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For everyone that likes to listen to his voice as well, I have created a few soundbites. 

        

                                                                                                                                                                                                      

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 'Quiet you scum!'       (ROS)                                                                             .  
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 'Cattle must be driven.'  (Guy and the Sheriff)    (ROS)

 

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 'You dare to call this clean?!'  ( I'm a cleaning lady, You can see why this would appeal to me. :-D     (ROS)

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  'God in Heaven'   (ROS)

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  'Lazy Scum'  (This is actually my alarm in the morning :-) )   (ROS)

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  'That'll be for you' (And this is my ringtone :-D )   (ROS)

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  'Smells in here'  (ROS)

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  'Stay Where You Are!'  (ROS)

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 'What The Devil's That?!'  ( ROS)                                                                .

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  ' Come to claim what's mine.'  (Excalibur)          

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 'I shall come back'   (Excalibur) 
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 'You need fear no harm'   (A Knight in Camelot)   

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 'Save damsel in distress.' ( A Knight in Camelot)

                                                 

  The Addie Tapes Part 1. (With kind permission of owner: Chris Lambert.)

 

 

 

The Addie Tapes Part 2. (With kind permission of owner: Chris Lambert.)

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 Audio Radio interview Regarding 'A Tell Tale Heart & Acts of Revenge'. With kind permission of Chris Lambert. The originals can be found at www.chrislambert.net

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Audio fragment from 'Edmund, Son of Gloucester'. With kind permission of Chris Lambert. The originals can be found at www.chrislambert.net

               

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