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Cosmo

Happy Christmas, Jonny!

I hope that you and those you love will have a wonderful day!

Paul Fromont

Merry Christmas Jonny, Jen, and lads. I hope the day has gone well for you. Thanks for the places you've taken us via your blog this year Jonny. It's a been a good journey.

Paul

Happy christmas to you and your family!

geerard

Best wishes for you too dude. . . if I'll plans to come to the UK this year I'll connect.

Btw: "you're listening to-list" . . . very decent. And I'm proud to see Machinefabriek listed.

Geerard

jonny

thanks all...

ha - yes geerard that is probably the weirdest album i have listened to all year!

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