January 17 1999 for 1 week
Eventually renamed as "Extra Strong Mints". So-named for the building in which they were made on St. Peter Street, in Forest Gate, London.
Geeks were considered the lowest of the low among carneys
1999; cover of PÃ©rez Prado mambo and jive dance song; #1 in numerous countries
As in: "He's out tonight chasing a bit of skirt."
Tell lies and somewhat untrusty.
Played by Michael Jayston
Bass player for British Band Blur
2004. Originally recorded by Supertramp (1977)
Japan. Lines written for the English dubbed version
A promontory stands between two seas: A man who will die later by the bit of a horse; Neptune unfurls a black sail for his man; the fleet near Gibraltar and Rocheval.
1996; poignant vocal performance; from her major-label debut "Living With Ghosts"