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16th May '16 12:51:46 PM Morgenthaler
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* AudienceParticipationSong: [[ChuckBerry "Bye Bye Johnny"]] closes every concert, with the audience saying goodbye as well as the band.

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* AudienceParticipationSong: [[ChuckBerry [[Music/ChuckBerry "Bye Bye Johnny"]] closes every concert, with the audience saying goodbye as well as the band.
2nd May '16 3:33:57 PM Maxiboy136
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** There's also ''Never Too Late'', which shows a giant disembodied hand coming out of space to stop a rocket from reaching Earth.
2nd May '16 3:28:40 PM Maxiboy136
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* TruckDriversGearChange: Some of their later songs, such as "Everytime I Think of You", "Not At All" and "Running Inside My Head".
12th Feb '16 9:25:31 AM eroock
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One of Britain's most consistently popular rock groups, '''Status Quo''' was formed in 1962 by school friends Francis Rossi (lead guitar, vocals) and Alan Lancaster (bass guitar, vocals). The classic Quo line-up, which lasted until 1981, was completed with the addition of John Coghlan (drums, percussion) and Rick Parfitt (rhythm guitar, vocals).

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One of Britain's most consistently popular rock groups, '''Status Quo''' Status Quo was formed in 1962 by school friends Francis Rossi (lead guitar, vocals) and Alan Lancaster (bass guitar, vocals). The classic Quo line-up, which lasted until 1981, was completed with the addition of John Coghlan (drums, percussion) and Rick Parfitt (rhythm guitar, vocals).
21st Jan '16 5:44:34 PM Exxolon
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One of Britain's most consistently popular rock groups, Status Quo was formed in 1962 by school friends Francis Rossi (lead guitar, vocals) and Alan Lancaster (bass guitar, vocals). The classic Quo line-up, which lasted until 1981, was completed with the addition of John Coghlan (drums, percussion) and Rick Parfitt (rhythm guitar, vocals).

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One of Britain's most consistently popular rock groups, Status Quo '''Status Quo''' was formed in 1962 by school friends Francis Rossi (lead guitar, vocals) and Alan Lancaster (bass guitar, vocals). The classic Quo line-up, which lasted until 1981, was completed with the addition of John Coghlan (drums, percussion) and Rick Parfitt (rhythm guitar, vocals).
27th Aug '15 4:42:21 PM Maxiboy136
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* FaceOnTheCover: A few of their album covers, including ''Quo'', ''On The Level'' and ''Blue For You''.
19th Apr '15 4:47:09 PM Maxiboy136
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* QuestioningTitle: "Is It Really Me?"

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* QuestioningTitle: "Is It Really Me?"Me?", "Who Asked You".
19th Apr '15 4:39:47 PM Maxiboy136
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* LyricalColdOpen: "Good Sign" from ''Rock 'Til You Drop''.

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* LyricalColdOpen: "Good Sign" from ''Rock 'Til You Drop''.Drop'', as well as "Tongue Tied" from ''In Search Of The Fourth Chord''.
11th Mar '15 2:44:48 PM Maxiboy136
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* TakeThat: WordOfGod has confirmed that "Down Down" is one of these against the band's critics and detractors. Many people didn't realise this and thought that the lyrics were full of sexual innuendo (Rossi has speculated that people thought "Down Down" referred to down ''there''). But when you actually listen to the words, it's clear that this isn't the case.

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* TakeThat: WordOfGod has confirmed that "Down Down" is one of these against the band's critics and detractors. Many people didn't realise this and thought that the lyrics were full of sexual innuendo (Rossi (Francis has speculated that people thought "Down Down" referred to down ''there''). But when you actually listen to the words, it's clear that this isn't the case.
11th Mar '15 2:44:24 PM Maxiboy136
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* TakeThat: WordOfGod has confirmed that "Down Down" is one of these against the band's critics and detractors. Many people didn't realise this and thought that the lyrics were full of sexual innuendo (probably because it's called "Down Down" - people thought it meant down ''there''). But when you actually listen to the words, it's clear that this isn't the case.

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* TakeThat: WordOfGod has confirmed that "Down Down" is one of these against the band's critics and detractors. Many people didn't realise this and thought that the lyrics were full of sexual innuendo (probably because it's called (Rossi has speculated that people thought "Down Down" - people thought it meant referred to down ''there''). But when you actually listen to the words, it's clear that this isn't the case.
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