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Re: Today's listening pleasures

Postby Speedy1974 » 9th Feb 12, 15:00

Van Halen - A Different Kind Of Truth

'Stay Frosty' has got into my head and has refused to leave
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Re: Today's listening pleasures

Postby shockingcandy » 22nd Feb 12, 21:19

Helalyn Flowers - Stitches Of Eden
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Re: Today's listening pleasures

Postby markE » 23rd Feb 12, 11:15

saves the day - through being cool
snow patrol - fallen empires
menzingers - latest lp
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Re: Today's listening pleasures

Postby shockingcandy » 28th Feb 12, 20:19

I:Scintilla - Dying & Falling. Another band I discovered through the magic of Spotify / Last.fm.
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Re: Today's listening pleasures

Postby markE » 29th Feb 12, 13:55

the pretty machine - maximumly unnecessary ( Ash from Ashtv's band - as recommeneded by G.)

saves the day - ups and downs
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Re: Today's listening pleasures

Postby markE » 15th Mar 12, 17:56

Motion City Soundtrack - My Dinosaur Life
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Re: Today's listening pleasures

Postby macc lad » 31st Mar 12, 11:46

Nothing else i could listen to today really.
Ginger 555% the second cd
Ask lots of questions dont eat the bullshit
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Re: Today's listening pleasures

Postby Egg4Goff » 1st May 12, 12:24

Tracer - L.A.?
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Re: Today's listening pleasures

Postby lost johnny » 1st May 12, 16:53

Egg4Goff wrote:Tracer - L.A.?


Do you mean the Aussie band? If so, seen 'em twice and highly recommend 'em live - back in Sep for a tour. Gimme a rough lyric and I may be able to ID tune but LP well worth a listen anyway.
"I'm living in a nightmare she's looking like a wet dream
I got myself a Cadillac but I can't afford the gasoline."
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Re: Today's listening pleasures

Postby Egg4Goff » 1st May 12, 19:22

L.A.? (it's their question mark, not mine) is a CD they were selling at the York and Sheff gigs. It's some older stuff and pretty good. They didn't get delivered until York so hadn't been able to sell before then. Great gig.
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Re: Today's listening pleasures

Postby Radish » 13th May 12, 18:37

The Wildhearts. Going through a shit time, job troubles, money worries, separating from my wife and children (not my choice) and the album came as close as anything to cheering me up. Especially songs like Bi-polar Baby and Destroy All Monsters. But seriously, only ever been as low as this once before and would like to thank Ginger and co. personally for even giving me a glimmer of hope of ever being happy again.
Didn't think I'd be able to enjoy anything again, but just couldn't stop singing along to the Hard Way as loud as possible, and then some. Now my favourite Wildies track I think.
Sorry for taking over the thread with my woes, you can all get back to what you were doing now.
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Re: Today's listening pleasures

Postby blackdeathcrew » 14th May 12, 08:49

Radish wrote:The Wildhearts. Going through a shit time, job troubles, money worries, separating from my wife and children (not my choice) and the album came as close as anything to cheering me up. Especially songs like Bi-polar Baby and Destroy All Monsters. But seriously, only ever been as low as this once before and would like to thank Ginger and co. personally for even giving me a glimmer of hope of ever being happy again.
Didn't think I'd be able to enjoy anything again, but just couldn't stop singing along to the Hard Way as loud as possible, and then some. Now my favourite Wildies track I think.
Sorry for taking over the thread with my woes, you can all get back to what you were doing now.


Sorry to hear things not good for you, and hope things work out good :hugbetter:
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Re: Today's listening pleasures

Postby Mattie » 14th May 12, 23:48

A quick spin of Andrew WK's The Wolf album (I didn't really like I Get Wet so much) a couple of times a month usually sorts me out



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Re: Today's listening pleasures

Postby Jason S » 16th May 12, 19:46

Orange Goblin - "A Eulogy For The Damned" LP
Phenomenal.
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Re: Today's listening pleasures

Postby Zoloft » 16th May 12, 21:29

Best of Dramarama, currently the "hidden" bonus track, acoustic version of "Work For Food"
"Be careful what you pretend to be, because in the end, you are what you pretend to be." Kurt Vonnegut paraphrased from his novel "Mother Night."
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