GIRLS, an obscure Japanese rock band , who released this lp in '78

updated as of May 23rd 2010,

the last update prior was - March 25th '07

rare videos on the GIRLS, and also on RUMI KOYAMA found, scroll down :)



SIDE A: In The Flesh, Honky Tonk Women, Trivial Matters, Hard Luck Woman, Wandering Cat, Johnny B. Good

SIDE B: Cherry Bomb, X Offender, A Goodbye Kiss, Sheena Is A Punk Rocker, Girls, Your Heart, Oh! Darling

Condition: sleeve: ex / record: ex

Label: Mercury 9126 602

Year and pressing: 1978, Dutch pressing

Description: All girl Japanese 70s glam rock, they played covers of Blondie, Ramones, Rolling Stones, , Chuck Berry, including inner sleeve with photo and lyrics in Japanese and English.

'PUNKY KISS' - single late 70s ??

not exactly sure if this single was released in the late 70s but judging from the picture sleeve we saw it probably was, and it was featured in a collection of the beautiful Mrs Deborah Harry and her husband Chris Stein, search out punk books for some 45s on a wall behind them and you'll see it

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cool new wave circa '78 !

http://youtube.com/watch?v=VLeRkWC7U_U&feature=related also 'LOVEJACK' '78


found a video collage someone made for the RUNAWAYS 'CHERRY BOMB' at this link -


The girls names are LLIA, LENA, GILL, SADIE, and RITA.... if anyone knows more about them please let us know....

THE PINKY CHICKS 60s Beat girls

excert from BIBLE CODE.COM

see page 21 for quotes and commentary by the 70s invasion on the BIBLE CODE

To reiterate my original hypothesis: If God were to put codes in the Bible, He would certainly leave a signature in it using the names and titles of God which are mentioned in the plain Bible text, and insure that they occur in highly significant numbers, far beyond or below statistically expected amounts. These would constitute a divine signature of the Author of the books individually, the separate testaments and the bible as a whole.

I conclude that the data support the hypothesis overwhelmingly. My comparisons apply specifically to the Jacobite Peshitto New Testament. It appears that this text has the divine signature all through its 27 individual books and the work as a whole, having extreme variations in the actual numbers of divine names, as compared to expected values and the control results in War and Peace.

This investigation will continue. I welcome others to join in it. I am impressed with an overwhelming sense of awe.

“My heart standeth in awe of thy word.?- Psalm 119:161

I believe the heavens have made contact.

What is the Peshitta?

There are two ancient versions of the Peshitta, the New Testament in Aramaic; one is used by the Assyrian Nestorians and the other, called the Peshitto, is used by the Syrian Monophysites—also called Jacobites.

These groups were formed by a split in the Eastern Church concerning Christologythe doctrine of who Christ iswhich occurred in A.D. 451. Both groups had used the same Aramaic Bible and have continued to hold fast to it, even to this day. Neither group would have held to a text which the other produced, so it is in vain to suggest that either side produced or revised the text at that or a later time.

Another distinctive feature of both these versions, which helps to more precisely date them, is the fact that each originally excluded (the Eastern Church does still) 2 Peter, 2 John, 3 John, Jude and Revelation. This is a testament to the fact that the Peshitta-Peshitto was formed before the Council of Carthage in AD 397, when the canon of scripture became official and standard. Apparently, the Eastern Churches received their New Testament at a very early stage of its formation, even before the canon included John’s revelation, the last book to be written, circa A.D. 95. It would seem they took the New Testament “hot off the press.?br />


There are very few and slight variations in the two versions. I have copies of both versions and have compared them. Results are below.

Remember that the Eastern Church has always insisted that its New Testament is unchanged from the apostles?time unto the present.

—The gospel of Matthew in both versions has exactly 57,798 letters. —Mark in the Jacobite Peshitto has 36,326 lettersthe same as the Nestorian peshitta. —In Luke, the Peshitto has exactly 62,649 letters, 46 more than the Peshitta. —In John, the former is just 50 letters longer than the latter, after compensating for the exclusion of chapter 7:53-8:11 from the Nestorian text and its inclusion in the Jacobite version. —The book of Hebrews in the Jacobite Peshitto has 78 letters more than the Nestorian Peshitta.

I have been unable to compare more than these five books thus far. These are computer counts, so they should be reliable. They are incredible statistics in themselves, considering that these texts must be at least 1600 years old.


See here here on this rare video, strong performance of a VANILLA FUDGE classic