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Don't Push by Sublime

Sublime are an American Ska-Punk band whose self-titled album went five times Platinum. They have record sales of 17 million.

The Sublime song Don't Push contains the lyric:

If I was Mike Tyson I'd look for a fight
If I was a Boomtown Rat I would be stayin up all night


The reference is a tribute to the Boomtown Rats song Up All Night.

 

 
Christmas Message

Simon and Garry would like to thank everyone who came to our gigs this year. It is great fun playing for you and always a pleasure to meet you, especially when you tell us we're the dog's. Which we obviously are.

We would like to wish you all a successful Christmas and we look forward to seeing you again next year.

Many thanks and a Hippy Noo Yer

Simon Crowe and Garry Roberts

 
Rats in Surrey

Boomtown Rats fan Keith booked the Rats to play in his home town at Whyteleafe football club on Friday night.

On the coldest night of the year, the band played a brilliant gig to warm the coldest of hearts at the venue filled to the limits of its capacity.

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Bob Geldof Belfast Media Festival
Watch video footage of Bob Geldof speaking at the Belfast Media Festival on the 6th of October 2010.
 
Bob Geldof muses on the critical role of journalism in public life; sets out his vision for the future of the media online and hails the arrival of a new venture in Northern Ireland, "The Detail", an online news and current affairs online platform. The Detail is the creation of Below the Radar Ltd, the Belfast division of the Ten Alps Plc of which Geldof is a non-executive director.
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Jim Kerr a fan of The Boomtown Rats

Jim Kerr, best known for being the lead singer of Simple Minds has declared to Hot Press that he is a fan of The Boomtown Rats.

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