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Old 02-29-2008, 07:54 PM   #31
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Old 03-08-2008, 09:06 PM   #33
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I've seen them twice in the last 6 months.

Worthy contenders to U2's throne in my opinion,alongside Muse.

3 of my own videos from the gig in Manchester last monday night.


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Old 03-09-2008, 04:41 AM   #34
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When Anger Shows has a bizarre lyric.

"It pulls you to the ground, like soaking wet gloves" according to many sources, though wouldn't "It pulls you to the ground, like soaking wet CLOTHES" make more sense, both lyrically and in the respect that it actually sounds like he's saying CLOTHES (or at least more so than GLOVES)?
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When Anger Shows has a bizarre lyric.

"It pulls you to the ground, like soaking wet gloves" according to many sources, though wouldn't "It pulls you to the ground, like soaking wet CLOTHES" make more sense, both lyrically and in the respect that it actually sounds like he's saying CLOTHES (or at least more so than GLOVES)?
I think its clothes. I've noticed that a lot of internet sites have wrong lyrics though.
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People are fragile things you should know by now.....
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...be careful what you put them through.
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ORANGE CRUSH!!!! (cover)

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Respect. This is respect when REM covers one of your songs. Thats funny didn't REM cover an obscure U2 song, like, um, One.

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Respect. This is respect when REM covers one of your songs. Thats funny didn't REM cover an obscure U2 song, like, um, One.

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Just listened to The Back Room, good stuff, I like Tom Smith's vocals more and more, it's quite rare these days to hear a truly distinct male rock singer.

It will be interesting to see if these guys can grow and diversify with time.
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Just listened to The Back Room, good stuff, I like Tom Smith's vocals more and more, it's quite rare these days to hear a truly distinct male rock singer.

It will be interesting to see if these guys can grow and diversify with time.
Glad you like the album. Tom's voice grows on you and fast. I've come to realize these guys haven't made a bad song yet. Some take a while but they are all good, many great.
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