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Bad Blood - Supergrass Presents Diamond Hoo Ha Men - Glange Fever (DVD)

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  1. In and , while Supergrass band mate Mick Quinn was suffering from broken heel and vertebrae, Danny and Gaz Coombes went on a short tour of the country playing at small venues as the Diamond Hoo Ha Men. The tour was captured on film for a Rockumentary called Glange Fever, released in
  2. "Diamond Hoo Ha Man" is a song by British rock band Supergrass. The single was first played live at Guilfest in Guildford, England, and this live version was then released as a free download via the band's website (as was its B-side "").It is the first official single from the band's sixth album, Diamond Hoo Ha, and was released on 14 January as a vinyl-only .
  3. Charly directed Glange Fever (under pseudonym "Chas Harrison") a rockumentary which followed their exploits. For a handful of 'full band' Supergrass dates on the Diamond Hoo Ha tour (as oppose to Gaz & Danny as The Diamond Hoo Ha Men duo), Charly Coombes filled in for Mick Quinn on bass while he recovered from his injuries.
  4. Watch the video for Bad Blood from Supergrass's Diamond Hoo Ha for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  5. Aug 04,  · Glange. "Its like a mix of Glam rock and Grunge music". Gaz (Duke Diamond), Danny (Randy Hoo Ha) and badminton enthusiast Charly Coombes (Chas Harrison) in % pisstake mode, very funny, bizarre, very "gay" with some great tunes thrown into the mix/5(8).
  6. Feb 16,  · Supergrass "Bad Blood" in High Quality Dir: Keith Schofield. Skip navigation Sign in. Supergrass - Diamond Hoo Ha Man (Official HD Video) - Duration: Supergrass .
  7. DIAMOND HOO HA MEN – GLANGE FEVER. Live Tracks: • Beat It • Bad Blood • • Outside • Rough Knuckles • Never Done Nothing Like That Before • Lenny • Diamond Hoo Ha Man • Caught By The Fuzz. YOKO ONO: ‘ALL TOMORROW’S PARTIES’ Live at Camber Sands, Rye, UK () with Sean Lennon, Vincent Gallo & John Frusciante.

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