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    Went to The Music Exchange in Nottingham for Record Store Day and managed to get a hold of one of their two copies of the album I most wanted from the list this year, the reissue/demos of Fourteen Autumns and Fifteen Winters by the Twilight Sad. Love that album.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Xercies View Post
    Good candy coloured pop.
    Really reminds me of Tom Tom Club for some reason. Here's their cameo performance from the greatest concert movie of all time. As a "yay me" moment, one of the best moments of my wife was having a conversation for a half hour with Tina Weymouth in the back of a small club. Such a friendly person. Link rather than video

    Now I have to share their Suboceana, because I think it's actually a better song. This is, I feel, one of the sexiest songs ever written, and it has one of my favorite lines (especially now that I'm a dad and know that it is absolutely true): "Babies are born; they accept the bizarre."


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    Quote Originally Posted by icupnimpn2 View Post
    Here's their cameo performance from the greatest concert movie of all time.
    Since you've mentioned it I can't resist posting a song from said concert movie:


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    Open-faced sandwiches are upon you whether you would risk it or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xercies View Post
    Good candy coloured pop.

    [Architecture in Helsinki video woz 'ere]
    Gave the album a stream after liking this and particularly "I Might Survive" hoping it would be a return to form for the band (albeit in a rather different style to the wonderful "In Case We Die." Unfortunately I wasn't really feeling it over the course of the album, particularly the songs where the bloke is in the forefront vocally. So yeah a few good tracks but can't see myself buying it. Oh well still got the glorious nonsense of this to go back to:


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    Yeah I feel the woman is probbly the best singer and it is probably a bit to much simple pop without much depth but it gets my feet tapping so I cant complain and you need to get at least one of those albums a year.

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    I've just begun educating one of my friends in the awesomeness that is Green Day, but I'm NOT listening to Demolicious because I HAVEN'T GOT IT YET and it's really annoying me. Still listening to Dookie though.

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    Minimilist R&B like music is something I don't genrally get on with but these two songs are pretty great with a great voice behind them

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AslPYSm7jfg

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C6zv_5zGEso

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    Currently listening to Metallica

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    Black Sabbath by Gonga, featuring Portishead's Beth Gibbons

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    Sad news of DJ Rashad passing away at 35, seems to have been a drug overdose.

    Guy was a true pioneer of footwork, not a scene I'm big into, but it's impossible to ignore someone like Rashad when he was making such amazing music. Lost a real talent.



    Kush Ain't Loud

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    Fuck it just go listen to everything this man made.


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    A new/remastered album by CYGNA, [Opus Ena]. Wooden Little People and Su Abir are highlights in my opinion. Beautiful, at times gentle, sometimes strong but not too much, also sad in a way. This version of Su Abir is slower, more detailed and gentler than the version I have listened so far (from album Fahrenheit Project 7); I like it much more.

    And all this beauty for only 5 € (or more if you want). Almost a steal.

    With a good pair of headphones... speechless.

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    So much choir!



    The popping after the track has ended is the sound of hundreds of balloons dropped from the ceiling being burst by the audience.
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    Wow. This also fits in the Youtube Awesome thread:

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    Tons of stuff, but some of them include:

    Ozzy Osbourne, Black Sabbath, Metallica, Iron Maiden, Dope, Rob Zombie, Drowning Pool, Godsmack, Disturbed, System of the Down and Amon Amarth.

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    I don't know how well shes known outside of Denmark but thought someone else might enjoy Tina Dickow*.
    Couldn't decide which one was the best, so i'll just post the three I had in mind

    Bad quality, but wanted one where you can hear her live, this was the performance that first caught my attention.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iRP7YYBgTFY

    Something a little newer
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6E4y84rtEcM

    And now my personal favorite, a cover version of my all-time favorite band, Alive by Pearl Jam, jump to 1:52 for the start
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hF8oCweWfZM



    *Apparently, she's known outside of Denmark as Tina Dico.

    EDIT: This thread should come with a warning, just lost an hour just browsing in here, barely made it past page 10!
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