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48 May Street, Hamilton, New Zealand
Electronica (Acid House) group formed in Manchester, England in 1988.
Hershel Gordon Lewis’ “Two Thousand Maniacs!” (1964). A Confederate town takes revenge on six Yankee travelers.
ABBA is an acronym formed from the first letters of each group member's name (Agnetha, Björn, Benny, and Anni-Frid).
Guitarist Terry Corso's thoughts on the potential origin of the human race
“The Art of Noises” (1913)
A 1972 acid western also starring Barry Brown and directed by Robert Benton.
From the Staatliches Bauhaus school founded by walter Gropius which operated from 1919-1933.
Hard core punk band founded in Hermose Beach, CA by Greg Ginn in 1977.
Cash's 1963 album entitled "Blood, Sweat & Tears."
Members of the 'Paris Commune', the socialist government that briefly ruled Paris from March to May 1871.
It's on the 1967 album Gorilla.
French fashion magazine translated into English as "fashion dispatch."
'The Doors of Perception', which quoted William Blake's poem ("If the doors of perception were cleansed / All things would appear infinite").
Durand-Durand was played by Milo O'Shea in the Jane Fonda vehicle based on the French comics by Jean-Claude Forest.
1977 film 'Eraserhead', written and directed by David Lynch.
Warren Fischer and Casey Spooner
Allied pilots in WW2 called UFOs "Foo Fighters".
A ‘green day’ is one in which there is an abundance of marijuana.
'A Clockwork Orange' is a novel by Anthony Burgess and a 1971 film directed by Stanley Kubrick.
Starforce: Alpha Centauri was the second professional published science fiction wargame, by SPI. In the game, the Human League arose in 2415 A.D., and was a frontier-oriented society that desired more independence from Earth and the terraforming of systems not naturally habitable.
On an early single release, they were erroneously called 'Jethro Toe'
From the television show "Lost In Space".
Named after the fictional band in the music video for "Crystal" by New Order.
Made by Ferrara Pan Candy Company
In 'The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy' by Douglas Adams, the answer to the meaning of life is 42.
'The Silmarillion' is a collection of J. R. R. Tolkien's works, edited and published posthumously by his son Christopher.
By Gerald G. Jampolsky and Diane V. Cirincione
`Once,' said the Mock Turtle at last, with a deep sigh, `I was a real Turtle.'
"...and very frequent even in the minds of modest, mouse-coloured people..."
The band's name originates from the novel A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess, in which it means either "milk" (the name of a milk drink Alex and his 'droogs' consume, and the Russian word for milk) or "method of narcotic ingestion". [wikipedia]
A British radio comedy program running from 1951-1960.
“Why you stuck-up, half-witted, scruffy-looking nerf herder!” Princess Leia to Han Solo
San Francisco ska punk band in existence from 1987-1989 with vocalist/guitarist Tim Armstrong who formed the punk band Rancid in 1991.
Pink Anderson and Floyd Council
The REO Motor Car Company was foudned by Ransom Eli Olds, who also founded Oldsmobile.
Released in 1948 as the first single ever released on Chess Records.
1956 American Western film directed by John Ford, based on the 1954 novel by Alan Le May. Also starred Natalie Wood.
Meaning "Burn, burn, Sputnik".
The Religious Order of the Sisters of Mercy (RSM) is an order of Roman Catholic women founded by Catherine McAuley in Dublin, Ireland in 1831.
Squirrel brand’s Nut Zippers.
“Steppenwolf” was also made into a film in 1974 starring Max von Sydow.
In Greek mythology, the River Styx formed the boundary between Earth and the Underworld.
“They Might Be Giants" (1971)
A series of comics created by Belgian artist Herge. Thomson and Thompson are not actual twins, but two bungling detectives who look alike and can only be told apart by the shape of their moustaches.
“Monty Python's Contractual Obligation Album” (1980) side 2 - “Rock Notes" (Eric Idle)
T'Pau is a Vulcan elder (Spock's mother) who has appeared in several episodes of both Star Trek: The Original Series and Star Trek: Enterprise.
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
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