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The Pocket Gods | Come on England (no nookie or playstation)

Last month I received an early release from The Pocket Gods, of what should be the anthem for England for the World Cup. Come on England (no nookie or playstation).

The Pocket Gods

The Pocket Gods

Once again, The Pocket Gods have done what they are so easily able to do.

This sits alongside the National Anthem v Anarchy in the UK mix, which sits as staple diet of my regular music. Rule Britannia juxtaposed against Come on England by The Pocket Gods, hits my senses perfectly.

Superb lyric, great humour and the requisite dash of cynicism.

Come on England (no nookie or playstation) The Pocket Gods

I was meant to see The Pocket Gods last week, but as readers of the newsletter know, all is not as it should be for me at the moment.

Turn up the volume, open the windows and sing to the real Anthem for 2010 South Africa.

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  1. [...] it has been three years since my diary and The Pocket Gods coincided when I reviewed Come On England (No Nookie or Playstation) so it is with some relief that I am able to get on track with the 14 track 50 minute long LP [...]



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