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  1. Ugly Rumours was the name of a rock band founded in part by future UK prime minister Tony Blair, while studying law at St John's College, Oxford during the early 1970s; he sang and played guitar. The band's name came from the cover of the Grateful Dead 's album From the Mars Hotel. [1]

  2. 29/01/2011 · Ugly Rumours were a British rock band briefly active during the early 1970's formed by students at St. Johns College Oxford. The band derived it's name from the cover of the Grateful Dead album 'From the Mars Hotel'. Notable members include: Anthony (Tony) Blair, who late… read more View all tracks War 60 listeners 31 Dec 2006 · 1 track

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  3. Ugly Rumors era el nombre de una banda de rock fundada en parte por el ex primer ministro británico Tony Blair, mientras estudiaba derecho en St John's College, Oxford, a principios de la década de 1970; cantaba y tocaba la guitarra. El nombre de la banda proviene de la portada del álbum From the Mars Hotel de Grateful Dead.

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    Ugly Rumours From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Ugly Rumours may refer to: Ugly Rumours (band), a British rock band founded by former UK prime minister Tony Blair Ugly Rumours (novel), a 1975 novel about the Vietnam War by Tobias Wolff This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Ugly Rumours.

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    09/06/2005 · posted by Ugly Rumours at 11:57 pm 13 comments Thursday, June 09, 2005 Arithmetic for Africans Every African alive today has already received the equivalent of $5,000 in aid. Africa has 100,000 millionaires. For every $1,000 of debt Africa's governments have exported $1,450 of capital into foreign banks Gordon talks of a 'Marshall Plan' for Africa.