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Eugene
Petroleum Spirit

USA
1640 Posts

Posted - 10/05/2005 :  08:25:21 AM  Show Profile  Visit Eugene's Homepage  Click to see Eugene's MSN Messenger address  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by drmcd

Speaking of Dylan again:

Hate to OCD on the Secret Machines "The Road Leads Where It's Led" EP - but they cover Dylan's "Girl From The North Country". It's 9 minutes. Possibly the most beautiful thing I've heard in years.



Dylan's "Girl from the North Country" I think has been covered by more people than any of his other songs and possibly covered more than any other song..period. It's getting ridiculous. And..it isn't that great a song, but it's easy to play. I even did my own version once, that is really so awful, I have not let too many people hear it.
Now here's an interesting fact. Bob Dylan is well known to sue people for using any of his lyrics, without paying lots of money. I always thought that as long as you payed the copyright royalties (which are actually nickle and dime type expenses), then you were free to cover whatever. He sued Hootie and the Blowfish for just using the phrase "tangled up in blue" on some song they did years ago...and Hootie had to cough up plenty. The song had already been released and was getting airplay. Bob smelled cash..and...he got it. Did Simon and Garfunkel pay Dylan for Scarborough Fair? They should. The lyrics run something like this.."remember me to one who lives there. She once was a true love of mine". Sound familiar? Yep, it's Girl from the North Country! Sheeit, how 'bout that now.

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Eugene
Petroleum Spirit

USA
1640 Posts

Posted - 10/05/2005 :  08:28:36 AM  Show Profile  Visit Eugene's Homepage  Click to see Eugene's MSN Messenger address  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by hayseed

I know of Local H. As a matter of fact, there's a picture in their first album of a the band with a water tower in the background. Thats in the city of Zion, Il which is about five or six clicks from where I live.



Zion...that's the town where that guy stabbed his own daughter and her friend. Whatever happened to him? He needs the Death Penalty. I'd recommend hanging...public hanging of course. Need to bring those back. This lethal injection bullshit is for pussies.

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jamesg
Moderator

USA
1261 Posts

Posted - 10/05/2005 :  09:06:29 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Genome: I *almost* put the secret machines' version of "girl from the north" on my wab installment but decided for something else at the last moment. I do have to say for a cover tune its quite nice... if ya haven't heard any secret machines stuff its not going to be like a standard cover tune just because of their style of music anyway. Maybe I'll drop it in iTunes one day here at work and email you a copy.
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rocket
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USA
3545 Posts

Posted - 10/05/2005 :  12:02:27 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote

thanks em - what a great surprise to see!

Today...
The Life and Times - "Mea Culpa"
off - Suburban Hymns

s_w__e___r____v_____e______d_______r________i_________v___________e_____________r

www.myspace.com/blueshiftkc

http://blueshift-kc.bandcamp.com/

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Zedhead
Assistant Driver

USA
112 Posts

Posted - 10/05/2005 :  12:34:54 PM  Show Profile  Send Zedhead an AOL message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by rocket


thanks em - what a great surprise to see!

Today...
The Life and Times - "Mea Culpa"
off - Suburban Hymns



Man... What a phenomenal tune.

"That boy sure does like his whammy bar..."
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Eugene
Petroleum Spirit

USA
1640 Posts

Posted - 10/05/2005 :  1:29:10 PM  Show Profile  Visit Eugene's Homepage  Click to see Eugene's MSN Messenger address  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by jamesg

Genome: I *almost* put the secret machines' version of "girl from the north" on my wab installment but decided for something else at the last moment. I do have to say for a cover tune its quite nice... if ya haven't heard any secret machines stuff its not going to be like a standard cover tune just because of their style of music anyway. Maybe I'll drop it in iTunes one day here at work and email you a copy.



Jimmy Gee...go ahead and Email. That would be tres cool. I might be able to accumulate enough versions of that song to fill an entire CD! Sounds like an interesting arrangement that Secret Machines have done. Lookin' forward to it.

