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  • splodgenessabounds - Two Little Boys

    2:46

    From Urgh! a music war

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  • SPLODGENESSABOUNDS : TWO PINTS OF LAGER AND A PACKET OF CRISPS PLEASE

    2:14

    OFF THE B-SIDE OF THE SIMON TEMPLER SINGLE....

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  • Splodgenessabounds - Two Little Boys Top of the Pops 11/9/1980

    3:02

    Two little boys had two little toys,
    both had a wooden horse.
    Gaily they played each summer's day,
    warriors both of cause.
    Now, one little chap he had a mishap
    and broke off his horse's head.
    Wept for his toy, then cried with joy
    as his young playmate said.

    Did you think I would leave you crying,
    When there's room on my horse for two?
    Climb up here, Joe and don't be crying.
    I can go just as fast with two.
    When we grow up we'll both be soldiers
    and our horses will not be toys.
    And I wonder if we'll remember when
    we were two little boys.

    Long years past, war came at last.
    Bravely they marched away.
    Cannon roared loud and in the mad crowd, wounded and dieing lay
    Up goes a shout, A horse dashes out, out from the ranks so blue.
    Gallops away to where joe lay, then came a voice he knew.

    Did you think I would leave you dieing,
    When there's room on my horse for two?
    Climb up here, Joe we'll soon be flying,
    back to the ranks of the blue.
    Did you say Joe I'm all a tremble,
    perhaps it's the battle's noise.
    But maybe it's that I remember when
    we were two little boys.

  • Splodgenessabounds • Two Little Boys • TOTP 1980 Complete Version

    3:28

    Top Of The Pops September 11th 1980.
    HQ copy with a restored intro edited from the broadcast version.

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  • Splodgenessabounds - Two Pints Of Lager And A Packet Of Crisps Please - Live at Concorde 2003

    5:05

    This is the track 'Two Pints Of Lager And A Packet Of Crisps Please' taken from the DVD 'Splodgenessabounds - Two Pints Of Lager And A Packet Of Crisps Please!' available now through Secret Records. Filmed at the Concorde 2 in Brighton, England on the 15th December 2003 this performance includes songs like 'Scrapyard', 'Wiffy Smells', 'I Don't Know What I Did That For', 'What I Do Behind Closed Doors' and many more. Featuring Max Splodge on vocals, Mat Sargent on bass, Harry Monk on drums and Johnny Chunders and Wurzel on guitars!

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  • Splodgenessabounds - Anarchy Chaos Stanley Ogden.

    2:31

    Splodge's tribute to Corrie legend Stanley Ogden.

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  • I Fell in Love With a Female Plumber from Harlesden NW10

    2:31

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    I Fell in Love With a Female Plumber from Harlesden NW10 · Splodgenessabounds

    Splodgenessabounds

    ℗ 1981 Sanctuary Records Group Ltd., a BMG Company

    Released on: 1981-01-01

    Vocals, Producer: Max Splodge
    Vocals, Harmony Vocal: Baby Greensleeves
    Guitar: Miles Flat
    Guitar: Terence Dale
    Bass Guitar: Roger Rodent
    Keyboards: Winston Forbe
    Saxophone: Wiffy Archer
    Composer: Martyn Everist
    Composer: Michael English

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  • Splodgenessabounds - Two Pints Of Lager And A Packet Of Crisps Please 2003

    3:36

    Filmed At Brighton Concorde 2 - 15th December 2003. Enjoy and Please Subscribe!!

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  • Max Splodge with The Gimme Gimme Gimmes...Take Me Out....Splodgenessabounds

    3:36

    The Gimme Gimme Gimmes with Special Guest Sir Max Splodge....from the album Combat Jock

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  • Splodgenessabounds - I Fell In Love With A Female Plumber From Harlesden NW10

    2:27

    Double Blinding :-)

  • Splodgenessabounds - Interview

    4:33

    The interview & concert took place at The Winter Gardens, Blackpool, Holidays In The Sun in 1996, as the 20th Anniversary of Punk Rock, promoted by Darren Russell

  • Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps Please

    2:14

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    Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps Please · Splodgenessabounds

    Splodgenessabounds

    ℗ 1980 Sanctuary Records Group Ltd., a BMG Company

    Released on: 1981-01-01

    Vocals, Producer: Max Splodge
    Vocals, Harmony Vocal: Baby Greensleeves
    Guitar: Miles Flat
    Guitar: Terence Dale
    Bass Guitar: Roger Rodent
    Keyboards: Winston Forbe
    Saxophone: Wiffy Archer
    Composer: Martyn Everist
    Composer: Terence Dale
    Composer: Peter Neal

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  • Splodgenessabounds - Live And Loud!!

