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  Episode 2.7

Oasis - "Half The World Away"
(from "The Masterplan" Creation)
The Royle Family theme tune.

Fuzz Townshend - "Tasty Big Ed"
("Far In" - Fruition 1999 FRUTLPCD1)
Once again, Mr Townshend provides the music. This time to Twist in the nightclub.

The Bluetones "Fock Da Brainhole"
(from the "Mudslide" EP - Superior Quality 2000)
This is a Bluetones B-Side which apes the mighty feedback of the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion and seemed like an appropriately noisy soundtrack to Amber's house.

Scooch - "Maybe Tomorrow"
(Do Not Buy Under Any Circumstances)
This is a rather naff version of the Littlest Hobo theme by the now-defunct Steps rip-offs Scooch. Of course it worked perfectly well in the scene where Colin goes AWOL in the back garden.

Superfurryanimals - "Mu-Tron"
(from the Ice Hockey Hair EP - Creation 1998 CRESCD288)
This is a lovely Beach-Boys esque instrumental from the Welsh wonders. It is the gloriously soppy music which accompanies Daisy leaving the house and the later scene where she is at the train station.

Take That - "Back For Good"
What can we say. When Tim has to convince Marsha in a Say Anything moment, only the finest boy band pap will do. Ghost-written by The Bee Gees apparently...

John Denver "Babe I Hate To Go"
Famous for its "leaving on a jet plane" chorus, this is Sophie Choice of listening in her flat.

Lemon Jelly - "The Staunton Lick"
(from the album "LemonJelly" XL Recordings 2000)
A truly beautiful track to round off the second series. And who's on bass? Why none other than Guy Pratt, Spaced composer. Fact.

Also in Ep 7, from Ken Patterson:
Thunderbirds Theme
Mike's motivational music

How Much is that Doggy in the Window?
The house next door...


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