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Old 10-04-2002, 03:13 PM   #31
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Got Supergrass' new CD, Life On Other Planets, today and it kicks ass, great music!

Soon........hopefully Beck Sea Change, Flaming Lips new1, Doves Last broadcast, Coldplay new1, and that basard u2 thing
But CDs are soooo FOOOOKIN expensive! e22 for the 1 today And was thinking of 40 licks, but 30 euro, yikey!
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Am planning to buy:

Leaves
The Shining
The Datsuns
and all of U2's forthcoming releases this year.


You have excellent taste in music, Sheila!
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Daft Punk: Discovery
DJ Maus: Intersections
Placebo: Without you I'm nothing
Doves: Last Broadcast
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add these:

U2's best of (very remiss of me)
Ash - Intergalactic Sonic Sevens
40 Licks
Something by Supergrass
Primal Scream - Screamadelica
New Order - Technique
David Bowie - Ziggy Stardust (30th Anniversary Ed.)
VU & Nico (30th Anniversary Ed.)
Coldplay - A Rush Of Blood To The Head
Elastica - Radio 6 Demos
Charlatans - Melting Pot
Badly Drawn Boy - About A Boy

DVDs:
The Clash - Westway To The World
Oasis - There & Then
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Old 10-05-2002, 12:49 PM   #35
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Got Supergrass' new CD, Life On Other Planets, today and it kicks ass, great music!

Soon........hopefully Beck Sea Change, Flaming Lips new1, Doves Last broadcast, Coldplay new1,
great choices!!

I wouldn't mind picking up an aphex twin and ryan adams, heartbreaker

and ed harcourt, here be monsters
and doves, lost souls
and flaming lips, soft bulletin

I bought three cd's thursday for the price of one!!
God bless 2nd hand cd stores

got the cartigans, first band on the moon (great disk!)
The Smiths, hatful of hollow (also great)
and pink floyd, division bell (haven't getten around to listening to it yet)
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Solomon Burke - Don't Give Up On Me (highly recommended!!!)
indeed, wonderfull album

I bought that one +
The Streets - Original Pirate Material (as highy recommended as Solomon Burke)
2manydj's

on my to buy list (well, I might buy them):
- Underworld
- Beck
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DEAR SANTA, i know YOU have time and money, so...

Nice thread.

ALBUMS I MUST BUY SOON:

U2 - The Best Of 1990-2000 & B-Sides
GENE - Libertine
BJORK - Greatest Hits
LAURYN HILL - MTV Unplugged 2.0
FOO FIGHTERS - The Colour and The Shape / One By One maybe??
NIRVANA - (Impending) Box Set Hits (out shortly i've heard)
DOVES - The Last Broadcast


ALBUMS I WILL GET EVENTUALLY AT SOME POINT:

JAMES - Getting Away With It (Live)
ASH - Intergalactic Sonic 7's
BRIAN ENO - Another Green World
THE CLASH - Clash On Broadway


That'll do for now...........
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Never heard of Ash. Describe.
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ASH...

Ash are a young 4-piece band from Belfast in Northern Ireland who have released three albums and a new Singles collection. Their albums are:

1977
Nu-clear Sounds
Free All Angels

I think they've been going since about 1995/96 and they specialise in powerful punk-rock songs and indie-punk melodic ballads. But all that categorising doesn't do them much justice.
Lead singer Tim Wheeler is a catchy writer/lyricist and they are at their peak at the moment. I recommend Free All Angels or 1977, apparently Nu-Clear Sounds was a dog according to a lot of people.
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I just bought a Q yesterday (I get my Qs late because of importing and stuff), and Ash were on Cash For Questions. Here's one interesting one:

Why do you still subject crowds to tracks from your second album, Nu-Clear Sounds, when everyone knows it was wank?
Carl Grainger, Durham

Charlotte Hatherly: Harsh words.
Tim Wheeler: Miaaaow! Is the address there? We know where you live, mate. Generally people were disappointed because it was different to 1977, but the reviews were really favourable when it came out. A lot of people wrote us off after it didn't do well, and it was a shock to the system. I think we were associated with the Britpop thing, so we suffered from the backlash.
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Re: ASH...

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Ash are a young 4-piece band from Belfast in Northern Ireland who have released three albums and a new Singles collection. Their albums are:

1977
Nu-clear Sounds
Free All Angels

I think they've been going since about 1995/96 and they specialise in powerful punk-rock songs and indie-punk melodic ballads. But all that categorising doesn't do them much justice.
Lead singer Tim Wheeler is a catchy writer/lyricist and they are at their peak at the moment. I recommend Free All Angels or 1977, apparently Nu-Clear Sounds was a dog according to a lot of people.
Sounds interesting. Ill check that. Thank you.
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Thanks basstrap, not bad in the choices there yourself, and Flaming Lips Soft Bulletin is mighty, get that as soon as you can!

For those who say NuClear Sounds by Ash is shite, or believe it to be shite, please give it a decent listen before you are sure. It's a damn fine record, some very very good songs. like Tim Wheeler says, it's not really Britpop, much heavier in places, and that's a big part of the reason it got torn to pieces by some fans/critics, like they weren't allowed to make something so serious and proper

And yertle-the-turtle, something by Supergrass? I'd recommend In It For The Money as a starter, it's their best album, but the others are far from bad
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You have excellent taste in music, Sheila!
Thanks!
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