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I'm listening to that MGMT album. I've heard it about 8 times now and I still don't know what I think! I love the first song and then I like the rest of it. Bit nondescript. Fine sounds for this weather though, you fucking hippies.

Published by jamesttg at 2:21pm on Tue 6th May 2008. Viewed 13,247 times.

That was pretty much what I thought about it.

Published by Libertine at 2:24pm on Tue 6th May 2008.

Yeah, kind of confused me a bit too. FWIW, this is how I reviewed it:

http://www.thelineofbestfit.com/2008/02/27/mgmt-oracular-spectacular/

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 2:28pm on Tue 6th May 2008.

so far today I have listened to:

Testcard -- Lines (a bit crap, only made it four songs in)
Dark Captain Light Captain -- some EP or other (didn't even make it to the end of the first song)
Big Star -- Third
and am now indulging in Viva Voce.

Published by sam i at 2:31pm on Tue 6th May 2008.

Bad Religion - Into the Unknown. The 1983 folk/prog rock album they try to forget about!
Stupids - Peruvian vacation LP
Above Them - CDEP.
Hero Squad Myspazz
http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&frien...

Published by ababoonsass at 2:32pm on Tue 6th May 2008.

Prog-folk Bad Religion?

Did you ever see all that gunk about Greg Graffin wanking into a webcam at some girl? Bad professor.

Published by jamesttg at 2:35pm on Tue 6th May 2008.
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A double CD best of Cerrone, French disco music from the late seventies and eighties.

Published by Nuts and Raisins at 2:37pm on Tue 6th May 2008.

De La Soul - 3 Feet High and Rising.

Published by simon_b (not active) at 2:43pm on Tue 6th May 2008.

When hip hop was still fun. Have it (De LA Soul) going in my head now. Cheers Simon B

Published by marcosthebubble at 2:49pm on Tue 6th May 2008.

Can't wait for their ATP set :-D

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 2:50pm on Tue 6th May 2008.

The demos of Brian Wilsons new song suite have leaked so I'm listening to them.

Published by mwhite (not active) at 2:51pm on Tue 6th May 2008.

I'm listening to The Last Days of Jesus. They're like the 80s Matchbox B-Line Disaster. But Slovakian.

Published by Mrs Robinson at 2:51pm on Tue 6th May 2008.

Bad Religion... first EP and LP - Classic Californian Hardcore. (1981/82)
2nd LP - Prog rock folk keyboard rock with no punk rock at all. The record was decimated by the punk rockers and the band split up due to "drug abuse and college" (1983)
2 EP - 5 tracks of mid-paced ploddy punk rock (1984)
Nothing for years... aside from weird little folky tracks on compilations by Greg Grafin and Greg Hetson (Greg/Greg)
Third album - classic Californian hardcore to the max. 1988
Fourth album - more of the same, more polished, lyrical gymnastics... getting big...

then they went on and got bigger and bigger with major label intervention, picking up and then dropping... founding member is a lifelong Heroin user and left for awhile... band went a bit rubbish (even with the guitarists they had) and then Brett comes back after blowing all of his label profits (Epitaph) on smack and parties with his head screwed on and they get good again.

"Into the Unknown" is a bonafide "anti-punk" classic. We love it in our house... I think Danny the photoboy wonder was a little freaked out the other night listening to it mind!

Published by ababoonsass at 2:51pm on Tue 6th May 2008.
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The Cure - The Cure

Before hopping onto the new Fleet Foxes album, then probably a quick listen to the Mae Shi album before tonights show!

Published by CamRich at 2:52pm on Tue 6th May 2008.

I have been listening to the Indelicates album and I love it

Published by katemac at 2:53pm on Tue 6th May 2008.

'I have been listening to the Indelicates album and I love it'
excellent! just about to go to fopp and pick up my copy.
also listening to the new nick cave & the bad seeds album rather a lot.
am also liking ida maria but feeling slightly dirty about it. she's a bit MOR isn't she?

Published by anthonymg at 2:59pm on Tue 6th May 2008.

Apart from Wanpilations I have been listening to The Tupolev Ghost's The Alpha EP (available for a very reasonable 4 British Pounds from all TTG members). It's fucking ace!

Also

Botch - We Are The Romans
Goldfinger - Hello Destiny

Published by QueenBlag (not active) at 3:01pm on Tue 6th May 2008.

NIN - The Slip
Etienne de Crecy - Tempovision
The Gutter Twins - Saturnalia
Portishead - Third
Nick Cave - Dig Lazarus Dig
Biosphere - Patashnik
Michael J Sheehy - Ghost On The Motorway

Published by alternation (not active) at 3:01pm on Tue 6th May 2008.

Published by Mrs Robinson at 3:05pm on Tue 6th May 2008.

Apart from WAN mixes, trying to speed-listen the new Futureheads album, to get a review done before I go on holiday (did I mention we're off to sunny Spain, hurrah!) on Sat.

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 3:06pm on Tue 6th May 2008.

*takes ear phones out*

The Rasmus is on the Portland stereo???!!!

*quickly puts earphones back in*
*scarpers*

Published by QueenBlag (not active) at 3:24pm on Tue 6th May 2008.

Some shifty bugger just sneaked a copy of the new Notwist album onto my hard drive. I'll tell you what it's like in 43 minutes.

Published by Mattstep at 3:36pm on Tue 6th May 2008.

that new nick cave single is absolute bollocks -- please tell me it's the worst track on the album...

Published by Arthur Green (not active) at 3:46pm on Tue 6th May 2008.

it's the worst track on the album

ps.... which one is the new single?

Published by alternation (not active) at 3:49pm on Tue 6th May 2008.

more news from nowhere

Published by Arthur Green (not active) at 3:53pm on Tue 6th May 2008.

Soulside
Stiff Little Fingers - Mostly the live albums
Avail
The Go Team
All
Douglas

Published by newportandy at 3:59pm on Tue 6th May 2008.

yep... tis shite that one

Published by alternation (not active) at 4:01pm on Tue 6th May 2008.

bank holiday listening fun:
Erik Satie - Pianoworks
(Smog) - Supper
Atomic Bomb Club - 1980 Demos (pre-Meat Puppets hardcore country pop)
Chrome - The Visitation (cant get enough of this album)
Husker Du - New Day Rising
Toots & The Maytals - Funky Kingston
Wooden Shjips
Elliot Smith - Either/Or
Kiss - Hotter Than Hell
Aerosmith - Draw The Line

Published by goatwolf at 4:35pm on Tue 6th May 2008.

Mojave 3 and the early Verve singles.

Perfect sunny day listening.

Published by Ben_DiS at 4:59pm on Tue 6th May 2008.

Bob Dylan - At Budokan

oh dear...

Published by joshua at 5:07pm on Tue 6th May 2008.

The Notwist - The Devil, You & Me - Frequently lovely but less varied than Neon Golden. The first track is worryingly dull but on songs like "Boneless" they bathe you in sunlight like they used to and all is good with the world.

Published by Mattstep at 5:18pm on Tue 6th May 2008.

beach boys what else when weather's like this.... well a bit of Isley brothers summer breeze too :)

Published by steve w at 8:40am on Wed 7th May 2008.

Oxford Comma by Vampire Weekend on Radio 1, obv.

Published by jamesttg at 10:45am on Wed 7th May 2008.

Nick Drake and more Nick Drake. Perfect.

Published by DeFrev at 11:11am on Wed 7th May 2008.

Tiger Trap - Tiger Trap - backdating my new Rose Melberg obsession to 1992.
Furious Pig - Furious Pig - Short shouty a-cappela punk record. Kind of awful but also kind of amazing.
Belle & Sebastian - Push Barman To Open Old Wounds ("Take Your Carriage Clock and Shove It" is one of the finest songs there has ever been)

Published by Mattstep at 1:03pm on Wed 7th May 2008.

The Mae-Shi - HLLLYH

Half way into the first track, I'll report back

Published by lozzy at 1:41pm on Wed 7th May 2008.

This is making me grin stupidly again and is perfect for a sunny day.

Published by lozzy at 1:51pm on Wed 7th May 2008.

California Girls

The background vocals behind (fancy that, eh?) Mike Love in the verses are probably the best thing ever.

Published by bigsoulstew (not active) at 1:53pm on Wed 7th May 2008.

Just listened to The Whip album and heading straight back for The Indelicates (again).....

Published by vodka_kasule at 2:06pm on Wed 7th May 2008.

> Oxford Comma

Brilliant track title!

Published by strangelights at 3:02pm on Wed 7th May 2008.

And aka Harvard Comma according to Wikipedia SL ...

Published by bad-timing at 3:06pm on Wed 7th May 2008.

Some listening

Black Moth Super Rainbow -- 'Dandelion Gum'
Hercules and Love Affair
Shit and Shine -- 'Cherry'
The Focus Group 'We Are All Pan's People'

Published by bad-timing at 3:22pm on Wed 7th May 2008.

New vinyl!

Luke's Anger
Pinch
Scuba
Distance
The Doubtful Guest
Dopplereffekt
Surgeon
Caspa

Published by will_ at 1:33pm on Thu 8th May 2008.

studio one compilation

Published by Arthur Green (not active) at 1:34pm on Thu 8th May 2008.

Operation Ivy - Envy
Stiff Little Fingers - No Sleep Till Belfast EP
Stiff Little Fingers - Go for it Again - Live album from 1987 Reunion tour
Samiam - Whatevers got you down
The Jam - Greatest Hits

Published by newportandy at 1:37pm on Thu 8th May 2008.

Scuba - A Mutual Antipathy

Amazing. The most interesting and beautiful dubstep album I've heard yet. Fans of Burial would like this (though I prefer it to Burial).

Published by will_ at 2:40pm on Thu 8th May 2008.

i started on my third wanpilation this morning - andr00s

Published by adele (not active) at 2:43pm on Thu 8th May 2008.

I'm listening to a reader's demo about the Herald of Free Enterprise disaster, set to a jaunty jazz-tinged beat.

"This song's about corporate manslaughter", apparently.

Published by sam i at 3:15pm on Thu 8th May 2008.

bedhead

if anyone would like to sell me their LPs i'd be very happy.

Published by iain the pitman at 3:20pm on Thu 8th May 2008.

Coil did two tracks called 'Herald' and 'Of Free Enterprise' I think.

Published by bad-timing at 3:21pm on Thu 8th May 2008.

*coughs*

http://www.rhythmonline.co.uk/results.php?page=quickSearch&quicksearch...

Sorry, my dreadful cold just doesn't seem to be clearing up...

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 3:22pm on Thu 8th May 2008.

Coil did two tracks called 'Herald' and 'Of Free Enterprise' I think.

Did they do them as bad pastiches of Steely Dan, with cod-Indian scat singing over the top?

I think this may be one of the worst things I've ever heard.

Published by sam i at 3:24pm on Thu 8th May 2008.

:-) No, but horribly amateur brass band if I remember rightly, although John Balance refrained from contributing lyrics in that case ('throw his bones over... the white cliffs of Dover' springs to mind).

Published by bad-timing at 3:27pm on Thu 8th May 2008.

That song sounds almost outsider-ish-ly bad/good actually sam i ...

Published by bad-timing at 3:29pm on Thu 8th May 2008.

It's kind of like bad/good, except without the good. It's way too competent to be outsider-ish, and features distressing quantities of lush saxophone solos.

Published by sam i at 3:33pm on Thu 8th May 2008.

It's kind of like bad/good, except without the good

Hehe.

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 3:33pm on Thu 8th May 2008.

well spotted jude :-)

order on its way......

Published by iain the pitman at 3:37pm on Thu 8th May 2008.

:-D

My whoring pays off, sometimes...

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 3:38pm on Thu 8th May 2008.

Bump.

I've had the day off so I've taken the time to re-listen to Nancy Sinatra's back-catalogue and The National's 'Boxer'. Perfect.

Published by Ben_DiS at 7:18pm on Tue 13th May 2008.

