The musical that just won't die ;)

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#17 Post by Sandy Shaw »

Attended the first preview - despite some technical issues it was great fun and the plotting seems clearer. <Mile End lee gets his version of Something Special when he's modelling for Billie Trix. Great to bump into fellow Petheads at Above the Stag!
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#18 Post by oakey »

Does the new production include Vocal like the previous one?

Looking forward to going in 2 weeks :)

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oakey wrote:Does the new production include Vocal like the previous one?

Looking forward to going in 2 weeks :)
Vocal has been included in this production, it replaces Positive Role Model as the closing song


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#20 Post by oakey »

Great, although Positive role model is an excellent PSB song, it indeed was not the ideal closing song for the musical (that was what I thought when I saw the original one in 2001).

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#21 Post by Trixiemix »

I spoke to Neil at Closer to Heaven on Friday night. He said the new single in September will be a collaboration!
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#22 Post by Patrick Bateman »

Trixiemix wrote: Sun 07 Jul 2019, 2:27 am I spoke to Neil at Closer to Heaven on Friday night. He said the new single in September will be a collaboration!
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#23 Post by jasonjohn »

Dreamland sounds remarkably similar to Luna Park.... fabulous :dance:

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#24 Post by Disco. »

Could be another song.

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#25 Post by Sandy Shaw »

oakey wrote: Sat 06 Jul 2019, 5:19 pm Great, although Positive role model is an excellent PSB song, it indeed was not the ideal closing song for the musical (that was what I thought when I saw the original one in 2001).
I love Positive role model and will insist on singing it loudly after the end of one of the performances!
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#26 Post by daveid »

Right, well that's Dreamland pretty much confirmed as the next single.

Question is - will it be to promote the album or is it very much it's own entity?

Another question - actually it's not really a question - wouldn't it be great if somehow a re-recording of A little black dress formed part of the new Musik show and finally got a release, after being wiped from Nightlife FL?

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#27 Post by jules »

Where did you hear the song ?
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#29 Post by james23_uk »

jules wrote: Mon 08 Jul 2019, 3:20 pm Where did you hear the song ?
I think they meant the description sounds like Luna Park, not the actual song itself.
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#30 Post by retrofuturist »

Another Grauniad-esque political song with misguided elitism, combined with more from the sultry world of Billie Trix...

Your mileage may vary, but 2019 isn't looking like one of my favourite PSB years.

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