P.S. Just zipped over to their website. I like what I hear, might even buy the CD, but...there's that Zep influence again, especially the guy's vocals, soooo Robert Plant inflected. OUCH. Great sounding guitarzzzz..

www.eugenebenjamin.com

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interloper
Son of Swervedriver

USA
3331 Posts

Posted - 10/06/2005 :  06:10:00 AM  Show Profile  Send interloper a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
Never lose that feeling

I got one word for ya.

GUITARS!


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rocket
Moderator

USA
3545 Posts

Posted - 10/06/2005 :  09:04:36 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Today...
I'm stilll freakin on "Methodrone" by BJM.
I can't believe that I never had it until recently!
especially track 3 - a handfull of the tracks are on the anthology I have - but, many other tracks are "new" for me
thanks repolretni!

s_w__e___r____v_____e______d_______r________i_________v___________e_____________r

www.myspace.com/blueshiftkc

http://blueshift-kc.bandcamp.com/

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interloper
Son of Swervedriver

USA
3331 Posts

Posted - 10/06/2005 :  09:20:30 AM  Show Profile  Send interloper a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
Yeah, that's a great LP. Too bad they didn't stay on the same road.


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hayseed
Driving Instructor

USA
765 Posts

Posted - 10/06/2005 :  12:49:45 PM  Show Profile  Visit hayseed's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I WANNA ROCK!!!! - Twisted Sister

Its kind of our theme song at work. Music should be fun......sometimes.

If life is but a dream, wake me.

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boomer0127
Petroleum Spirit

USA
1443 Posts

Posted - 10/06/2005 :  2:24:23 PM  Show Profile  Visit boomer0127's Homepage  Send boomer0127 an AOL message  Send boomer0127 a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
I'm listening to a Starflyer 59 playlist I put together the other day.

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interloper
Son of Swervedriver

USA
3331 Posts

Posted - 10/06/2005 :  3:32:09 PM  Show Profile  Send interloper a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by hayseed

I WANNA ROCK!!!! - Twisted Sister

Its kind of our theme song at work. Music should be fun......sometimes.



Man, I wanna rock too.


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interloper
Son of Swervedriver

USA
3331 Posts

Posted - 10/06/2005 :  6:17:20 PM  Show Profile  Send interloper a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
Im feelin this Kasabian tune. Thanks Hayseed.


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crozarey
Son of Swervedriver

Australia
2583 Posts

Posted - 10/06/2005 :  6:30:30 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by rocket

Today...
I'm stilll freakin on "Methodrone" by BJM.
I can't believe that I never had it until recently!
especially track 3 - a handfull of the tracks are on the anthology I have - but, many other tracks are "new" for me
thanks repolretni!



Hahaha, Backwards Interloper....

At school we had a lot of these going. My favourites;

Hazelwood Park = Krap Doowlezah or Crap Do A Lezzar as we pronounced.
Tony Cockington (friend)= Ynot Notgnikcoc or Y Not Not Na Cock
Barbara Colbert (Old Teacher) = Arabrab Trebloc

Funny days

"If all else fails, X equals 8" Alex P Keaton
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Strudelhead
Assistant Driver

USA
456 Posts

Posted - 10/06/2005 :  7:31:49 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hey Rocket....
If your diggin the BJM at the moment, I've got an excellent recording from this past tour. Let me know if your interested......

"It is a good thing for an uneducated man to read books of quotations." W. Churchill

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MezcalTed
Assistant Driver

Canada
164 Posts

Posted - 10/08/2005 :  09:09:04 AM  Show Profile  Click to see MezcalTed's MSN Messenger address  Reply with Quote
Today...
'Superconnected' off the new self-titled Broken Social Scene album.
...and just in time for the Canadian Thanksgiving, I'll throw in 'Handjobs For the Holidays' off the same disc.