    37:36

    SPLODGENESSABOUNDS
    British Punk Rock Band from
    London / England formed in
    1978 associated with the Oi!
    and Punk Pathetique genres.
    Their contribution to 'Live And
    Loud!!' series of live albums by
    Link Records / (P) 1988

    00:00 / A1 Intro
    00:56 / A2 Hold Your Cherries
    03:15 / A3 Crabs
    05:28 / A4 I Fell In Love With A Female Plumber...
    07:43 / A5 Tough Shit Wilson
    12:03 / A6 Two Little Boys
    15:11 / A7 Pathetique
    17:34 / B1 Bohemian Walkway
    18:39 / B2 Morning Milky
    21:22 / B3 Michael Booth's Talking Bum
    24:24 / B4 The Butterfly Song
    26:37 / B5 What's That Funny Noise
    28:55 / B6 Two Pints Of Lager
    32:35 / B7 Big Boy Shorts
    34:44 / B8 Shang A Lang

    Max Splodge Vocal
    Ronnie Rocka Guitar
    Tone Digginess Bass
    Keefie Boyce Drums




  • Splodgenessabounds - Two Pints Of Lager -

    3:41

    HITS 2 12b
    SPLODGE Two Pints Of Lager

    The band was formed over a cab office called Baron Cars in Queens Road, Peckham.

    The band were originally fronted by Max Splodge and his girlfriend of the time, who was known as Baby Greensleeves. The band won a recording contract with Deram Records after finishing runner-up in the 1979 Battle Of The Bands contest, even though Deram was planning to cease all activities in the music markets outside of classical music. The band's first release for Deram in 1980 was Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps Please. The song was released as a triple A side vinyl single, along with Simon Templer (a pastiche of the theme tune of the TV series, Return of the Saint featuring the character Simon Templar) and Michael Booth's Talking Bum.

    Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps Please was the only song from that release that picked up any airplay, first from John Peel on his BBC Radio 1 show, and later on daytime radio as a novelty song. The song peaked at No. 7 in the UK Singles Chart in June 1980, however the band members were unable to capitalise on their success by appearing on Top of the Pops, because the show was off the air due to strike action at the BBC Television.

    The follow-up to Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps Please was a cover version of Two Little Boys (a live version that appeared in the soundtrack to the 1981 film, Urgh! A Music War). It was another triple A-side, with Horse and The Butterfly Song. The band then performed on Top of the Pops, but the single only reached No. 26 in September 1980. Their eponymous debut album (released in January 1981 when the band was on hiatus) failed to chart.

  • Splodgenessabounds - Two Pints Of Lager & A Packet Of Crisps Please

    2:28

  • Bicycle Seat

    3:27

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    Bicycle Seat · Splodgenessabounds

    Splodgenessabounds

    ℗ 1980 Sanctuary Records Group Ltd., a BMG Company

    Released on: 1981-01-01

    Vocals, Producer: Max Splodge
    Vocals, Harmony Vocal: Baby Greensleeves
    Guitar: Miles Flat
    Guitar: Terence Dale
    Bass Guitar: Roger Rodent
    Keyboards: Winston Forbe
    Saxophone: Wiffy Archer
    Composer: Martyn Everist

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  • Dangerous

    2:59

    Provided to YouTube by Sanctuary Records

    Dangerous · Splodgenessabounds

    A Nightmare on Rude Street

    ℗ 1991 Sanctuary Records Group Ltd., a BMG Company

    Released on: 1991-01-01

    Vocals: Max Splodge
    Guitar: Ronny Rocka
    Keyboards: William Strang
    Background Vocals: Tony Day
    Drums: Keith Boyce
    Composer: Ronny Rocka
    Composer: Max Splodge

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  • Two Little Boys

    3:27

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    Two Little Boys · Splodgenessabounds

    Splodgenessabounds

    ℗ 1981 Sanctuary Records Group Ltd., a BMG Company

    Released on: 1981-01-01

    Vocals, Producer: Max Splodge
    Vocals, Harmony Vocal: Baby Greensleeves
    Guitar: Miles Flat
    Guitar: Terence Dale
    Bass Guitar: Roger Rodent
    Keyboards: Winston Forbe
    Saxophone: Wiffy Archer
    Composer: Edward Madden
    Composer: Goff Richards
    Composer: Theodore Morse

