Haven't listened to the third in a while, found it in a box of CDs the other day, moved about a few times over the last few years and had about 100 albums unaccounted for, that amongst them. Will probably blast it at the end of the week. Remember preferring it to the second anyway.
Is This It was also amongst said box btw and have enjoyed playing it over and over and over and over since, after not listening to it in about three or four years
Haven't procured the fourth LP yet, but think I prefer the second to the third from memory. Another band who made an unimpeachably manificent debut and never quite matched up to it again.
Run - Stephen Fretwell
AKA the Gavin & Stacey theme. Chap has a great, soulful voice. Mates with Elbow, so keeps good company.
Cricket Web's 2013/14 Premier League Tipping Champion
- As featured in The Independent.
"I don't believe a word of Pietersen's book, but then I don't believe a word anyone else has said either."
- Simon Barnes renders further comment on KP's autobiography superfluous in a sentence
I wonder if diehard Strokes fans get as annoyed by that label as some of the diehard oasis fans I know do
TBF most people prefer Oasis' second album
You don't need to tell me that.
The Temper Trap - Down River
This Years Love ~ David Gray
And I recall my fall from grace, another time another place..
Beady Eye - Wind Up Dream
Liam's 'woo', Gem's harmonica solo and Liam and the band's 'aaahahhh's at the end make this a song to die for. Listen to it. NOW!
Good Thing - Fine Young Cannibals
Hard band to pin down. Pop, soul, blues, ska all in the mix. Gift one of Britain's most underrated vocalists too.
Incubus - Drive
Hit and miss band, especially post-S.C.I.E.N.C.E but I love this tune
The Ocean - Richard Hawley
Lushly orchestrated gorgeousness from Sheffield's own Scott Walker.
The Smiths - How Soon Is Now
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