Those darker forces just ain't real
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interloper
Son of Swervedriver

USA
3331 Posts

Posted - 10/11/2005 :  05:53:24 AM  Show Profile  Send interloper a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
Killing Joke - Another Bloody Election


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drmcd
Assistant Driver

USA
365 Posts

Posted - 10/12/2005 :  10:17:37 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
"The sign that leads the way
The path we cannot take
You've caught me at a bad time
So why don't you piss off"
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crozarey
Son of Swervedriver

Australia
2583 Posts

Posted - 10/13/2005 :  12:27:55 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Swd - Juggernaught rides

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interloper
Son of Swervedriver

USA
3331 Posts

Posted - 10/13/2005 :  05:29:33 AM  Show Profile  Send interloper a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
Johnny Cash - Rusty Cage

Funny, I never realized just how fucking great the lyrics were until I heard Cash cover it.


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james
Assistant Driver

194 Posts

Posted - 10/14/2005 :  09:24:15 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
i am really into the silversun pickups today.

kissing families is my favorite
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boomer0127
Petroleum Spirit

USA
1443 Posts

Posted - 10/15/2005 :  04:30:58 AM  Show Profile  Visit boomer0127's Homepage  Send boomer0127 an AOL message  Send boomer0127 a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
Ides of Space - the whole "There are No New Clouds" album.

Wow!

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interloper
Son of Swervedriver

USA
3331 Posts

Posted - 10/15/2005 :  08:02:34 AM  Show Profile  Send interloper a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
Rolling Stones - Midnight Rambler (the live version only)

Probably my favorite rock and roll song ever recorded.


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boomer0127
Petroleum Spirit

USA
1443 Posts

Posted - 10/15/2005 :  08:58:59 AM  Show Profile  Visit boomer0127's Homepage  Send boomer0127 an AOL message  Send boomer0127 a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
Today I'm listening to the "Easy Come Easy Go" StarFlyer 59 retrospective. Really love those live tracks. Great Band.

Earlier on another forum, we were comparing bands to bands in the 80's. I think this band is the Cars equivalent.

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hayseed
Driving Instructor

USA
765 Posts

Posted - 10/15/2005 :  09:41:47 AM  Show Profile  Visit hayseed's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Back from Mexico. Why have I never been there before??????? Im such a fool.

Anyway, Im in somewhat of a good mood today jamming to a band that I would love to have a play a party at my house.

Comfort Eagle - Cake

"we are building a religion" **clap**

If life is but a dream, wake me.

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crozarey
Son of Swervedriver

Australia
2583 Posts

Posted - 10/15/2005 :  11:33:23 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hayseed,

Im in love with the Charlatans track off your Winter Burnies comp. What lp is it off, im hunting it down next.

Today,

Star Ten Hash - Pornography

"If all else fails, X equals 8" Alex P Keaton
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crozarey
Son of Swervedriver

Australia
2583 Posts

Posted - 10/15/2005 :  11:37:19 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
The same glitch that caused Hayseeds double post occurred to me just then.... Moderators!

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hayseed
Driving Instructor

USA
765 Posts

Posted - 10/16/2005 :  07:21:35 AM  Show Profile  Visit hayseed's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Croz,

Im having to think......Im pretty sure youre talking about either The Only One I Know or I Just Cant Get Over Losing You. The former is off of the Charlatans first LP, Some Friendly and the later is off of their 2001 release, Wonderland.


My favorite today, The Incomparable Mr Flannery - Clutch

You have to love a band that starts out a song with "First we'll get some surgery, lose the kids and change our identities." They then go one to talk about Reo Speedwagon, Boston, Kansas and oh yeah, "Rockin with Dokken". Love it!

If life is but a dream, wake me.

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Zedhead
Assistant Driver

USA
112 Posts

Posted - 10/23/2005 :  10:18:35 PM  Show Profile  Send Zedhead an AOL message  Reply with Quote
Sad and Lonely - Secret Machines. I reaaally dig this track. Real later Zeppelin-ish.

"That boy sure does like his whammy bar..."
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crozarey
Son of Swervedriver

Australia
2583 Posts

Posted - 10/24/2005 :  01:00:40 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hayseed,
Some Friendly is a cracker, I forgot about The Charlatans. Years ago I bought an LP of this and got a free t-shirt with it. The LP got warped in the sunny window and the tee was never big enough and i gave it to my skinny irish mate. Its got some great sounds and holds up to the 14 or so years till now really well. Thanks for reminding me of them. I cant wait to get a hold of Wonderland. Do you know why they have the UK added to their name in many places? Is there an american version or some other nationality? Are THEY any good?

