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  • #16
    I love Delia Smith too.

    **************** taught me how to poach eggs and make perfect rice, thanks.
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    • #17
      Yet another reason why I need to buy a Ring Thing, nice work and research as always!

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      • #18
        Great job!
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        • #19
          wow! I love all the episodes of effectology!
          that's just genial!


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          i'm not nitpicking, just trying to help out; your english is a billion times better than my italian.
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          • #20
            Impressive!

            I don't know why, buy that got me really excited. And I'm not particularly a DR Who fan. I do like a bit of radiophonic workshop though

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            • #21
              I've watched this clip over tens times now. Love it
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              • #22
                I've watched this clip over tens times now. Love it


                Someone should make Murray Gold watch it and tell him 'Now that's how to do it'. The current Who music is bloody awful.

                One day I will have an EHX Board for random odd stuff.
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                • #23
                  briilliant.

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                  • #24
                    meh...

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                    • #25
                      Someone should make Murray Gold watch it and tell him 'Now that's how to do it'. The current Who music is bloody awful.

                      One day I will have an EHX Board for random odd stuff.



                      Yeah, the original Who theme was amazing and iconic. Would be great if they went back to something close to the original.

                      I downloaded all the episodes from the original Doctor Who series (nearly 200 GB ), and have been going through them the last few weeks. Funny they just resurrected the Silurians in the new Dr Who, as I just finished watching the original Silurians story arc, with Jon Pertwee. The FX have really moved on, but there's something about the classic series that's still hard to beat.
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                      • #26
                        I always liked the vvvviiiiiiiijjjjjjjjjooooooooooossssssssshhhhhhhhh heeeeeeeewwwwwwwwww noise at the end when I was a nipper.

                        Over-complicated, now, I reckon.

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                        • #27
                          Simply Awesome.

                          PS: Wonder if Muse has seen this.

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                          • #28
                            If you guys dig this I highly suggest tracking down a copy of Alchemists of Sound. It's a documentary on the BBC sound engineers who created the Dr. Who theme as well as all the music for BBC for a long time. They were true pioneers of modern music.
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                            • #29

                              I downloaded all the episodes from the original Doctor Who series (nearly 200 GB ), and have been going through them the last few weeks. Funny they just resurrected the Silurians in the new Dr Who, as I just finished watching the original Silurians story arc, with Jon Pertwee. The FX have really moved on, but there's something about the classic series that's still hard to beat.


                              I know those torrents well...

                              The revamped Silurians seem very disappointing compared to the originals. They seem like really generic aliens now whereas the original Silurians had far greater characterisation. It was the same with the Sontarans though when they came back.

                              Have you watched The Power of Kroll yet? That's a crazy hoot. Tom Baker's era is segmented into three parts for me. There's the first part, Seasons 12 to 14 where the BBC allowed the producers some budget and you had Robert Holmes producing absolute brilliance, everything from Genesis of the Daleks with Michael Wisher untouchable as Davros, the Robots of Death, Pyramids of Mars, and ending with the brilliance that is The Talons of Weng-Chiang. Seasons 15 and 17 saw the budget being cut and the campy humour really came on. Then you have Baker's final season when John Nathan-Turner started up. The first three Baker seasons really are fabulous.
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                              • #30
                                If you guys dig this I highly suggest tracking down a copy of Alchemists of Sound. It's a documentary on the BBC sound engineers who created the Dr. Who theme as well as all the music for BBC for a long time. They were true pioneers of modern music.


                                Just a Youtube link away...

                                Excellent deals done: cmloeffler - GDan - mr benn - kpd78 - ArrMatey - Melx - Daryl Chaney - rememberduane - Barnaby, Hardly - Kid_A - plecoman - mattybigfro - Loobs - Hanglow - Free The Guilty - gjhardwick - Tengo - hangwire - Ancient Mariner - Headlow - ZoomRMC - uncle psychosis - daysofspeed - chisa - JBJ - Mozart82 - Rogsrevenge - theboywho - SG1 - Cirrus - Kayzer - Teahead - AF-100 - stella_blues - woolyh -

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