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It's fairly unlikely you'd have made it here without ever having heard of Jason's previous incarnation. So here you go, talk away...

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who's yer man i think he's american who laughs and says stuff and kinda ruins one of the tracks on recurring. i'm guessin he's one of the mudhoney boys?

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i think that's Sonic

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you sure? definitely sounds american to me, it's about the 4th or 5th track and it has handclaps on it. savage album though.

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YOu are talking about Set Me Free (Reprise)

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It's Pete alright. 'Think its gonna end pretty soon... burp... ...giggle...''

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Pete is saying in The Catalogue - Feb. '91 that he wanted laughing between all his tracks, with good sequencing.
not bad idea.
that would have been sad idea for the other albums, but for Recurring it could have worked.

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and is that pete singing aswell then?

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Post by Starfish »

Unless you really do mean 'Recurrying' and it's a completely different album you're talking about.

I think that one's by the Spicemen 3.





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"spicemen 3"

usually i try to avoid posts that don't have any information, but that was fucking hilarious. my compliments.

Yes, that is Pete and I think it adds to the sleepy drug-addledness of both versions of the song, but it is pretty goofy at first.

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lol...we now have our perfect take off band name. the Beatles had the Ruttles, we've got Spicemen 3 with the new albums Recurrying and The Perfect Passanda hitting the shops soon....

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Walking with cheeses, chilli wizz, take me to the oven pies, suet-cide. Jason and Sonic recipe book in the shops soon.

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MORNINGTON CRESCENT!!!

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Coming to stores soon from Tdegroot:

RECURRYING: The Raga Tribute to the Spicemen 3
Experience the orient by means of richest flavors known to man and the most hypnotic drones ever inspired by a tamboura and dysentery.

And in time for Christmas:
THE SAMBA CONFUSION: An Espagnol Tribute to the Spicemen 3

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Spaized_Out3 wrote:Walking with cheeses, chilli wizz, take me to the oven pies, suet-cide. Jason and Sonic recipe book in the shops soon.
(the curry would be So Hot (wash away all of my tears).

Bake me to the other side.

No Cod, only Got Haddock.

I (can't) Believe it ('s not butter).

Lard Can You hear me?

Honey!!!

The Chinese Spacemen 3 tribute act: The Sound of Confucius.

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veiko wrote:Pete is saying in The Catalogue - Feb. '91 that he wanted laughing between all his tracks, with good sequencing.
not bad idea.
that would have been sad idea for the other albums, but for Recurring it could have worked.
Don't tell Spacemanrob, but this is almost certainly an idea originally had by the blessed Brian in 1967.

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Looksee: I can tell the future!
SpacemanRob will write:
But your precious BW would have used elevator-muzzzak laughter. Sonics wouldve been fuzz and epic. Unpeel your ears and give up on your pathetic mental-case BW. He hasn't done anything worth listening to in twenty years, whereas Peter Kember hasn't done anything worth listening to in fifteen years.
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I love you you impotent fool but remember, as in my review, Sonic is cool and BW is dead.... But please try and work out who i am.... I am important and this must be the crux of my arguement.... By the way have you heard how great the Byrds are or how each Verve b-side fills me with orgasmic pleasure????

Rock on....

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Re: recurrying

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"This Chard... is for you"

1 bunch Swiss chard, or red chard, rainbow chard, whatever.

Soak the chard in a big bowl of cold water.
chop 3 cloves garlic nice and small.
Heat up some olive oil in a sauteé pan so that it's not too hot, you don't want the garlic turning brown, you just want it to sizzle around a bit.
So when the garlic is nice and sizzled, squeeze most of the water out of the chard and break it into pieces or chop it. Then put it in the pan and cover it for about 7 or 8 minutes. The water from soaking will make it all wilted and delicious. stir it around and when it's done and off the heat, maybe a sploosh of Apple Cider Vinegar.

terrific stuff.




