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

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    Oh I'm a big fan. Were probably my 3rd faves as a kid, after Oasis and blur.
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    listening to the soundtrack of one of my favorite movie series

    Don Omar - Danza Kuduro - Fast And Furious (HD) - YouTube

    they do such cool stuff with the cars....just love this song on the high speed car races
    And smalishah's avatar is the most classy one by far Jan certainly echoes the sentiments of CW

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    Beautiful - Cold Water Flat

    Rather ripping piece of balls-out, heart-on-sleeve, post grunge from band fronted by Paul "Brother of Bill" Janovitz.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby View Post


    The Sky is Fallin' - QOTSA

    Quality riffage for a Sunday lunchtime.
    Love the band to death but that tune stinks imo. Repetitive riff is repetitive.
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    The Magic Numbers - Mornings Eleven

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    Seahorses - Love is the Law

    Seahorses - Love is the Law (High Quality) '97 - YouTube

    Might have posted this before, but WTF - quality riffage from Squire and Helme's vocal style appeals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby View Post
    I'm a fan, tbh. Always prefer my albums to be slightly underrated by critical consensus and it never got the props it was due.

    Cast undervalued generally anyway, IMHO. Written off as Scouse chancers for no other reason than they were from Liverpool, John Power was a ranga & they had a lot of the same influences e.
    His singing voice made him sound like a cast off (pardon the pun) from an episode of Bread. We know you're a scouse, but please don't sound like one. The only decent song they did was Live The Dream.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chasingthedon View Post
    Seahorses - Love is the Law

    Seahorses - Love is the Law (High Quality) '97 - YouTube

    Might have posted this before, but WTF - quality riffage from Squire and Helme's vocal style appeals.
    Saw him supporting the reformed Shed Seven at the Cambridge Junction last year (I think he's a York boy like the Sheddoes). Did an acoustic version of Love is The Law; rather corking it was too.

    Quote Originally Posted by HeathDavisSpeed View Post
    His singing voice made him sound like a cast off (pardon the pun) from an episode of Bread. We know you're a scouse, but please don't sound like one. The only decent song they did was Live The Dream.
    Haterz gonna hate.

    Nah, must admit I've never thought Power overdid the regional accent dealy. Certainly not a Cerys Matthews/Billy Bragg/Dave Gedge type affair, anyway.

    Meanwhile:

    Every Hour God Sends - Jack Frost

    Intersting early 90s collaboration between two heavy hitters of Australian music, the late, great Grant McLennan of The Go-Betweens and Steve Kilbey of The Church.

    Sounds reminiscent of the early, angular, new-wavey Go-Betweens of Send Me a Lullaby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeathDavisSpeed View Post
    His singing voice made him sound like a cast off (pardon the pun) from an episode of Bread. We know you're a scouse, but please don't sound like one. The only decent song they did was Live The Dream.

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    You got to Flyyyyyy-ayyyyyy

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    The Jim Jones Revue - It's Gotta Be About Me

    The new album sounds like another stellar effort. **** I love this band.

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    ^are currently on the "to catch live at some point" list

    The Mars Volta - Son Et Lumiere
    Ace album intro. If I see this live I will die a happy man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wellAlbidarned View Post
    ^are currently on the "to catch live at some point" list
    Yeah, they're superb live. Stole the show in an early-afternoon slot at the BDO a couple of years back. Can't wait to see 'em again.

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    David Bazan- Strange Negotiations
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    recently discovered this gem
    Originally Spoken by Brendon McCullum
    You have got to earn the right to be aggressive.

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    Pariah - Detroit Falls

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