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Old 05-27-2006, 12:00 AM   #121
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I am pretty damn sure you win the Most Variety Award.
Ahh but I have variety and flowjo.

Plus a hitman on his way to take Brau out.

what happens if one person is unable to take part?

Do I automatically win?
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Ahh but I have variety and flowjo.
Not to mention a couple of things that only just missed the cut from my compilation (which is more than I can say for most others; it seems my tastes and Interference's are largely different!).
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so which Supergrass album should I venture forth to next?
"I Should Coco" is their first.

It's raw. Frenzied...

"In It For The Money" is their second.

Not as raw as the 1st, more refined. But still rocking. Leads nicely into the one we just heard.

"Life On Other Planets" is the follow up to the album we just listened to. Very similar. But more obvious Bowie/T.Rex sounds.
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Plus a hitman on his way to take Brau out.

what happens if one person is unable to take part?

Do I automatically win?
Actually, I think we'd award the victory to the deceased party out of respect for their memory.
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Old 05-27-2006, 12:05 AM   #125
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Actually, I think we'd award the victory to the deceased party out of respect for their memory.
Otherwise known as the Kurt Cobain effect
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Hey, Brau, are we going to do the rotation thing where different people do a different theme and we have one party a fortnight?
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Otherwise known as the Kurt Cobain effect
zing!
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Hey, Brau, are we going to do the rotation thing where different people do a different theme and we have one party a fortnight?
Yeah. You're up.
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Yeah. You're up.
Woohoo!

When shall I make the poll?
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Hippy, how'd that Charlatans album treat ya?

I've got Blind Staggger on repeat as I write this.
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Woohoo!

When shall I make the poll?
Do it now.

Or later.

Or whenever you want.

I'm looking forward to it.
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Hippy, how'd that Charlatans album treat ya?

I've got Blind Staggger on repeat as I write this.




Great album! I will actually go enjoy that again this evening as well


Thanks again for sharing

Rambling groove to open the album with "Forever"... (we need a chilled out smiley... ) <~~ is not quite suitable
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Great album! I will actually go enjoy that again this evening as well


Thanks again for sharing

Rambling groove to open the album with "Forever"...
Awesome. I thought you'd dig it. It's got a kinda classic rock sensibility.

Oh, and I actually bought Wolfmother thanks to that thread.
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Do it now.

Or later.

Or whenever you want.

I'm looking forward to it.


I'm thinking of what albums to include. I'm going to have to write good descriptions to help people vote, as no-one's going to have ever heard of any of this. Maybe I'll use bands I feature in my Desert Island compilation just so I can link to my "save file" project for samples.
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Old 05-27-2006, 12:23 AM   #135
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Awesome. I thought you'd dig it. It's got a kinda classic rock sensibility.

Oh, and I actually bought Wolfmother thanks to that thread.

Am I so predictable? it does have a classic rock feel to it... I like that

and yay for Wolfmother! I would listen to that album as well tonight, but I'm kind of chilled out and that one makes me rock
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