Page one of this thread is my favorite thing on this forum.

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Re: recurrying

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oj catastrophe
little dahl
may the egg-yolk be unbroken
Mary Naan
ode to Pete's 'basil'

(sorry)

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(preheat to) 235
Come Down Softly to my Bowl
How Does It Peel?
Carmelized

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Re: recurrying

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EDIT:

had to delete the last pun. sooo bad.

i'll stick with Ode to Pete's "Basil" as my best attempt. sorry if you happen to pronounce it 'bayzil'.

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I'm sticking with my theory that all these song titles are bogus, but also that TPP is a concept album detailing the perils of buying a red-hot Indian after a night on the booze.

Let me present the evidence:

Take Me To The Other Side - "(hic) I'll have the hottest one on the menu."
Walking With Jesus - "oooooh Jeeeesus, it's hot!"
Ode to Street Hassle - a fight on the street outside the chippy
Ecstasy Symphony/Transparent Radiation - the curry starts to kick in
Feel So Good - "mmmmm, poppadums"
Things'll Never Be The Same - the curry really starts to kick in
Come Down Easy - a good squat on the sh-tter
Call The Doctor - "aaarrrggghhhh! me rectum!!!!"

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it all makes sense now!

taking drugs to make music to eat curry to

(EDIT: or maybe that should be eating curry to make music to take drugs to??)

in other news, i think ode to pete's 'basil' might make it onto my next album, should i ever get anything recorded.

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since we've got sonic boom reading back on the forum I'm inclined to ask him...

when's the release date for the new spectrum album.......

On the Wings of More Curry

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moop wrote:oj catastrophe
little dahl
Mary Naan
still ... laughing at these .. :D

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Spaized_Out3 wrote:Walking with cheeses
take me to the oven pies
...and these.
my gosh.
thank you

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moop wrote:since we've got sonic boom reading back on the forum I'm inclined to ask him...

when's the release date for the new spectrum album.......

On the Wings of More Curry
I think Pete's been too busy working with Pasanda Bear.

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Okay guys, I think it’s time… but I need your help, some of these could use a few more cooks in the kitchen:


And Nothing Burned!

A Perfect Popsicle
I’m Your Flan
Here it Crumbs (The Loaf) Let’s Dough
Let’s Blanch
Spoon the Bun Brine
Porridge
The Corn and Cracker
The Fries
Boil on, Stew

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ro wrote:
Sat Mar 30, 2019 8:16 pm

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HAHAHA!!!

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Ah, such great thread! :D
I was sad I couldn't make curry out of these tracks.
Still, here's what I've got so far...

1: A Perfect Melon Ball
5: On the White Wine
6: Sandwich
7: The Morning After(Eight)
8: The Pies
9: Snail En Croute

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moop wrote:
Mon Apr 01, 2019 5:27 pm
Ah, such great thread! :D
I was sad I couldn't make curry out of these tracks.
Still, here's what I've got so far...

1: A Perfect Melon Ball
5: On the White Wine
6: Sandwich
7: The Morning After(Eight)
8: The Pies
9: Snail En Croute
F A B U L O U S !
Love especially “Sandwich” and “Snail En Croute”

Would that all these albums could be served up at our annual Outpatients dinner...

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ro wrote:
Sat Mar 30, 2019 8:16 pm


And Nothing Burned!


Here it Crumbs (The Loaf) Let's Dough
Next level genius x
O P 8

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A bit tenuous but here's a few:

2: I'm Your Naan
3: Paneer It Comes (With Roti) Not Rolls
4: Let's Dhansak
7: The Mattar Paratha
9: I'll Have Vindaloo
Where's the sacrifice? Oh get off the cross, we need the wood.

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sunray wrote:
Mon Apr 08, 2019 10:06 pm
2: I'm Your Naan
4: Let's Dhansak
My faves :D

I hope it goes without saying for any newcomers reading this that this little game is played with the very deepest affection!

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