I dont reakon Ive heard anyone mention the Inspiral Carpets on this thread... anyone got their lp, Beast Inside? This was in high rotation at the time of Some Friendly, as well for me and my mates. I have a great memory of my friends and I listening to this and having a bong and spinning ourselves around while watching the floor or carpet. Ennis spun out and then passed out and collapsed, crashing onto a door which slammed into the wall and punched a doorknob sized hole through it. I still smile about that when i hear them or visit the doorway now. Go the Carpets!

Can check it out here, http://www.inspiralcarpets.com/music.htm nice website with some good downloads too.

Today
Inspiral Carpets - Grip
and
Charlatans - Then

"If all else fails, X equals 8" Alex P Keaton
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MezcalTed
Assistant Driver

Canada
164 Posts

Posted - 10/24/2005 :  04:34:38 AM  Show Profile  Click to see MezcalTed's MSN Messenger address  Reply with Quote
'Nearly Lost You' - Screaming Trees
Love the guitar work on this!

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interloper
Son of Swervedriver

USA
3331 Posts

Posted - 10/24/2005 :  05:49:07 AM  Show Profile  Send interloper a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
Can - Butterfly

Hey Em, is it me or is it entirely possible that Can might be the best band ever?



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chris
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United Kingdom
1050 Posts

Posted - 10/24/2005 :  07:00:33 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hey Croz,

A couple of years ago the Inspirals reformed and toured the UK for a while. I entered some competition on their website for some free stuff. Anyway, I was at Uni at the time and put my home address down. When to tour came round went to see them in Birmingham. Then my parents got a call at home saying Iíd won the competition and seeing as I lived near London would I be coming to their gig there. If so I could meet the band. I explained that I was a skint student and that the only way I was going to make my way down to London was if they put me on the guest list, which they did. So then after travelling down to London I managed to blag a group of my mates into the gig and we all got backstage passes and more importantly there was a FREE BAR! Anyway it was a good laugh and met the band who were nice people even though they accused me of being a blagger and a chancer (which is true to be fair). Ended up seeing them 3 times on that tour and they were quality live, the third time was at a festival in Manchester with the Charlatans headlining (have seen the Charlatans a fair few times as well). My favourite LP of theirs is Between 10th and 11th, which most people donít like, but I think is their best and thatís not just because I like being contrary.

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Brooks
Assistant Driver

USA
452 Posts

Posted - 10/24/2005 :  07:27:32 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by chris

My favourite LP of theirs is Between 10th and 11th, which most people donít like, but I think is their best and thatís not just because I like being contrary.


Between 10th and 11th is probably my favorite too! I never really understood why people don't dig that one. There are so many cool layers and sounds on that one, it just stands out from their other work. I think the only album I'm not crazy about is their last one, Up At The Lake. It has a few good tunes on it, but a few duds as well.

Croz, there was a band from the US in the 60's called The Charlatans ( I don't think they were any good). Apparently they still own the rights to the name in the US, so thats why they have to call themselves Charlatans UK over here. Silly!
Wonderland is a great album. I wasn't to hot for it at first, it was definitely a grower for me...... now I love it!

At the moment...... "That's Entertainment," -The Jam
I heard some of Paul Weller's new album this weekend.....sounds pretty good. May have to pick it up at lunch today, might pick up a CAN album too. Which one did you recommend Interloper?

Consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds.
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Brooks
Assistant Driver

USA
452 Posts

Posted - 10/24/2005 :  07:30:44 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Uh..somethings not right! I kept getting error messages when I tried to post that, so I didn't think it was working.......looks like it did. Sorry 'bout that!

Consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds.
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interloper
Son of Swervedriver

USA
3331 Posts

Posted - 10/24/2005 :  08:35:41 AM  Show Profile  Send interloper a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Brooks

quote:
Originally posted by chris

My favourite LP of theirs is Between 10th and 11th, which most people donít like, but I think is their best and thatís not just because I like being contrary.


