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Old 11-14-2009, 12:21 PM   #181
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Temper Trap hasn't come up in this thread yet?



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Old 11-15-2009, 02:36 AM   #182
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Temper Trap are quality. Might be seein' em next month. Love Lost is amazing, don't like Science Of Fear though.

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Old 11-15-2009, 05:34 AM   #183
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was anyone else an Angelas Dish fan when they were good?
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Old 11-15-2009, 05:44 AM   #184
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Also, The Devoted Few are my fav aussie band. Their last album was good, not their best. Billboard Noises is one of the best Aussie albums ever.

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Temper Trap are quality. Might be seein' em next month. Love Lost is amazing, don't like Science Of Fear though.

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bdo? i heard tickets for that sold out in like 12 minutes.

Fools is probs my favourite. Sweet Disposition's overrated. i liked the album, but i think it was overhyped, it's derivative. good shit though.

speaking of classic aussie albums, i really have to get Hunnas' Human Frailty.
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Old 11-15-2009, 12:13 PM   #186
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Old 11-15-2009, 04:53 PM   #187
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bdo? i heard tickets for that sold out in like 12 minutes.
Nah, TTT are playin' a gig at Palace Theatre apparently, few weeks after Editors gig. Might go...
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Old 11-16-2009, 05:01 PM   #188
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To me Science of Fear sounds like if Radiohead cared to make music that was fun to listen to anymore.

I can't believe I missed them here recently, who knows when they'll make it back.
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Old 03-09-2010, 02:14 PM   #189
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Anybody have any thoughts on Eddy Current Suppression Ring? I'm mostly interested in what any B&C Australians may have to say, as I think I'm correct in understanding that Primary Colors was a pretty big hit, down there. For all I know, he's as big as The Beatles. But it's just as likely that he's as reviled as Jet.

Please, somebody, let me know. I haven't really done too much listening (heard the new Ooga Boogas album, last week, but that's pretty much it), and would like to hear from anybody with any insight into his music, his person, or his reputation. Share. I found Primary Colors for pretty cheap. Should I bother?




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I've seen some great local music lately. People, get out of the house and see some lesser known bands. These people need your money for beer!!!!

Sime Nugent:
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Matt Reiner and the Aunt Sallys
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The Yearlings
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Tuscadero
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There's a few to be getting on with. Do yourself a favour.....

And I love Eddy Current Suppression Ring. I still haven't caught them live, they always play a night I can't make: I mean, guys, play the same night as the Pixies???? Can you check with me first!!!!
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And this was the greatest thing in amongst some greatest things on last night's Rage:



Tim Finn's Australian, right?
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of course he is, what kind of stupid question is that

two of my favourite Aussie songs are:

Frente - Accidentally Was Released
Things of Stone and Wood - I've Just Run Out of Melbourne Cliches

most importantly however, Something for Kate have started writing their new album
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Tim Finn's Australian, right?
he's kiwi



and wow, i remember i saw starstruck a couple years ago.
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two of my favourite Aussie songs are:

Frente - Accidentally Was Released
Things of Stone and Wood - I've Just Run Out of Melbourne Cliches
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Things of Stone and Wood - I've Just Run Out of Melbourne Cliches
Got their greatest hits, awesome band with some fair songs on that disc, namely Wildflowers, Fingertips, Safe In Sound and Churchill's Black Dog
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