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  1. Dapple


    Waitrose are doing Havana Club 7 for £22 at the moment, by the look of it. Not sure it counts as 'best for £20' but Kraken might be more giftable, given the bottle it comes in. Rum, ginger beer (I like Fever Tree, preferably the full sugar version), lime.
  2. Is that 'the boulder problem'? Jesus. The smile he gives straight into the camera when he does it. Incredible.
  3. Dapple


    Order food in an Italian restaurant and you'll generally be asked if you want black pepper on it. Go to a chippy and you'll be asked if you want salt (and vinegar). So I guess it depends on context. Who knew?
  4. Sister Ray and Phonica are both nearby too, though they don't fit the lived in / 60s feel criteria.
  5. 'The cycling project was launched in the very end of 2008, when on December 22 a Team Katusha was launched in Moscow. The team was practically organised by the Russian Global Cycling Project foundation, which itself is funded by Russian businesses such as Gazprom, Itera and Rostechnologii.'
  6. The 'ethos of cycling' ship sailed years ago, didn't it? Is there a difference between Ineos' involvement and that of Astana, Katusha or Bahrain?
  7. Season 4 starts on Wednesday 20th...
  8. 'MICHAEL CAINE, who is an Oscar winner once said of his role in Jaws: The Revenge (1987) that "I have never seen it, but by all accounts it is terrible. However, I have seen the house that it built, and it is terrific.”' Speaking of Michael Caine, Bullseye is my go-to for worst film I've seen but I've just watched the trailer and it looks amazing.
  9. They released an album, I found it in a junk shop years ago: https://www.discogs.com/Animal-Kwackers-Animal-Kwackers/release/2367007
  10. Fun fact - the singer in Opus III is Kirsty Hawkshaw. Her dad composed the theme tunes for Grange Hill, Channel 4 News and Countdown.
  11. Dapple


    This? I've been trying to find a tune I heard at a house party in 1995. Pretty sure it must be a version / mix of Funk & Drive by K&M - a bit like this, if the whole track sounded like the synthy bit that starts at 2.31.
  12. Released 24 years ago today...
  13. Love a bit of Spooky - was reminiscing earlier about seeing them live at the Big Love festival in 1996. Land of Oz was on Dub House Disco 2000, one of the first house compilations I ever bought. Still love Charlie May - here he is, killing it with Sasha at the Barbican last year:
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