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despite the thread title being a perfect description
von bondies song:
or something by "Chinese burn" by Curve
were a brilliant band. Understanding Music and Victory Parts were really good albums
I love Victory Parts
STUNT GIRL is Ac Acoustics' best song
But I still prefer No Regrets.
that was going to be
was always good too. In fact that whole album was pretty fun
naked by reef counts!
fucking amazing song, sadly nothing else they did really matched up to it
They recorded one double album, split then disappeared.
when links get posted without being told what they are. It doesn't build up anticipation, it just ends up being disappointing when I find out I didn't need a link as an explaination of the point being made. </rant>
Betty Boo - "Shame" (B-side to "Doin' The Do") - http://tinyurl.com/6ca4hg
with the Whipping boy song
and also with the links and no description
and Casstettes occasionally give my a fuzzy warm feeling and a cold chill simultaneously.
Scary amount of time ago.
Have I done "enough" in the intervening period?
you might be right. I just need to keep it up though. But I'm only 29 and I'm weary.
by Veruca Salt
'Take the Skinheads Bowling' by Camper Van Beethoven
loads of others I can't think of now
This Et Al - Catscan
Kubichek! - Nightjoy
DARTZ! - Fantastic Apparatus
Love Is All - Busy Doing Nothing
Ralfe Band - By A Rolling Sea (SERIOUS GEM)
are far from being mediocre.
Kubichek have now split up, which I'm absolutely gutted about.
Both their albums are fucking awesome, and each contain a few songs better than those two mentioned... I hadn't realised Kubichek had finally split up, but I suppose it's not a surprise after Al left. Shame though :-(
Demos are up and sounding pretty good.
Wheat "Dont I Hold You"
Imperial Teen "You're One"
Not really one of the best et al songs!? I could name ten superior ones.
I'm not even joking.
A. I have the 12".
B. Their name has rotational symmetry.
they were just plyed by Ken Bruce as part of his Popmaster quiz.
to be honest.
It is genius.
Shorley Wall by Ooberman: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5VHg2wuxd_g
I Can Buy You by A Camp: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7qLPgxrdRpc
Rock the Parti by Gold Chains: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e310Daluio8
Willow by Ninety9: http://www.amazon.com/Willow/dp/B000S3K2DE
All Day Long I Think About Sex by JC Chasez: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xj3T_px700I (it's the bit after 3m20s)
Good Dancers by the Sleepy Jackson: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TjNCSw41QSA
Sweeping the Nation by Spearmint: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HiPrjDK6UkI
I See Red by Unun: http://mog.com/music/Unun
The Conductor by the Faint: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0niANUzx79g
The Virus by Mutiny: http://tinyurl.com/58hooj
Disco Science by Mirwais: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fwunrXYqg20
Tell Him by McKay: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKGErQ00DLI
And is You Are The Generation... a little too obvious? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hctbGB6DYhU
The Sleepy Jackson are not mediocre. Nor are (well, were) the Faint.
The sleepy jackson are brilliant! Brilliant!!
What are they up to now? Have they done anything else since 'Personality'?
has been doing a bit of collaboration: e.g. with PNAU, and currently with whatsisface from Silverchair
reminds me of recording songs off the radio when I was about 13
love that Johnny Boy song
by Medicine. Yanks attempt shoegaze.
The Buried Life is great!
always your way
it`s the video
Cant quite remember how it went but i remember thinking it was brilliant!
By Kill Kenada, easily the best peice of music to come from Bognor Regis!!!!!!!!!!
Bawl; Beyond Safe Ways
Lilys; Nanny in Manhattan
(ok so the Lilys one is pretty memorable, but if MV counts, they do too!)
Incubus - Echo
Mull Historical Society - Watching Xanadu
Skinny - Morning Light
Badly Drawn Boy - This Song
The Electric Soft Parade - Biting at the soles of my feet
Engineers - Come in out of the rain
Kings of convenience - I don't know what i can save you from
Archers Of Loaf
"Greatest Of All Time".
'Zerotonine' - Junkie XL
and on a less credible 'songs which I loved as a teenager and still think are pretty cool' tip:
'My Own Worst Enemy' - Lit
'Teenage Dirtbag' - Wheatus
Urusei Yatsura - Slain By Elf!
they were never mediocre. apart from the last album.
Although they weren't mediocre.
this tune's great
And god, no, Strangelove were far from mediocre. The album 'Time For The Rest of Your Life' is one of the great lost gems, proto DOOM/Indie (as purvey'd by iLiKETRAiNS etc these days)