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Graham Corker
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About Me:
Not a lot to talk about. Love my music, love my scooter and love my clothes. It's all about the love really!!
Relationship Status:
Married
Top 5 Tunes at the Moment
Watcha Gonna Do - Small Faces
Please Please Please - James Brown
Feeling it once again - The Sand Creek Massacre
Beautiful Thing - Ocean Colour Scene
Mr Clean - Jam
Favourite Types of Clothing
fitted polos, desert boots, fitted shirts, dealer boots
Favourite Shops/Sites
Stuarts - London and Basilica duo - Reading
Favourite Club Night
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Favourite DJs
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Favourite Venue
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Favourite Event?
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Fave things about ‘The Scene’
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Vespa or Lambretta or Other?
Vespa, Lambretta, Other

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At 16:16 on November 9, 2009, Kimmy said…
I'm doing fine thanks. I had to get a job to start paying for some of my mod indulgences i.e. music, clothes. I go to school 4 days a week and work in the local mayour's office. Being a mod is too expensive. What about you how are you doing?
At 20:28 on October 6, 2009, Kimmy said…
Thanks that was really helpful. Im really impressed by the amount of information you knew. It would have taken me days to sort all of that out by searching for it on the internet but you clarified it quite well. Also I am going to take your recommendation and look up some of the music you told me earlier. Thanks for all of your help
At 15:22 on October 6, 2009, Kimmy said…
Thanks, one of the things I love is music and I have been curious as to what music was/is popular in the mod scene. I tried everyones old standby google and came up with the following: The Small Faces, The Kinks, The Jam, The Style Council, and The Who (mentioning the Who confused me because I always thought they were Rockers?) Are these examples of Mod Music? I have also read that these were the popular mod bands but maybe not because other sources I have read that they were not really popular with mods. Maybe you could explain this to me because I dont quite know which source to believe. The internet seems to be filled with contradicting articles.
At 0:03 on October 6, 2009, Kimmy said…
Thanks! You are the first person whos said anything to me. I really appreciate that. Sorry if I sound alittle over excited.
 
 
 

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