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Posted: Sun Jan 26, 2003 9:04 pm
If it had been up to me to decide which 3 of Kate's songs were to be preserved, I would have chosen I Won't Let You Hold Me (Responsible), Be My Star Tonight, and Silver Blue Roller. It's such a shame if these have been destroyed, they're miles better than many real pop songs!
Posted: Sun Jan 26, 2003 10:09 pm
I'd go with Silver Blue Roller, I Won't Let You Hold Me and either Living in the 21st Century or Faster than the Speed of your Love.
Posted: Sun Jan 26, 2003 11:01 pm
I'd go for Electra City, I Won't Let You Hold Me Responsible andFighting for a Phone Boxand that one used at the start of First Strike which I can't remember the name of.
Posted: Thu Jan 30, 2003 6:25 pm
I once did a Google search for Moya Griffiths, as I was curious about the same thing. The only non-Thawks related thing I found was about a film called The Vampyr (I think), made around 1992, which had her name in the cast list.
Posted: Fri Jan 31, 2003 7:10 pm
You may have a point, but Moya is a fairly unusual name, and since it was something in the entertainment industry, I assumed it was the same girl. I haven't actually seen the film, though, so I couldn't swear to it.
Posted: Mon Jan 05, 2004 9:25 pm
Hey everyone, Oh man! I live in the US, and i don't think that the Fanderson CD was ever released here. I loved most of Kate's Songs. My faves were "Silver Blue Roller" (Yes, it is the same as "I Don't Need Your Cadilliac"). I also LOVE "S.O.S", "Electra City" and "Be My Star Tonight". I also love "I Believe In Love This Christmas" (from "The Christmas Miracle"). Heck, I may only be 23, but when I have 2 tapes full of Eps on video, I watch them constantly. I don't have every ep. yet. I'm missing most of them, but good thing when they first ran them, when we didn't have video tapes, we put them on Audio tape. I have "Terratomb", "Christmas Miracle", "My Kingdom For A Zeaf" and "Doppleganger" (which used to scare me as a kid).Well, thanks. Write back soon. If any one wants to e-mail me: You can do so at firstname.lastname@example.orgThanks
Posted: Tue Jan 06, 2004 8:25 pm
What were the end credits like, in the US? I heard that Living in the 21st Century was used as the theme tune at the end, in America? Did you have the noughts'n'crosses games?
Posted: Sat Jan 10, 2004 12:25 am
The US end credits featured a bouncing Zeroid... rivetting stuff. I always tell Kevin (Davies) that it's obvious he really didn't care by then