Totally agree about Rip It Up, Proper all time classic.
In fairness to Flick Colby (I may have said before) the vagaries of the pop charts meant that an unexpected drop in the charts for a rehearsed song would lead to a belated change with little chance for imagination.
But in fairness the interpretations could be a bit literal sometimes.
Must have been good fun being in the audience for live TOTPs, logistical nightmare for the performers, crew and presenters though.
Nick may be miming, but don't hold me to that.
I'm not gay at all but I still fancied Nick Heyward (I've said too much).
Great song this.
Clare later got into a bit of controversy on Craggy Island
Simon dressed for his job interview at the bank.
If you haven't seen "Sing Street" sign up to Netflix immediately and watch it.
It's all about this song (well not this song exactly but its era).
And it's also very good.
Nick looked really nervous, no wonder he missed his cue.
Ah, Lita Ford
Ain't noone sweeter than our Lita!
Love that film, I was lucky enough to be in the audience for a Work in Progress Screening with the Director while it was being made.
Everyone was asked for feedback and pretty much everyone loved it (except for the ending which divides opinion). The finished film was very similar to the early draft except the finished article had a bit more of the main character's brother.
At the very end of the credits there's a "Thank you to all who attended our progress screening in Dublin and Los Angeles". That's as close as I'll ever get to a Credit in a Golden Globe nominated film!