History YMMV / SoulMusic

19th Oct '15 2:59:13 AM youfeelingluckypunk27
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*** They did the same thing at the birth of radio, and so did the Musician's Union in the UK. Since Pratchett is a British author old enough to remember this, it's most likely a reference to the MU's opposition to recorded music being played in public venues.

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*** They did the same thing at the birth of radio, and so did the Musician's Union in the UK. Since Pratchett is was a British author old enough to remember this, it's most likely a reference to the MU's opposition to recorded music being played in public venues.
22nd Sep '15 11:29:47 AM MechWarrior
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* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: Okay, it's a book, so there isn't ''actual'' music, but TheGrimReaper shredding on a guitar must be awesome.

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* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: Okay, it's a book, so there isn't ''actual'' music, but TheGrimReaper shredding on a guitar must be awesome.
14th Jul '15 5:44:13 AM Sharlee
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** Objects in Death's house are inaccurately reconstructed (rock-hard hanging towels, drawers and blotters fused into desks, pipes not hollow until Albert had them replaced) because when Death is carrying out the Duty and sees such things, he's ''incorporeal'' and can't actually touch or handle them. Hence, he has no way of knowing their proper texture, weight, or whether they should be movable.

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** Objects in Death's house are inaccurately reconstructed (rock-hard hanging towels, drawers and blotters fused into desks, pipes not hollow until Albert had them replaced) because when Death is carrying out the Duty and sees such things, he's usually ''incorporeal'' and can't actually touch or handle them. Hence, he has no way of knowing their proper texture, weight, or whether they should be movable.
14th Jul '15 5:43:30 AM Sharlee
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** Objects in Death's house are inaccurately reconstructed (rock-hard hanging towels, drawers and blotters fused into desks, pipes not hollow until Albert had them replaced) because when Death is carrying out the Duty and sees such things, he's ''incorporeal'' and can't actually touch or handle them. Hence, he has no way of knowing their proper texture, weight, or whether they should be movable.
8th Jan '15 1:06:47 PM MrDeath
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* WhatMightHaveBeen: In the scene where the Librarian is playing [[VideoGame/SpaceInvaders Barbarian Invaders]], Pterry missed the chance to slip in a gag based on the fact that the "initials" most commonly entered into high-score tables are [[AC:SEX]].
8th Jan '15 12:10:59 PM Khurzog
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* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: Okay, it's a book, so there isn't ''actual'' music, but TheGrimReaper shredding on a guitar imust be awesome.

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* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: Okay, it's a book, so there isn't ''actual'' music, but TheGrimReaper shredding on a guitar imust must be awesome.
28th Aug '14 12:15:39 PM Trueman001
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* WhatMightHaveBeen: In the scene where the Librarian is playing [[VideoGame/SpaceInvaders Barbarian Invaders]], Pterry missed the chance to slip in a gag based on the fact that the "initials" most commonly entered into high-score tables are [[AC:SEX]].
14th Jan '14 12:32:21 AM jaydude
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* Narm: It becomes a bit harder to feel sad in the scene [[spoiler:where the band die]], due to Susan suddenly screaming [[BigNo "NOOOOOOOOOO!"]] to the heavens.

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* Narm: {{Narm}}: It becomes a bit harder to feel sad in the scene [[spoiler:where the band die]], due to Susan suddenly screaming [[BigNo "NOOOOOOOOOO!"]] to the heavens.
14th Jan '14 12:31:58 AM jaydude
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*** They did the same thing at the birth of radio, and so did the Musician's Union in th UK. Since Practchett is a British author old enough to remember this, it's most likely a reference to the MU's opposition to recorded music being played in public venues.

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*** They did the same thing at the birth of radio, and so did the Musician's Union in th the UK. Since Practchett Pratchett is a British author old enough to remember this, it's most likely a reference to the MU's opposition to recorded music being played in public venues.
* Narm: It becomes a bit harder to feel sad in the scene [[spoiler:where the band die]], due to Susan suddenly screaming [[BigNo "NOOOOOOOOOO!"]] to the heavens.
21st Oct '13 3:38:10 PM DoktorvonEurotrash
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** In the animated adaptation, the song "Good Lovin'" contains the lines: "I know the road and I'm in command/ We're gonna hit the heights." This seems to foreshadow [[spoiler: the climax, where the Band's cart goes over the edge of the same high mountain road where Mort and Ysabelle fell to their death.]]

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** In the animated adaptation, the song "Good Lovin'" contains the lines: "I know the road and I'm in command/ We're gonna hit the heights." This seems to foreshadow [[spoiler: the climax, where the Band's cart goes over the edge of the same high mountain road where Mort and Ysabelle Ysabell fell to their death.]]
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