General Discussion: A music thread & utube links for gheys who have a blog & think they are cool but are actually nan kids with no mates or bird.


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SOS
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6483 posts since 12/10/04

28 Aug 2008 09:39
Radio was doing me in this morning on the way to work (as usual same bullshit chat and repeat songs) and then I dropped onto classical. Was about to fly past as usual when I noticed they were playing fellowship of the rings and I LOVED IT! Just ordered me the full soundtrack.
misled
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4321 posts since 3/1/02

28 Aug 2008 09:54
Paolo G wrote: Anyone hook me up or link me to any OMD? Greatest hits or something would be good. Cheers.

check pm's (if you don't already have it)
EssexBoyII
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6953 posts since 5/6/07

28 Aug 2008 11:07
Again, I don't understand how people didn't think that A Weekend In The City is a fucking amazing album. Didn't match the best moments from Silent Alarm but was still definitely up there. From the new album so far, I've heard Halo - classic BP, great track, Ares - Unusual, will probably be a grower, love the subject matter and One Day Off - not incredible
D4N
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3070 posts since 27/9/06

28 Aug 2008 16:36
A weekend in the city is the worst of the three in my opinion it has a few excellent tracks but mostly fillers.
Silent Alarm is incredible and intimacy is inbetween, Halo, Trojan Horse and One Month Off are classics. Also check out all the B-sides if you can/haven't already Eye-wink
EssexBoyII
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6953 posts since 5/6/07

28 Aug 2008 21:22
Evil There is no filler!!! Smiling

So Here We Are was filler in my eyes
mbs
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4350 posts since 28/7/06

29 Aug 2008 19:10
28 August 2008
The new EP from Marc Almond, entitled Brel Extras, is to be released on Monday 1 September. The six track CD features three brand new studio recordings (If You Go Away, The Desperate Ones and Amsterdam), two remastered live recordings of The Devil (Okay) and If You Go Away and, for the first time ever on CD, the 1984 fan club flexi version of My Death. The CD is a strictly limited edition and will only be available from the Shop area of this website from Monday morning while stocks last.
Noble Locks
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66963 posts since 10/7/03

29 Aug 2008 19:12
what website mate?
mbs
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4350 posts since 28/7/06

29 Aug 2008 19:12
oh..his fanwebsite

www.marcalmond.co.uk ??
San
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10493 posts since 14/11/05

30 Aug 2008 12:25
Currently listening to Gilles Peterson's breakfast show he did on Radio 1 over the bank holiday. Think you ought to listen again as its proper Cool
wellworn
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831 posts since 6/7/02

30 Aug 2008 12:56
what's the cheapest site for downloads? looking to make myself a 'dad/driving' rock playlist Oops, but the cds you can get never have all the trackls on i want.
t_dot
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6087 posts since 1/8/05

30 Aug 2008 12:58
didnt know anyone actually paid for music these days
Greggle
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583 posts since 21/1/05

1 Sep 2008 16:50
anyone know where i can find Erol Alkan's mix from Pukkelpop this year? I've found a couple of others but not his…

Thanks
aitch
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8923 posts since 19/8/07

2 Sep 2008 15:35
MSTRKRFT Essential Mix

Been listening to this loads over the last few days. Bit of Radio One spam in there every now and then though.
velvet
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9550 posts since 12/6/06

2 Sep 2008 15:37
Greggle wrote: anyone know where i can find Erol Alkan's mix from Pukkelpop this year? I've found a couple of others but not his…

Thanks

have you got the Boyz Noize pukkelpop?
Protege Moi
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5460 posts since 15/11/02

2 Sep 2008 16:07
EssexBoyII wrote: Evil There is no filler!!! Smiling

So Here We Are was filler in my eyes

Agreed, absolutely adore A Weekend in the City. I prefer it to Silent Alarm. Its a more intimate, subtle album full of heartfelt tunes that imo are written to sound more mature and build to a strong sounding finish so that the album delibarately sounds different in style to Silent Alarm. Uniform and I Still Remember are my favorite BP tracks.
smith
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11057 posts since 5/5/04

2 Sep 2008 16:12
I like this

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j8BHL5SWX0Q&hl=en&fs=1
Ruben
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10775 posts since 2/7/03

2 Sep 2008 16:22
I'd had enough of Skinner a long time ago, thought he was brilliant at Exit though. Think he might have played this track.
Noble Locks
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66963 posts since 10/7/03

2 Sep 2008 16:28
skinner will always be calssed as a brilliant working class poet, but hes got to much wedge now and seems like a piss take when hes doing tracks about reposession on one hand and then about the ozone layer on the other…make your mind up who your fans are mike, fifi and peaches or vicky and sarah, you cant ave both guy.
FrIEND
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13648 posts since 27/11/03

2 Sep 2008 16:29
I dont like his music but I do like his video's.
Greggle
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583 posts since 21/1/05

2 Sep 2008 17:03
famez wrote:
Greggle wrote: anyone know where i can find Erol Alkan's mix from Pukkelpop this year? I've found a couple of others but not his…

Thanks

have you got the Boyz Noize pukkelpop?

Yeh, got Simian Mobile Disco too, from here
http://soundcollector.blogspot.com/2008/08/pukkelpop-2008.html

Still can't find Erol Alkan's though Puzzled