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Cardboard Box City

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Cardboard Box City last won the day on December 13 2010

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  1. Tried to get tickets for Paul McCartney in Liverpool off Ticketmaster earlier on. They were sold out within about 5 minutes but fortunately there's some (within seconds) on Get Me In (also owned by Ticketmaster) for £250+.
  2. To be fair. I did intend to make a post for George's deathday a few weeks ago but forgot about it by the time the day came around (it was last Monday [November 29th]). So while I'm at it... Harrison developed throat cancer, which was discovered in 1997 after a lump on his neck was analysed. He attributed it to his smoking in the 1960s. He was successfully treated with radiotherapy. Early in May 2001, it was revealed that he had undergone an operation at the Mayo Clinic to remove a cancerous growth from one of his lungs. In July of that year, it was reported that Harrison was receiving radiotherapy for a brain tumour at a clinic in Switzerland. In November 2001, Harrison began radiotherapy at Staten Island University Hospital in New York City for lung cancer which had metastasised to his brain. In a complaint later brought on behalf of Harrison's estate, it was alleged that while under the care of the hospital, Dr. Gilbert Lederman, a radiation oncologist, repeatedly revealed Harrison's confidential medical information during television interviews and forced him to autograph a guitar. The complaint alleges that Dr. Lederman and his family came to visit Harrison and began singing, and that, in laboured breaths, Harrison said, "Please...stop...talking." Later, Dr. Lederman allegedly had his son play the guitar for George. The complaint alleges that after the performance, Dr. Lederman asked Harrison for an autograph on the guitar, and that Harrison responded, "I do not even know if I know how to sign my name any more." Dr. Lederman then allegedly took Harrison's hand and guided his hand along to spell his name while encouraging him by saying, "Come on, George. You can do this. G-E-O...". The suit was ultimately settled out of court under the condition that the guitar be "disposed of". Despite the treatments and operations, Harrison died on 29 November 2001 at a Hollywood Hills mansion that was once leased by McCartney and was previously owned by Courtney Love. The cause of death was listed on his Los Angeles County death certificate as "metastatic non-small cell lung cancer". He was cremated at Hollywood Forever Cemetery and his ashes were scattered in the Ganges River by his close family in a private ceremony according to Hindu tradition. He left almost £100 million in his will. In 2002, on the first anniversary of Harrison's death, the Concert for George was held at the Royal Albert Hall; it was organised by Eric Clapton and included performances by many of Harrison's musical friends, including Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr. The profits from the concert went to Harrison's charity, the Material World Charitable Foundation.
  3. What sort of Lennon deathday post is that?! Learn from the master, bitch:
  4. Please tell me thats not your finest conquest
  5. Geoff Lloyd is doing a Beatles version of his Hidden Treasures programme on Absolute Radio at the moment
  6. No, Rufus Wainwright isn't as good as Jeff Buckley, living or dead.
  7. Right, tunes I think... I've always loved the Beatles doing covers... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9k5ooaufrLM Also, Help! is very underrated for what it is.
  8. Saw this earlier on from a Rolling Stone article, top 100 Beatles songs: 1. A Day in the Life 2. I Want to Hold Your Hand 3. Strawberry Fields Forever 4. Yesterday 5. In My Life 6. Something 7. Hey Jude 8. Let it Be 9. Come Together 10. While My Guitar Gently Weeps 11. A Hard Day’s Night 12. Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown) 13. Revolution 14. She Loves You 15. Help! 16. I Saw Her Standing There 17. Ticket to Ride 18. Tomorrow Never Knows 19. Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds 20. Please Please Me 21. All You Need is Love 22. Eleanor Rigby 23. Abbey Road Medley 24. Happiness is a Warm Gun 25. Here, There, and Everywhere 26. If I Fell 27. You’re Going to Lose That Girl 28. Here Comes the Sun 29. Can’t Buy Me Love 30. We Can Work it Out 31. You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away 32. Penny Lane 33. I Am the Walrus 34. Eight Days a Week 35. Paperback Writer 36. I Should Have Known Better 37. She Said She Said (yayyy!!!!!) 38. Blackbird 39. Day Tripper 40. For No One 41. Get Back 42. I Feel Fine 43. Drive My Car 44. All My Loving 45. No Reply 46. Don’t Let Me Down 47. Things We Said Today 48. The Ballad of John and Yoko 49. The Night Before 50. Got to Get You Into My Life 51. If I Needed Someone 52. Helter Skelter 53. It Won’t Be Long 54. Two of Us 55. Taxman 56. I’m Down 57. I’m Only Sleeping 58. I’ve Just Seen a Face 59. I Want You (She’s So Heavy) 60. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band 61. With a Little Help From My Friends 62. Girl (Lennon) 63. Dear Prudence 64. I’ve Got a Feeling 65. And I Love Her 66. Nowhere Man 67. Oh! Darling 68. Baby, You’re a Rich Man 69. Julia 70. You Can’t Do That 71. I’m a Loser 72. From Me to You 73. Everybody’s Got Something to Hide Except for Me and My Monkey 74. Yellow Submarine 75. Think for Yourself 76. Yer Blues 77. Because 78. And Your Bird Can Sing 79. I’ll Follow the Sun 80. Mother Nature’s Son 81. Hey Bulldog 82. She’s Leaving Home 83. I’m So Tired 84. Across the Universe 85. Back in the USSR 86. Lady Madonna 87. Love Me Do 88. Rain 89. Good Day Sunshine 90. The Long and Winding Road 91. Every Little Thing 92. Dig a Pony 93. Sexy Sadie 94. You Won’t See Me 95. Any Time at All 96. Within You Without You 97. All I’ve Got to Do 98. Long, Long, Long 99. Yes It Is 100. Hello, Goodbye
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