for this Morrisons, then?
I want the Space Dinosaur.
Looking forward to this ever so. Got it saved on my offline playlists on my spotify/HTC for tomorrow's commute...
You & Me is the tits.
I did enjoy this, though.
will give it another spin sometime.
A bit boring.
they are starting to jar. Used to love 'em.
Only heard Fuck Buttons, Four Tet, Errors and Blood Red Shoes. Best crack on. Except Kate Nash. I think she's a bit crap.
to stop the tides of Bumford fans sweeping us into the lake. Insane. Mark Watson's amiable derision of those leaving his set in the comedy tent to watch Bumford was brilliant, "look at her go, she's well Mumford".
It was letting me do it before 9am, which was nice.
I like it but I can't think when I will be in the mood to listen to it more than, oh, once a month. Impulsive purchases based on singles be damned. Its like I'm 14 again.
I love going to RT.
work PLUS Stereophonics fans. Gahhh.
If its half as good as Sea Lion I will probably wet myself.
I'll try not to.
from the boards!
that Lust for Life video (hardcore) was a, erm, surprise.
A friend has been banging on about this for ages.
This isn't the BBC website.
considering its complete omission by Rough Trade :)
that they end it with, "I am probably right too."
Words fail me.
with previous albums? AC have been lauded by critics for ages but its only now that you'll hear them in HMV wheareas, well, Paramore were on a Guitar Hero game, which, as we know, is the real measure of success these days :/
at the Joiners in September...
Two dates at 10 years eh!
never seen this before, thanks.
I'm looking forward to this so much. Roll on payday. Got Some is so fucking good.
or ever, in fact.
I like Wraithlike too. The rest is pretty pish :(
And I was really disappointed by Marnie Stern. More so by her sleaze of a basis, who decided that she'd encourage sexist views of herself and her pal. CLEVER.
I've quit downloading now, it just makes me feel like a bastard. I know people who have a ridiculous amount of music on their laptops etc but how much of it do they actually listen to? There was a good interview on here with Geologist from Animal Collective and he made a great point that an album you don't like can be a lot easier to return to if you have a physical copy, otherwise you just forget about it as it becomes submerged into all the other mp3s on your pc.
People complain about the deluge of shite (Fratellis, Hoosiers etc etc) but if people didn't gorge themselves so much then this gash wouldn't get made.
Another good piece.
I can never remember the order of the verses to that song.
interesting review. Ten is a pretty bizarre album in context but I still love it. Listened to Vs yesterday and the anger is much better than the earnestness.
To be fair, Eddie Vedder was pretty fucked up for most of the nineties.
not so sure about the review. Half of it is about the cover!
Last time I checked an opinion was an opinion, not a fact.
but the live renditions of the new songs at Latitude were just dull and Into The Chaos (the only finished track I've got from Radio Wars) is ok but nothing special.
The first album was haunting but all the signs point to this being watered down.
Lots of bands write good b-sides that get pushed off albums. This doesn't mean they have to resurface like this a la Arcade Fire. It was a better song before (and it had a different name).
Intimacy is my favourite Bloc Party album. Most consistent imo.