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Old 05-04-2002, 02:51 PM   #1
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Anyone remember this band, aside from me?

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Yeah, Souvlaki is one of the great shoegazer albums.

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Old 05-05-2002, 05:01 PM   #4
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I have "Pygmalion" on MP3. I wish I had it on CD, but it has proven to be very difficult to find. I may end up special ordering it if I can.

What's funny is that this album, which literally destroyed the band, is probably my favorite. I really love "Blue Skied An' Clear."

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They are/were gret. Been thinking about them a lot lately. I have em on tape. Saw them live in the early 90's with Ride.
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I was just listening to "Pygmalion" yesterday. How weird.
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one of the better shoegazers
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I saw them with Ride as well. The Mar/Apr issue of Magnet has a cover story on The History of Shoegazing. Ride, My Bloody Valentine, Curve (one of my all-time favorites!), Chapterhouse, etc. Interesting read.
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