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  • edited October 3
    Ignore me.
  • hallelujah!
  • classic from the genius that was Chuck B .. very unusual version


  • Robert Glasper - Black Radio:
  • edited October 8
    Still listening to, Delta Sweete Revisited - Mercury Rev


  • edited October 9
    Total ToTo


  • edited October 10
    Thomas Dolby - One Of Our Submarines
    Engaging, intelligent synth-pop from a chap who made splendid music in the early 1980s.
    The inspiration for the song was Dolby's late uncle, who died as a submarine crewman during World War II.


  • The Mysteries - Take Control EP
    Interpol - Marauder, and A Fine Mess EP
  • edited October 12
    PaddyP17 said:
    Robert Glasper - Black Radio:
    Fascinating 
     Still trying to work out the time signature here.
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  • Wendy James ... excellent :smiley:
  • As in transvision vamp? Be interested in what her solo stuff sounds like
  • stonemuse said:

    Wendy James ... excellent :smiley:
    Were you there?                                               

    I don’t bovver with support acts, but someone who I bumped into at the Roundhouse said she was good!
  • McBobbin said:
    As in transvision vamp? Be interested in what her solo stuff sounds like
    Yes.
  • stonemuse said:

    Wendy James ... excellent :smiley:
    Were you there?                                               

    I don’t bovver with support acts, but someone who I bumped into at the Roundhouse said she was good!
    No, hadn't realised she was doing solo stuff ... always loved her stuff in the past so will have to check out her latest work
  • and this live version


  • Mongolian Rock


  • The Smiths

    I'd almost forgotten how good a debut album this was.
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  • The Queen is Dead - The Smiths
  • British Sea Power
  • I caught OMD live in Barcelona last night. Pretty much the usual run of hits across the decades - they have a long list. But wonderfully for the likes of me who grew up with them when they were more experimental back at the start of the eighties, we were rewarded with Statues and Almost from the early days. It literally blew me away. It Will also make my family happy, as since I saw the Offspring back in august, they have had me playing Offspring/Nirvana/red Hot Chilli Peppers over and over, and they might get some different music coming from the bathroom for a bit.
  • I caught OMD live in Barcelona last night. Pretty much the usual run of hits across the decades - they have a long list. But wonderfully for the likes of me who grew up with them when they were more experimental back at the start of the eighties, we were rewarded with Statues and Almost from the early days. It literally blew me away. It Will also make my family happy, as since I saw the Offspring back in august, they have had me playing Offspring/Nirvana/red Hot Chilli Peppers over and over, and they might get some different music coming from the bathroom for a bit.
    Im doing Guildford and Hammersmith ( VIP Tickets ) next month for the 40th anniversary tour , im a big fan and they do put on a great gig .
  • I envy you the VIP stuff. The guy behind me was at the gig earlier for the soundcheck before and met the band. Didn't entirely get the gist of how he got the tickets but that would have been a blast.Great to see them still playing Electricity to close the night!
  • In the End - The Cranberries

    So upsetting that this will be the final album ... but it is a great one. 
  • Girl from the North Country - Johnny Cash and Bob Dylan
  • Call the Comet - Johnny Marr
  • Rusty Egan - Welcome To The Remix 2
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