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Don't Play God, Chocolate Starfish

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This is a song on the B side by Chocolate Starfish, Don't Play God... The lead singer is Adam Thompson a talented man, who to this day teachs music, at a school in Australia. Chocolate Starfish done a cover of "You're So Vain" by Carlie Simon as a fan of this band we use to go out and see them on the week-end or in the week some times around Melbourne Australia. They also had a prom of another song "On This Day" by radio 2BS in Bathurst NSW Australia Also. Hope you like the tune as I have also.
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Dazza G (1 год назад)
:D Christ knows how many years back it , BUT ............. Tall Timbers Hotel OURIMBAH NSW upgraded it's 'function' room, Adam & the Lads were THE 1st act to play the new room, thinking there was 100/150 of us watching & FUCKING HELL !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! They played their ♥'s out.... MASSIVE Gig, Adam climbed all over stage & even us in the audience, as a LONG time Angels /Rose Tattoo fan who'd seen both act's heaps, i remember wandering away thinking the Choc's were the new face of the classic "Aussie Pub Rock' scene, & still scratch my head wondering how it slowed.....
MensHelpTv (1 год назад)
I think it is the case once in a life time, and you saw it. MensHelpTv
MensHelpTv (6 лет назад)
I might have only seen them 12 times but each time was worth it... in Melbourne. MensHelpTv
Rodney Stewart (6 лет назад)
The Greatest live Band in the World.
Graeme casboult (8 лет назад)
i went and saw them twice in Newcastle once when they supported Ugly Kid Joe and they actually played a longer and better set then U.K.J did i was totally blown away by the fact cause how often is the support band better than the main act.
MensHelpTv (8 лет назад)
Yes they was a very active band for a period in Australia as I know.

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