Summer of Savile – The Whole Filthy Suite

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Summer of Savile – Prologue

Day 1 – The Broken Miner

Day 2 – Aspirations

Day 3 – No Context For You

Day 4 – Jimmy Gets His Fuck On

Day 5 – I’ve Just Taken PCP

Day 6 – Chaos

Day 7 – Biomechanical Fetishism

Day 8 – Race Relations

Day 9 – Danger Danger

Day 10 – Qu’est-ce Que?

Day 11 – Keyser Savile

Day 12 – The Magick Chair

Day 13 – Advice

Day 14 – Philosophy

Day 15 – The Events

Day 16 – Better Left Unsaid

Day 17 – Pick nuh Mix

Day 18 – A Touch of The Horrors

Day 19 – Travel

Day 20 – Dropping Names

Day 21 – Well Random

Day 22 – Slapstick & First Dates

Day 23 – Jimmy Defined – Part I

Day 24 – Jimmy Defined – Part II

Day 25 – The Jealousy of Wilt Chamberlain

Day 26 – Loftelian PLC

Day 27 – Exeunt Omnes

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~ by Stuart on October 30, 2009.

8 Responses to “Summer of Savile – The Whole Filthy Suite”

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