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No need to worry about the future of SUFC - Judgment day 21st May 2011

MK Shrimper

Aug 6, 2005
I always thought The Rapture was a rubbish one-"hit" rock band. Still, knickers cleaned just in case it's time to meet Lord Vader tomorrow.

Rob Noxious

Retro Supremo⭐
Oct 23, 2008
Jeff Vader?

Anyway, I always thought the Rapture was a slightly ropey number from the Blondie back catalogue.

I thought this too until I finally caught up with 'Once Upon A Time In New York' recently - a documentary about that fine city's contribution to music in the last few decades. Debbie paid a trip to The Bronx and came away with the first bit of Rap to chart. On reflection, it sounds better now than I thought it did then and is yet further proof (if required) that #evenShrimperocangetitwrongsometimes.
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