So there we were, minding our own business, watching the Aliens commentary (as you do), when the Marines in the cast started discussing Al Matthews aka Sgt. Apone. I forget what it was exactly that was said, but I was inspired to look him up on Wikipedia (which is always right) and learned something new: before he loved the Colonial Marine Corps, he had landed a hit single in 1975 with “Fool,” which reached #16 on the UK Singles Chart.
The path then was clear: find the song. And the Internet did not let me down. Here he is live from Top of the Pops…
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Not bad at all. And he is working that scarf. And of course, I had to find the cover art for the single.
Wait. “Don’t Run From My Love”? There’s a B-side? Well, we must have it.[ad#horiz-ad]
And lest anyone forget who you’re dealing with: here’s something else that appeared on the Aliens Blu-Ray.
Fan-tastic. Thanks, Internets! And if you don’t have the , well, you need it. It’s pretty great.
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