Blood on the Wall - Awesomer
Atlas Sound - Fractal Trax
Atlas Sound - Altitude Sickness
Stereolab - Mars Audiac Quintet
Townes Van Zandt - Townes Van Zandt
Various - Tropiclia: A Brazilian Revolution In Sound
Jens Lekman - Maple Leaves

Published by crushingdeath at 7:30pm on Tue 13th May 2008.

I normally ignore these as I dont post bands that are really obscure and my tastes are a bit obvious, but fuck it...last few days have been listening to:

Stone Gods - Silver Spoons and Broken Bones
NIN - The Slip
Frank Turner - Love, Ire & Somg (officially, the best album of the year)
Cancer Bats - Hail Destroyer

Published by ozzyfrogspawn (not active) at 8:07pm on Tue 13th May 2008.

SFA - Love Kraft
V/A - New Orleans Funk Vol.2

Published by Tintin at 8:55am on Wed 14th May 2008.

Pantera : Far beyond Driven.

Published by General lee at 9:01am on Wed 14th May 2008.

Atmosphere - When life gives you lemons you paint that shit gold

Published by arthurCRS at 9:33am on Wed 14th May 2008.

Bonnie Prince Billy - Lie Down in the Light

Published by CamRich at 9:36am on Wed 14th May 2008.

Fabriclive. 35 - Marcus Intalex. Oooh, tasty!

Published by arthurCRS at 12:48pm on Wed 14th May 2008.

I'm listening to that ^ too!

Published by bigsoulstew (not active) at 1:06pm on Wed 14th May 2008.

It's well-a-good, innit.

Published by bigsoulstew (not active) at 1:07pm on Wed 14th May 2008.

Sho is!

Published by arthurCRS at 1:19pm on Wed 14th May 2008.

White Denim - Workout Holiday

I actually quite like this... a lot better than I was expecting...

Published by CamRich at 1:53pm on Wed 14th May 2008.

Orlando Cachaito Lopez LP
Johnny Osbourne - Truth & Rights LP

Two of the best freakin' things known to man, woman or gibbon.

Published by bigsoulstew (not active) at 3:58pm on Wed 14th May 2008.

Steve Earle Galway Girl

Published by steve w at 8:24am on Thu 15th May 2008.

Three words: TEST. MATCH. SPECIAL.

Published by Mrs Robinson at 11:41am on Thu 15th May 2008.

Stuff Ive listened to today that's NOT impressed me: Seether (generic US rock) and Opeth's new album.

Published by ozzyfrogspawn (not active) at 11:43am on Thu 15th May 2008.

Pissed Jeans
Townes Van Zandt
Atlas Sound
Jens Lekman
The Crystals
The Smiths
Disrupt
No Age
Stereolab
Scott Walker
The Knife

Published by crushingdeath at 11:44am on Thu 15th May 2008.

Flight of The Conchords (FUCK YEAH!)
Vic Godard
Cancer Bats
Akron/Family

Published by QueenBlag (not active) at 11:55am on Thu 15th May 2008.

The Beta Band - The 3 E.P.'s

Published by Doris (not active) at 12:14pm on Thu 15th May 2008.

That Flight of the Conchords album is all kinds of aceness.

I've been playing the new Hold Steady album, White Denim (again) and now onto the new Constantines album as my pre-ATP listening gathers momentum.

Published by CamRich at 12:21pm on Thu 15th May 2008.

Murder of Rosa Luxemberg - Everyone's in Love and Flowers pick themselves

Published by arthurCRS at 3:13pm on Fri 16th May 2008.

Murder of Rosa Luxemberg - Everyone's in Love and Flowers pick themselves

Always loved that album title. More than the album itself in fact.

Published by crushingdeath at 3:18pm on Fri 16th May 2008.

Cocorosie - La Maison de Mon Rve

I still love this album, it's totally unlike anything else.

Published by Mattstep at 3:18pm on Fri 16th May 2008.

I'm having a Fania afternoon.....all good!

La Lupe - Reina De La Cancion Latina
Johnny Pachecho - El Maestro
Various - NYC Salsa #2

Published by Dr Rhythm at 3:36pm on Fri 16th May 2008.

I'm having a Fania afternoon

*snickers*

*thinks*

wish i was

Published by Arthur Green (not active) at 3:42pm on Fri 16th May 2008.

oh, btw, i'm listening to yoshimi battles the pink robots. again.

Published by Arthur Green (not active) at 3:54pm on Fri 16th May 2008.

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Published by tosspot (not active) at 3:56pm on Fri 16th May 2008.

i'm crazy for cryin'
and crazy for tryin'
and i'm crazy for lovin' yoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

Published by Arthur Green (not active) at 3:59pm on Fri 16th May 2008.

The Velvet Underground - White Light/White Heat
The Velvet Underground - Loaded (listened to this for the first time today/soon realised that Lou Reed sounds bloody irritating on this record/decided never to listen to it again)

Published by Ben_DiS at 5:15pm on Fri 16th May 2008.

Bonnie Tylers Greatest Hits. The Dub Step Skiffle Remixes

Published by marcosthebubble at 6:00pm on Fri 16th May 2008.

Botch - We Are Romans.

Published by jamesttg at 10:28pm on Fri 16th May 2008.

*takes ear phones out*

The Rasmus is on the Portland stereo???!!!

*quickly puts earphones back in*
*scarpers*

could be worse. I Can't Believe It's The Ramsus Holmen Experience could be playing in the back room. (note: not actually worse)

I've been listening to Marissa Nadler all week. And the new Spiritualized album. Basically thats it.

Published by Rahaha at 12:27am on Sat 17th May 2008.

after hearing the Spiritualized track on DJOhmygod's wanpilation i was tempted to ask if sunday's gig at the Junction was sold out. probably a silly question, even at 17

Published by adele (not active) at 12:30am on Sat 17th May 2008.

Lichens - Omns (Can't believe I haven't heard this guy before, chap from 90 Day Men, amazing)
Growing - Dry Drunk on Woman
Celebration - The Modern Tribe
Neutral Milk Hotel - In the Aeroplane Over the Sea
Om - Variations on a Theme
Disrupt - Foundation Bit
Sally Shapiro - Disco Romance
Apse - Spirit
The Knife - Silent Shout bonus live disc
Os Mutantes - Everything is Possible
The Crystals - Best of
Pissed Jeans - Shallow
various - Riot of the Amphetamine Generation
Gang Gang Dance - God's Money
Weezer - s/t
Jens Lekman - loads
Stars of the Lid - And Their Refinement Of The Decline

Illness makes for lots of music-listening time.

Published by crushingdeath at 12:35am on Sat 17th May 2008.

Adele ! its only 15 off their website - and its not sold out. 2 1/2 cheaper than london.

if your not sold yet: [url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oOidX1iS-NQ[/url]

Published by Rahaha at 12:55pm on Sat 17th May 2008.

Right now it's all about:

Flight Of The Conchords (Fuck yeah!)

but also;

Grey Daturas - Return To Disruption
Jucifer - L'Autrichienne
Wolves In The Throne Room - Diadem Of 12 Stars
C Joynes - God Feeds The Ravens
Leviathan - Massive Conspiracy Against All Life (FUCKING HELL)
Cursed - III - Architects Of Troubled Sleep (maybe one of the heaviest things I've ever heard)
Genghis Tron - Dead Mountain Mouth (saw these guys in London the other day, incredible. Look like D&D players, sound like Pig Destroyer discovering the Warp back catalogue)
The Paper Chase - everything
Danzig - II- Lucifuge
The Fall Of Troy - Doppelganger
Jay Reatard - Blood Visions (saw him in London last week with crushing death and goatwolf - bloody great, reminded me of those mid 80's Homestead bands I used to love)
Nadja - Desire In Uneasiness
No Age - Nouns
Crystal Castles/HEALTH - split

And I got the Scarlett Johannson single out of morbid curiosity. I can report that she sings as well as she can act. Make of that what you will.

Published by Ugly Barney at 3:28pm on Sun 18th May 2008.

Downloading Leviathan and Cursed now, eager to check those out. The Leviathan I heard a few years back was particularly wretched. How is the Grey Daturas?

Kind of disappointed with that No Age record.

I've been listening to a series of comps of 60s freakbeat and psych acetates;

Purple Heart Surgery 1
Purple Heart Surgery 2
Purple Heart Surgery 3
Revenge of the Amphetamine Generation
Return of the Amphetamine Generation
Rave with the Amphetamine Generation
Riot of the Amphetamine Generation

It's good shit.

Published by crushingdeath at 3:41pm on Sun 18th May 2008.

Only heard the Grey Daturas and No Age records once, but they sounded good to me.

Can't imagine you'll be into the Cursed album, but look forward to hearing what you think.
The singer from Cancer Bats said 'Nice shirt dude' on seeing my Cursed T on Friday!

Also been listening to the first two Red House Painters albums for the first time in about 15 years. Still the most beautiful agony.

Published by Ugly Barney at 4:09pm on Sun 18th May 2008.

Jeez, you soppy fucker.

Been listening to a multitude of Sunday style albums today behind the bar

Low - The Great Destroyer
Emillina Torrini - Fishermans Woman
Emma Pollock - Watch The Fireworks
Lets Get Out Of This Country - Camera Obscura
Songs For Silverman - Ben Folds
Motorcade of Generosity - CAKE
Flip Your Wig - Husker Du
and I'm finished off my shift with Band of Horses. I'm so tired and grumpy I might go and have a little cry.

Published by QueenBlag (not active) at 5:31pm on Sun 18th May 2008.

Jeez, you soppy fucker.

Man, I thought girls liked sensitive guys. Shows what i know.

Published by Ugly Barney at 6:15pm on Sun 18th May 2008.

when i typed 'Leviathan' into google for their myspace page i was a bit disappointed by what i found, then i went back, read the wikipedia page, got onto the label site and had a listen to a track from the album you mentioned and thought, THATS more like it. 'Ghengis Tron', without the myspace confusion also sound right up my street :D

sympathy for QB :(

Published by adele (not active) at 6:22pm on Sun 18th May 2008.
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Genghis Tron are on my WAN comp and indeed rule supreme. The band photo's look Nerdtactular !

Published by QueenBlag (not active) at 6:26pm on Sun 18th May 2008.

excellent news QB! haven't got to yours yet as they were randomly put back in the brown paper bag, which gives it a pick n mix feel. i only have six left in the bag before getting back to the start :)

Published by adele (not active) at 6:31pm on Sun 18th May 2008.

Genghis Tron are basically the Flight Of The Conchords of synth-grind.

Published by Ugly Barney at 6:46pm on Sun 18th May 2008.

i just listened to the rites of spring album and now its still life and next it will probably be elliott smith.

Published by iain the pitman at 7:12pm on Sun 18th May 2008.

Time Machine - Slow Your Roll

Published by Tintin at 8:59am on Mon 19th May 2008.

Chic - My Feet Keep Dancing

Published by bigsoulstew (not active) at 2:45pm on Mon 19th May 2008.

V/A - Mystic Brew Vol.4

Published by Tintin at 9:56am on Tue 20th May 2008.

Dillinger 4 - This shite is genius
Soulwax - Much against everyones advice
The Weakerthans - Fallow
Slowride & Red Animal War - Split CD

Published by newportandy at 11:30am on Tue 20th May 2008.

Detektivbyrn - www.myspace.com/detektivbyran - Awesome Swedish instrumental vibraphone and accordion-led glee.

Franoise Hardy - Les Chansons D'amour - Ace French 60s pop singer.

Published by Mattstep at 1:04pm on Tue 20th May 2008.

was listening to Bitstream vinyl last night: Incubator, Streamlining and Domestic Economy 7. i'd forgotten how good they were, as not overly impressed by last release. they played the Portland years back, but missed that one.

Published by adele (not active) at 1:55pm on Tue 20th May 2008.

Moodyman - Black Mahogani

Published by Tintin at 2:27pm on Tue 20th May 2008.

Been on an electronica kick today - the new Errors album followed by The Knife's Silent Shout...

Published by CamRich at 2:55pm on Tue 20th May 2008.

crushing death,

I am doing you that data dvd for you,almost ready! can u put that 60s freakbeat and psych stuff u mentioned on mine :)

QueenBlag,
I have copied 1 of 10 DVDs for you!!! only 2 years late!

