Rage Against The Machine Spark Outrage At Asda

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sou'wester
Ho ho! I used to know this woman who played Prince chicken in her job at a shop selling posh tat. You start with something innocuous like 'Question of You', and get saucier and saucier until you get to Sexy MF. If you haven't been bollocked by then.
 

Mr. Tea

Shub-Niggurath, Please
Did she ever get to play 'International Lover'? I bet they'd play that in Mango.

Whenever I see that shop's three-letter 'MNG' logo I either think of a) 'MINGER', b) 'MINGE' or c) the noise you make while sticking your tongue into your bottom lip. Or all three.
 

Slothrop

Tight but Polite
As is noted elsewhere, we were in a veggie chinese buffet on Goodge Street the other day and realized after a while that the weird noises and fragments of speech that we kept hearing were actually Resonance FM. Not sure if that was a one-off or whether it's a specifically avante garde friendly eatery...
 

luka

Well-known member
cos im a cunt i used to play pharoah sanders and brotzmann and tempa t in the pie shop i worked in. once leon thomas started yodelling customers would just about run out of the shop. leaving me in peace. job done.


hummmm allah, woooohhooohhh huuuum allah
 

poetix

we murder to dissect
I confess that whenever I'm in a shopping centre around Christmas I have fantasies about hijacking the sound system and putting on something like Portal or The Drift.
 

Shonx

Shallow House
I confess that whenever I'm in a shopping centre around Christmas I have fantasies about hijacking the sound system and putting on something like Portal or The Drift.

We had a similar idea about doing that for the high street in my hometown, Cannibal Corpse on perpetual loop and door welded shut. Maybe this year....
 

BareBones

wheezy
I confess that whenever I'm in a shopping centre around Christmas I have fantasies about hijacking the sound system and putting on something like Portal or The Drift.

Haha! that would be amazing. "That's a nice suit! That's a swanky suit!"
 

tryptych

waiting for a time
What's the name of the activity that involves going into pubs and putting the most obscure, long tracks on the jukebox?
 

slim jenkins

El Hombre Invisible
Obviously a stupid thing to do...imagine walking 'round the shop with your dear old gran having to hear that! I'd have to apologise for...everything.

Culture shock consumer experience? Charlie Parker, Monk etc (ie not Smooth Jazz) in the shoe dept of J Lewis once...it made me buy anyway.

Gangsta shit being played in a St John's Wood bakery...I jest not.

The juke box thing reminds me of when 'Stairway To Heaven' used to be played on The Green Man juke box circa '77. Aside from that, it was the greatest juke box in the world, probably.
 

slim jenkins

El Hombre Invisible
It would symbolise the age we live in...vulgarity...excess (capitalism/language)...no finesse, style.....
........long ago I like RATM....but 'Oi, no! Not in my local supermarket!'
 

Mr. Tea

Shub-Niggurath, Please
What's the name of the activity that involves going into pubs and putting the most obscure, long tracks on the jukebox?

Good one for that is the last track on Nevermind - after it's finished there's like 10 or 15 minutes silence, during which time everyone forgets the jukebox is even on at all, then the pointless thrashy/screamy 'bonus' track comes on and there's nothing you can do about it til it's finished.
 
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