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What are you listening to right now?

Discussion in 'Music' started by Osgood, Mar 25, 2014.

  1. Panja

    Panja In a land down under

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    The new album by elbow is getting a lot of airplay at the moment. Some great tracks shining through already, none more so than the opener, Things Ive Been Telling Myself For Years.

     
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    I've just recently been spinning this one a lot. That break down before the outro is something else


     
  3. Panja

    Panja In a land down under

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    Off the new album, Audio Vertigo, which is the best stuff they've done in a while.

     
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    I saw this on some BBC2 show on Saturday night, and I’ve barely thought of anything else since.



    What an incredible performance, what an incredible artist, lost tragically young. I really regret not putting Grace in my favourite albums list a few years back, as it is a complete masterpiece.
     
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    Garrincha Not British

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    idk what to comment about this song but its good
     
  6. Panja

    Panja In a land down under

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    A bit late to the party but I've just downloaded the new album by St Vincent, All Born Screaming. I've subsequently being playing catch up (that's not a song, I'm just catching up) on the band's back catalogue. I now know where Wolf Alice get their inspiration from, they're very good.

     
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  9. Panja

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    Grinderman. Nick Cave's first album under this moniker. The song Worm Tamer, is hilarious. The lyric, "Well my baby calls me the Loch Ness Monster, Two great big humps and then I’m gone" is brilliant..

     
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    Subliminal. The band play the whole of the In Rainbows album and not a bum track is to found..

     
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    Taffy C'mon you reds.

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    Fat Boy Slim

    Right Here Right Now.

    Classic.
     
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    Great tune, great video
     
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    BleedsIsDead They Love You When You're Dead

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    REM have been inducted into the Song Writers Hall Of Fame



    Highly recommend 1991 MTV Unplugged performance and 1998's Jools Holland performance.
    And REM's Road Movie documentary (1995)


    So many good albums:



    Out Of Time
    Automatic For The People
    Monster
    New Adventures in Hi-Fi


    Check this out (YOU ready) Turn the volume UP.

    Binky And The Doormat (Banger of a tune)
     
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  16. Panja

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    REM were already a great band before Out Of Time came out, Murmur is still their best in my opinion, followed closely by Fables Of The Reconstruction and Automatic.

    One of the best performances for me is when they sang Everybody Hurts at Glastonbury in 1999. Pure emotional magic..

     
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    You forgot to mention the other albums which are equally just as good like Lifes Rich Pageant (1986), Document (1987) and Green (1988)

    For me the best performance is 1991 MTV Unplugged (Played acoustically) - Glastonbury was ok. Songs from the Up album were featured in that 1998 Jools Holland performance (Lotus, Daysleeper and Country Feedback stand out)
     
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    I didn’t forget, those albums in my opinion are not as good as the ones mentioned in my post. And as for Up, absolute shite. They signed a very lucrative five album deal after the success of Automatic and Out Of Time and just took the piss.
     
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    Hilarious statement from you.

    8 songs from those 3 albums I mentioned were played at the MTV 1991 Unplugged performance.

    Up is better live hence whey they sang 3 songs from the album on the Jools Holland Show in 98.

    Next.
     
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    Ah, thank you..
     

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