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Today's listening pleasures

Postby Sarc » 17th May 12, 00:08

Awww excellent, glad to see another Dramarama fan on these boards.
The video to work for food is how music videos should be I reckon.
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Re: Today's listening pleasures

Postby Zoloft » 17th May 12, 10:20

Don't recall ever seeing the Work For Food video, or any Dramarama video for that matter. . . youtube here I come!
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Re: Today's listening pleasures

Postby seventieslord » 17th May 12, 22:29

William D Drake of the Cardiacs... beautiful stuff.
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Re: Today's listening pleasures

Postby markE » 18th May 12, 10:21

hot water music -exister
matt skiba and the sekrets - Babylon ( great album , sounds just like Alkaline Trio to me)
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Re: Today's listening pleasures

Postby Mattie » 18th May 12, 12:30

markE wrote:matt skiba and the sekrets - Babylon ( great album , sounds just like Alkaline Trio to me)



I'm sure it will change but I'm currently finding it very monotonous, get bored of it after 4 or 5 tracks and finding very little to separate them from one another
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Re: Today's listening pleasures

Postby Mattie » 22nd May 12, 00:16

The Bluefields - Pure

It's the album from the latest project of Dan Baird and Warner E Hodges, with someone else called Joe Blanton. Vocals are shared between the three over the album so, although it sounds like you'd expect, it's still plenty varied.

A couple of the tracks sound like something Bon Jovi would come up with in their prime (These Days era, imo)

http://www.thebluefields.com/home.cfm
5 tracks there (including the youtube video)
Don't Let Me Fall is the BJ-like track!

I bought it because of how much I liked the Dan Baird & Homemade Sin album
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Re: Today's listening pleasures

Postby Jason S » 23rd May 12, 19:54

The Cult - "Weapon Of Choice"
Pretty good...
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Re: Today's listening pleasures

Postby Zoloft » 23rd May 12, 22:47

Joe Jackson "The Colour Collection" currently "Sunday Papers" have the new Cult disc downloading as I type this. . .
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Re: Today's listening pleasures

Postby macc lad » 7th Jul 12, 09:53

Pink Floyd wish you were here
The Wildhearts fishing for luckies re release
Dokken back for the attack
Metallica Ride the lightning
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Re: Today's listening pleasures

Postby Zoloft » 7th Jul 12, 16:26

The Ramones "Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio" on Anthology
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Today's listening pleasures

Postby Sarc » 7th Jul 12, 16:40

The entire Our Lady Peace catalogue after seeing them three times on the trot this week.
Monday I even spotted someone wearing a wildhearts shirt in the pub afterward that I said hello to, was that you?
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Re: Today's listening pleasures

Postby Jason S » 8th Jul 12, 19:44

The Almighty - "Addiction"
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Re: Today's listening pleasures

Postby Mattie » 19th Jul 12, 14:46

Absolutely loving everything I'm hearing by a band called The Henry Clay People:



Can't Watch This?



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Re: Today's listening pleasures

Postby Zoloft » 19th Jul 12, 16:22

Something you may or may not have heard of. . . "Westward Ho! (A New Reputation)" from Ginger Wildheart's 100% (Japanese edition). Heard of it?
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Re: Today's listening pleasures

Postby markE » 20th Jul 12, 10:31

Zoloft wrote:Something you may or may not have heard of. . . "Westward Ho! (A New Reputation)" from Ginger Wildheart's 100% (Japanese edition). Heard of it?

what is this strange thing of which you speak?

I've been really hammerring 555% since getting the physical copies and each time i play it i have a new favourite!

looking frward to getting the new Motion city soundtrack and Gaslight anthem cds when i get the chance.
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