Plumber Harry Blackburn is mad about country and western music, and when he joins the boys Oz regales him with his tales of Nashville and Merle Haggard. The truth comes out about Dennis' debts and the lads all go on strike. Ally, annoyed to here of this sends in his toughest boys to sort them out. The eight builders of course, show them the road back to the North East. Written by
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Bomber says that he prefers Adge Cutler and the Wurzels, and West Country Music. The Wurzels came from Somerset, near Bristol, and styled their music Scrumpy and Western after the type of cider. Drink up thy Zider (in West Country Dialect) was released in 1966, and is practically regarded as the "national anthem" of North Somerset and Bristol, if not all of Somerset. It is by far the most famous Adge Cutler song, often played on local radio. It is also the anthem of Bristol City F.C. See more
At one point in the restaurant, Kenny Ames appears to say something to Ally, but it has been overdubbed with a sigh. See more
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The original head bangers...
Not so much "Heavy Metal" as "Thick Grass". I would think prolonged exposure to this would make you grow udders.
References High Noon