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#1 Nov 8, 2009
Its a very enjoyable movie with a great music soundtrack but do remember
its far from reality, its a good fantasy. Life onboard the radio ships in
the sixties was often difficult and uncomfortable...but the radio format was
electric, something new to the British, and was listened to by up to 25
#2 Nov 9, 2009
"So the hideous New Zealander had lots of Herman's Hermits and Seekers, and Nick Frost's character had only British bands like the Small Faces and Spencer Davis Group," Curtis says.
What makes him think Herman's Hermits weren't Brits? They were from Manchester!
#3 Nov 9, 2009
WHEN I WAS A TEENAGER,I USED TO TRY TO PICK UP
RADIO CAROLINE AND RADIO LUXEMBOURG ON MY HALLICRAFTERS SHORT WAVE RADIO AND WAS SUCESSFUL
A FEW TIMES.REALIZED THERE WERE OTHER GREAT BRITISH
GROUPS OUT NOT BEING PLAYED HERE IN THE US.(STATUS
QUO AND DAVE DEE,DOZY,BEAKY,MICK & TICH COME TO
MIND.)I'M LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING THE MOVIE AND
BUYING THE SOUNDTRACK.
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