Eldritch quotes ???

Unknown songs and demos, who wrote what, who sang what, the usual biographies, discography gubbins, photos of Eldritch with no sunglasses, etc, etc, etc, yadda, yadda, yadda....
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and i'm not a stalker but i looked on google earth and its a bit "suburban" (i was going to use another word but thought better of it!!!!)
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markfiend wrote:this one on street view :lol: (one for the stalkers! ;D)
blimey :D

street view is weird isn't it? :D

strangely, this is what's happened to the house rosetta stone used to live in @ 31 ivanhoe rd, liverpool

street view and http://www.kmcresidential.com/images/ivanhoe.pdf

that got posh! :lol:
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Debi wrote:and i'm not a stalker but i looked on google earth and its a bit "suburban" (i was going to use another word but thought better of it!!!!)
burley park was a student ghetto back then. bramley is almost rural by comparison.
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its not really rock an roll though is it?

is that what happens if one doesn't make records but sits thinking about it for too long?

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Quiff Boy wrote:burley park was a student ghetto back then.
Still is to be fair. And they're spreading downhill. Our street used to be 10% student, 90% other (families, young professionals). More like 75% student, 25% other now.

Anyhoo, for years there was a huge graffiti round the corner from Village Place: a Sisters Moon and "Rise and Reverberate" :lol:
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Debi wrote:ooh - its got a swear filter - theres posh now!
Just wait - some things you never imagined may happen... :wink:
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Debi wrote:so "the" Claire was his gf?
Yes.
And wrote:and has he never been married?
No.
And wrote:I have heard snippets of things suggesting he's not lucky in love and indeed hinting at him not being able to - how do i say - maintain or conform to a normal co-habiting relationship - but how true these things are - well - ?
He gave it up for Lent... :wink:

Actually, he claimed (early on) to have had one 'love affair' (his words) and said he'd never have another. Given the time-frame in which these allusions were made, one assumes the party in question was Josie Warden, although I suppose it could have been Claire. (Somehow, though, live-in situations don't strike me as very 'affair'-like...).

Since that time, he's kept his personal relationships of that sort rather private - unsurprising, as witness this discussion... :oops: :wink: :lol:
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Debi wrote:"Bramley" doesnt really conjur up a rock love gods lair does it!?
And also wrote:its not really rock an roll though is it?

is that what happens if one doesn't make records but sits thinking about it for too long?

; )
He also follows football...how much more suburban can you get? :roll:

But we forgive him all that. :lol:
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He gave it up for Lent... :wink:

Actually, he claimed (early on) to have had one 'love affair' (his words) and said he'd never have another. Given the time-frame in which these allusions were made, one assumes the party in question was Josie Warden, although I suppose it could have been Claire. (Somehow, though, live-in situations don't strike me as very 'affair'-like...).

Since that time, he's kept his personal relationships of that sort rather private - unsurprising, as witness this discussion... :oops: :wink: :lol:
yes, thanks that does seem to fit with what i thought. sad though. i always like people to find their soul mate : (

as long as he is happy now - does anyone know if he is?
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oh dear i am not very good at these quote things
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Debi wrote:oh dear i am not very good at these quote things
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Don´t worry..and by the way - welcome! :D
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thank you Moakahontas!!

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Debi wrote:oh dear i am not very good at these quote things
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Fixed ;D
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HA HA!!

thats great - i come in and smash everything up and you fix it for me!!

how cool is that ; )

7anthea7 was right : )
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7anthea7 wrote:He also follows football...how much more suburban can you get? :roll:

But we forgive him all that. :lol:
Explain the correlation between suburbia and football. :?
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Hom_Corleone wrote:
7anthea7 wrote:He also follows football...how much more suburban can you get? :roll:

But we forgive him all that. :lol:
Explain the correlation between suburbia and football. :?
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Hom_Corleone wrote:
7anthea7 wrote:He also follows football...how much more suburban can you get? :roll:

But we forgive him all that. :lol:
Explain the correlation between suburbia and football. :?
It's alright, he follows Leeds Utd. That doesn't count as football
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Hom_Corleone wrote:
7anthea7 wrote:He also follows football...how much more suburban can you get? :roll:

But we forgive him all that. :lol:
Explain the correlation between suburbia and football. :?
It's alright, he follows Leeds Utd. That doesn't count as football

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paint it black wrote:
Hom_Corleone wrote:
7anthea7 wrote:He also follows football...how much more suburban can you get? :roll:

But we forgive him all that. :lol:
Explain the correlation between suburbia and football. :?
It's alright, he follows Leeds Utd. That doesn't count as football
Leeds? Leeds? :evil: How dare you.
I am a Derby County supporter and proud of it. :wink:
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Hom_Corleone wrote:Explain the correlation between suburbia and football. :?
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Hom_Corleone wrote:
paint it black wrote:
Hom_Corleone wrote: Explain the correlation between suburbia and football. :?
It's alright, he follows Leeds Utd. That doesn't count as football
Leeds? Leeds? :evil: How dare you.
I am a Derby County supporter and proud of it. :wink:
I meant A.E not you silly. :wink:

I would have thought cricket a more appropiriate suburban game than togger :roll:
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7anthea7 wrote:
Hom_Corleone wrote:Explain the correlation between suburbia and football. :?
:innocent:
It wasn't a dig :P - I was just interested to know why you associate the two.

@pib - My apologies Sir. :wink:
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Hom_Corleone wrote:
7anthea7 wrote:
Hom_Corleone wrote:Explain the correlation between suburbia and football. :?
:innocent:
It wasn't a dig :P - I was just interested to know why you associate the two.
I think the association is more of a US thing - suburbs and gated communities full of soccer moms and all. And the term "soccer mom" is NOT a compliment, at all - think those mothers who baby their kids and control every little aspect of their life because they have no life of their own, the housewife/trophy wife type. Not all of them are like that, but at least around here that's what we call them, soccer moms. :lol: The sort who drive their SUVs around and won't drink anything but Starbucks.

As popular as the sport is with schoolkids and all (and my boyfriend played for years, he hasn't been able to find a local adult team or league to play with though and I know he misses it) it's still not a major US sport like American football, basketball, baseball, etc.
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Does anybody remember where the other (older) "Eldritch quotes / oneliners" threads are? I've been looking through the archives but can't find. :?
Why? Because I'm currently trying to infect a young friend with The Sisters, and she seems to be starting to get it. I already gave her some recordings to hear and some interviews to read, and I thought showing her some of the oneliners could be a next step, but I'm afraid I can't recall all the good old ones.
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from back when we cared :wink:

http://www.myheartland.co.uk/viewtopic.php?t=218


seems reasonably on topic

http://www.myheartland.co.uk/viewtopic.php?t=16406


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