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Favourite tracks, shoot...
The only track I would ever listen to now
this weather called for it. Everything feels better already.
and 100% Columbian (to an extent) and for that matter Mimosa
i'm a big fan of their cover of Couldn't Get It Right
(not that that's always a bad thing) The only reason anyone knows who they are is the ridiculous charisma of Huey, and the British public's love of his new york schtick. I hope they have continued success (or a comeback, depending on your view of their current success) if only so that Huey doesn't have to demean himseld too much as a guest presenter on daytime TV.
That said I love The Fun Lovin' Criminal. So there's my vote right there. King of New York's good as well actually.
headline a free local music festival. They gave off really good vibes, which was just what this desolate northern town needed.
(I was decorating)
He really lays the schtick on... um thick.
it's such easy sunday listening and his schtick makes me feel good about myself even though it's sunday
The Fun Lovin' Criminal
We have all the time in the world*
Up on the Hill
King of New York
All teh hits. Proper summer band.
*which also turned me on to the Louis Armstrong original. Thanks, Huey.
I can't believe what I'm reading here
might just have to dust off Come Find Yourself, this thread has reminded me how many quality tunes there are on it
i like methadonia... are they in the uk atm?
great album, i remember my girlfriends ipod went on shuffle in the car and scooby snacks came on last year and that was honestly the first time I'd heard of them. This is not a thinly veiled I have a girlfriend post.
Great footage of FLC at Glastonbury 99
Come Find Yourself is well worth dusting off and giving a few spins. They never quite recreated the schmoove grooves of their debut. 100% Colombian tried hard, but fell short.
King Of New York, Scooby Snacks, The Fun Lovin' Criminal and Bombin' The L. Mighty choons, the lot of 'em.