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     Tuesday, May 31, 2005

    Thoughts on Cornershop Amardeep Singh Hybridity Punjabi Sikh
    Thoughts on Cornershop Amardeep Singh Hybridity Punjabi Sikh: "'Norwegian Lakri': Thoughts on Cornershop
    'She's the one that keeps the dream alive' --Cornershop 'Brimful of Asha'
    'IBM ta Coca Cola, muther fucker, Lak laam' --Cornershop, 'We're in Yr Corner'"

    I heard the Punjabi version of "Norwegian wood" the other day and it was cool! I've only just realised that the "cornershop" that sang it is in fact the same "Cornershop" that sang "Brim full of Asha". Cool! Bring on the cornershop. More Cornershop. Plenty of cornershop I'll tell you when to stop.

    (Whoops! Slipped into Billy Connelly mode)

    A better review

    And here's The album

    Posted at 12:27 PM #

    astrology 2005 info is so cheesy but we were looking at it anyway...why i dont know. I guess it is fun to play around online. Anyway, I saw your astrology 2005 posts and though it was cool...Alright, well...have a great night, I am back to astrology 2005 surfing LOL : )

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