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Permission to Land; MRC 15

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Hidden : 01/12/2013
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Fifthteenth in a series of random caches all named after albums from My Record Collection and in no particular order.
There will be no nano's in this series, they will always be in or near to a tree and they will be very close to a road so an easy cache and dash.

.Permission to Land the debut album by those Lowestoft Rockers The Darkness lead by that flayboyant frontman Justin Hawkins with that falsetto voice. Back in 2003 they their hit I Believe in a Thing Called Love  took the country by storm and reached number two in the singles Chart. The band put fun back into music for a while with their onstage humour.The band then fell apart after the launch of their second album with Hawkins going into rehab for alcoholand cocaine problems. Then in 2011 the band reforms going on to play at various festivals but have failed to achieve anywhere near their original success. FTF Honours go to geoff&steph

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

vs lbhe bhg ybbxvat sbe vg ba n "Sevqnl Avtug" naq trg "Fghpx va n Ehg" naq ner guvaxvat bs "Tviva Hc" tvir "Oynpx Fuhpx" n pnyy, ur'f orra "Tebjvat ba Zr".

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(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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