Published by goatwolf at 3:24pm on Tue 20th May 2008.

Fuck me! Is it Christmas 2010 already?? Cheers dude. Where the chuff were you on Friday, you missed a stonking gig?

Published by QueenBlag (not active) at 5:21pm on Tue 20th May 2008.

QB is it okay to collect my remaining wanp's on the way home (6pm)?

Published by adele (not active) at 5:31pm on Tue 20th May 2008.

Yeah, that should be fine. Bigmal, Randy and Panic have shown zero interest in recievinng their CD packs so you can have you comps back if you want.

Published by QueenBlag (not active) at 5:35pm on Tue 20th May 2008.

The Bon Iver album, but I'm finding it a tad dull so I'm going to listen to Neu! instead.

Published by Ben_DiS at 10:35pm on Tue 20th May 2008.

I've just finished listening to that Bon Iver record and I think it's lush. Just waiting on the She & Him album and the Old 97's to come down the pipeline. Still trying to get over how good that Cloud Cult album is. Can't believe I'd never heard of them before this month!!

Published by QueenBlag (not active) at 1:16am on Wed 21st May 2008.

i'm listening to my conscience.

fat lot of good it's doing me.

Published by Arthur Green (not active) at 1:17pm on Wed 21st May 2008.

one of my colleagues saw Bon Iver support Jens Lekmann last night and said they were VERY good.

I'm listening to:

Spiritualized - A&E
The Gutter Twins - Saturnalia
Nick Cave - The Boatman's Call
Sigur Ros - ()
Massive Attack - Mezzanine
Portishead - NYC

Published by alternation (not active) at 1:22pm on Wed 21st May 2008.

and now i have moved on to tom waits with real gone and small change lined up

Published by alternation (not active) at 4:04pm on Wed 21st May 2008.

My walk home from the office is going to be soundtracked by Neutral Milk Hotel :-)

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 4:06pm on Wed 21st May 2008.

my walk to the concentration camp, i mean beer festival has already been decreed to be Spiritualized and Brian Jonestown Massacre.... i suspect that Jude may approve of such shenanigans

Published by alternation (not active) at 4:12pm on Wed 21st May 2008.

tonight i reckons i'll be listening to spirit of eden by talk talk

Published by Arthur Green (not active) at 4:15pm on Wed 21st May 2008.

*approves of The Alt*

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 4:18pm on Wed 21st May 2008.

I have endured an entire day of reader's demos, and now want to listen to something that will erase the memory. Am contemplating Metal Machine Music.

I have just got a two-disc set of remasters of Loveless by My Bloody Valentine. I'm baffled as to the difference between the two discs. I'm also slightly baffled by why people think it's so great. Anyone?

Published by sam i at 4:29pm on Wed 21st May 2008.

It's a cliche, but stick with it. There are real songs buried beneath all that fuzz, and they take a while to sink in. Loveless was probably the best 5 I ever spent on an album

Published by Ben_DiS at 4:44pm on Wed 21st May 2008.

Metal Machine Music / Loveless - really going for the tunes tonight, eh?

Published by arthurCRS at 4:45pm on Wed 21st May 2008.

I'm thinking some sort of white noise type affair might refresh the ears after such a parade of dreadfulness. Am almost getting into bits of Loveless now, though still hate that awful drum machine.

Published by sam i at 5:06pm on Wed 21st May 2008.

Errors - It's Not Something But It Is Like Whatever:
First listen at the gym this morning, but I think I'm going to really really like this.

Tupolev (not WAN's own "Ghost" version!) - Memories of Bjorn Bolssen:
Again, one listen only, but mining a similar territory to The Drift / Sunburned Hand of the Man, I'd say.

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 2:40pm on Fri 23rd May 2008.

today

the roots - things fall apart, twice so far
some skinlab
fleet foxes
loco dice
second cd from JEW bleed american deluxe thing

Published by harvey_dangerous at 3:53pm on Fri 23rd May 2008.

oh, and i agree with mattstep about the notwist new one

Published by harvey_dangerous at 3:54pm on Fri 23rd May 2008.

You liking Fleet Foxes Harvey?

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 4:03pm on Fri 23rd May 2008.

yea...i think so. lots of people seem to be going on about it, i dont see what the fuss is about but it's alright. i'm still in love with band of horses

what do you reckon?

Published by harvey_dangerous at 4:11pm on Fri 23rd May 2008.

Loved it. Beautiful stuff, sounds like lots of other things yet very much like itself. I reviewed the album on TLOBF - gave it 88%

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 4:14pm on Fri 23rd May 2008.

Bon Iver - For Emma, Forever Ago.
Astoundingly beautiful record. Took me a few listens but i've got it now. stunning wonderful haunting sad lush...

Bonnie Prince Billy - Lie Down in the Light.
Will Oldham has made a chirpy record again. Sounds good so far.

The Hold Steady - Stay Positive.
Epic. Possibly a little more filler than the first record, but good for one listen.

Published by joshua at 4:35pm on Fri 23rd May 2008.

Lonnie Lester - You Can't Go

Very strong track. I like the little update on the JB tune 'I can't Stand Myself (When You Touch Me), which is one of my faves.

Published by bigsoulstew (not active) at 10:08am on Sat 24th May 2008.

Basic Channel, Quadrant, Cyrus, Phylyps, Maurizio, Vainquer. favourite track of the bunch is from BC-07 Octaedre. surprised no one has remixed them

Published by adele (not active) at 1:30pm on Sat 24th May 2008.

A New Day! - J.C. Davis LP that was put out on Cali-Tex, Shadow's label.

It's magnificent.

Published by bigsoulstew (not active) at 3:22pm on Sat 24th May 2008.

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David Holmes - Johhny Favourite, No Mans Land (dbl 12" version), Patrick Kraut (w/ Alter Ego)
Andre Holland - City of Fear, Infiltrator (as The Infiltrator)
Maurizio - Ploy (UR & Orb Mixes white label) from 'Out of Time Records' in Ipswich, where you can still occasionally find a few interesting records if you don't mind a lot of bending down and searching through boxes

Published by adele (not active) at 12:54am on Sun 25th May 2008.

David Holmes?
That reminds me of Police 69.
I don't care that it's on the closing credits of Oceans 11, I still like it! :-)

Published by Mr-Grey at 1:16am on Sun 25th May 2008.

You're more current than me. I don't have anything of his from the last ten years, but believe he's been a part of all the 'Oceans' films and done other soundtrack work. I still remember the two Daves, that's Dave Clarke (temporary host of Annie Nightingale's show in '96) doing a phone interview with David Holmes. There was just a wee bit of swearing, and DC was a bit embarrassed as he was supposed to be in control, and it being Radio 1 and all. I think I still have all the shows from the period transferred from tape to mp3. Annie was mugged while in Havana in '96, it seemed safe enough when I was there six months later. This ties in rather cleverly with my other Grand Arcade post don't you think ;)

http://www.discogs.com/artist/David+Holmes
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Annie_Nightingale

Published by adele (not active) at 2:02am on Sun 25th May 2008.

Kool Blues - Can We Try Love Again - Capsoul Records

Gorgeous 45.

Published by bigsoulstew (not active) at 12:20pm on Mon 26th May 2008.

Dubbledge again - Many others have a much nicer flow, but man... this bloke is funny. More humour in hip-hop please.

Also, Blood Brothers, Envy, Integrity, Modern Life is War, Jawbreaker.

Published by arthurCRS at 12:27pm on Mon 26th May 2008.

I've had a mini-Help She Can't Swim-fest because they just split up. It makes me all sad :(.

Published by angelica at 6:47pm on Mon 26th May 2008.

They were rubbish at the Loft. I was really disappointed.

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Published by glenorangejuicehevez (not active) at 6:55pm on Mon 26th May 2008.

Really? I thought they were, whilst perhaps not as good as other times I've seen them, brilliant. 'Twas the urgency of their live shows that first got me obsessed.

Published by angelica at 6:55pm on Mon 26th May 2008.

Deetron - Twisted
Justin Warfield - My Field Trip To Planet 9
Bullion - Pet Sounds In The Key Of Dee

and loads of new vinyl, including:

Portishead
Milanese
Green Velvet
Steve Rachmad
Duran Duran Duran
Desmond Denker
Dave Clarke
Amit
Scuba

Published by will_ at 10:46pm on Mon 26th May 2008.

Duran Duran Duran

Genius. I've seen the name bonce before, are they on REPHLEX or summat? Can't remember where I seen it....

Published by bigsoulstew (not active) at 10:54pm on Mon 26th May 2008.

Planet Mu

Yeah it's a pretty genius name!

Published by will_ at 10:55pm on Mon 26th May 2008.

They were rubbish at the Loft. I was really disappointed.

They were rubbish at The Junction supporting iForward Russia!, too, although I think they were let down by the sound on the night. The first album still sounds great, though.

Published by Robadob at 11:00pm on Mon 26th May 2008.

Moby - Play, good but patchy.

Published by Doris (not active) at 1:36am on Tue 27th May 2008.

Echo & The Bunnymen - Never Stop - Live in Liverpool
Drive-By Truckers - Brighter than Creation's Dark
The Weakerthans - Fallow

Published by newportandy at 8:51am on Tue 27th May 2008.

i still can't stop listening to "fishscale" by ghostface killah and "lionheart" by klashnekoff.

and "the gnu song" by flanders and swann.

Published by Arthur Green (not active) at 8:53am on Tue 27th May 2008.

Mogwai - Young Team 2008
Lichens - Omns
Jens Lekman - Oh You're So Silent Jens
Johnny Foreigner - Waited Up Til It Was Dark (disappointing)
The For Carnation - s/t
Spank Rock - Yoyoyoyoyo

Published by crushingdeath at 9:15am on Tue 27th May 2008.

Fishscale is a biggie for me too Arthur. More Fishscale is da real shit too.

I'm listening to Neil Young singing Ambulance Blues live from the Bottom Line Club NYC 1974. Is da real shit too.

Published by bigsoulstew (not active) at 9:16am on Tue 27th May 2008.

Today I have mostly been listening to Ich Bin Chimp and Sleepyhead and The British Expeditionary Force.

Published by Mrs Robinson at 12:07pm on Tue 27th May 2008.

Teenage Fanclub, The Triffids and Jack Clift for me.

Published by mwhite (not active) at 12:08pm on Tue 27th May 2008.

Tangerine Dream - Sorceror OST. Shit film, excellent soundtrack.

Published by arthurCRS at 12:08pm on Tue 27th May 2008.

The Heptones - home made best of
Edan - Beauty and the beat
The positives - 37 tracks 2001-2003 cdr

Published by goatwolf at 12:35pm on Tue 27th May 2008.

Neil Young singing Ambulance Blues live from the Bottom Line Club NYC 1974

how would one go about finding this?

Published by sam i at 12:37pm on Tue 27th May 2008.

pm me your address and I'll send you a copy, or I could drop you one off somewhere if you prefer?

Got chatting to a very nice chap in a shop once. I asked what he thought of the 'Massey' thingamee and he said OK, but he had better stuff, like this, and sent me a copy.

It a very diff set list from 'Massey' - very much Tonights the Night/On The Beach Stuff with some gorgeous bits too, like Pardon My Heart, Helpless. He also sings a version of Greensleeves! A really nice bootleg.

Lemme know.

Anybody else, lemme know too.

Published by bigsoulstew (not active) at 1:02pm on Tue 27th May 2008.

At The Drive In - Acrobatic Tenament - shouty 90s fun. Took me a while to catch up. Better tunes than Relationship Of Command.

Published by Mattstep at 1:04pm on Tue 27th May 2008.

Tindersticks - Tindersticks (the 2nd one)
Leonard Cohen - Songs of Leonard Cohen

Published by Ben_DiS at 1:16pm on Tue 27th May 2008.

Now onto Method Man - Tical - possibly the best 1.29 I have spent for some time.

Published by arthurCRS at 5:16pm on Tue 27th May 2008.

bigsoulstew: pm sent!