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  • Have You Got A Light Boy by Splodgenessabounds

    2:09

  • Splodgenessabounds - Two Pints Of Lager - Tjs

    2:30

    mighty Max Splodge and crew, two pints of lager and a packet of crisps please, well i know John Tj's makes sure the band gets looked after much better than that

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  • Splodgenessabounds - Two Little Boys

    3:28

    From '' Two Little Boys ''
    Label: Deram -- ROLF 1
    Format: Vinyl, 7, EP, 45 RPM
    Country: UK
    Released: 1980

    Tracklist
    A1 Two Little Boys
    Written-By -- Edward Madden, Theodore Morse
    A2 Saying Goodbye To His Horse
    Written-By -- Max Splodge
    B1 Sox
    Written-By -- Max Splodge
    B2 The Butterfly Song
    Written-By -- Max Splodge, Winston Forbe

    Artwork By [Wallpaper] -- Pathetic Products
    Choir [Choir Noises] -- Venice Boys Choir
    Performer [Butterfly] -- Winston Forbe
    Performer [Cacti] -- Wiffy Archer
    Performer [Dead Bodies] -- Desert Island Joe
    Performer [Fort] -- Pat Thetic
    Performer [Horses Bye] -- Max Splodge
    Performer [Rolf] -- Pintsman
    Performer [Sox] -- Chrissie
    Performer [Stirrups] -- Roger Rodent
    Performer [Windows] -- Squint
    Producer [Pieced Together By] -- Mike Robinson

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    Lyrics

    Two little boys had two little toys
    Each had a wooden horse.
    Gaily they played each summer's day
    Warriors both of course.
    Now one little chap then had a mishap
    Broke off his horse's head.
    Wept for his toy then cried with joy
    As his young playmate said:
    ' Did you think I would leave you crying
    When there's room on my horse for two
    Climb up here Jack and don't be crying
    I can go just as fast with two
    When we grow up we'll both be soldiers
    And our horses will not be toys
    And I wonder if we'll remember
    When we were two little boys. '

    Long years had passed, war came so fast
    Bravely they marched away.
    Cannon roared loud, and in the mad crowd
    Wounded and dying lay.
    Up goes a shout, a horse dashes out
    Out from the ranks so blue.
    Gallops away to where Joe lay
    and then came a voice he knew:
    ' Did you think I would leave you dying
    When there's room on my horse for two
    Climb up here Joe, we'll soon be flying
    I can go just as fast with two.
    Did you say Joe I'm all a-tremble
    Perhaps it's the battle's noise
    But I think it's that I remember
    When we were two little boys. '

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    Two Little Boys is a song written by American composer Theodore Morse and lyricist Edward Madden.
    It was written in 1902 and became a popular music hall song of the time, made popular by Harry Lauder.
    It describes the story of two boys who grow up to fight in the American Civil War.

    Rolf Harris

    In 1969, it was revived by Australian entertainer Rolf Harris, who briefly visited folk musician Ted Egan during a tour of Arnhem Land in Australia.
    Egan sang him the song, which Harris recorded on tape. Back in the UK, Harris persuaded his television producer to incorporate the song into his BBC variety show. Harris discovered he had lost the tape and rang Egan, 10,000 miles away in Canberra, and asked him to sing the song over the phone.
    Alan Braden arranged the song for the TV show, and a favourable audience reaction prompted Harris to record and release it as a single.
    The song reached #1 on the singles chart in December 1969, where it stayed for six weeks, thus becoming the first number-one single of the 1970s.
    On BBC Radio Blackburn in 1979, Margaret Thatcher picked it as a favourite song.

    Other versions

    Kenny Rogers sang a version of the song while he was lead singer of the country-rock band The First Edition, which was released on their 1971 album Transition.

    The song was later revived in 1980 by Splodgenessabounds and reached #27 on the UK singles chart.

    Another version by a group of Hartlepool United fans was released as a double A-side with Never Say Die on the single Poolie Pride, reaching #24 on the UK Singles Chart in 2006.

    Scottish duo Hue and Cry have recorded a jazz inspired version for their 2009 Xmasday album.

    The song is also commonly played by Irish band The Frames during live performance of their song Star Star**, as well as by the Canadian-Irish band The Irish Rovers on the album Children Of The Unicorn.

