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February 09, 2012

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Andy

Spare a thought for us Brits too - we have to put up with endless twee covers of orginally awesome songs, for example...

The Pixies advertise package holidays:

http://www.thomson.co.uk/blog/2011/10/sneak-preview-of-our-new-tv-ads/

and more worrying The Smiths flog expensive department stores:

http://www.johnlewis.com/Magazine/Feature.aspx?Id=993

Please make them stop!!

DrBOP

Once Apple computers started using Beatles music back in the 80s, it was ALL over....and HEY, maybe Jobs was just a JERK after all.

PABLUM CHALLENGE : What was the VERY FIRST EVAAAHHHH commercial that compromised the rock and roll spirit (whatever in the hell that is/was)?
I don't know the answer, that's why I'm asking your crack rock researchers out there (did that sentence come out right? F*ck it, it's 5am and I can't sleep so......) I'm fantasizing that it was a 1959 Ford commercial using Chuck Berry's "Maybelline", but THAT ain't right!

DrBOP

Wrote a longer 2nd comment....machine wanted captcha.....showing NO captcha to copy DAMMMM!!!!
Check out cbc.ca/undertheinfluence today 11:30 am for program on above subject. ENJOY!

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