Published by sam i at 5:23pm on Tue 27th May 2008.

Listening to loads of bands that are playing Indie Tracks this year. A mixture of good and bloody awful. Still a bit sad that the Puncture Repair Kit aren't playing...
I'm enjoying Pocketbooks ( www.pocketbooks.org.uk/#/listendownload/4525466749 ) they're as shmindie as Stuart Murdoch's corduroy long-johns* but the tunes are good enough to get away with it.

*speculation

Published by Mattstep at 5:27pm on Tue 27th May 2008.

ah yeah the pocketbooks are cool. Andy's solo project the Sunny Intervals put out a CD on WeePop after we did, and we even did a Cambridge WeePop gig with him and someone else (I think it was Bunnygrunt who were/are amazing).

We're starting rehearsals for indie tracks this week to try and move from bloody awful -> good. I don't think we can make it in time though! We have half of the band in Denmark, and half over here so I dunno what to do. Immediately after indie tracks I have to go to an island outside Stockholm to chat about silicon detectors for a week. :-)

Published by mwhite (not active) at 7:03pm on Tue 27th May 2008.

Crown City Rockers - Earthtones
Spiritualized - Songs in A&E

Published by Tintin at 9:21am on Wed 28th May 2008.

Gnaw Their Tongues - An Epiphanic Vomiting Of Blood

Charming I thought but when I read the review I had to give it a spin........

"Gnaw Their Tongues music lives up the stomach churning imagery of their band name. Apocalyptic doesn't begin to cover the aura of evil covering this release; anarchistic might be more fitting. Disjointed samples and programmed drum bursts are staples of underground black metal but always within a musical context. These tricks of the trade also appear on Epiphanic Vomiting, but like the use of guitars, bass, and keyboards, totally outside of any traditional form of musical composition. This record isn't so much made up of songs as it is cauldrons of black noise and whale songs from some beast in a H.P. Lovecraft story."

Published by Dr Rhythm at 6:02pm on Wed 28th May 2008.

Stopped listening to Neil Young.

Have now dug out Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band - Bluejeans & Moonbeams

Lovely.

Published by bigsoulstew (not active) at 7:28pm on Wed 28th May 2008.

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Published by MissM (not active) at 9:33pm on Wed 28th May 2008.

Charming I thought but when I read the review I had to give it a spin........

how long is the album, do you think it would sustain the interest of repeated listenings?

Published by adele (not active) at 12:11am on Thu 29th May 2008.

I didn't make it all the way through and I would say that it's a no for repeated listenings - intense stuff!

Published by Dr Rhythm at 9:33am on Thu 29th May 2008.

Envy - All the footprints you've ever left behind and the fear expecting ahead.
Trencher - When Dracula thinks "look at me".

Published by arthurCRS at 9:34am on Thu 29th May 2008.

Still the Errors and Tupolev albums atm.

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 10:40am on Thu 29th May 2008.

I went to see DIO last night

Published by goatwolf at 11:06am on Thu 29th May 2008.

sadly the archive,org site has next to no bandwidth or just doesn't want to let me d/l anything :(

Published by adele (not active) at 1:04pm on Thu 29th May 2008.

Carney's WANpilation (see WANpilation thread), followed by Moshi Moshi Singles Club compilation (mixed bag, mostly good), now followed by some Tokyo Police Club from their Myspace, before seeing them tonight.

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 3:43pm on Thu 29th May 2008.

I'm bloody soaked from buying tonight's rider. Bleurgh. Don't wanna go to the gig now :(

Published by simon_b (not active) at 3:44pm on Thu 29th May 2008.

Is it raining?

*looks out window*

:-(

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 3:45pm on Thu 29th May 2008.

I'm listening to an amazing folk compilation that is only 2 quid! 2 quid!! It's called That's Proper Folk for those who are interested.

Published by mwhite (not active) at 3:45pm on Thu 29th May 2008.

yes its raining and i have wedge sandals on :(

Published by adele (not active) at 4:10pm on Thu 29th May 2008.

Ah, I thought you meant it is called "That's Proper Folk for those who are interested" which would be wordy but quite sweet.

Published by arthurCRS at 4:15pm on Thu 29th May 2008.

Xeroxy Music 2008 (WANpilation #22/25)
Glass Domain (Clone C#33a/b)
Yes - 'Close To The Edge'
Yazoo - 'Upstairs At Eric's', 'You And Me Both'

Published by adele (not active) at 12:26am on Sat 31st May 2008.

bit of a sonic leap from Yazoo, The 'X' Vinyls :p

X-101 - 'Sonic Destroyer' (UR)
X-102 - 'Discovers The Rings Of Saturn' (Tresor/UR)
X-103 - 'Atlantis' (Tresor/Axis)
X-313 - 'World Sonik Domination' (Generator)
XE-DUS - 'Where's Your Daughter!' (Labworks)

Published by adele (not active) at 1:46am on Sun 1st June 2008.

I always really liked X-103 -- I remember Peel sitting in for some 90s randomer on daytime Radio 1 and playing something off it. He's also meant to doing X-102 at SONAR apparently.

So far today:
FUSE - 'Dimension Intrusion'
Steppas' Delight Soul Jazz comp

Published by bad-timing at 3:23pm on Sun 1st June 2008.

ah seems i'm in line with Sonar line up even if not there... X-102 (US), Yazoo (UK),...heehee oops, just the thought made me lose the power to alphabetize!!!

and as the blub says: "On Saturday, two major reunions will take place: It has taken twenty-five years for Yazoo to once again play essential hits of the last quarter of a century like Dont Go and Only You live. And fifteen years for Jeff Mills and Mike Banks, the founders of Underground Resistance, to revisit their most famous work: X-102 discovers The Rings of Saturn, a unique and unrepeatable show, which you can only enjoy live exclusively at Snar."

though strictly speaking it should be X-102 re-discovers The Rings Of Saturn. i so want to be there :( http://www.vimeo.com/1040428?pg=embed&sec=1040428 (soundtrack is 'Tethys' by X-102)

Published by adele (not active) at 3:42pm on Sun 1st June 2008.
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its also on youtube, play is a little less glitchy if you have a weak 8mb broadband like mine (so i downloaded it). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LpUCBuQjmk8

X-103 on radio 1 would almost make me listen again. its so bland someone on DIS mentions "on radio 1 it was that live music week in a city and it was in Brighton and john peel dragged chris moyles to a melt banana gig. Hahahaha." indeed!

the only thing about Atlantis on vinyl is no visible track cues so to listen to a track somewhere in the middle you have to play around with finding the start

Published by adele (not active) at 5:04pm on Sun 1st June 2008.

At the mo I am listening to

Gordon Lightfoot - If you could read my mind

One of the most amazing songs I have ever heard . In fact here it is

http://www.imeem.com/people/uKsst4/music/aN2UdCaR/gordon_lightfoot_if_...

Published by bigmal at 11:18pm on Sun 1st June 2008.

several of us already 'ave it, courtesy of Brother Rat's wanpilation. see, this is what you missed :)

Published by adele (not active) at 11:26pm on Sun 1st June 2008.

is that aimed at me Adele

Published by bigmal at 11:45pm on Sun 1st June 2008.

i'd have helped out, as long as there was no mention of the White Swan :)
http://www.archive.org/details/punkcast1065

Published by adele (not active) at 12:46am on Mon 2nd June 2008.

Detektivbyrn - E18 Album (From Japan courtesy of those lovelies at Rhythm Online!). Awesome stuff, can't wait for their proper first album in September.

Published by Mattstep at 1:06pm on Tue 3rd June 2008.

Hurrah! Today I am mostly listening to Tupolev (minus the Ghost) and The Melvins' newbie.

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 1:50pm on Tue 3rd June 2008.

Wild Beasts - Limbo, Panto

Bit interesting this one...

Published by CamRich at 1:54pm on Tue 3rd June 2008.

I suspect *that* voice would drive me a little mad after a while. Pretty striking though.

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 2:06pm on Tue 3rd June 2008.

I'm still on a folk kick today, and am listening to an online folk station whilst collecting tips for mandolin playing. I've already been recording the mandolin, and have a stack of reading to get through for my Cornish folk album :-)

Published by mwhite (not active) at 2:11pm on Tue 3rd June 2008.

Yeah... I only lasted a handful of songs, I'm not a fan of Anthony and the Johnsons and it just reminded me of that...

Put some Sleater-Kinney on instead...

Published by CamRich at 2:12pm on Tue 3rd June 2008.

Craig David - Hotstuff
Pussycat dolls - Doncha
Alicia Keys - Falling
Fleetwood Mac - Everywhere

All crying out for a remix.

Published by Doris (not active) at 9:42pm on Wed 4th June 2008.

Meneguar - The In Hour
Johnny Dowd - A Drunkards Masterpiece
O' Death - Head Home
Ballboy - Peel Sessions

Published by BrotherRat at 10:49pm on Wed 4th June 2008.

Sebadoh - III
Trash Talk - Walking Disease ep
Fucked Up - Litany 7"
American Nightmare - 4 song demo
Negative Approach - 7"
The Robocop Kraus - Blunders And Mistakes
Animal Collective - Strawberry Jam
Pissed Jeans - Hope For Men
Pulling Teeth - Martyr Immortal
Left For Dead - live lp
Blacklisted - Heavier Than Heaven, Lonelier Than God
Unbroken - And/Fall On Proverb 7"
Unbroken - Crushed On You 7"
Unbroken - You Won't Be Back 7"

Published by Ugly Barney at 11:17pm on Wed 4th June 2008.

Shellac - 1000 Hurts
The Paper Chase - God Bless Your Black Heart
Headlights - Some Racing, Some Stopping
Bon Iver - For Emma, Forever Ago
Plant And Animals - Parc Avenue
The Night Marchers - See You In Magic
Pride Tiger - The Lucky Ones
Menomena - Friend And Foe
Merzbow - Bloody Sea

Published by QueenBlag (not active) at 1:06am on Thu 5th June 2008.

London Posse - Gangster Chronicle
Modeselektor - Happy Birthday
Elbow - The Seldom Seen Kid
Scuba - A Mutual Antipathy
MF Doom - Mmm....Food

Published by will_ at 1:24am on Thu 5th June 2008.

been listening to the lastest download albums from The Line Of Best Fit great stuff

Published by steve w at 8:32am on Thu 5th June 2008.

Ive got the whole Queensyrche Disocgraphy going (except mindcrime 2 i want nothing to do with that )

Published by General lee at 8:35am on Thu 5th June 2008.

Johnny Dowd - A Drunkards Masterpiece

He's a mad c*nt.

Beach Boys - Shut You Down

Genius.

Published by bigsoulstew (not active) at 11:29am on Thu 5th June 2008.

Today I have listened to Shampoo's first album 3 times. It's much better than you'd expect.

Published by Silent Rob at 11:33am on Thu 5th June 2008.

The Stupids - Peel sessions CD promo
The Stupids - Violent Nun " " "
The Stupids - Jesus meets the... " " "
The Stupids - Peruvian Vacation " " "
The Stupids - Retard picnic " " "

Amazing...

Also

Black Flag - In my head CD

Published by ababoonsass at 11:39am on Thu 5th June 2008.

The Shaggs

Published by goatwolf at 3:05pm on Thu 5th June 2008.

Tom Waits.... by the truck load

Published by alternation (not active) at 3:11pm on Thu 5th June 2008.

I want some Tow Waits but have no idea where to start. Any suggestions?

This week I'm mostly listening to:
Detektivbyrn - E18 Album - I love this.
Johnny Foreigner - Waited Up Till It Was Light - 1st listen and I thought it was ok, second listen and it became one of the best things ever
The Notwist - The Devil, You and Me - A little underwhelming but not without some great bits.
Sigur Rs - Takk - I can't believe it took me so long to get this. Spectacular. Much better than "( )"

Published by Mattstep at 3:43pm on Thu 5th June 2008.

I want some Tow Waits but have no idea where to start. Any suggestions?

That Scarlett Johanssen record?

*runs away*

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 3:44pm on Thu 5th June 2008.

