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Old 07-10-2008, 12:12 PM   #871
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I fairly frequently revisit at least some Marquee Moon tracks (I'm particularly fond of See No Evil and the title track).
I agree with this. Those are my top two from that album as well.
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Ringo is the most talented Beatle. Why? Four words: Thomas The Tank Engine. Case closed!

He gets by with a little help from his friends, though.
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pfan, this is a long shot but if you liked The Bends, you might like Hail To The Thief, it's not as "experimental" as Kid A or Amnesiac, it has some electronic touches but it's much more straightforward...
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He gets by with a little help from his friends, though.
His work on "Strawberry Fields" is amazing though.

Paul did most, if not all, of the drums on The White Album, too - that's crazy.
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How would you compare it to OK Computer?

Fuck, now you guys have me italicizing everything, too.
Tough to say. I'd say, right now, I prefer it to OK Computer, but I need to give the latter another listen, since I can't think of why that's my opinion.
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pfan, this is a long shot but if you liked The Bends, you might like Hail To The Thief, it's not as "experimental" as Kid A or Amnesiac, it has some electronic touches but it's much more straightforward...
I would've said the same thing about In Rainbows.
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I wish it was the nineties I wish I could be happy I wish I wish I wish that something would............ yeah................*blistering geetar*
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I figure I'll get In Rainbows next. I've not yet heard that, Amnesiac, Hail to the Thief, or Pablo Honey. Apparently the last one there isn't worth it, anyway.
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Okay, the piano part of "Layla" is probably the most perfect climax to any song I've ever heard. Thank you, Martin Scorsese, for immortalizing it in GoodFellas.

Pfan, I think Pablo would be more up your alley than the other 2, actually.
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You know what music I've listened to lately that I have enjoyed? Catherine Wheel's Chrome and Ferment. Fucking sold rockin' shoegazer.

And Red Sparowes' new EP seems to have worked out well. I feel they are better as an album band and the EP just leaves me wanting more, but it's got a good sound.
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You know what music I've listened to lately that I have enjoyed? Catherine Wheel's Chrome and Ferment. Fucking sold rockin' shoegazer.

And Red Sparowes' new EP seems to have worked out well. I feel they are better as an album band and the EP just leaves me wanting more, but it's got a good sound.
NSW has a lot to say about Catherine Wheel.
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He gets by with a little help from his friends, though.
Lametastic, PFan.
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You know what music I've listened to lately that I have enjoyed? Catherine Wheel's Chrome and Ferment. Fucking sold rockin' shoegazer.

And Red Sparowes' new EP seems to have worked out well. I feel they are better as an album band and the EP just leaves me wanting more, but it's got a good sound.
NSW is a big proponent of both those albums.
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Okay, the piano part of "Layla" is probably the most perfect climax to any song I've ever heard. Thank you, Martin Scorsese, for immortalizing it in GoodFellas.

Pfan, I think Pablo would be more up your alley than the other 2, actually.
At this point, I might as well just end up going for all of them.
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Lametastic, PFan.
I think it had to be said.
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