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Old 03-10-2008, 09:20 PM   #721
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I've been on a huge Bowie kick lately.

Screwtape: Outside is one I'll probably look into after I finish the Berlin Trilogy.
Heroes has some amazing soundscapes. I think you'll like it if you liked Low. Brian Eno really shows through.
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Ah, muchos apologies.
No problem. I assume by your framing of the question that you're not a big fan either?
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Heroes has some amazing soundscapes. I think you'll like it if you liked Low. Brian Eno really shows through.
Robert Fripp.
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Heroes has some amazing soundscapes. I think you'll like it if you liked Low. Brian Eno really shows through.
I have title track already, and it's one of my favorite songs.
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No problem. I assume by your framing of the question that you're not a big fan either?
Let's say I wish I had Thom Yorke's head on my mantlepiece.
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Those vocals.
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Those vocals.


Either of you guys fans of King Crimson?
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Those vocals.
Radiohead is the kind of music you play when putting pets to sleep. God it's awful.
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Either of you guys fans of King Crimson?
I like Court of The Crimson King and Red but nothing else to be honest.
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I like Court of The Crimson King and Red but nothing else to be honest.
Have you tried Discipline? That tends to be a well liked album by most people, whereas most of the other albums aside from those two are more accquired tastes.
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Have you tried Discipline? That tends to be a well liked album by most people, whereas most of the other albums aside from those two are more accquired tastes.
I have not but I will try it out. What does it sound like?
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I have not but I will try it out. What does it sound like?
Very Talking Heads inspired, this was the first album with Adrian Belew on guitar and vocals. There's five almost poppy songs (despite being quite complex) before the two longish instrumental songs at the end of the album.
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Very Talking Heads inspired, this was the first album with Adrian Belew on guitar and vocals. There's five almost poppy songs (despite being quite complex) before the two longish instrumental songs at the end of the album.
Cool. I'll check it out.
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Do you have any early ideas about you Desert Island playlist?
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Cool. I'll check it out.
Here's a song from it.
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