Blue Valentine is my favourite Tom Waits album.

Published by steve w at 3:47pm on Thu 5th June 2008.

The Jimi Hendrix Experience- Live At Monterey
John Cooper Clarke- Zip Style Method

Published by saline drip at 3:55pm on Thu 5th June 2008.

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Published by tosspot (not active) at 4:00pm on Thu 5th June 2008.

Id say start with these to get an idea

Small Change
Heart of Saturday Night
Blue Valentines
Raindogs (only half of it is good tho...)
Bone Machine
Real Gone

Published by goatwolf at 4:19pm on Thu 5th June 2008.

uncontrollable psychotic cackling and lawnmowers

Do you work inside the movie Braindead?

Published by arthurCRS at 4:20pm on Thu 5th June 2008.

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Published by tosspot (not active) at 4:23pm on Thu 5th June 2008.

I'm now listening to Neutral Milk Hotel as an antidote to all the metal! Huge huge thank yous to everyone who recommended "In The Aeroplane..." to me - I can't believe I missed out on this. Just gorgeous.

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 3:10pm on Fri 6th June 2008.

*wells up, a little bit*

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 3:12pm on Fri 6th June 2008.

i liked the snakethrower track (or something like that) early on by an Oxford band i haven't heard before. anyways, back on topic been listening to a lot of earlier Mad Mike stuff on UR, pre ISF

Published by adele (not active) at 3:18pm on Fri 6th June 2008.

I've been listening to a Finnish punk band called The Sleepy Sleepers who I picked up in Oxfam on a whim, and have just discovered that they went on to form the Leningrad Cowboys.

Published by mwhite (not active) at 3:22pm on Fri 6th June 2008.

*checks listing* - Winnebago Deal - Snakerama.

Thread convergance - I was at a conference last year with the mother of one of Winnebago Deal. Nice woman!

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 3:23pm on Fri 6th June 2008.

^ yep, thanks Jude, my GL cd is on a long loan. only by close listening did i notice just now that on The Vision (aka Robert Hood) - Gyroscopic EP, track 2 'Liberation Radio' the intro is a sample of Plasmatics 'Butcher Baby' possibly on a spin back. i'm sure no one needed to know that :)

Published by adele (not active) at 1:04am on Sat 7th June 2008.

Ne-yo - So sick
Whitney Houston - My love
Mariah Scarey - Touch my body
Akala - Shakepeare
Joe Dassin - Les champs elysees

Published by Doris (not active) at 3:26am on Mon 9th June 2008.

Oh and adrenaline by the roots, reminds me of a really vivid time of my life. Great song. I'm ill-acquainted with the concept "album".

Published by Doris (not active) at 3:30am on Mon 9th June 2008.

Vibert/Simmonds - Rodulate
Booka Shade - The Sun & The Neon Light
Erykah Badu - New Amerykah Part 1
Venetian Snares - Detrimentalist

Plus loads of dubstep and acid.

Published by will_ at 10:43pm on Wed 11th June 2008.

is there really a Mariah Scarey or is it a personal joke? there is a Donna Summer who is nothing like 'I feel love' no missy. i just don't get 95% of dubstep. this is all.

Published by adele (not active) at 11:44pm on Wed 11th June 2008.

papa m - whatever mortal
matt elliot
cloudead
david grubbs

Published by goatwolf at 10:03am on Thu 12th June 2008.

I listened to the first few tracks of the Vichy Government's "NME approved" (TM) album on my cold and rainy walk into work. Suitably bleak!

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 10:07am on Thu 12th June 2008.

Papa M - Live from a shark cage
Broadcast - Pendulum
Victoria and Jacob - Myspace tracks. Nice. (www.myspace.com/victoriaandjacob)

Published by simon_b (not active) at 10:09am on Thu 12th June 2008.

>>>Papa M - Live from a shark cage

great minds eh simon!?

I have an urge to listen to organ fan by silverfish now!

Published by goatwolf at 10:25am on Thu 12th June 2008.

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Published by ShakyJake (not active) at 12:16pm on Thu 12th June 2008.

moved onto Joey Beltram last night. i underrated Fuzz Tracks as its unusually moody four tracks for Joey, and has elements that come up on the Caliber EP, which i've just been spinning now. 'Drome' is just collosal, id love to hear it in a big club soundsystem. the day has just improved

Published by adele (not active) at 3:27pm on Sat 14th June 2008.

Chrome - Half Machine Lip Moves

One of the greatest records ever made!!

Published by Dr Rhythm at 2:26pm on Wed 18th June 2008.

>>Chrome - Half Machine Lip Moves

>>>One of the greatest records ever made!!

I agree, although I prefer The Visitation - I'd highly recommend it if you havent heard it. To me it sounds like Royal trux and Meat Puppets covering santana(if they were good) and de capo era LOVE tunes - AWESOME!

Published by goatwolf at 2:32pm on Wed 18th June 2008.

My Bloody Valentine - Loveless
Francoise Hardy - La Question

Published by Ben_DiS at 2:54pm on Wed 18th June 2008.

Grizzly Bear - Yellow House
Neil Young - Harvest
Grizzly Bear - Yellow House
Fleet Foxes - Sun Giant EP
Grizzly Bear - Yellow House
loads of random Bowie
Grizzly Bear - Yellow House
The National - Live in Lisboa video goodness
Grizzly Bear - Yellow House
Grizzly Bear - Yellow House
Grizzly Bear - Yellow House

Published by Rahaha at 3:06pm on Wed 18th June 2008.
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Spiritualized - Songs in A&E
Dirty Three - Cinder
XC-NN - XC-NN
Brian Jonestown Massacre - My Bloody Underground
My Bloody Valentine - Loveless
Tom Waits - Real Gone
Sigur Ros - med whassit-called-the-new-album

Published by alternation (not active) at 3:26pm on Wed 18th June 2008.

David Bowie - Heathen/Outside
Prefab Sprout - Jordan the comeback
The Hollies - For Certain Because
Doves - Some Cities

Published by mwhite (not active) at 3:48pm on Wed 18th June 2008.

Sonic Youth - Murray Street

Published by CamRich at 3:50pm on Wed 18th June 2008.

Lots and lots of Sebadoh following Primavera reawakening. Can't belive I hadn't listened to them for years.

Steve Von Till - A Grave Is a Grim Horse
Coalesce - 012
Battles - EPs
Plush - Underfed
Sugar - Copper Blue
Unearthly Trance - Electrocution

Published by Ugly Barney at 7:55pm on Wed 18th June 2008.

Have been making my way through the CD's I brought with my last 20 note from my wages

Cursive - Burst & Bloom
Delivery Room - The Leaf Label Cheapo Sampler circa 2004
Southern Autumnal Killer Megamix - feat Lungfish, Sunn O))) and Partyline circa 2005
Sleater Kinney - All Hands On The Bad One
Black Ox Orkestar - Ver Tanzt? (Lozzy, I am so lending you this)

Published by QueenBlag (not active) at 9:33pm on Wed 18th June 2008.

Feline- Save Your Face

Published by Your Tourniquet at 10:48pm on Wed 18th June 2008.

Tipper - Relish The Trough
LFO - Frequencies
The Beach Boys - Pet Sounds
Mrs. Jynx - The Standoffish Cat

Published by will_ at 11:44pm on Wed 18th June 2008.

The Hold Steady - Stay Positive
Bonnie Prince Billy - Lie down in the light
Kenneth Ishak - Northern Exposure
Code of Honour - Complete Studio Recordings
Half Man Half Biscuit - CSI Ambleside
Husker Du - Warehouse Songs and Stories
Cringer - Tikki Tikki Tembo No Sa Rembo...

Published by BrotherRat at 10:52am on Thu 19th June 2008.

Ohh, music lend-age, yay!

I'm on a Slint trip and will then probably go for more post-rock in the mogwai and set fire to flames, GSYBE! vein.

Inspired by seeing this:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:I...

Published by lozzy at 10:58am on Thu 19th June 2008.

Line up today we have:
Dandy Warhols - Earth to the Dandy Warhols
Brian Jonestown Massacre - Methodrone
The Warlocks - Phoenix
Serena Maneesh - Serena Maneesh
Sigur Ros - new album
Spiritualized - Songs in A&E
The Cure - couple of new singles
The Cure - Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me
Primal Scream - Can't go back (single)

Published by alternation (not active) at 11:02am on Thu 19th June 2008.

New Alkaline Trio album....which i'm not entirely convinced about just yet...but i'm sure i'll force myself to like it...

Published by JazzRTC at 11:04am on Thu 19th June 2008.

Queensryche : Mindcrime 1 .... building up to saturday

Published by General lee at 11:05am on Thu 19th June 2008.

This week -
Bilge Pump - Let Me Breathe
The Unit Ama - s/t
Camera Obscura - Let's Get Out Of This Country
Golden - Super Golden Original Movement
Coltrane/Monk
Rip Rig & Panic - I Am Cold
Charalambides - Joy Shapes
v/a - Christ! This Wine Is Agreeable (Bilge Pump tribute)
v/a - Plan ?
Gillian Welch - Soul Journey
Fucked Up - some 7"s
Bonnie Prince Billy - Lie Down in the Light
Michael Jackson - Off The Wall

Published by carney at 11:07am on Thu 19th June 2008.

Jay Reatard
The Lost Sounds
The Reatards
Terror Visions

Published by goatwolf at 11:25am on Thu 19th June 2008.

James Blackshaw - Litany of Echoes
This is great stuff...

Published by CamRich at 12:12pm on Thu 19th June 2008.

The new Slipknot song - it's both hilarious and absolutely amazing.
If I was 12 I'd be pre-ordering the album right about now.

Published by Ben_DiS at 8:04pm on Fri 20th June 2008.

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Published by Robbiebarr (not active) at 9:19pm on Fri 20th June 2008.

Sunny Day Real Estate - Diary
Russian Circles - Station
Manchester Orchestra - I'm Like A Virgin Losing A Child
This Town Needs Guns - This Town Needs Guns

Published by jamesttg at 12:47am on Sat 21st June 2008.

You have the This Town Needs Guns album?
How is it?

Published by Ben_DiS at 8:10am on Sat 21st June 2008.

Nico - Desertshore
Throbbing Gristle - 20 Jazz Funk Greats
This Mortal Coil - It'll End In Tears

Sometimes I think I'm turning into a goth.

Published by Ben_DiS at 9:58pm on Sun 22nd June 2008.

George harrison All things must Pass

Published by steve w at 8:37am on Mon 23rd June 2008.

Fugazi - repeater, 13 songs.
Black Flag - my war.
Hot Snakes - Automatic midnight

Published by arthurCRS at 10:24am on Mon 23rd June 2008.

Primal Scream - Lots of different stuff
Sigur ros - new album
Dandy warhols - new album
radiohead - in rainbows

Published by alternation (not active) at 10:47am on Mon 23rd June 2008.

I'm listening to Sounds of the South Disk 4 - American Folk Songs For Children. It is excellent.

Published by DJ Ohmygod at 2:18pm on Mon 23rd June 2008.

Got bored with folk music. 20 Years of Dischord now.

Published by DJ Ohmygod at 3:08pm on Mon 23rd June 2008.

its funny how records often have favourite tracks, and when you return to them after a few years a track that sounded so so is so much better. now quite like 'Slashers Revenge' and the latter half of 'Don't Die Just Yet' on David Holmes - Lets Get Killed (Go Beat, 1997). oh and last night i think i had my quickest online sale, maybe i should have listed it at a higher price. Bomb the Bass - Bug Powder Dust / Absorber (DJ Promo featuring remixes by Kruder & Dorfmeister, Chemical Brothers and Jedi Knights) under 15 minutes. would quite like to check out other Jedi Knight/ Global Communication stuff, or maybe their remix work at least. its so quiet here i wonder if my neighbours have gassed themselves, or my new double glazing is bloody brilliant?

