Celebrity and Complete No Marks Deaths 2019 to now include Celebrities who are critically ill and dogs & cats

#1166

Yeah, that’s where I heard.

#1167

Keith Flint

#1168

Be the lord Jesus…

#1169

What a song.

Parents complained to the BBC that, after it was played on TOTP, it frightened the children. It was subsequently banned.

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#1170

Well it was a bit weird you’d have to say.

#1171

Sickened, the very first album I bought myself was The fat of the land. RIP :disappointed:

#1172
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#1173

It was shocking. Gave pop music a right kick up the arse.

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#1174

Looks like suicide.

RIP.

#1175

Too much Charly

#1176

Knocked How deep is your love by Take That off the number one spot. If only for that we should be grateful.

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#1177

I think the Prodigy at the Point Depot in December 1996 was the second proper concert I attended, after the Prodigy playing support to Oasis at Pairc Ui Chaoimh.

It was fucking mega.

I necked a number* of ecstasy tablets at it.

But I’m less saddened by Keith Flint’s death than by that of Ray Wilkins.

*Zero, to be precise.

#1178

Back when that sort of thing mattered

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#1179

The lap dancer in the video for Smack my Bitch Up was played by glamour model Teresa May.

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#1180

As Steps were later to find out, a h makes a huge difference.

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#1181

Did Mark Morrison knock the Prodigy off top spot?

Part of a rich Leicester musical tradition, along with Kasabian and Showaddywaddy.

#1182

I had a pint with his uncle Skin only yesterday…

Gets coat…

#1183

That’s actually a woman. She’s the singer of Skunk Anansie.

#1184

The Fat Of The Land was some album.
Some of the lesser known tracks off it still sound fresh (Climbatize, Narayan, Fuel My Fire)

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#1185

Narayan is an unreal tune.

Matt Cameron of Soundgarden provided some of the drum samples for the album apparently.

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