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In the 1989 "Timeslides" episode of U.K. sci-fi series ''Red Dwarf'', Dave Lister (Craig Charles) gets to glimpse his past self, as a 17-year old practicing the song "Om" with his garage, or whatever they use for garages in the future, band. "Om," also known as "The Om Song", had a very simple lyric (can you guess?), and a lot of noise. Bill Steer and Jeff Walker of Liverpool grindcore act Carcass, played, respectively, bandmembers Dobbin and Gaz. Emile Charles played young Lister.
 
In the 1989 "Timeslides" episode of U.K. sci-fi series ''Red Dwarf'', Dave Lister (Craig Charles) gets to glimpse his past self, as a 17-year old practicing the song "Om" with his garage, or whatever they use for garages in the future, band. "Om," also known as "The Om Song", had a very simple lyric (can you guess?), and a lot of noise. Bill Steer and Jeff Walker of Liverpool grindcore act Carcass, played, respectively, bandmembers Dobbin and Gaz. Emile Charles played young Lister.
  
See also [[Rasta Billy Skank]]
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See also [[Rasta Billy Skank]]
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[[Category:Red Dwarf]]

Revision as of 06:14, 18 April 2011

In the 1989 "Timeslides" episode of U.K. sci-fi series Red Dwarf, Dave Lister (Craig Charles) gets to glimpse his past self, as a 17-year old practicing the song "Om" with his garage, or whatever they use for garages in the future, band. "Om," also known as "The Om Song", had a very simple lyric (can you guess?), and a lot of noise. Bill Steer and Jeff Walker of Liverpool grindcore act Carcass, played, respectively, bandmembers Dobbin and Gaz. Emile Charles played young Lister.

See also Rasta Billy Skank