so it had better be fucking good.
loads of people have a Rival Schools t-shirt. I know I do, though I haven't worn it in 6 years.
They were never that popular were they? Or were they?
He doesn't deserve it, I think listening to a cat vomit for three hours straight and then being shot through the head would be more entertaining.
I like them a lot.
some UN Peacekeepers.
Big Star put out a best of featuring their first two albums. None of you complained about that, did you? Eh? Eh?
Kennington loser! Ha...wait a minute.
Jack Names The Planets
Girl From Mars
Burn Baby Burn
(admittedly all but one of those is from 12/13 years ago).
I really want it to be true. However, I'm sure I saw something last week or the week before when Alex was being interviewed and he said not to "hold your breath" for a new Blur album.
I guess things'll become clearer as time goes by. As long as Graham's involved I'm happy.
As I was 14/15 when Definitely Maybe and Morning Glory came out, and was just properly getting into music.
I think if I had reached that age a couple of years later, say when Be Here Now was released, I wouldn't see what the fuss was about. For me it's a time and place thing. Those albums (and Different Class, The Bends and Parklife) will always remind me of being that age and having a great time.
I 100% agree with you.
but it's fantastic.
more of the fish man? I ike him.
that they were rubbish.
but I liked Celebration Castle. At the same time I didn't think was groundbreaking or anything, just "nice".
Looks like it's the same case here. Shame, I had high hopes for it after 1209 Seminary.
This new one better be good.
They were so much better than last year's shows at Koko/ATP. Saint Simon was brilliant on Monday.
I think Turn On Me might be a single as well. It should be in any case.
I really like the new single though.
I bought it sometime around Christmas but never really listened to it.
It's pretty good.
Do you reckon he attaches a biro to the end of his guitar so he can write with it too?
I was just going to mention Guthrie.
Those plans for a drummer cloning centre are going to have to be sped up.
this is the first time Micah has left. Shame though.
I sincerely mean that, plus I want to prove that I do actually read the news pages.
I like having a CD/record in its physical form. I like getting it home, putting it on and thumbing through the booklet and the thankyou notes while I listen to it.
I want to be able to lend it to people, and to look at it 10 years after I bought it and have memories of when I listened to it first come back to me.
39/Smooth and the 1,000 Hours and Slappy EPs.
Something to look forward to in January to brighten up the grey wintry days.
Don't like the album title much though.
Arcade Fire only at 37?
Glad to see The Radio Dept featuring.
Arcade Fire - Funeral
Interpol - Turn On The Bright Lights
The Shins - Oh, Inverted World
New Pornographers - Twin Cinema
The Radio Dept - Lesser Matters
Electrelane - The Power Out
Subject to change within the next five minutes.
but I think U2 do actually have enough material for a decent best-of.
of the Ian MacKaye Embrace. That would be horrifazing.
Songs of Praise is a brilliant album.
the version of Time on this.
I want it now. You know the music industry Sean, surely you can speed it up a bit?
Whenever it comes out, it should be good though. They played a few new songs at ATP and Koko and they sound great.