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Does Lisbon Acid count?

 

My initial intent was UK centric locales but I added the Mt. Saint Michel in France. So it counts... Added.

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St Michaels Mount is in Cornwall, not France. Here

Richard grew up in this region, so it makes much more sense.

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St Michaels Mount is in Cornwall, not France. Here

Richard grew up in this region, so it makes much more sense.

Look again... I put St. Michaels Mount in Cornwall and Mt. Saint Michel in France. Both places were represented.

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a lot of his tracks are in britain what is the reason of this

 

Praps it's cos like the place where he's from like.

 

No seriously, was I being too ambitious in thinking that all these place names would be in the shape of an Aphex Logo?

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Coincidentally... there's an area in Ireland called Trough located just several miles North of Limerick, RDJ's birthplace.

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Guest ruiagnelo

St Michaels Mount is in Cornwall, not France. Here

Richard grew up in this region, so it makes much more sense.

Look again... I put St. Michaels Mount in Cornwall and Mt. Saint Michel in France. Both places were represented.

 

Even so, i don't think the french one has anything meaning to richard :P

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St Michaels Mount is in Cornwall, not France. Here

Richard grew up in this region, so it makes much more sense.

Look again... I put St. Michaels Mount in Cornwall and Mt. Saint Michel in France. Both places were represented.

 

Even so, i don't think the french one has anything meaning to richard :P

 

really?! i mean... just think about it for second. both names have 2 shared attributes, Mt./Mount and St./Saint, Michel and Michael are near gender equivalents, and both locations share similar geographic identities.

 

yeah... i don't think it has any meaning to Rich at all.

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