Published by adele (not active) at 12:08am on Tue 24th June 2008.
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Down by Law - Blue (the song "Best friends still blows me away 16 years down the line)
Sham 69 - Adventures of the Hersham boys
Karate - The bed is in the ocean
Black Flag - In my head / side 2 of My War LP
Susanna Hoffs - Covers

Published by ababoonsass at 9:22am on Tue 24th June 2008.

Face to Face - Standards and Practices
Face to Face - Don't Turn Away
The Briggs

Published by newportandy at 9:41am on Tue 24th June 2008.

ice t - straight up nigga
shriekback - my spine is the bassline
doors - break on through (bossarocker mix)
gang starr - DWYCK (little kids remix)
sufjan stevens - john wayne gacey jnr
roots manuva - witness (floorman ms20 edit)
your mum slurping away (again)

Published by Chapel (not active) at 12:34pm on Tue 24th June 2008.

listening to Kuryakin's wanpilation right now, and not only Neu Smell but Tube Disasters. excellent. i approve :)

Published by adele (not active) at 12:54pm on Wed 25th June 2008.

Titus Andronicus - The Airing of Grievances
Country Soul Revue Comp
The Devastations - Yes U
Crimpshrine - Duct Tape Soup

Published by BrotherRat at 2:07pm on Wed 25th June 2008.

Les Savy Fav - The Cat & The Cobra
Shearwater - Rook
Sun Kil Moon - April
The Cool Kids - The Bake Sale EP
Cut Copy - In Ghost Colours
Subtle - Exiting Arms
SebastiAn - Motor / Momy / Army
Boys Noize - Suck My Deck

Published by QueenBlag (not active) at 2:46pm on Wed 25th June 2008.

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Published by Robbiebarr (not active) at 4:49pm on Wed 25th June 2008.

Naked Raygun - All Rise
The Tupolev Ghost - Alpha ep
The Paper Chase - God Bless Your Black Heart
Melt Banana - Bambi's Dilemma

Published by Ugly Barney at 8:33pm on Wed 25th June 2008.

LFO - Advance
Altern 8 - Full On Mask Hysteria
Caspa - 'Ave It Vol. 2
Iron & Wine - The Shepherd's Dog
Shitmat - Full English Breakfast

Published by will_ at 11:36pm on Wed 25th June 2008.

Suicide - Suicide
Fifty Foot Hose - Cauldron

Published by Ben_DiS at 12:33am on Thu 26th June 2008.

High Contrast - FabricLive Mix

Published by Tintin at 9:36am on Thu 26th June 2008.

The Wildhearts - Stop Us If You've Heard This One Before Vol 1
Panic At The Disco - Pretty.Odd
Alanis Morisette - Flavors of Entanglement
Stone Gods - Silver Spoons and Broken Bones
Guns n Roses - Chinese Democracy demos.
The Offspring - Rise And Fall, Rage And Grace

Published by ozzyfrogspawn (not active) at 9:41am on Thu 26th June 2008.

The Replacements - Pleased to meet me
The Replacements - Tim
The Rip-Offs - Got a Record!

Published by ababoonsass at 10:45am on Thu 26th June 2008.

A really fucking enjoyable compilation by a friend. A lovely friend.

Theme of the Corillions - Martin Wallace
013 - MRR-ADM
Just a Little Bit More on the Curve - Sensations Fix
Cattle and Cane - The Go Betweens
Teardrops - Womack & Womack
Someone Great - LCD Sound System
Life's a Beach - Studio!
The Evening Mysteries of Ferry - John Fahey
Song for Ariel - Panda Bear
Fabara - Syli Authentic
Brandenburg - Beruit
House of Cards - Radiohead
White Chalk - PJ Harvey
Since You've Been Gone - Tommy Flanders
Clean Hands, Dirty Hands - Nick Cave & Warren Ellis
On - Aphex Twin
Jesus Save My Soul - The Corrillions

My mate used to live with that Shitmat fella. Mental.

Published by bigsoulstew (not active) at 6:15pm on Thu 26th June 2008.

i've just been listening to a bit of Mike Dearborn. acid

Published by adele (not active) at 6:51pm on Thu 26th June 2008.

I'm listening to NME Radio online. Go on, laugh, I dares ya!

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 9:28am on Fri 27th June 2008.

Well would ya believe it: they're playing Glasvegas, whoda thought!

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 9:39am on Fri 27th June 2008.

i have 'there goes Concorde again' stuck in my head. thanks Kuryakin. there are more annoying earworms. off to the Portland to sample any beers left and listen to Molloy and friends...

Published by adele (not active) at 7:44pm on Sat 28th June 2008.

Walk in to work: Jay Reatard
Walk home from work: Digitalism remixes

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 12:37pm on Mon 30th June 2008.

The 'I've got a new tattoo' thread has made me put on Get a real Tattoo, and then The closer you get - Six by Seven

Published by arthurCRS at 12:43pm on Mon 30th June 2008.

The Kinks - 1964-1966

So many spankingly good songs.

Published by bigsoulstew (not active) at 2:45pm on Mon 30th June 2008.

just listened to Neil Landstrumm - 'Understanding Misinformation' (Tresor) and had forgotten how brilliant some of the tracks are.

http://www.discogs.com/release/7340

Published by adele (not active) at 1:47am on Wed 2nd July 2008.

Eleanor McEvoy (who i understand was brilliant in acoustic tent at glastonbury)

Published by steve w at 8:31am on Wed 2nd July 2008.

Shearwater - Rook (disappointing! thought I was going to love it, and didn't!)
Jay Reatard - Singles 06-07 (dumb fun)

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 3:46pm on Fri 11th July 2008.

I started listening to 'The Conversation' last night but it don't half go on...

Published by Miss Sunshine (not active) at 3:49pm on Fri 11th July 2008.

tons of live recordings of recent gigs.... Brian Jonestown Massacre, Radiohead, Spiritualized, Primal Scream, MC5....

Published by alternation (not active) at 3:52pm on Fri 11th July 2008.

For me this week:

Black Stone Cherry - Folklore and Superstition
Slipknot - Pyschosocial - awesome new single.
Motley Crue - Saints of Los Angeles.

Published by ozzyfrogspawn (not active) at 3:55pm on Fri 11th July 2008.

Shudder to Think - Get Your Goat. Over and over and over. Man I love this spooky rock.

Published by arthurCRS at 9:19am on Mon 14th July 2008.

no age - nouns

Published by iain the pitman at 9:35am on Mon 14th July 2008.

>>>Jay Reatard - Singles 06-07 (dumb fun)
Jude, I have 2 questions:
are you selling this on your website?
and
does it come with a free DVD?

thanks

Published by goatwolf at 9:57am on Mon 14th July 2008.

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 10:00am on Mon 14th July 2008.

thanks Jude!

I will order on Thursday :)

Published by goatwolf at 9:18am on Tue 15th July 2008.

:-D

*makes "ker-ching" cash register sound*

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 9:21am on Tue 15th July 2008.

David Byrne for me today- I got cheap copies of Feelings and Look in the Eyeball at the Big Weekend CD stall. I'd forgotten how good both are.

Published by mwhite (not active) at 10:36am on Tue 15th July 2008.

I heard the most bizzare tune yesterday. Fatboy Slim, featuring David Byrne and Dizzee Rascal. Weird combo.

Published by arthurCRS at 10:41am on Tue 15th July 2008.

Today

Neil Young - Bar Stool Bues. Saw him @ Hop Farm. Was MASSIVE.

Kings Go Forth - One Day (finally available on 45).

Panda Bear - Song for Ariel.

James Brown (the Jamaican one) - Do It.

Pole - III

The new James Blackshaw, Litany of Echoes. Sounding very promising. Reserve my judgement untill at least 50 plays. Maybe not.

Anyone got a reccomendation for some fucking amazing elecrtonic/brain-bending/weird shit type thing? Fancy a bit of that.

Published by bigsoulstew (not active) at 7:03pm on Wed 16th July 2008.

Nico - Drama of Exile
Lee Hazlewood - Cowboy in Sweden
Tindersticks - s/t.

Sometimes I feel my music taste is too.... serious.

Published by Ben_DiS at 10:30pm on Wed 16th July 2008.

:-D

*makes "ker-ching" cash register sound*

just made my first order from rhythmonline WOOOOP

Published by goatwolf at 10:44am on Thu 17th July 2008.

Wooop indeed. Just received it :-D

Today I shall be mostly listening to the new Okkervil River stuff, in preparation for TRUCK!

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 10:49am on Thu 17th July 2008.

Paul Goodwins Album : Scars.

this is simply fantastic !

Published by General lee at 10:54am on Thu 17th July 2008.

Soulfly - Conquer.
wwwwooooaaarrrrggghhhhhh!

Motley Crue - Saints Of Los Angeles.
Duuuuuuuuuuuuude!

Black Stone Cherry - Folklore & Supersitiion
yyy'aaaaallll

Slipknot - All Hope Is Gone
wwwwwwwoooooaaaaaarrrrggghhhhh111 pt 2.

Published by ozzyfrogspawn (not active) at 11:24am on Thu 17th July 2008.

Anyone got a reccomendation for some fucking amazing elecrtonic/brain-bending/weird shit type thing? Fancy a bit of that.

The Tuss - Rushup Edge
Venetian Snares - The Detrimentalist
Shitmat - Grooverider
Knifehandchop - Bling The Noize
LFO - Advance

I've been listening to these albums a lot lately - they're all great.

Published by will_ at 11:38am on Thu 17th July 2008.

Coliseum - No salvation - Amazing!...Motorhead meets Discharge meets Black Flag meets Avail meets Pantera.....HEAVY!!!!

Band of horses - s/t...The SHITTISH album Ive heard in ages

Johnny Thunders - So alone... BRILLIANT

Published by goatwolf at 11:46am on Thu 17th July 2008.

Goatdude! Yeah, Coliseum are a bit fucking good, eh?! Seeing em AGAIN tomorrow of course. That first album of theirs I got from the gig is produced by Jason from Sebadoh! And he songs on most of the tracks. How odd.

Also:

Fucked Up - Epics In Minutes
Cloak/Dagger - Kamikazes
Jay Reatard - Painted Shut
Brutal Knights - Terrible Evenings ep

Published by Ugly Barney at 8:54pm on Thu 17th July 2008.

Nice one will_ I have The Tuss, and know the VS record. Haven't heard the others. Is the LFO 'old'? Title sounds very familiar. I think I've said before in this thread, but a chap I work with used to share a house with that Shitmat fella, in Nozzer.

-

Ghostface - More Fish

Kings Go Forth 45 - Unbauhleeeevable.

Published by bigsoulstew (not active) at 7:55am on Fri 18th July 2008.

Advance was mid 90's I think. If you don't have it, Frequencies (from 1991) is also amazing - one of the best electronic albums ever made.

Published by will_ at 9:57pm on Fri 18th July 2008.

*looks in cupboard* yes 'Advance' was 1996 and has a lovely Sunshine orange sleeve (with purple and silver inner sleeves) :D

Published by Miss Sunshine (not active) at 10:03pm on Fri 18th July 2008.

First love, last rites - Shudder to Think. A strange OST featuring Nina Persson, Jeff Buckley, Billy Corgan, Mimi Parker / Alan Sparhawk and other totally non-cohesive randoms.
Pony Express Record - Shudder to Think - actually queued up for next, so don't know but have high hopes this will be good.

Published by arthurCRS at 4:24pm on Mon 21st July 2008.
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XX Teens - Welcome to Goon Island
Wave Pictures - Just Like a Drummer EP

You?

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 9:58am on Wed 23rd July 2008.

I finally treated myself to the new Paul Heaton album yesterday and it has some brilliant, brilliant stuff on it. The best music he has done for years. I think some of it is slightly boring but I hyaven't had much time to listen to it yet. It has a great rockabilly vibe. The lyrics are all great of course.

Published by mwhite (not active) at 10:25am on Wed 23rd July 2008.

Just bought System of a Down - Steal this album (i didn't do that though:))

Published by Tonester at 11:46am on Wed 23rd July 2008.

^
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Now that's what I call sticking it to the man.

Published by sam i at 11:52am on Wed 23rd July 2008.

