it's on thursday nights. had a good time when i went there. that was 5 years ago though.
Both their albums have been excellent. Looking forward to this one very much.
the first album had a few good songs but the second was crap based on the singles.,
didn't last long.
As it seems to be the trend at the moment,why don't they just reform Suede with the Dog Man Star line-up and make us all very happy.
I do hope this is just a temporary hiatus for a year or so and that they'll be back again.
'Every Time A Teenager Listens To Drum & Bass A Rockstar Dies' is an awesome song with an even more awesome title.
of around 300,000 people? Yes, there are twats living here but there are twats that live everywhere. Nottingham is not the nicest city in the world but it'scertainly not the worst.
I think Win seemed really happy once he had calmed down and was wandering around in the crowd.
talking about the same song,right?
the last album had a few good songs on... well a couple... well one.
One of the great legends of 80s electro-pop. Blue Monday and True Faith are among their legacies. Siren's Call was a bit of mess but Get Ready had some great songs.
It's a shame though as I like his guitar work with Secret Machines.
Good news about the new album though.
Does anyone know if Brandon or Josh will be playing guitar or if they are considering a replacement?
A: Loads of bands/artists i'd never heard of before and
B: Stuff that people on DiS have raved about but hadn't yet heard. I.E A win-win situation. I sit there with a notepad jotting down band names!
I occasionally buy Music Week and local fanzines.
He may not have made much music but what he did make stood the test of time and will continue to do so.
I'm going to put on "See Emily Play" as a tribute.