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Re: Möngöl Hörde

Post by Evan » Mon May 26, 2014 7:05 am

oxygenthief wrote:Suddenly very conscious about the number of smileys I use in everyday texts/emails :twisted:
And so you should be. You're a grown man for fuck sake.
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Re: Möngöl Hörde

Post by Craven » Mon May 26, 2014 9:32 am

Tour dates + tickets are up on the website.

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Re: Möngöl Hörde

Post by Danlechief » Mon May 26, 2014 9:37 am

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Re: Möngöl Hörde

Post by Watergirl » Mon May 26, 2014 3:59 pm

Just listened on i-Tunes, 90 seconds of each song. That'll do for day one. I intend to let it grow on me….
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Re: Möngöl Hörde

Post by Blonde » Mon May 26, 2014 5:37 pm

Watergirl wrote:Just listened on i-Tunes, 90 seconds of each song. That'll do for day one. I intend to let it grow on me….
Going to recover now.
It sounds like you are forcing yourself to like it because it has Frank in it.

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Re: Möngöl Hörde

Post by Watergirl » Mon May 26, 2014 8:27 pm

As a big fan I feel I should give it a go. It might happen, it might not.
I love Nick Cave but never got into Grinderman.
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Re: Möngöl Hörde

Post by Blonde » Mon May 26, 2014 9:02 pm

There is a difference to giving it a go and forcing it on yourself.

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Re: Möngöl Hörde

Post by oxygenthief » Tue May 27, 2014 3:42 pm

Evan wrote:
oxygenthief wrote:Suddenly very conscious about the number of smileys I use in everyday texts/emails :twisted:
And so you should be. You're a grown man for fuck sake.
LOL

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Re: Möngöl Hörde

Post by Blonde » Tue May 27, 2014 5:30 pm

oxygenthief wrote:
Evan wrote:
oxygenthief wrote:Suddenly very conscious about the number of smileys I use in everyday texts/emails :twisted:
And so you should be. You're a grown man for fuck sake.
LOL
I think you'll find the correct response should have been: :lol:

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Re: Möngöl Hörde

Post by suitcaselife » Fri May 30, 2014 6:20 pm

So far I really like the record - makes me a bit sad they announced the tour so late; can't make it a show ...
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Re: Möngöl Hörde

Post by DavidPorges » Sat May 31, 2014 9:21 am

Does anyone else prefer some of the earlier vesions of the songs then the one on the album? I actually liked the version of Casual Threats that was on youtube better. I felt it was more raw and less processed. I didn't even notice it until I heard how he delivered some of the lines like "I'll fucking end you , I'll fucking end you" and noticed stuff was different. That's not to take anything from the album which I do find very enjoyable

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Re: Möngöl Hörde

Post by frank » Sat May 31, 2014 6:38 pm

Ladies and gentlemen, we have a winner.
Shows? All of em.

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Re: Möngöl Hörde

Post by js2 » Sun Jun 01, 2014 1:11 am

I fucking love the album. Production is to my liking - not sure if I prefer the new Casual Threats or it's just because I'm used to the demo I overplayed for about two years. The album version has more edge to it sonically, at least.
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Re: Möngöl Hörde

Post by skhmmxi » Mon Jun 02, 2014 12:11 am

DavidPorges wrote:Does anyone else prefer some of the earlier vesions of the songs then the one on the album? I actually liked the version of Casual Threats that was on youtube better.
I think you might have just broken a world record in how fast you laid down scene points, there. I'm genuinely impressed.

Not only do you proclaim to like a song and then subsequently claim to prefer the older version only a few posts later IN THE SAME THREAD, you've actually managed to lay the foundations of the Shoreditch classic "I preferred the older stuff" slam in the week of release of the debut album.

I'm so thoroughly astonished at your accomplishment I think you deserve a standing ovation. You might well have a bright future ahead of you at Dazed and Confused magazine as a music feature writer. Best of luck.
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Re: Möngöl Hörde

Post by Evan » Mon Jun 02, 2014 7:36 am

skhmmxi wrote:
DavidPorges wrote:Does anyone else prefer some of the earlier vesions of the songs then the one on the album? I actually liked the version of Casual Threats that was on youtube better.
I think you might have just broken a world record in how fast you laid down scene points, there. I'm genuinely impressed.

Not only do you proclaim to like a song and then subsequently claim to prefer the older version only a few posts later IN THE SAME THREAD, you've actually managed to lay the foundations of the Shoreditch classic "I preferred the older stuff" slam in the week of release of the debut album.

I'm so thoroughly astonished at your accomplishment I think you deserve a standing ovation. You might well have a bright future ahead of you at Dazed and Confused magazine as a music feature writer. Best of luck.

Amazing.

The album made it into the top 100, which is me done. Fucking sell outs. I much preferred them when no one had bought it yet.
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