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Published by grabsplatter (not active) at 11:00pm on Sat 26th July 2008.

tonight we had

Ray and Christian - hold us down/ blazing the crop
a bit of gillian welch
Happy mondays - step on
Horace andy - money money
hot chip - ready for the floor
something by madonna
manu chao - politik kills/ rainin in paradise
Pendulum - tarantula
Justin timberlake - sexyback

Published by Doris (not active) at 11:43pm on Sat 26th July 2008.

Also justin timberlake - summelove/set the mood prelude (tune)

now I'm loving the la culpable cd at the moment it's cmon my house by don't know who but it rocks.

Published by Doris (not active) at 11:57pm on Sat 26th July 2008.

^ did you get your PC/Laptop sorted?

Published by Miss Sunshine (not active) at 11:58pm on Sat 26th July 2008.

It's still working - grumpy as ever. Didn't get better, didn't get worse. I think it's going to shut down on my soon though.

Also in a listening thread vein, we had 54-46 (That's My Number) by Toots & the Maytals earlier. Now that is a tune.

Published by Doris (not active) at 12:12am on Sun 27th July 2008.

You are who I think you are though, aren't you? I hate it when people change their user names. We fear change.

Published by Doris (not active) at 12:18am on Sun 27th July 2008.

I don't know if I know you in person, though I met several people today who are on WAN not using their actual name. Amusingly I couldn't help notice I made it into one of the top 10 lists. As the majority of people are using psuedonyms it only seems right to go back to one

Published by Miss Sunshine (not active) at 1:14am on Sun 27th July 2008.

White Denim - LP
Fleet Foxes - LP & EP
BiG Star - Radio City

Published by bigsoulstew (not active) at 11:44am on Mon 28th July 2008.

Dandy Warhols - Earth to the Dandy Warhols
M83 - Saturdays = Youth
NIN - The Slip
The Gutter Twins - Saturnalia
Tom Waits - Bone machine
Spiritualized - Songs in A&E
Primal Scream & MC5 - Live at Meltdown (bootleg)

Published by alternation (not active) at 3:12pm on Mon 28th July 2008.

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Published by grabsplatter (not active) at 1:15pm on Tue 29th July 2008.

tonight we had

Ray and Christian - hold us down/ blazing the crop
a bit of gillian welch
Happy mondays - step on
Horace andy - money money
hot chip - ready for the floor
something by madonna
manu chao - politik kills/ rainin in paradise
Pendulum - tarantula
Justin timberlake - sexyback

Published by Doris at 11:43pm on Sat 26th July 2008.

Not really any indie there GS...You're ok.

Published by simon_b (not active) at 1:22pm on Tue 29th July 2008.

Toots and the Maytals- Funky Kingston
Studio One - 100% Dynamite!
mojo sub pop comp (free with this months mag)
a hawk and a hacksaw

Published by goatwolf at 1:31pm on Tue 29th July 2008.

Published by alternation (not active) at 1:33pm on Tue 29th July 2008.

World Shut Your Mouth - Julian Cope

Published by chelleywithac (not active) at 1:33pm on Tue 29th July 2008.

I'm having a bit of a Splodgeathon in between bouts of video editing and cups of tea. I don't suppose 'Batman is a Nazi' made it onto the latest film ;)

Published by Miss Sunshine (not active) at 9:25pm on Wed 30th July 2008.

the klf - chillout
caribou - andorra
elbow - the seldom seen kid
joe strummer - walker ost
beck - modern guilt

Published by zigaboo modeliste (not active) at 10:49pm on Wed 30th July 2008.

Hardfloor - Home Run
Aaron Spectre - Life We Promote
Buddy Peace - Wolf Diesel Mountain
Various - Soul Jazz Presents Rumble In The Jungle
Elbow - The Seldom Seen Kid

Published by will_ at 11:13pm on Wed 30th July 2008.

Ooo some new Aaron, is it any good?

Published by Miss Sunshine (not active) at 11:34pm on Wed 30th July 2008.

It's ace!

It's a mix that seems to have been taken down from his website since I downloaded it. If you want I can stick it on sendspace or something.

Published by will_ at 11:43pm on Wed 30th July 2008.

Oooh yes please. I managed to see him play at the Soul Tree about a year ago. Not that I have the stamina to get home from gigs at 3.30 and get up for work next morning, was pretty tired on friday but needs must when it comes to a bit of breakcore :)

.. or if you pass it ms scott's way on a cdr I might eventually come into possession of it when I get my mojo back

Published by Miss Sunshine (not active) at 11:53pm on Wed 30th July 2008.
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I'll upload it for you.

Do I know you btw?

Published by will_ at 12:10am on Thu 31st July 2008.

I don't know, possibly, possibly not, might have given a clue on the other thread I just posted on

Published by Miss Sunshine (not active) at 12:21am on Thu 31st July 2008.

The Vichy Government - Whores In Taxis

great 1am music

Published by Rahaha at 1:16am on Thu 31st July 2008.

Tom Waits - Rain Dogs

Published by steve w at 8:22am on Thu 31st July 2008.

The Chap, Builders Brew

demonstrating without a shadow of a doubt that irony alone is not enough.

Published by sam i at 10:48am on Thu 31st July 2008.

Ballboy, on the radio. Lovely :-)

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 10:51am on Thu 31st July 2008.

Black Mountain - Black Mountain. Just realised everything I've played this morning has been on shuffle, did think that albums I know seemed quite unfamiliar?!

Published by arthurCRS at 12:39pm on Thu 31st July 2008.

The Vichy Government - Whores In Taxis

great 1am music

Saw a comment from someone who had tried to listen to our new album on headphones in a public place. Said it made them feel like they were about to have a heart attack, or something.

Published by saline drip at 2:58pm on Thu 31st July 2008.

Various - 200 (Planet mu)

Fucking awesome compilation.

Published by will_ at 12:28am on Wed 6th August 2008.

The Kinks - She's Got Everything

Wick-ed.

Published by bigsoulstew (not active) at 10:11am on Wed 6th August 2008.

The new Saint Etienne anthology - lots of nice tunes.

Published by Dr Rhythm at 10:53am on Wed 6th August 2008.

The new soulfly album,....DUH

Published by General lee at 10:55am on Wed 6th August 2008.

This Week:

The Runaways - first 2
Ray Pillow - Best of
United Snakes - s/t
Les Savy Fav - Inches
Husker Du - Zen Arcade
Flamin Darwin - Stars of... Label Sampler

Published by goatwolf at 11:50am on Wed 6th August 2008.

Two fresh shiny review copies to listen to today:

Department of Eagles - In Ear Park
Soft Cell - Heat: The Remixes

Splendid! Particularly looking forward to the Soft Cell one as they were my favourite band in the world for a while back there when I was a teenager :-D

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 9:48am on Fri 8th August 2008.

Madlib - Shades of Blue
Talking Heads - Speaking In Tongues

Published by Tintin at 10:07am on Fri 8th August 2008.

Bonnie 'Prince' BIlly - Master and Everyone
Bert Jansch LP
Love Forever Changes - In the car REALLY loud on the way into work. Fuck me, that was good. Saw that new dvd of theirs the other day, not bad.
And loads of Kinks & Kate Bush records.

Published by bigsoulstew (not active) at 12:58pm on Fri 8th August 2008.

Tropicalia: A Brasilian Revolution In Sound
Ghostface Killah - The Big Doe Rehab
PJ Harvey - White Chalk
Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings - 100 Days, 100 Nights

Published by zigaboo modeliste (not active) at 1:02pm on Fri 8th August 2008.

Love Forever Changes - In the car REALLY loud on the way into work. Fuck me, that was good. Saw that new dvd of theirs the other day, not bad.

best album ever! i quite liked the doc although i didnt like the way they ended it with forever changes. i wanted to know more about late 70s/80s era arthur - roaming hollywood with a bad wig being bitter and busking n stuff...

did you see the dvd extras with the percussion slippers?

Published by goatwolf at 1:07pm on Fri 8th August 2008.

I have a poster for this above my laptop on the wall :-)

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 1:08pm on Fri 8th August 2008.

Another vote for Forever Changes.

*puts hand in air*

Published by zigaboo modeliste (not active) at 1:11pm on Fri 8th August 2008.

has anyone heard the newly released mix?

Published by goatwolf at 1:12pm on Fri 8th August 2008.

has anyone heard the newly released mix?

*facetious remark follows*

I imagine the bloke who mixed it has.

Published by zigaboo modeliste (not active) at 1:14pm on Fri 8th August 2008.

grrrrrrr

Published by goatwolf at 1:16pm on Fri 8th August 2008.

How recent is this mix then, mr goatwolf? I have not heard it, forsooth.

Published by zigaboo modeliste (not active) at 1:18pm on Fri 8th August 2008.

it was released last month. a completely new mix apparantly.... why the f*ck would you do anything to that album....it is perfect!

Published by goatwolf at 1:20pm on Fri 8th August 2008.

Is that the one on double 'legend/legacy (whatever) edition? No, I nearly bought it at the weekend. For a sec I thought it may be the 'original' mix, ie no strings. Years ago, I remember reading all the time that Arthur never wanted the strings on there. But judging from that doc he was well involved in making it happen.

There have been so many stories over the years. I used to but that old fanzine 'The Castle' I swear it has the same photcopied articles every time it came out.

re the doc - some late stuff would a been cool. I saw them/him in the mid-ninties at the Highbury Garage backed by the High Lamas. I didn't see the Forever Changes gigs though. Twat. What's the dvd of that like?

Snoopy's slippers are unreal. I wish I coulda seen that when I was eighteen stoned outta my head or something. Bonkers.

Published by bigsoulstew (not active) at 2:51pm on Fri 8th August 2008.

yes it is. it has a stereo and a mono mix i think and then this new mix. it would be kinda interesting to hear forever changes without the strings, it would be even more interesting to of heard bryan macleans lead vocals that were cut out by arthur. I havent checked out that zine but will do...

i saw the forever changes concert at the corn exchange- it was amazing, saw him a couple of other times too - also amazing! the DVD is actually really good and can usually be found in a borders or fopp sale for about a fiver.

snoopys slippers are great, and he has the most amazing house ever! I did think the bit where he is in his little hot pants, dancing and singing in front of the mirror was a bit strange though!

Published by goatwolf at 3:09pm on Fri 8th August 2008.

We've just uncovered about 15 copies of a nice lime green poster for the "Love Story" film (as in Love the band, not "Love Story" the soppy film about dying Ali Magraw). SPECIAL WAN/RHYTHM OFFER: Free Love poster with every order - just put your WAN name in brackets next to your real name on the order form.

http://www.rhythmonline.co.uk

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 3:39pm on Fri 8th August 2008.

love it?

Like this, poster / Love fans (but a bit greener):

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 3:43pm on Fri 8th August 2008.

just Pm'd you!

Published by goatwolf at 3:51pm on Fri 8th August 2008.

Various - "Zero - the Martin Hannett Story"
Momus - "The Tender Pervert"

Published by Dr Rhythm at 3:04pm on Wed 13th August 2008.

Nico - The End
The Birthday Party - Prayers On Fire
Pere Ubu - Dub Housing.

SWEEEET.

Published by Ben_DiS at 3:07pm on Wed 13th August 2008.

Dub Housing is a fantastic record - a longtime favourite of mine.

Published by Dr Rhythm at 3:25pm on Wed 13th August 2008.

Darren Hayman Great British Holiday EPs
A Slade boxset
Prefab Sprout - Jordan the Comeback

Published by mwhite (not active) at 3:26pm on Wed 13th August 2008.

I've been listening a lot to some of the X-Mix series - Kevin Saunderson, Laurent Garnier, DJ Hell, Ken Ishii and Dave Angel

Published by will_ at 3:30pm on Wed 13th August 2008.

^ I have Ken Ishii and Laurent Garnier's xmix, the latter is still one of my favourites. Incidentally James quoted this thread as typical of all that is wrong about WAN. Discuss :D

Published by Miss Sunshine (not active) at 3:35pm on Wed 13th August 2008.

No - that's not obscure stuff.

