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Post by random_128 » Mon Oct 27, 2008 3:17 pm

got "the worries" by mimas on at the moment - it's pretty good
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Post by tosh » Sat Nov 01, 2008 11:12 pm

At The Drive In - Picket Fence Cartel
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Post by ravi » Sat Nov 01, 2008 11:19 pm

short term effect - consett, usa


i love this album so much.

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Post by teamescape » Sat Nov 01, 2008 11:44 pm

tosh wrote:At The Drive In - Picket Fence Cartel
Great choice.

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Post by Barry » Sun Nov 02, 2008 9:39 pm

Minus The Bear - Menos El Oso

Haven't listened to this in a while - really is a top album!

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Post by Kenny » Mon Nov 03, 2008 8:02 am

Barry wrote:Minus The Bear - Menos El Oso

Haven't listened to this in a while - really is a top album!
I put this on at home the other day. Absolutely brilliant album.
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Post by chris_159 » Mon Nov 03, 2008 10:53 am

Dear and the Headlights - Drunk like Bible Times

A bit like The Dawn Chorus, for anyone who caught them @ Lexa

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Post by tosh » Mon Nov 03, 2008 10:55 am

Kenny wrote:
Barry wrote:Minus The Bear - Menos El Oso

Haven't listened to this in a while - really is a top album!
I put this on at home the other day. Absolutely brilliant album.
I still don't get Minus The Bear

currently listening to Sigur Ros - Inní Mér Syngur Vitleysingur


far too excited to see them on Thursday, actually quite getting in to the new album. Doesn't come close to anything else they've done, but it's still nice to listen to and sounds like it will be really good live.
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Post by DanIrelle » Mon Nov 03, 2008 11:00 am

tosh wrote:far too excited to see them on Thursday, actually quite getting in to the new album. Doesn't come close to anything else they've done, but it's still nice to listen to and sounds like it will be really good live.
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Post by tosh » Mon Nov 03, 2008 11:44 am

DanIrelle wrote:
tosh wrote:far too excited to see them on Thursday, actually quite getting in to the new album. Doesn't come close to anything else they've done, but it's still nice to listen to and sounds like it will be really good live.
jealous jealous jealous
Ahh are you not going? They not playing near you, or did it sell out? Glasgow sold out within afew days apparantly, I was really lucky to get tickets.

p.s. Did you catch the Last Shadow Puppets on tour?
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Post by DanIrelle » Mon Nov 03, 2008 11:54 am

tosh wrote:
DanIrelle wrote:
tosh wrote:far too excited to see them on Thursday, actually quite getting in to the new album. Doesn't come close to anything else they've done, but it's still nice to listen to and sounds like it will be really good live.
jealous jealous jealous
Ahh are you not going? They not playing near you, or did it sell out? Glasgow sold out within afew days apparantly, I was really lucky to get tickets.

p.s. Did you catch the Last Shadow Puppets on tour?
both, not playing near me and everywhere else sold out, bad times. But have fun and think of me :)

I couldn't get to Last Shadow Puppets either
tickets for Sheffield sold out in like five minutes (which isn't surprising seen as it's Alex's hometown) then I was going to go to Wolverhampton until they sold out.
My mate got to go though and said they were amazing. Apparently Alex's dad came on stage haha!
I watched them on TV when they did electric proms and they were actually immense.
did you go?
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Post by random_128 » Mon Nov 03, 2008 1:02 pm

i'll also be at sigur ros on thursday... listening to untitled 4 just now.

i've heard they won't be playing with amiina this time round, so i think it's maybe gonna be a more "stripped down" performance. i saw them at connect earlier this year and the stage was absolutely packed with people and instruments, so this should be interesting.

off to see dylan moran tomorrow night, looking forward to that too.
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Post by tosh » Mon Nov 03, 2008 1:15 pm

DanIrelle wrote:
I couldn't get to Last Shadow Puppets either
tickets for Sheffield sold out in like five minutes (which isn't surprising seen as it's Alex's hometown) then I was going to go to Wolverhampton until they sold out.
My mate got to go though and said they were amazing. Apparently Alex's dad came on stage haha!
I watched them on TV when they did electric proms and they were actually immense.
did you go?
I saw them on electric proms and wasn't too impressed.. I never made it to the gig, but after seeing the television performance I'm not too bothered. I love that album, but it doesn't sound like they did a very good job of it live. Oh well, think I'm gonna go and see the Rascals as I'm sure they're touring in December.
random_128 wrote:i'll also be at sigur ros on thursday... listening to untitled 4 just now.

i've heard they won't be playing with amiina this time round, so i think it's maybe gonna be a more "stripped down" performance. i saw them at connect earlier this year and the stage was absolutely packed with people and instruments, so this should be interesting.

off to see dylan moran tomorrow night, looking forward to that too.
Yeah, I take it 'amiina' is the backing band? I heard that they were doing the tour without the brass/wind etc sections. They haven't been closing with Untitled 8 anymore (I hear it's been replaced with Gobildeegook?) but since they're playing a slightly less extravagant show, hopefully they'll bring it back. It's the most sublime show closer ever and I'd love to see it at the Carling. Also hope Ny Batteri hasn't ben cut from the set.

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Post by DanIrelle » Mon Nov 03, 2008 1:22 pm

tosh wrote:Oh well, think I'm gonna go and see the Rascals as I'm sure they're touring in December.
Ooo, may have to check it out
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Post by random_128 » Mon Nov 03, 2008 1:59 pm

tosh wrote:Yeah, I take it 'amiina' is the backing band? I heard that they were doing the tour without the brass/wind etc sections. They haven't been closing with Untitled 8 anymore (I hear it's been replaced with Gobildeegook?) but since they're playing a slightly less extravagant show, hopefully they'll bring it back. It's the most sublime show closer ever and I'd love to see it at the Carling. Also hope Ny Batteri hasn't ben cut from the set.

Perhaps see you there! Enjoy Dylan moran
i think amiina is the string quartet (who have an album and a couple of eps of their own - worth checking out) and the brass section is called the horny brasstards ("lol")... i think the tour just now is just sigur ros as a four-piece.

i'm trying very hard not to do my dissertation right now, so i went looking for setlists - they closed every night in japan last month with gobbledigook followed by untitled 8 - sweet.

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