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    Can any of the Killers fans on here (Brumby?) tell me whether Brandon Flowers' solo album is worth a listen.
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    The Vaccines were the best thing this year, and confirms my tastes haven't changed since 1979, good.
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    One of the few albums of the last year Ive liked TBH
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    Keep hearing that I would like them


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    You probably keep hearing that you're a **** as well tbf.

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    Some classic today. Undoubtedly the best album of the 90s. Playing the cd version atm though I possess cassette and lp versions as well

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    Seriously great album. Annoying how it's written off by so many people because the Beastie Boys are considered a joke band (which they have become since its release tbf).

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeraintIsMyHero View Post
    Keep hearing that I would like them
    You like the Strokes, you'll like the Vaccines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sledger View Post
    Seriously great album. Annoying how it's written off by so many people because the Beastie Boys are considered a joke band (which they have become since its release tbf).
    Probably about as annoying as people thinking Appetite for Destruction is a hairmetal album

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    Couldn't say. Never heard of it.

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    TBF, when they started out, the Beasties were a joke band. Pretty hard to comeback from Fight for your Right... and claim to be serious afterwards.

    After that they were always metaphorically wearing a red nose in my books.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sledger View Post
    Seriously great album. Annoying how it's written off by so many people because the Beastie Boys are considered a joke band (which they have become since its release tbf).
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    TBF, when they started out, the Beasties were a joke band. Pretty hard to comeback from Fight for your Right... and claim to be serious afterwards.

    After that they were always metaphorically wearing a red nose in my books.
    They are a joke band and always have been imo. And thats why I like them so much

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    So I finally stumbled onto the kranky label's website (whose signings include Tim Hecker, SOTL and its spinoffs)... good god.

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    David Robert Jones, better known to the world as David Bowie, is eligible for his pension tomorrow as he turns 65. Yikes. 50 bizarre Bowie facts & myths.

    Shared his birthday with a minor rockabilly singer who some of you may've heard of & who apparently died 25 years ago this year too. Elvis something?

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    Noely G got a Brit nomination, sweet, pretty surprised tbh. Aside form the Oustanding Contribution award, reckon that's the first one he's got since 97 when Don't Look Back in Anger lost out to Wannabe for Best Single

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