researching the history of rhode island, I'd be a lot happier!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hope I get on better with this.
Supegrass - In it for the money
Squarepusher - Hard Normal Daddy
Autechre - Chiastic Slide
Photek - Modus Operandi
Morphine - Like Swimming
Lard - Pure Chewing Satisfaction
Godflesh - Love and Hate in Dub
ps - don't worry about me: I drink very responsibly!
Modus Operandi was 1997 by the way, not 2008.
Antiques Roadshow: best song either of them have ever done. I'm a big fan of 'hello Mr Ghost' too.
That's a shame.
if it's got four tracks, then that counts as an ep.
I'd have to buy this album just for it's title.
and was hosted by Tony Wilson? I liked that.
Wasn't expecting Roots Manuva - quite looking forward to seeing him, I think.
Earth Peoples summit of 2436, action: 'to note'.
Looking forward to seeing them live again soon.
The rest of the album: not so much.
is very very very nearly as good as Illinois
Couldn't agree more about Neon lights: it is absolutely stunning. Spacelab is almost as good too.
who actually use ratings properly.
People seem to think that 7 = average these days. When pretty much every album reviewed by a site is being marked in the 6 - 8 range you know something's up.
would probably be my favourite album of all time. Listening to this whilst on the Eurostar heading to France for the first time was pretty much the best thing I've ever done.
If anyone falls in love with the LFO-era stuff after listening to this, can I recommend this amazing comp:
I think I've reached the point in my life where I don't actually need any more sonic youth albums.
Sorry sonic youth.
Amend the factual error in this item and we won't mention it again.
Like marking down Public Enemy because of Limp Bizkit.
Or at least, when you play London, don't play on a Monday. Boo.
Jammed in my head for months.
Also good to see that Mark Arm now looks like a cross between Pieces of Demon Reece and Sadpunk.