Between 10th and 11th is probably my favorite too! I never really understood why people don't dig that one. There are so many cool layers and sounds on that one, it just stands out from their other work. I think the only album I'm not crazy about is their last one, Up At The Lake. It has a few good tunes on it, but a few duds as well.

Croz, there was a band from the US in the 60's called The Charlatans ( I don't think they were any good). Apparently they still own the rights to the name in the US, so thats why they have to call themselves Charlatans UK over here. Silly!
Wonderland is a great album. I wasn't to hot for it at first, it was definitely a grower for me...... now I love it!

At the moment...... "That's Entertainment," -The Jam
I heard some of Paul Weller's new album this weekend.....sounds pretty good. May have to pick it up at lunch today, might pick up a CAN album too. Which one did you recommend Interloper?



Well, I've grabbed pretty much the first five or six lp's within a couple of days. All of the their records seem to be drastically different to me. Personally, my favorite so far is Future Days. Tago Mago and Delay are also especially good. What's so astounding about it to me is the fact that it's almost hard to believe that they could have possibly been that far ahead of all the other music of the time period. It's miles beyond anything in the period, but at the same time, it's far from being unlistenable. It's definately prog rock, but it isn't overly "noodly" like a lot of prog stuff from around the same period. Bands like Sonic Youth, Stereolab, Radiohead, and countless others owe an enourmous debt to Can. Long story short, my personal recomendation would be to go straight to Future Days. It's 32 years old but sounds like it came out last week. Seriously.

I'm now checkin out some more Krautrock stuff now like Amon Duul which has kind of a more gothic sound, but is nontheless amazing.


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em
Assistant Driver

USA
159 Posts

Posted - 10/24/2005 :  2:33:57 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by interloper

Can - Butterfly

Hey Em, is it me or is it entirely possible that Can might be the best band ever?


amen, my man.
they're top!

I'm really, REALLY glad to have turned somebody else on to Can.


"you, too, can exist in your very own parallel time" -the watchmaker
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hayseed
Driving Instructor

USA
765 Posts

Posted - 10/24/2005 :  3:14:42 PM  Show Profile  Visit hayseed's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Well even though I hate ultra-lib Bush bashers, today's favorite is:

Jet Pilot - Son Volt

"Junior liked to let his hair down, only problem is word gets around."

If life is but a dream, wake me.

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interloper
Son of Swervedriver

USA
3331 Posts

Posted - 10/24/2005 :  3:31:22 PM  Show Profile  Send interloper a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by em

quote:
Originally posted by interloper

Can - Butterfly

Hey Em, is it me or is it entirely possible that Can might be the best band ever?


amen, my man.
they're top!

I'm really, REALLY glad to have turned somebody else on to Can.





Yeah man, I'd heard the name for ages and never really made the effort to dig in but I'm glad I did. It's seriously some of the riskiest stuff I've ever heard without being too far out to be enjoyable. Hearing Wire's Chairs Missing for the first time had the same effect on me.


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crozarey
Son of Swervedriver

Australia
2583 Posts

Posted - 10/24/2005 :  11:45:45 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by chris

Hey Croz,

A couple of years ago the Inspirals reformed and toured the UK for a while. I entered some competition on their website for some free stuff. Anyway, I was at Uni at the time and put my home address down. When to tour came round went to see them in Birmingham. Then my parents got a call at home saying Iíd won the competition and seeing as I lived near London would I be coming to their gig there. If so I could meet the band. I explained that I was a skint student and that the only way I was going to make my way down to London was if they put me on the guest list, which they did. So then after travelling down to London I managed to blag a group of my mates into the gig and we all got backstage passes and more importantly there was a FREE BAR! Anyway it was a good laugh and met the band who were nice people even though they accused me of being a blagger and a chancer (which is true to be fair). Ended up seeing them 3 times on that tour and they were quality live, the third time was at a festival in Manchester with the Charlatans headlining (have seen the Charlatans a fair few times as well). My favourite LP of theirs is Between 10th and 11th, which most people donít like, but I think is their best and thatís not just because I like being contrary.




Good onya Chris and Brooks.