    When being apart from the Mitchell Trio for only half a year, John Denver performed this song at the Nowhere Coffeehouse in University of Cincinnati Student Union on May 9, 1969.

    In popular culture

    A version by Roger Whittaker appears briefly in A Pair of Charlies, an episode of Budgie, the early seventies British drama series starring Adam Faith.

    Scottish comedian Billy Connolly recorded a parody of the song with new lyrics entitled 'Two little boys in blue' on his 'Raw meat for the balcony' LP in 1977.

    A version with the names changed is sung by the character Spud in the film Trainspotting after Tommy's funeral.

    The song was also featured in Yahtzee's Zero Punctuation review of Army of Two.

    Hartlepool United football fans have sung Two Little Boys on the terraces since the 1980s.
    Monkey Hangerz

    Rolf Harris' version was played at the 2005 Coca Cola Championship League 1 Play Off final as the Hartlepool United anthem before the kick off.

  • Morning Milky by Splodgenessabounds

    3:40

  • Splodgenessabounds rebellion live blackpool 2 pints of lager 2018

    3:46

    splodgenessabounds 2 pints at rebellion blackpool 2 /8/18

  • Splodgenessabounds - A Tinny Or Two

    2:21

    Blinding :-)

  • Have You Got a Light Boy?

    2:07

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    Have You Got a Light Boy? · Splodgenessabounds

    Splodgenessabounds

    ℗ 1981 Sanctuary Records Group Ltd., a BMG Company

    Released on: 1981-01-01

    Vocals, Producer: Max Splodge
    Vocals, Harmony Vocal: Baby Greensleeves
    Guitar: Miles Flat
    Guitar: Terence Dale
    Bass Guitar: Roger Rodent
    Keyboards: Winston Forbe
    Saxophone: Wiffy Archer
    Composer: Allan Smethurst

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  • Splodgenessabounds - My Socks Gone Down My Shoe

    2:52

    Rebellion Punk Festival 2012 - Winter Gardens, Blackpool

  • Cowpunk Medium

    2:40

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    Cowpunk Medium · Splodgenessabounds

    Splodgenessabounds

    ℗ 1981 Sanctuary Records Group Ltd., a BMG Company

    Released on: 1981-01-01

    Vocals, Producer: Max Splodge
    Vocals, Harmony Vocal: Baby Greensleeves
    Guitar: Miles Flat
    Guitar: Terence Dale
    Bass Guitar: Roger Rodent
    Keyboards: Winston Forbe
    Saxophone: Wiffy Archer
    Composer: Walter Wolfman Washington
    Composer: Ned Washington
    Composer: Dimitri Tiomkin
    Composer: Michael Jones

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  • Splodgenessabounds - Malcolms Mum

    2:06

    From the Album Splodgenessabounds part of the Malcom Trilogy.

  • Splodgenessabounds - Wiffy Smells

    1:52

    ......Wiffy Smells, Wiffy Smells,Wiffy Smells, I'm surrounded......From the Album Splodgenessabounds.

  • Splodgenessabounds - Malcolms Mum

    5:42

    Malcolm's Mum by Splodgenessabounds, taken from the Peel Session recorded on 28 October 1980.

  • Splodgenessabounds - Two Little Boys

    3:16

    PUNK N DISORDERLY 2 26
    Splodgenessabounds - Two Little Boys

    You simply cannot beat a right good punk rock compilation album and the daddy of them all has to be the Punk & Disorderly series.

    Spanning over 20 years of punk rock mayhem, this film contains some of the very best from the leading lights of the scene. There just doesn't seem to be any stopping the punk phenomenon as it hurtles towards its 4th decade, and this collection is proof positive of just how strong the movement still is.

    The P&D series has always striven to bring you the very best that is out there, and this collection is no different. Featuring classic promos from the 80s second wave bands, rare live footage from Jettisoundz archive and many never seen before live and promo tracks Punk & Disorderly 2 keeps a proud tradition of quality rock n roll alive.

  • Splodgenessabounds - Whats that Funny Noise

    1:46

    From the Album Splodgenessabounds

  • Splodgenessabounds - Rolf

    1:43

    A classic tribute to Rolf Harris by Splodgenessabounds

  • Splodgenessabounds - Youve Got To Have A Dream - Cashing In On Christmas Volume 5

    4:01

    Christmas is not complete without the latest installment of Black Hole's acclaimed Cashing In On Christmas series! Featuring (mostly) original Christmas tunes from some of the top Punk and Oi! bands as well as some up and comers. Whether you love Christmas or hate it, you won't be able to stop yourself from singing along to some of the future classics on this 3-sided LP, which has a laser etching on the 4th side.

