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Thread: The "What song are you listening to?" thread II

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby View Post
    Sleep - Marion
    Brilliant song. Marion really crashed and burned though - I wonder if I can track down the news story on the interwebs where their lead singer was arrested for stealing gnomes from a garden centre to feed his heroin addiction?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wellAlbidarned View Post
    Super-stationnnnnnnn! You can get lots of thinngggss!

    The entire album has been laser-engraved into my skull, the old man used to play it loads when I was little. Was good friends with the frontman iirc.
    Ha. Good story! I saw them live a couple of years back when they reformed for a short tour. Pretty entertaining live - complete nutjobs, I reckon.

    Love that album though - even if not much of it makes sense.

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    Broken Hearts Are For Assholes - Danny Pearson

    Aside from having possibly the best name for a song ever, this is meltingly lovely. You really want to give Danny a hug.
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    Between Days - Red House Painters

    From their Old Ramon swansong. A lot rockier than the majority of their ouevre.


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    Elbow - Lippy Kids

    Combining Burgey's pet hates.

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    LCD soundsystem - North American Scum

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    Been listening to a lot of Spanish and Latin American music recently. So gooood.

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    Long Gone Day - Mad Season

    The grunge supergroup escaped my attention at the time, which, given their members, is rather remiss on my part. FTR Layne Stanley (Alice in Chains), Mike McCready (Pearl Jam), Barrett Martin (Screaming Trees) & John Baker Saunders (nope, me neither). Helped out by the deific Mark Lanegan on a couple of songs, including this one.

    It's reminiscent of all the various members' day jobs, but with a heavy, subtly jazzy vibe & what sounds like a double bass. Recommeded if you like any of said bands.

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    That one album they made with Staley is pretty good imo. Wake Up is probably my favourite song.

    There was a hell of a lot of collaboration in that period, though not surprising given how many of those bands were Seattle based.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BackFootPunch View Post
    That one album they made with Staley is pretty good imo. Wake Up is probably my favourite song.

    There was a hell of a lot of collaboration in that period, though not surprising given how many of those bands were Seattle based.
    Took delivery of said album yesterday, actually. It's impressive, IMHO; sounds like the sum of its parts for the most rather than a watered down facsimlie of the various groups involved.

    Anyway, moving onto to another new aquisition:

    Child - The Maccabies

    It's restrained, dreamy indie guitar pop. Doves the obvious reference point.

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    Yeah, liked their third album.

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    Jake Bugg - Taste It

    Could be a forum anthem.

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    Saw him live supporting Noel Gallagher last month. Wasn't overly impressed tbh.
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    Probably too big a stage for him atm. Saw him at Bestival in a little packed-out tent and he was blinding. Has some really good songs, I recommend giving his new album a try.

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    Bloc Party - Kreuzeberg

    Saw them live last night. Outstanding. But they didn't play this



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