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10 hours ago, Tippin Alaybye said:

I think the Worzels did one about a strimmer hitting dog shit in 1979 as well

What album was that from then Tippin ?

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8 hours ago, sime42 said:
10 hours ago, Tippin Alaybye said:
Genesis did a song about it in 1971. “Return of the Giant Hogweed”

I should have known that. Being a Genesis fan in my earlier years. They did have some very bizarre song and lyric ideas.

Nursery Cryme.

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1 minute ago, Tippin Alaybye said:

Don’t know the album but it was the B side to “muckspreader blues “

You just can't beat a bit of culture 👍

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