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Snow Patrol : Set The Fire To The Third Bar
It's just waiting for you...
circa survive, i think the other stuff is shite!
also! But the rest of SnowPatrol is pretty irrelevant.
songs for polarbears & when its all over are both superb.
this is such a good shout.
can't say I've heard much of his other stuff though.
much respect be due
Say it ain't so!
i don't Not like the rest, i just get bored by it.
by Iron Maiden.
Yeah, big whoop wanna fight about it?
i used to love kasabian though
by Finley Quaye.
Horrible horrible band, great song. Also stumble and fall by razorlight is n't that bad.
i couldn't find it for ages, because the yanks call it "bleed american".
before 9/11 then they renamed the album and song
or some other political correctness gone mad situation like that
although I did also quite like pain in my younger teenage years.
Cut Off, i think, And Kaiser Chiefs, You Can Have It All.
olive grove facing the sea
nan you're a window shopper
When You Were Young
there's always room on the broom
I can't help it.
it just has good memories for me
bonde do role.
...that's 5 songs then...
born to run
no-one's bagged 'The Rat' by The Walkmen yet
I have Bows & Arrows and everything else (aside from maybe Thinking Of A Dream I Had) just grates on me 'cause of his voice.
when it's all over we still have to clear up is absolutely brilliant
if there was a "one album you adore by a band you otherwise think are rubbish", that'd be mine
Of Snow Patrol's back catalogue and itt's that crock of shit you like and not something like Starfighter Pilot?
Err, 'Trains To Brazil'
sunday. tried to get into them, just wasn't working for me.
EVOL is the most accessible, personally. Plus I fail to see how anyone can deny that Expressway to Yr. Skull is a fantastic song...
Have to agree with Bradford Cox, one of the best love songs ever. Too bad the album blows.
when I heard this really catchy pop song on the radio about 18 months back and it turned out to be by fucking Keane. That 'Is It Any Wonder?' one.
*Hangs head in shame*
is my favourite fratellis song too. i like them in general though.
there's LOADS of good snow patrol songs.
I'm Not Sorry by Pigeon Detectives.
Shit shit band though.
i can't believe all the hate for snow patrol :(
naive by the kooks for me.
Always: Your Way
It just reminds me of being at school
i like my vitriol, so most of the album! i never really got why they just re-released it with the american mix, no need.
although the US mix of the holy bible..amazing
Local Boy in the photograph. How did a band that produced that get so shite?
A diamond in a legacy of shit.
I hear that.
Nada Surf - Popular
The Academy Is... - Checkmarks
Stellastarr* - My CoCo
Do Me Bad Things - Time For Deliverance
Circulus - We Are Long Lost
I cannae believe it
they used to take my own personal 'lyrically inept band of the year' award for several years running actually...now overtaken by the kaiser chiefs
that guy is obviously crackers
Thursday - Counting 5-4-3-2-1
CSS - Lets Make Love
The Walkmen - The Rat
Burial - Archangel
One of my mottos for life is that every band, no matter who they are, is capable of one moment of utter brilliance. It's why I try not to write bands off in their entirety. Apart from Battle. They're never not going to suck.
Wrong wrong wrong wrong
I'm really not.
Demons is lush.
Who Needs Love off razorlight's second album. Oh dear.
Forgotten that song, it's so much better than Movies.
The Ordinary Boys - Maybe Someday
The Evens - Minding Ones Business
CSS - Lets Make Love And Listen To Death From Above
Deep Purple - Hush
Stevie Wonder - Superstition
Killing In The Name Of- Rage Against the Machine
Will be more but I can't think at the moment.
coldplay - shiver
Alone - Heart
Perfect Blue Buildings.
...though it pains me to admit it.
Is 'Maybe Someday' by the Ordinary Boys the one that's all proper ska and it has the bits where it stops and goes "1-2!".
If so, that one too.
somewhere only we know by keane. A wonderful song by a pitiful band.
'just like fred astaire'
are have joined 'Tomorrow' outside. Bearing sticks.
tell kenicke I want a piece of them as well, because they were fucking crap.
that 'PVC' just rode over the hill in a Sherman tank.
tell the boo radleys to bring it as well.
no, its richard being stupid. again.
or listen to the proclaimers, whatever you want.
they have a whole heap of good songs.
Hymn for Her by the Magic Numbers. A strangely moving tune while the rest of their material has me strangely moving far away
by Motley Crue anyone?
22 grand job - The Rakes
Revival - Soulsavers
Danger High Voltage - Electric 6
Fa Fa Fa - Datarock
Banquet - Bloc Party
Strasbourg! Helicopter! Computer Camp Love! The Guilt! Turn On The Lights! The Pioneers!
Can't help it...
thy now seem to have better song since they dump larddy wiliams
great, great song
Nancy Boy by Placebo.
The Bitter End
god put a smile upon my face. i really hate coldplay but for some odd reason i like that song
a beautifully ugly thread
good shout on magic hour by cast, also
kula shaker- shower your love
britney spears- gimme more
ocean colour scene- profit in peace