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Old 05-14-2004, 12:27 PM   #31
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Mojave 3 -- Bluebird of Happiness
Seafood -- Folksong Crisis
Neil Halstead -- See You on Rooftops
Ed Harcourt -- Apple of My Eye
Rachel Goswell -- Plucked
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crap...maybe you should ignore that...i don't want to kill the thread. no offence but no one's going to get that they're all covered to death.

here, this is easier:

hudson falcons--rich kids can't play rock n roll
the bruisers--greed
patriot--songs for the youth
oxblood--working class war
dropkick murphys--worker's song
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Old 05-14-2004, 12:36 PM   #33
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all commie songs
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well...that is one way of looking at it...
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Here's one:
Happy, The Rolling Stones
My Wife, The Who
Mankind, Pearl Jam
How Many Say I, Van Halen
Van Diemen's Land, U2
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songs not sung by the traditional lead singer?

No one has figured out meggies'...so I will keep hers going:

Mojave 3 -- Bluebird of Happiness
Seafood -- Folksong Crisis
Neil Halstead -- See You on Rooftops
Ed Harcourt -- Apple of My Eye
Rachel Goswell -- Plucked
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songs not sung by the traditional lead singer?
ding ding ding
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for meggie's the only link I can make is that I always view those people (other than rachel goswell who i've never heard of) as 'meggie' artistes, in a sense.
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Mojave 3 -- Bluebird of Happiness
Seafood -- Folksong Crisis
Neil Halstead -- See You on Rooftops
Ed Harcourt -- Apple of My Eye
Rachel Goswell -- Plucked
I'm going to go with (as you aptly have put it, the ubiquitous) Ian McCutcheon. I suppose that's more the artists that have him in common...all have played with him at some point (on these songs maybe?). Still, I'm right even if I'm wrong then, yeah?

I wasn't going to answer it since we've sort of discussed some of the links between these people before, but no one replied about it really...
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(other than rachel goswell who i've never heard of) as 'meggie' artistes, in a sense.
She's in slowdive & mojave 3, with Neil.
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Alright, I'll try one out here...

The Charlatans - Just when you're thinking things over
Beth Orton - Daybreaker
Saint Etienne - Like a Motorway
Spiritualized - I think I'm in love
Manic Street Preachers - Faster
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I'm going to go with (as you aptly have put it, the ubiquitous) Ian McCutcheon. I suppose that's more the artists that have him in common...all have played with him at some point (on these songs maybe?). Still, I'm right even if I'm wrong then, yeah?

I wasn't going to answer it since we've sort of discussed some of the links between these people before, but no one replied about it really...
Yep, all have worked with Ian McCutcheon (produces Seafood's albums, drummer for Mojave 3, Rachel Goswell is in Mojave 3, Neil is in M3 and Ian appeared on his album, Ian was Ed's drummer for a gig and Ed appeared on the most recent Seafood album that Ian produced).

As for yours, all have been remixed by the Chemical Brothers? I'm not even sure if that's true, and I'm too lazy to look, but it seemed like a Jenn thing.
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Yep, all have worked with Ian McCutcheon (produces Seafood's albums, drummer for Mojave 3, Rachel Goswell is in Mojave 3, Neil is in M3 and Ian appeared on his album, Ian was Ed's drummer for a gig and Ed appeared on the most recent Seafood album that Ian produced).

As for yours, all have been remixed by the Chemical Brothers? I'm not even sure if that's true, and I'm too lazy to look, but it seemed like a Jenn thing.
yay! Ian rules.

And, yep, all remixed or produced by the Chemical Brothers!! Am I that predicatable?
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Kinda . I just had a feeling.
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My Vitriol -- Always: Your Way
Idlewild -- These Are Just Years
Sparklehorse -- It's A Wonderful Life
Ash -- Lose Control
Llama Farmers -- Snow White
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