Published by Dr Rhythm at 3:38pm on Wed 13th August 2008.

i like this thread, it can be a way of sparking off conversations about music, you wouldn't necessarily know about. think it's through this thread or an earlier version, that i got into Julian Cope.

It depends i guess whether you see music as being one of the plusses of the forum, as i do, or not. As the home page includes what's on etc, i'd have thought music is always going to feature heavily.

Published by steve w at 3:42pm on Wed 13th August 2008.

It's just one thread of many. People should just read the threads they want to and not the others OR, if something in a thread is irritating, try and discuss or "steer" it in another direction? I do sometimes find this thread a bit irritating / pointless - when people just post up what they're listening to and no-one responds. It's more interesting when others then say "oh yes - I really like that too" or "Oh, I was wondering if that was worth buying" etc etc - ie a bit of dialogue not just

I'm listening to band A
I'm listening to band B
I'm listening to band C

etc etc

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 3:42pm on Wed 13th August 2008.

Oh, and I'm listening to:

Soft Cell remixes album
Department of Eagles - In Ear Park
The Organ - Thieves EP

Do I win 5?

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 3:48pm on Wed 13th August 2008.

I'm listening to Kylie against my will. Now while I can appreciate she's a fox and her music has its place (bless her), it riles the crap out of me while I'm trying to work.

If anyone deserves a fiver...

Published by knock_down_ginger at 3:58pm on Wed 13th August 2008.

I think we deserve a All Fictional Listening Thread!!! containing the most made up names and albums you can think of (& bet they really exist somewhere). Alas I can't take part as the Myspace checking would be impossible, with it being NSFW

Published by Miss Sunshine (not active) at 4:07pm on Wed 13th August 2008.

Do it Miss S -- there was a fake bandnames thread on another board I read recently but I bet we could do better.

Published by bad-timing at 4:14pm on Wed 13th August 2008.

I bought my first Botch album today (we are the romans) on the strength of discussion on here / mentions by a couple of people on this thread. Haven't been able to listen to it yet though. Also just mistyped it as Biotch, but noticed my mistake!

Got the new(ish) youthmovies album, on the strength of a TLOBF review that didn't really like it all that much. Not sure how that convinced me.

Don't know if this is the time or the thread, but had anyone heard the Jaguar Love album, or is there even one out? I'm guessing from one song I heard the other day that they must have something to do with Blood brothers, who I totally loved.

Published by arthurCRS at 4:23pm on Wed 13th August 2008.
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Jaguar Love, you say? Blood Brothers, you say? Line of Best Fit, you say? See here:

http://www.thelineofbestfit.com/2008/08/jaguar-love-take-me-to-the-sea...

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 4:34pm on Wed 13th August 2008.

Ah ha! Thanks Jude - knew from the vocals that it must be the Bloods. Bit of a mixed review that, but the song I heard was brilliant. I think maybe it helps that i liked the Blood Brothers a lot already? Will purchase sometime soon.

Published by arthurCRS at 5:01pm on Wed 13th August 2008.

Yeah - I've picked up on a couple of things through these thread - Animal Collective spring to mind.

Published by Dr Rhythm at 5:39pm on Wed 13th August 2008.

Miss Sunshine did I recall you once mentioning Andy Weatherall's 1993 essential mix? I've just uploaded it for someone if you want it as well. Anyone else as well for that matter.

Published by will_ at 12:51am on Thu 14th August 2008.

Oh wow, yes please. In fact there was one track I spent ages tracking down, Killing Joke - Requiem (A Falling Leaf Always Reaches The Sea Dub Mix) on account of that mix :)

Just been listening to Carl Lekibusch, C-System and Cymbol. My review of the Aaron Spectre mix, pretty good 7/10, might have been higher but I'm not so keen on the Ragga/Jungle elements, anything from the Drumcorps list and 'Mordor'. A bit I was quite surprised when it went a bit more EBM/electro around the 40 minute mark, not heard him play anything like that before

Published by Miss Sunshine (not active) at 1:06am on Thu 14th August 2008.

Published by will_ at 1:38am on Thu 14th August 2008.

Love - Forever Changes REALLY LOUD in the motor on the way to work, again.

Now, Radio 2. A shit competition going on at the mo.

Published by bigsoulstew (not active) at 10:34am on Thu 14th August 2008.

Is that Weatherall mix the one with Pyschik Warriors Ov Gaia and Black Dog on it? Great stuff if so

Published by Dr Rhythm at 10:41am on Thu 14th August 2008.

That's the one Dr R.

Speaking of the Black Dog, I'm just giving their new album Radio Scarecrow a listen. Good stuff.

Published by will_ at 12:31pm on Thu 14th August 2008.

Really can't recommend Botch - We Are the Romans enough, although I suspect I'm there well late in the game, what with them splitting up in 2002. Quite mathy, quite jazzy (though not to the extremes of Dillinger Escape plan) really fucking excellent hardcore.

I listened to the album last night VERY LOUDLY on my headphones, whilst completely monged, coming out of a trance somewhere in the middle of a 8 minute gregorian chant bit, just before a huge slab of metal melted my slack-jawed visage right off.

Published by arthurCRS at 3:58pm on Thu 14th August 2008.

Oh, does anyone have American Nervoso or any of the EPs or singles Botch released? Jamesttg? Queenblag? I know WATR is supposed to be best, but want to know if the others are worth owning.

Published by arthurCRS at 4:13pm on Thu 14th August 2008.

Yeah, that Botch album is skill. I do have their other albums, yes, if you can wait a couple of weeks till I've moved I'll copy them for you.

Published by jamesttg at 4:14pm on Thu 14th August 2008.

Gotcha bad man. Will wait until then - up for London gig action when moved? I keep seeing lots of shows me and Matt want to attend.

Published by arthurCRS at 4:16pm on Thu 14th August 2008.

Why get records for free, when you could purchase them for over a tenner from Rhythm Online? ;-)

http://www.rhythmonline.co.uk/results.php?page=quickSearch&quicksearch...

*sighs* The youth of today...

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 4:18pm on Thu 14th August 2008.

Arthur - definitely man! Shoot me an e-mail at james.parrish@hotmail.co.uk and keep me in the loop. Just sorted a place in Angel. Perfect location for getting to most gigs. Will be living her from next weekend. I have tickets for Bluetip/Hoover and want to go to the ATP show (Release The Bats) with Lightning Bolt... but any other suggestions, let me know.

Published by jamesttg at 4:19pm on Thu 14th August 2008.

(subliminal)Maps and Atlases in October, and invite that Lozzy, she's fun(subliminal)

Published by lozzy at 4:22pm on Thu 14th August 2008.

Cats and Cats and Cats / This Town Needs Guns

*looks shifty*

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 3:09pm on Fri 15th August 2008.

Hehe! at Jude :)

Published by arthurCRS at 3:35pm on Fri 15th August 2008.

*sheepish* ;-)

Published by Jude 1 (not active) at 3:39pm on Fri 15th August 2008.

A Certain Ratio - Live In America 1985

Published by Dr Rhythm at 4:13pm on Fri 15th August 2008.

New highway - return to Viva Americana

Published by Doris (not active) at 12:25am on Sat 16th August 2008.

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Published by bigmal at 3:30am on Sat 16th August 2008.

for me this week:

Scars on Broadway (simply magnificent!!!)
Extreme - Saudes de Rock
Hawthorne Heights - Fragile Future
Motley Crue - Saints of Los Angeles
Backyard Babies - Backyard Babies
Buckcherry - Black Butterfly
Trivium - Shogun

Published by ozzyfrogspawn (not active) at 9:57am on Sat 16th August 2008.

BIg Star, as I've just bought tickets. Will be good to see Robyn Hitchcock live, too. I've only heard his tunes on the radio and played to me by friends etc, but generally like 'em.

Published by bigsoulstew (not active) at 10:04am on Sat 16th August 2008.

Listening to Art of Acid- Justin Robertson mix. Classic acid house but with a few lesser known tracks and with some interesting remixes like Basement Jaxx doing Adonis Rocking down the house, and Ashley Beadle remixing Hercules 7 ways to jack.

Published by marcosthebubble at 2:00pm on Sat 16th August 2008.

Shivers down the spine tracks I had forgotton but still have on vinyl- Unique 3 - The Theme and Renegade Soundwave- The Phantom (which uniquely samples White Riot by the Clash). This really is a good mix, suitably trippy but not banging, especially good for anybody curious regarding fuss over 20th aniversary of Acid House.
I really recommend this CD

Published by marcosthebubble at 2:16pm on Sat 16th August 2008.

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Published by -bluebelle- (not active) at 4:12pm on Sat 16th August 2008.

Have you got a direct link to it? Sounds great but not working for me.

Published by arthurCRS at 8:07pm on Sat 16th August 2008.

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Published by -bluebelle- (not active) at 8:18pm on Sat 16th August 2008.

Danny Thompson - Whatever

For the first time. Very good.

Published by bigsoulstew (not active) at 8:16am on Sun 17th August 2008.

BiG Star - Live (Ryko Disc CD)
Chris Bell - I Am The Cosmos/You and Your Sister on 45 offa ebay. An amazing double sider, and it looks very cool too. Was not cheap.

Published by bigsoulstew (not active) at 2:48pm on Mon 18th August 2008.

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Published by -bluebelle- (not active) at 3:39pm on Thu 21st August 2008.

Chris Bell - I Am The Cosmos/You and Your Sister on 45 offa ebay. An amazing double sider, and it looks very cool too. Was not cheap.[/]

WOW!!!how much?!? i wanna know!
I am the Comson is one of my all time fav albums. you going to see Big Star next week?

Published by goatwolf at 4:19pm on Thu 21st August 2008.

Vexkiddy - Knocking Out Numbers

"It's micro-rave not breakcore!"

Published by will_ at 6:38pm on Thu 21st August 2008.

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Published by -bluebelle- (not active) at 6:48pm on Thu 21st August 2008.

IAMTHECOSMOS-NEW

"WOW!!!how much?!? i wanna know!"

Seventy sheets.

"I am the Cosmos is one of my all time fav albums. you going to see Big Star next week?"

Yes. Bit tricky getting to and from the bush on a shool night. But hey-ho. You going?

Published by bigsoulstew (not active) at 10:19pm on Thu 21st August 2008.

Seriously, how cool is that label?

Published by bigsoulstew (not active) at 10:23pm on Thu 21st August 2008.

I am going, really looking forward to it! This will be my first gig at the bush, is it a bugger to get to then? I really hope I wont have to leave early to catch the dreaded last train...

I think i will be bootlegging the gig as well so let me know if you want a copy.

That label is very cool, and worth the 70 sheets Id say.

Published by goatwolf at 8:57am on Fri 22nd August 2008.

Well, it just takes time to get across town etc. The last train to central London leaves pretty early, I think.

Aye, sounds cool.

Yeah, I know it is. I think. Hehe. Records.

Published by bigsoulstew (not active) at 11:13am on Fri 22nd August 2008.

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Published by -bluebelle- (not active) at 11:20am on Sun 24th August 2008.
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I'm listening to Dead Prez - Revolutionary but Gangsta, which doesn't scale the heights of Let's Get Free, but has some nice moments. Don't know quite how the gangster passages fit with the earlier political statements in LGF, but maybe it's all a parody of gangster rap that I haven't yet fathomed.

Next up is Explosions in the Sky, who I probably should be totally familiar with given my band, but to be honest I don't listen to all that much post-rock. Then Fugazi - Red Medicine will continue my Fugazi research, and finally I'll listen to some Last Step, which is early-ish Venetian Snares 12s and EPs that I've not tracked down until this point.

Ad that's my Bank Holiday weekend, right there.

Published by arthurCRS at 11:00am on Mon 25th August 2008.

I have both Alter bridge albums going , although the new slipknot album is cued up for a blast

Published by General lee at 11:02am on Mon 25th August 2008.

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Published by foolscap (not active) at 5:26pm on Wed 26th November 2014.


If it has gone out of fashion then count me in. Who'd want to me a music snob if doing so were POPULAR?

Published by Silent Rob at 5:33pm on Wed 26th November 2014.

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