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Old 12-11-2012, 02:04 AM   #46
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Lol people bitch that there isn't new U2, then say they are dreading the new release.
I don't see the contradiction.

Given the band's recent output and some of the news over the last few years about who they're working with and what they're aiming for, it's fair to be nervous about how the next album will sound. At the same time, knowing the band has done lots of amazing work in the past, it's natural to hope for more music from them - especially since that would also lead to a tour.

I'd like U2 to put out more material, but I'll certainly be approaching it with some trepidation whenever the next album finally drops.
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I used to love the dropkick murphys, yet after two crappy albums (well, one mediocre and the other entirely unlistenable), I'm most certainly dreading their upcoming release. I will be trying my best to avoid its existence, yet that clearly isn't working as well as I hoped since I've already checked out the two recent songs. The band that put out the run of albums from do or die through blackout is still one of my favorite bands, and that's giving them far more than most older fans are willing to give them. I even think the bulk of the warrior's code was decent. But I do despise the self parody they've become in the name of record sales.
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Oh yes, forgot to include this on my list. Though I'm hoping he'll pull a Time on Earth and realise it should be a full band album, even if that pushes things back a little. Though hopefully if that happens it'll be a better album than Time on Earth.
Haha! Eh, well, I liked that album okay and all, but still, can't argue with your point . I was wondering about that, too, if he's just going to continue bouncing back and forth between band and solo efforts from here on out or if he's going to choose one or the other permanently. I personally am fine with him doing both.

If it is a solo thing, though, I wonder if it'll be more Try Whistling This or One Nil.
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Placebo must be due for a new album next year too. Looking forward to that. Wish they'd tour Australia more. All they seem to do thesedays is the European festivals.
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I've always loved this Placebo song. Great for singing along to

Placebo - Every You, Every Me - YouTube

I literally don't know any other songs by them though.
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I've always loved this Placebo song. Great for singing along to.

I literally don't know any other songs by them though.
They only have 6 albums. Easy to get into. Watch some other stuff on YouTube. Personally I think Black Market Music and Meds are their best two albums,
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Twenty Years is, by a considerable margin, my favourite Placebo song.

Meant to include the prospect of a new Placebo album in my post.
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Something for Kate have a song called Twenty Years.

I posted about them in this corresponding thread last year.
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Hasn't The National been sharing pictures of themselves in studio on facebook and twitter? I definitely expect a 2013 release.

Stuff like this for example: http://instagram.com/p/Rk-BIQLmLv/
or http://instagram.com/p/QLVk_ELmAH/
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Hasn't The National been sharing pictures of themselves in studio on facebook and twitter? I definitely expect a 2013 release.

Stuff like this for example: Photo by ntnl • Instagram
or Photo by ntnl • Instagram
Yes, definitely. High Violet is my favourite album over the past few years so the new one has a lot to live up to. They are incredible.
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