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  1. Israel - Siouxie and the banshees
  2. Sexual Healing - Marvin Gaye
  3. Imitation of christ - The psychedelic furs
  4. Sheer heart attack - Queen
  5. Funk soul brother - Fatboy Slim
  6. Girlfriend in a coma - The Smiths
  7. The ballad of John & Yoko - The Beatles
  8. Saturday night beneath the plastic palm trees - Leyton Buzzards
  9. Back in the garage... Back in the garage.....Back in the garage!
  10. You are right about Hugh Axeing some guy with his guitar, because he missed me by about two bodies!!! I still have the Pistols ticket also, I think we had to pay to go watch the awfull band The Stukas to get that ticket. Shame the club burnt down a few days after. I also saw the Siouxsie at Yate, great gig. Interesting days my friend,
  11. I witnessed that fighting on the Center between Punks and City fans, I was also present when all hell broke loose at the BQ club in st Pauls ( The Slits were playing ). Incredibly exciting times to be a young lad, Great music, but it seemed as you have pointed out , that it was dogged with violence. Mind you, It wasn't violent at punk gigs alone, I remember there was always a chance of violence just being in "Town" after dark. It does seem safer nowadays, but that may be the mistaken perception of an old man.
  12. Just wondering if there are any of you who are old enough to have witnessed the Bristol Punk scene in its heyday? Can any of you remember Seeing The Clash, and the Stanglers play the Exhibition Center? Did you see Siouxie and the Banshees play the Barton Hill Youth club? Do you remember gangs of Punk Rockers congregating outside the Virgin Records shop? Does anyone still go to see Punk bands? Is there still a Punk Scene in Bristol?
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