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Giles
Cheshire
746 posts
Reg: 5/5-06
Posted: 2012-05-30 10:20
What is your favourite track of Spaced Out Monkey?

I have difficulty with this one, it's between Sound of the Underground and Let Me Out of Here, but Streetwise Cowboy and Cry from the Street run close. I remember Mike Stone telling me his favourite is/was Cry from the Street - what's yours? Rolling Eyes Laughing
[Edited 2012-05-30 10:22]
NP: Hounds of Love - Kate Bush

russel
Sweden, Írebro
261 posts
Age: 51 years
Reg: 2/5-06
Posted: 2012-05-30 14:31   » Website
Let me out of here and Homeless
Saleck
Huddersfield, UK
58 posts
Age: 31 years
Reg: 22/3-12
Posted: 2012-05-30 17:05   » Website
Dreamtime
Per
Sweden
8 posts
Reg: 1/2-07
Posted: 2012-05-31 14:37
First of all "Sound of the Underground", secondly the title track!

GOUDG
Kidsgrove Stoke On Trent Staffordshire England
339 posts
Age: 54 years
Reg: 8/5-06
Posted: 2012-05-31 15:01   » Email
Personally Ive not got a favourite track on monkey as I love the whole album equally but if pushed I would say either Let Me Outta Here,Streetwise Cowboy or Dreamtime
Rainer
Kuppenheim, Germany
34 posts
Age: 54 years
Reg: 3/3-07
Posted: 2012-06-03 07:41   » Website   » Email
Let me out of here and Never saw it coming
NP: Scarred To Remember - Inside
demon drummer
stoke
383 posts
Reg: 6/3-11
Posted: 2012-06-04 21:00
Where you comin from and streetwise cowboy for me

monkey
Stoke On Trent
365 posts
Reg: 18/2-06
Posted: 2012-06-19 09:23   » Email
As most DEMON albums this is what I call a grower, one day it will be recognized as one of the greats! with some people maybe not, I expect myself and Dave Hill will be pushing up daisies by the time it gets some kind of accolade! Monkey.
[Edited 2012-06-19 09:25]

Giles
Cheshire
746 posts
Reg: 5/5-06
Posted: 2012-06-19 16:32
It's a great album - in my top 10!

OnlySaneMan
Epworth, North Lincs UK
48 posts
Reg: 12/7-11
Posted: 2012-06-20 10:31   » Email
As with other Demon albums I found it very hard to get into this album.

BSA was for me a very difficult album, but now is the most played, I have the original vinyl I had the original CD which got stolen from the car but things worked out as when I bought a new copy from Mike it had the extra tracks.

When I got this copy I copied it onto the computer (Sorry Mike / Dave) just in case anything happened, good job as it is know worn out (anyone remember the spin when cd's first appeared?).

But now I have the full collection on my smart phone and makes for very good biking music - especially on long boring motorway journey's.

For those of you who were at Dudley and remember the women in the wonderland T-shirt that was my partner Kaz and I made the T-shirt, her favourite flower is the poppy, and her fave Demon track is Wonderland, so imagine her surprise when I showed her the single cover!

Anyway back to the question:

The answer is: Give me a few more years and I might be able to answer this question!

Sorry!!

Andy
demon drummer
stoke
383 posts
Reg: 6/3-11
Posted: 2012-06-20 10:46
Hi andy just curious as to what bike you have mate linconshire is and has allways been a hot bed of talent for motorcycle racers i raced at cadwell last year tricky curcuit to learn and go fast

OnlySaneMan
Epworth, North Lincs UK
48 posts
Reg: 12/7-11
Posted: 2012-06-20 11:00   » Email
At the moment am riding a Yam XJ900 Diversion sports tourer, old school I know but then I am Old!!.

Used to live at Brigg Nrth Lincs which was only 20 minutes from Caddy.

Yes I like my speed but also my comfort, hence the divvy, had it 4 years now and still impressed with the acceleration especially when 2 up!!

If we get to the Blacksmiths and the weather is good then this will be the preferred mode of transport.

I have a bluetooth helmet so I get to listen to good music without the wires!!
demon drummer
stoke
383 posts
Reg: 6/3-11
Posted: 2012-06-20 11:11
Good mile muncher that mate and no numb arse after 30 miles theres a secure car park at the gig hardstanding for you to park you can put your lids safe also

OnlySaneMan
Epworth, North Lincs UK
48 posts
Reg: 12/7-11
Posted: 2012-06-20 11:30   » Email
Cheers mate for the info, do they do or is there a b&b within walking distance?

Going in the garden now and will listen to spaced out monkey to see if I can name my fave track!!

What bike you riding?
demon drummer
stoke
383 posts
Reg: 6/3-11
Posted: 2012-06-20 11:38
Il ask about b and b for you mate i know theres one a short taxi ride away cheadle is only 2 miles away and because alton towers is close there will be loads there.

I dont ride on the road anymore i race i have a classic honda 350 k4 and a suzuki sv its far safer ,to many blind volvo drivers for me trying to kill you.My last road bike was a suzuki gsxr 1000 very fast handled really well ...have a good day mate
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