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Old 12-02-2003, 05:50 AM   #1
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the chemical brothers

anyone else like them?

i have all their albums but hadnt listened to them in a while, was listening to surrender last night, and i had honestly forgotten how good they are!!

then i had 'come with us' on in the car, and now im thinking it will be a while before it comes out of it!!

best songs are the ones with beth orton, 'where do i begin' and 'asleep from day'.

oh and 'setting sun' and 'let forever be' with noel gallagher and 'the test' with richard ashcroft.
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Old 12-02-2003, 08:40 AM   #2
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yes, they are a great duo. exit planet dust and come with us are phenomenal!

anyone pick up the box set?
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Re: the chemical brothers

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anyone else like them?

i have all their albums but hadnt listened to them in a while, was listening to surrender last night, and i had honestly forgotten how good they are!!

then i had 'come with us' on in the car, and now im thinking it will be a while before it comes out of it!!

best songs are the ones with beth orton, 'where do i begin' and 'asleep from day'.

oh and 'setting sun' and 'let forever be' with noel gallagher and 'the test' with richard ashcroft.
Wow, I had never realized Asleep from Day had Beth Orton. Someone gave me a burned copy, so yeah. I really like the song.

The collaboration with Wayne Coyne (of the Flaming Lips), the Golden Path, is good too, but I'm biased.
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Old 12-02-2003, 10:09 AM   #4
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I like them

I like Beth Orton more though

they're great for blasting really loudly and annoying your neighbours silly
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I'm not their biggest fan, but I do put them on every once in a while. Fun stuff!
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Dig Your Own Hole is also a great album. Block Rockin' Beats of course, but I also like Setting Sun a lot. And Lost In The K-Hole, that one never fails to put a smile on my face.

The brothers gonna work it out!

C ya!

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yes, they are a great duo. exit planet dust and come with us are phenomenal!
My favorites. I've listened to 'come with us' on repeat for endless hours.

Anyway, yes, I love them.
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