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Topic: Binned Aid
Posted by: Francis Rowe
Date/Time: 26/11/14 14:45:00

Some of the world's leading pop stars have recognised that ebola is a relatively trivial problem and have come together to release a Christmas album to raise funds for those less fortunate than the rest of us. Through no fault of their own some people in the West of London will have to use wheelie bins this Christmas and this new album seeks to raise awareness of their plight.

Give generously and tonight thank God it's them instead of you!

Tracks include

Binday Bloody Binday  - U2

Do You Wheelie Want to Hurt Me – Culture Club

It’s A Long Way to the Tip-perary – Flanagan and Allan

You Wheelie Got Me – The Kinks

Back to Black Bags - Amy Winehouse

London's Burning Rubbish - The Trash

(Cor Baby That's) Wheelie Free – Jon Otway and Wild Willy Barrett

Entire Thread
TopicDate PostedPosted By
Binned Aid26/11/14 14:45:00 Francis Rowe
   Re:Binned Aid26/11/14 14:58:00 Pete Mayes
      Bin Can Can26/11/14 15:06:00 Marlene Plimley
         Re:Bin Can Can26/11/14 15:13:00 Jeannie Shapiro
            Re:Re:Bin Can Can26/11/14 15:21:00 Sam Hearn
               Re:Re:Re:Bin Can Can26/11/14 16:52:00 Janet Norman
            Re:Re:Bin Can Can27/11/14 15:54:00 Mari Austin
   Re:Binned Aid26/11/14 16:55:00 Sean Wales
   Re:Binned Aid27/11/14 09:20:00 Paul Pryce
      Re:Re:Binned Aid27/11/14 12:21:00 Ken Munn
   Re:Binned Aid27/11/14 16:28:00 Mari Austin
      Re:Re:Binned Aid27/11/14 16:34:00 Richard Greenhough

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