put them on in london last october and they were true gents.
brian's got a phd in ducks..
they were better when they weren't major label..
but still technically english correct..
if the extra discs had been better compiled, with some kind of semblance of thought, these could have been much better..
the ok computer extra disc is awful - half the b-sides, a couple of remixes and a live show all whacked on one cd..
cutting the astoria show into pieces is also pretty cheap - there's so much content from this band - some great bbc performances across all albums but I imagine EMI were too cheap to clear them and only went with material they already owned.
but zero is good
whats going on there? are they on hiatus? are they recording?
about dance mother that i might eat my own mother
predictions have been halfed on original ships..
won't sell as well as the last one..
or the second half?
the fiery furnaces won it for me..
i like the 2nd third..
would have been cool to see some more of those bits..
50k in UK - pretty impressive in current climate.
Also it means that they are now able to repackage all their pre 1971 decca recordings (owned by Universal).
And there is also the Oldham connection..
well then you are a fool jaimerandall..
it is great. this album has had some great vids..
can't wait for this album..
Neon Neon will def get a nomination I would have though.
I don't get all the Untrue hype - I thought the album was very patchy.
I'd like to see MIA get it but would love The Accidental album to get a nom.
A) Super Furry Animals.
Long may they reign