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

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    When You Were Mine - The Church

    Teardrop Explodes-ish expansive, insistent gothy effort from their splendidly named The Blurred Crusade album.
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    Bodysnatchers - Radiohead

    Quality "here's a riff, let's jam it" type tune.
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    November Spawned a Monster - Morrissey

    Recently bought the 20th anniversary re-release of Bona Drag, the great man's early odds and sods singles and b-sides collection, mainly for the six additional songs as the teenaged me had purchased the original on the day it was released.

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    Sat in The Cavern Club...listening to killer queen.. Which is irony to the max for me ..:-/ ha ha..
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    Now listening to 8 days a week written by some famous guy from Liverpool whose name evades me...

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    Was Jamie Carragher IIRC

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    I'm loving 'Little Talks - Of Monsters and Men' at the moment.

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    At a Later Date - Warsaw

    AKA "The band who became Joy Division".

    Interesting listen, tbh. A few hints of the majesty to come; Hooky's bass is pleasingly high in the mix and Curtis's baritone growl is nearly perfectly formed, but it's pretty primative punk and the drums (played by a chap called Steve Brotherdale as this was recorded before Steve Morris joined) are buried way deep in the mix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NUFAN View Post
    I'm loving 'Little Talks - Of Monsters and Men' at the moment.
    Yeah stumbled accross that the other week in an attempt to stop myself turning into my dad and start listening to modern music. Was quite impressed
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