Jan 8, 2011

A right royal palaver

A pearly royal family: Still less common than Kate Middleton

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This week, well after the fact, we celebrate the betrothal of the toothsome son of the princess of hearts to a middle-Englander called Kate. I wouldn't mind so much if we didn't have to pay for the wedding. Hold, I live in exile so I don't have to pay for it. My blessings be upon them.
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  2. Cast Off Crown, Deerhoof, Friend Opportunity, 2007, Kill Rock Stars
  3. The Court Of The Crimson King, King Crimson, In The Court Of The Crimson King, 1969, Island
  4. Crawlin' King Snake, John Lee Hooker, I'm John Lee Hooker, 1959, Vee-Jay
  5. Diana (single), Comus, E.P., 1971, Dawn
  6. Fairy Tale Princess, Steve and Stevie , Steve & Stevie , 1968, Toast
  7. House of the King, Focus, In and Out of Focus, 1970, Polydor
  8. King for a Day, XTC, Oranges and Lemons, 1989, Virgin
  9. King Tubby Meets Rockers Uptown, Augustus Pablo, King Tubby Meets Rockers Uptown, 1975, Clocktower
  10. Kings and Queens, Soft Machine, Fourth, 1971, CBS
  11. Prince Charming, Adam & the Ants, 7", 1981, Polydor
  12. Prince Of Darkness, Miles Davis, Sorcerer, 1967, Columbia
  13. The Queen Is Dead, The Smiths, The Queen Is Dead, 1986, Rough Trade
  14. Royal Oakie, Louie and The Lovers, Rise, 1970,
  15. Witch Queen of New Orleans, Edwyn Collins, A Casual Introduction: 1981-2001, 2002, Setanta

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