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Being Boiled - The Human League... (listening now - what a vintage).
i was gonna put this!
and Horses by patti smith
kind of bores me now
just now in particular: Gimmie Gimmie Gimmie by Dirty Projectors, Measuring Cups by Andrew Bird, and Gronlandic Edit by of Montreal :)
on the dirty projectors like
I think the breakdown/build up in that track is going to be thrilling me still in 2018.
by olafur arnalds. in fact both his albums i will never get sick of.
so listenable about his music, whatever my mood i can stick it on and love every second of it.
he's actually playing in my town soon, i hope it's not sold out yet...
Mclusky - Friends Stoning Friends
Jetplane Landing - Acrimony
neil young - powderfinger
joni - a case of you/river
Long Hot Summer Night - Jimi
I Fought Piranhas - White Stripes
Why are they not coming here on their European tour :(?
thinking either that track, or We Tigers.
followed closely by Add It Up -> Violent Femmes
The Infanta - The Decemberists
Sao Paulo - Guillemots
Hunted by a Freak - Mogwai
Sweet Dreams Sweet Cheeks - Los Campesinos!
Donkey Island - Euros Childs
The Cure- Lullaby
Radiohead- most of them
Department of Eagles- No One Does It Like You
Clor- Love and Pain
Ben Christophers- Spaces In Between
Good call, boss!
Brainy - The National
Everlong - Foo Fighters
Wolf Like Me - TV on the Radio
...and loads more I can't think of at the moment.
Pretty much close to perfection and a much neglected Phil Spector classic.
so simple and lovely.
Leonard Cohen - Anthem
Low - Murderer
Spiritualized - Broken Heart
Pink Floyd - Comfortably Numb
Radiohead - Black Star
Sigur Ros - Untitled 6
Cave In - Jupiter
Blur - Tender
under rated song
Teenage Kicks - just makes me feel warm and kewl.
The Past Is A Grotesque Animal as well.
the most notable would have to probably be...
.I Believe In your Victory - This Will Destroy You
.Golden Porsche - 'Gwai
.Refused Are Fuckin' Dead - Refused
.In A Semi Dream State, She Was The Cheater - Sawhorse
.A With Living - Do Make Say Think
.To Whom It May Concern - Million Dead
The Only Ones- Another Girl....
The Beatles- I Wanna Hold Your Hand
and Everthing you ever wanted to know..
almost a perfect dance tune
And another vote for Desolation Row
Pulp - Babies
Hole - Violet
And over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over,
and over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over,
and over, and over, and over
oh yes indeed.
In a similar electro theme
'Metal Beat' by John Foxx
would be 'a forest' by the cure
especially with the long drawn out intro you get on 17 seconds.
though I'd probably say the same about Inbetween Days (and plenty, plenty other Cure songs)
Not a perfect song, but it's brimming with creativity, fun and imagination.
It's stupid, it's dumb and yet, it's angry. It's innocent, it's juvenile and yet, it's spiteful. It's turbulent, it's rebellious and yet, it's beautiful.
The National - Mistaken for Strangers
Midlake - Young Bride
Joanna Newsom - The Book of Right On
Shellac - watch song and shoe song
mclusky - support systems
Sufjan Stevens - john wayne gacy jr
Barkmarket - the visible cow
Stevie Wonder - saturn
Tortoise - djed
gimme shelter - the stones
in dreams - roy orbison
all along the watchtower - hendrix
sweet thing/candidate/sweet thing reprise - bowie (although I could probably list quite a lot of Bowie songs)
do you love me? - nick cave and the bad seeds
oh, thinking about it there's quite a lot.
just like honey - tjamc
lien on your dreams - brmc
gimme shelter - the rolling stones
all of the beatles' stuff
woke up this morning - alabama 3
angeles - elliot smith
reckoner - ver 'head
Animal Collective - Grass
The Other Ones - AGAP
Interpol - PDA
Clor - Love + Pain
I would like to add to that:
Wolf Parade - Shine A Light
Rolling Stones - Under My Thumb
Radiohead - 2+2=5
Boy 8-Bit - The Suspense Is Killing Me (Drop The Lime Remix)
Led Zep....Black Dog
Cupid - Sam Cooke
Sufjan Stevens - Decatur
Sound & Vision - Bowie
Province/Wolf Like Me - Tv on the Radio
With or Without you - undeniable
SFA - Northern lites
Justin Timberlake - My love
LCD Soundsystem - All my friends
The National - Daughters of the Soho riots
Arab Strap - Here we go
Rihanna - Umbrella
Au Pairs - Stepping out of line
Bjork - Hyperballan
Pixies - Planet of sound
but more presently
metronomy - heartbreaker
MGMT - weekend wars
(and A Country Practice by Half Man Half Biscuit)
(or just a decent comp)
Money Changes Everything - Cyndi Lauper
Born To Run - Bruce Springsteen
Some Weird Sin - Iggy Pop
Black Sweat - Prince
Don't Save Us From The Flames - M83
We're In This Together - NIN
Wolf Like Me - TV on the Radio
Sister Jack - Spoon
Wild Is The Wind - Nina Simone
Lovesong - The Cure
At The Centre Of The World - Bright Eyes
Mayonnaise - The Smashing Pumpkins
My Children - Marion
I love creedence - cftpa
switching off - elbow
blind - tv on the radio
i don't know why, it's just a brilliant song.
Eels - Magic World, Wedding Present - Granadaland can't think of anymore..
oasis - "slide away" (cheesy i know, but i've loved this song since i was 12 and i'm still not sick of it!)
elliott smith - "a fond farewell"
joy division - "komakino"
ash - "uncle pat" (the melody of this song just always gets me for some unknown reason!)
Autechre: Eidetic Casein
Hope of the States: This House Was Once a Home
Troubles: St Paul
Hymie's Basement: 21st Century Pop Song
cLOUDDEAD: most of Ten
Low: Do You Know How to Waltz?
Fog: The Girl From the Gum Commercial
Eels: Fashion Awards
I've listened to that lot more times than I could possibly count, and they stay every bit as brilliant.
but right now i'm listening to Solid Air by John Martyn, which has never failed to send a prickle up my back. "Magical" would not be an overstatement