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bjork: its oh so quiet
name some more
didn't write 'it's oh so quiet'.
Ready to Go
its the same song as Drop Dead Gorgeous, no?
I get more tetchy about this actually. Although it is a very close thing. Hmmm.
^^that was to restless reggie^^
there's less to get tetchy about, 'fresh chris'.
Friday I'm In Love
minutemen - corona
i know i always feel the need to apologise for playing people "the jackass theme tune" before it turns into a socialist country and western song
They should be more tetchy about Stand, which is fucking shit.
It had boobs in the video.
Maybe i'll watch it later. With the sound down.
Losing My Religion is awesome, though.
them a) their biggest hit or b) some radio play leading to more people buying their albums' here.
songs that are out of character
and often ones that got famous through something antithetical to the band's normal stance
International Bright Young Thing
to the rest of their output.
One of Stuart Murdoch's greatest lyrical efforts!
Oasis - All Around The World
Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit
The Boo Radleys - Wake Up Boo
The Clash - Should I Stay Or Should I Go
A good song made weary by overfamiliarity. The Libertines played it once at an anti-racism benefit, with Mick Jones singing, and instead of being excited all I thought was - couldn't they have picked a different Clash song?
i love that song!
and think the clash are a bit pish!
which is stupid. I love the Clash, and I love that song. Yeah.
Suede fans tend to think Stay Together is far better than the band themselves do/did.
is the first one that comes to mind.
And also down there, someone's said Beverly Hills by Weezer, that's definitely another one. It just makes people think they're a joke band, although I do enjoy the song.
Most people hate it, right? I love being in the minority...
New York New York
not really, most Shins fans agree it's among their best songs, Garden State or not.
a question of being among the 'best' songs, which it undoubtedly is, it's a question of hearing it a trillion times and being thoroughly bored by it.
it's a song I could never get bored of
REM - Everybody Hurts/Losing My Religion
Weezer - Beverley Hills
but major Smiths fans often get annoyed at the fact that "This Charming Man" is the only Smiths song you'll hear in most indie clubs. To the extent that I think National Pop League in Glasgow actually has an embargo on it.
Country House? Or not, probably
The La's - There She Goes
The Cooper Temple Clause - Waiting Game
Manic Street Preachers - Everything Must Go
Muse - Supermassive Black Hole
The Strokes - Last Nite
because, mediocre as it is, it shows up the rest of Feeder's output as being unutterably cack?
Although, I quite like some Feeder songs. Seven Days in the Sun, Tell All Your Friends, Just A Day = all good.
"drink cider from a lemon, lemon, lemon, lemon..."
something about a car....
Elephant in the video....
I was just yanking your chain.
were the Smiths a prog band?
I would've thought?
I don't see the problem with it.
but i don't understand the question so its a complete guess
Green Day - The entirity of American Idiot