CEMENT
hammer horror queen does francoise hardy.
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8 comment(s):

Wow awesome song! Even better than the original one. Thanks for this one!

By Anonymous Gee, at 28 April, 2005 16:27  

Ah, absolutely brilliant!!! It works really well :)

I always wondered if somebody had ever done a cover of that song, and now you go and post an awesome one Mordi. Many thanks!!!!!!!!!

By Anonymous Rachel, at 28 April, 2005 16:58  

good grief i'm sorry i have to disagree - her voice is pants and the backing track is insane, not even in tune in places! They must n't have known the track!Francoise's version is MUCH better - still it an amusing curio...better than the original! Pah!

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 28 April, 2005 18:11  

...excellent blog though!

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 28 April, 2005 18:14  

i really like it - have to love it purely for the title alone!

By Anonymous baker, at 28 April, 2005 23:32  

I agree-- Francoise reigns supreme, but it's still a very good take on it. Tar and Cement, though?

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 30 April, 2005 06:00  

Ambassador, you're really spoiling us!

By Blogger Trashbinder, at 01 May, 2005 10:17  

Not a bad version, but Francoise is better. Just for the record though, Mademoiselle Hardy's version is a cover in itself! The original is Il Ragazzo Della Via Gluck ("The Boy From Gluck Street") by Adriano Celentano, although since he's a man, half of you probably won't be interested :-)

By Blogger Tom K, at 03 May, 2005 23:54  

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