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[影片快递] 【整理】2009-05-24 海盗电台 The Boat That Rocked

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In 1966 there were 571 American radio stations blasting Rock ‘n’ Roll 24 hours a day. But in the country that gave you The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, the only way to hear their music was to tune in to a boat.
You’re listening to
Radio Rock, and I'm The Count, and I count on you as we count down to ecstasy.
They were called Pirates.
Pirate Radio, they are the sewer of dirty, low models.
Could I introduce Carl?
Hi, I’m Angus.
I’m
The Count.
I’m a lesbian.
You know what
a lesbian is.
I do!

Fun time, is it?
The fans made them famous.
Wow!

You think you could / relove a man with a Hunky Foo-man-choo.
No.
I
could shave it.
The government made them outlaws.
The drugtakers and the lawbreakers and the bottom bashing agitators.
Th
ere will soon to be the first person that occurs on Rock ‘n’ Roll Radio.

Enough!
But they wrist it off.
You can’t do this.
Why not?
We’re pirates, that's why
all sit down here in the middle of freedom ocean.
For the music they love. Goodbye
We’re going to shut them down.
They can’t close us down.
They will find a way, governments
loathe people being free.
From Midnight
s on New Year’s Eve, Radio Rock will be breaking the law.
From Richard Curtis.
Tonight, Pirate Radio dies.
Creator of Four Weddings and a Funeral.
This isn't gonna happen.
They will come after us.
Let them try.
And Love Actually.
We thought we never die, but
/ can’t fight City Hall.
3, 2, 1.
Only can do, let’s rock!


This summer, from Universal Pictures comes a comedy about a time.
These is[are]best days of our lifes.
When love couldn’t be silenced.
The first moment when I spoke to you(
不知道哪国语言), I fell in love with you.
And music could change the world.
Young men and young women,
will always dream dreams, and put those dreams into songs.
The Boat That Rocked.
I can see why you
want that condom.
What?
Night Night!
What did he just say?
Night Night!
In the mountains of truth ,you can never climb in vain.
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