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Thursday 12 October 2017

Village Life!

    It’s not all work you know, there is some rest and play as the Mars bar adverts used to say, “A Mars a day helps you work, rest and play.” Here Number 2 relaxes by playing his Prisoner soundtrack music LP. It’s a particular favourite piece in his collection, his pride and joy. There’s not a scratch on the record, the sleeve is perfect, itself contained in a clear plastic sleeve to protect it. And it’s not allowed to be left in the sun for fear of fading by sunlight. And how did Number 2 come by this record? It I was of course a special import. In fact the record is so special that Number 2 ordered 6 copies, and told the shopkeeper to hurry over to the Green Dome the moment they arrived.
     So Number 2 sits quietly in the comfort of his spherical chair listening to the Prisoner theme music, and accompanying incidental music and the closing credits. You might well be thinking how is this possible? After all the first Prisoner soundtrack LP wasn’t produced until 1984. Well The Village has been going for at least 50 years, and one must expect special imports of various kinds to find their way into The Village from time to time!

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