Yeah i didnt realise they had put out so much stuff. Beast inside is the only one that made it to me. Ill have a poke around for some more.

Really am loving the Charlatans UK a horde. I havent found any naff gear yet at all. Havent got a hold of Between 10th and 11th yet or their new one but am hunting.

One other lp i cant find is the Stone Roses Remixes. Anyone got it and up for a swap? I never liked many remixes but have thrashed my tape of this one.

Cool story Chris. I love it when ppl add their personalised bits in this thread.

"If all else fails, X equals 8" Alex P Keaton
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chris
Moderator

United Kingdom
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Posted - 10/25/2005 :  2:41:05 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I really liked the new Charlatans as well, In my opinion Us and Us Only and Wonderland were probably their worst and Up at the Lake was a return to form. A lot of their fans really didn't like it though. Glad you liked my story Croz, it was a fun night!

My favourite song today is - (The Angels Wanna Wear My) Red Shoes - By Elvis Costello from My Aim Is True

Stone Roses: http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B0000AVTYW/qid=1130277259/sr=1-10/ref=sr_1_11_10/202-3100880-2149435

http://www.last.fm/user/pinky_blue

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Brooks
Assistant Driver

USA
452 Posts

Posted - 10/26/2005 :  07:20:55 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Ha! Too funny Chris! I'm listening to Us and Us Only right now at work! My favorite song this morning is "Forever." Love the middle part of this song. I really was disapointed with this album when it first came out, but recently have been addicted to it. I now think it's a great album!

Nice choice on the Elvis Costello. His first few albums are great.

I'm also digging the new Supergrass album today...Road To Rouen, especailly the first track, "Tales of Endurance (Parts 4, 5, &6)." Pretty mellow album, might not be thier best, but still is growing on me.

Consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds.
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Jeronimo
Son of Swervedriver

USA
2067 Posts

Posted - 10/26/2005 :  3:43:45 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Marjorie Fair- "Empty Room"

SWD-"Duel"

We ride the warp of space into the womb of night.
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drmcd
Assistant Driver

USA
365 Posts

Posted - 10/27/2005 :  11:32:46 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
"Na Na Hey Hey (Kiss Him Goodbye)" - Steam

Not a big baseball nut, but it's so good to see a Chicago team nail the World Series. Sweep Home Chicago!

"Na Na..." was the White Sox's theme throughout the 70s. And I understand the song has made its way into soccer stadiums abroad. A total one hit wonder, but it has a really great jangly groove.
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MezcalTed
Assistant Driver

Canada
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Posted - 10/27/2005 :  2:01:08 PM  Show Profile  Click to see MezcalTed's MSN Messenger address  Reply with Quote
Used in hockey too mate ...remember this being chanted over the final 2 minutes at the Montreal Forum when the Habs polished off Wayne Gretzky & the Kings to win the cup in 93.

Not a White Sox fan either, but happy to see them take it.
I pretty much like anyone other then the Yankees winning though :)

Those darker forces just ain't real
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interloper
Son of Swervedriver

USA
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Posted - 10/27/2005 :  2:33:46 PM  Show Profile  Send interloper a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
Corey Hart - Sunglasses at night


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em
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USA
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Posted - 10/27/2005 :  4:17:15 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by interloper

Corey Hart - Sunglasses at night



she's deceiving me,
she gots my secOrity,
she gots control of me,
I turned to her and said...

"you, too, can exist in your very own parallel time" -the watchmaker
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Jeronimo
Son of Swervedriver

USA
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Posted - 10/27/2005 :  4:27:51 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Lionel Ritchie- "Dancing on the Ceiling"

Actually,- "Shoreline" from the new Broken Social Scene

We ride the warp of space into the womb of night.
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drmcd
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USA
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Posted - 10/28/2005 :  07:40:10 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
"Don't Pay The Ferryman" - Chris Deburgh
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interloper
Son of Swervedriver

USA
3331 Posts

Posted - 10/28/2005 :  07:56:58 AM  Show Profile  Send interloper a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
M - Pop Music

or

John Scofield - Uber Jam


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