    Cashing In On Christmas Volume 5 sports 19 tracks (plus two bonus tracks on the included CD version) from Angry Snowmans, Bishops Green, BOY, Chem D, Evil Conduct, Harrinton Saints (with a guest appearance by The Dwarves He Who Cannot Be Named), Hooligan (Dublin), Immoral Discipline, Lion's Law, Maddog Surrender, Missile Toads, Monkish, On The Job, Prins Carl, Roadside Bombs, Sniper 66, Splodgenessabounds, Stranglehold, Suckered In and The Bad Engrish. How's THAT for a Christmas party?

    This year also features the return of cover artist Richard Stone, with a brilliant spoof of the Exploited's Troops of Tomorrow album cover.

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  • splodgenessabounds Two Little Boys

    2:45

  • Splodgenessabounds - Michael Booths Talking Bum

    2:31

    The B.Side to the 1980 single Simon Templer.

  • Splodgenessabounds - Horse.

    1:26

    Saying Goodbye to his Horse!! Double A side with Two Little Boys, 1980 on Deram Records.

  • SPLODGENESSABOUNDS John Peel 28th October 1980

    12:36

    SPLODGENESSABOUNDS John Peel 28th October 1980

  • SPLODGENESSABOUNDS : SIMON TEMPLER

    2:37

    With The Saint and Return of the Saint intro

  • Splodgenessabounds - Rolf

    1:42

    Rolf by Splodgenessabounds, taken from the Peel Session recorded on 28 October 1980.

  • Splodgenessabounds two little boys

    2:02

    splodgenessabounds, 2 little boys, rebellion festival 2008

  • Morning Milky

    3:37

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    Morning Milky · Splodgenessabounds

    Splodgenessabounds

    ℗ 1981 Sanctuary Records Group Ltd., a BMG Company

    Released on: 1981-01-01

    Vocals, Producer: Max Splodge
    Vocals, Harmony Vocal: Baby Greensleeves
    Guitar: Miles Flat
    Guitar: Terence Dale
    Bass Guitar: Roger Rodent
    Keyboards: Winston Forbe
    Saxophone: Wiffy Archer
    Composer: Martyn Everist
    Composer: William Kimbling
    Composer: Tony Diggines

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  • Splodgenessabounds - Porky Scratchings

    54

    From the Album Splodgenessabounds

  • Splodgenessabounds

    3:02

  • Splodgenessabounds-Scrapyard

    2:26

    Live @ The 12 Bar 9/12/2011

  • Splodgenessabounds-two pints of lager and a packet of crisps please-2016 Rebellion Blackpool

    3:13

  • Poison Babies Vs Batman

    4:57

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    Poison Babies Vs Batman · Splodgenessabounds

    Splodgenessabounds

    ℗ 1981 Sanctuary Records Group Ltd., a BMG Company

    Released on: 1981-01-01

    Vocals, Producer: Max Splodge
    Vocals, Harmony Vocal: Baby Greensleeves
    Guitar: Miles Flat
    Guitar: Terence Dale
    Bass Guitar: Roger Rodent
    Keyboards: Winston Forbe
    Saxophone: Wiffy Archer
    Composer: Martyn Everist

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  • Splodgenessabounds - Two Pints Of Lager And A Packet Of Crisps Please Live @ Rebellion Festival 2011

    3:37

    Splodgenessabounds
    - Two Pints Of Lager And A Packet Of Crisps Please
    Rebellion Festival 2011

  • Splodgenessabounds - Two Little Boys - Top Of The Pops 11-09-1980

    2:58

  • Rolf

    1:41

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    Rolf · Splodgenessabounds

    Splodgenessabounds

    ℗ 1981 Sanctuary Records Group Ltd., a BMG Company

    Released on: 1981-01-01

    Vocals, Producer: Max Splodge
    Vocals, Harmony Vocal: Baby Greensleeves
    Guitar: Miles Flat
    Guitar: Terence Dale
    Bass Guitar: Roger Rodent
    Keyboards: Winston Forbe
    Saxophone: Wiffy Archer
    Composer: Martyn Everist
    Composer: Wayne Gregan

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