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  1. Great thread... In no particular order (and taking the "most influential on my life" rather than "favourite by the artist" approach) Thunder Road Human - The Music Supper's Ready - Genesis Motorcycle Emptiness - Manic Street Preachers Out of the Darkness - Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul Steel River - Chris Rea Finish What We Started - Headway Hoppípolla - Sigur Rós Misplaced Childhood - Marillion Solitaire - Andy WIlliams And that's missing out about another 20 that got written down, then replaced!
  2. Legend and gentleman. RIP
  3. Cheapest of the few seats left for Glasgow on the pre-sale last night was £130 - and that was up in the gods. Still took it! Unless you wanted the front-row VIP dining experience at £750. I'd be expecting sautéed Squonk sweetbreads for that sort of money
  4. So this popped up on my Spotify "Daily Mix". Long, long time since I listened to it. God, it's good.
  5. I was talking to a chap outside the last Little Steven show in Glasgow who was a local independent music journalist and had been in the "inner sanctum" at the previous Hampden show. His "inside take" was that the setlist is all chosen in advance and the signs are "picked" to match the setlist. Bearing in mind Bruce can pick 20+ signs, it's not that hard to manufacture - especially when you think that a fair few sign requests are for staples rather than rarities. Also didn't he guy from the crew who used to take and tweet the centremic pics (Lef Carroll I think) once hint that the pics were used to give Bruce some ideas or to let him see where a particular sign might be found? Having said all that, I'm sure the odd wild-card is tossed in every now and then.
  6. Undoubtedly the greatest own goal of all time
  7. I can only assume so too, but it's about 15 years since "each pass is a separate phase of play" became the norm!
  8. "It is not an offence to be in an offside position" - Laws of the Game. He wasn't actively involved in play or interfering with an opponent and it was two phases before he scored. IMHO, it was the worst VAR decision of all those I've seen. I've watched it half a dozen times and literally can't see ant situation where someone was offside and should have been penalised!