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Fixit Girl - Chris Morris - Blue Jam (CD)

06.11.20198

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  1. Jun 28,  · Ladies and gentlemen, you are floating in farce. And Chris Morris wouldn't have it any other way. But first, the back-story: After his vicious, satirical television shows The Day Today and Brass Eye were cancelled, BBC's Radio 1 bought up his new series of dark, comedic ambient sketches entitled Blue Jam. This album collects the highlights.
  2. 6) Acupuncture - Chris Morris () 7) Bad Sex 2 - Chris Morris () 8) Mayo Sting - Chris Morris () 9) Unflustered Parents - Chris Morris () 10) Moyles Sting - Chris Morris () 11) TV Lizards - () 12) Doc Cock - Chris Morris () 13) Hobbs Sting - Chris Morris () 14) Morton Interview - Chris Morris () 15) Fixit Girl.
  3. Listen free to Chris Morris – Blue Jam (Blue Jam Intro, Doc Phone and more). 21 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at niticarpetemetchblogmenretapterwna.coinfo
  4. Ladies and gentlemen, you are floating in farce. And Chris Morris wouldn't have it any other way. But first, the back-story: After his vicious, satirical television shows The Day Today and Brass Eye were cancelled, BBC's Radio 1 bought up his new series of dark, comedic ambient sketches entitled Blue Jam. This album collects the highlights.9/
  5. Format: CD, Year: , Label: Warp (WARPCD79), Barcode: , Length:
  6. Aug 09,  · Often misdiagnosed as comedy Blue Jam is a chilling but sometimes funny probe into the darkest corners of the human mind. Chris Morris blends surreal sketches designed to haunt, amuse and terrify with an excellent blend of ambient music from the likes of Aphex Twin and Brian Eno.
  7. Format: Cassette, Year: , Label: Warp (WARP MC 79), Length:
  8. Throughout all of the 67 minutes of this CD you never know whether you should laugh, or cry, or throw up in disgust, or scream like a prepubescent girl because of the horror you’re experiencing. This album compiles some of the better sketches from the “Blue Jam” radio series, created by Chris Morris and aired on BBC Radio 1 in

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