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Why not?

Mario was not happy. So he decided to go on a cruise. For the rest of his life. 10 minutes and 22 seconds.


Pop stars really did look like that.

33 years old and the excellent lyrics still resonate today. Flag Day by The Housemartins, Live on The John Peel Sessions. 3 minutes and 41 seconds.


Ingenue.

I'd like to thank Jonathan Ross for having Thom Yorke on his show to play this superb version of a superb tune. 3 minutes and 24 seconds.


Creativity. A decision.

Debbie Boon is doing what she was born to do. Making art she loves in a place she loves. How did it happen? Simply, she chose it. 3 minutes and 14 seconds.


Happiness.

We're all looking for happiness. But are we looking in the right places? 4 minutes and 16 seconds.


New York is Killing Me

AWR is walking in a fashion show in Newcastle in a couple of weeks. This is the track we're walking to. 4 minutes and 32 seconds.


Ask.

AWR is the only brand in the world allowed to embroider Oscar Wilde's actual signature into silk. We asked and his agent said 'yes'. We also asked Morrissey if we could weave 'This Charming Man' lyrics into silk. He said no. The guy that wrote 'Ask'. Miserable get. Great song though. 3 minutes and 1 second.


14.

The music you listened to at 14 years old was, apparently, that which most significantly shaped your musical tastes of the future. For me it was 1982. The Jam (Beat Surrender was 26th November '82). Yazoo. Duran Duran. The Clash. 'Explains a lot. 3 minutes and 41 seconds.


Irony.

A lovely, compelling little watch about life's ironies. 2 minutes 43 seconds (to credits).


There is a light (demo).

The Smiths demo of There is a Light That Never Goes Out. Remastered in 2011. Still brilliant and progressive both lyrically and musically today. 4 minutes and 32 seconds.



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