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John Aldi and the Technicolour Dreamcoats - JPop.com
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John Aldi and the Technicolour Dreamcoats

John Aldi and the Technicolour Dreamcoats

John Aldi and the Technicolour Dreamcoats


John Aldi first formed the current Technicolour Dreamcoats line-up in the early 1930's, when most men were committing suicide and failing to provide for their wives and children John Aldi was learning how to form mind bending melodies with nothing but 2 spoons and an old Hessian sack. When John Aldi and his Technicolour Dreamcoats were played on the radio for the first time ever in 1938, it blew so many peoples minds that hundreds thought we had been invaded by aliens. Read more on Last.fm
John Aldi first formed the current Technicolour Dreamcoats line-up in the early 1930's, when most men were committing suicide and failing to provide for their wives and children John Aldi was learning how to form mind bending melodies with nothing but 2 spoons and an old Hessian sack. When John Aldi and his Technicolour Dreamcoats were played on the radio for the first time ever in 1938, it blew so many peoples minds that hundreds thought we had been invaded by aliens. On December 7 1941, John Aldi and his Dreamcoats held a surprise Japanese themed concert at Pearl Harbor naval base. However, despites France's brilliant strategy of antagonising, insulting, declaring war, winning, losing, losing, losing surrendering, the allies were still behind. Until John Aldi landed at Normandy armed only with an acoustic guitar and 6 ounces of pot.

He proceeded to blow the Nazi's minds with crisp melodic riffs and his positive outlook on life. After John Aldi played a private gig for Adolf Hitler, which ended with the tragic blowing of his mind and Germany's surrender to the power of rock, John played a charity gig in Nagasaki with his Technicolour Dreamcoats but unfortunately the Japanese were unable to comprehend this new music and the simultaneous mind blowing caused an explosion which destroyed most of the city and its inhabitants. Luckily John and his Dreamcoats were protected by a +4 shield created by their mezmerising harmonies. Read more on Last.fm.

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