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Buckle Up And Join In Lad - The Long Decline - Buckle Up And Join In Lad (Vinyl)

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  3. The Long Decline discography and songs: Music profile for The Long Decline, formed Genres: Art Rock, Psychedelic Folk, Psychedelic Rock. Albums include Action Time Vision: The Very Best of Mark Perry and ATV () and I'm a Jew / Reflections / The Three Bells.
  4. Buckle Up & Join In Lad The Long Decline 17 Punk Life Alternative TV 18 Unlikely Star Alternative TV 19 Apollo Alternative TV 20 Communication Failure Alternative TV 20 Songs, 1 Hour 16 Minutes.
  5. 7" Single on 45cat: The Long Decline - Buckle Up And Join In Lad / The Three Bells - Overground - UK - OVER
  6. As verbs the difference between collapse and buckle is that collapse is to fall down suddenly; to cave in while buckle is to distort or collapse under physical pressure; especially, of a slender structure in compression or buckle can be to fasten using a buckle. As nouns the difference between collapse and buckle is that collapse is the act of collapsing while buckle is (countable) a clasp.
  7. Apr 19,  · buckle: [verb - intransitive] to fail or err due to pressure. I knew she would buckle at the competition. We've lost our confidence this year. I think we're going to buckle on Friday. See more words with the same meaning: to lose, be defeated, fail.
  8. A slogan meant to convey 'Get to work!' or to say 'Quit lollygagging and get back to work!. For example: Last week the section Boss walked through the office and caught one person surfing the net at their workstation instead of working and he therefore jumped to the conclusion that all the office workers must be doing it all the time. Ergo he gave a threat to the team boss's and then doled out.

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