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Many thanks to everyone who has passed on suggestions, or merely inspired these choices by comments on the TAMB or by email. Unfortunately, I'm prone to forgetting who has credit for what, so thanks in no particular order to Craig, Kev, Bruce C, Rich, Reeky, Tam C, Mazz, Bruce McL and everyone else I've forgotten!


Ally Maciver

A hirsute Ally Ed Byrne James May Sean of the Manic Street Preachers
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Helen (and her pal Lisa)


Lisa and Helen Helen and Lisa Hmmm... To avoid any confusion, here's Helen
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Stevie Imlach (Loony Alba)

Stevie Imlach about to play with his instrument One of the Four Poofs, without his piano
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Chris Houston (Loony Alba)

Hot Chip

Lukewarm Chris

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Andy Maclean (Loony Alba)

Andy Mac Alistair Darling A Thunderbird Father Ted
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Craig McDowall (Loony Alba)

Black Francis McDowall Craig He's got previous for this! Hoss from Bonanza
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Jimbers Carrey "What do you mean I look like that!?"
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Helen, Bruce & Lisa

Three zombies Helen, Bruce and Lisa on the beer in Germany
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Reeky Sporran (Sporran Legion)

A loud and lairy cartoon-ish figure of fun Foghorn Leghorn
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Meg Ritchie (WESTA/Sporran Legion)

Meg Ritchie Meg Ritchie Meg Ritchie (thanks to Reeky)
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Kenny Hamilton (WESTA)

Right Said Kenny Right Said Fred Comedian Stephen Frost I bet he drinks campari and soda
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Rudi Völler

The best waiter at Schumacher in Düsseldorf Rudi Völler
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