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When he sings “And I can trace my history/Down one generation to my home/In one of our submarines” ('One Of Our Submarines') he's telling the truth Dolby's uncle died in a submarine during the Second World War, and his father worked in intelligence overseas. So there's a sense of 'after the apocalypse' or impending war. I think that's a pervading feeling through all the songs. Unfollow thomas dolby golden age of wireless to stop getting updates on your eBay feed. Please, then. I like to travel and I like the unexpected experiences of being in a new place and finding out how that affects your mood and your imagination.
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That was always quite important to me. The album is notable for containing the pop hit “ ” in its later resequencings. A lot of them are very much about the extra weight that's added to emotional feeling in the context of wartime. Following the album’s overall theme of radio are the songs “ ”, “ ” and “ ”, along with songs about the modern world (“ ”, “ ”, “ ”).