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The Entropy Tango

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  • The Entropy Tango

    I've just finished The Entropy Tango novel, and was rather enjoying the song "lyrics" that break up the chapters. Of course Mr M credits a chap with writing music for the songs, but I was wondering if any of these songs have ever been recorded? Forgive my ignorance if I'm bringing up something that has been discussed before. If Mr M is having a laugh, and no music was ever written, has anyone ever tried to set the words to any sort of music?

    Just random curiosity, although I'd pay good money to see a song about the Beesley family on Top of the Pops!

    "That which does not kill us, makes us stranger." - Trevor Goodchild

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    I far as I am aware waht has been done I s on a CD called 'the Elf and The Hawk' which may not be totally legit
    I have no Idea where to get a copy
    If you do track some down can you please tell me at
    [email protected]

    check out


    • #3
      Thanks for the tip off!

      Er... I don't know a lot about these sorts of forums, but I think that putting your e-mail address in a post increases your chances of getting crappy junk mail. Sorry.

      "That which does not kill us, makes us stranger." - Trevor Goodchild


      • #4
        Don't worry me it's the works e-mail and the firewalls damm good