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PostPosted: Sun Jul 15, 2012 11:50 am 
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Billy Bragg & Wilco at the mo.

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Bought the new Bat for Lashes album and the new Soundgarden album. Going to try and resist the John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John Christmas album (with special guests) but might splash out on the new live albums from Zeppelin and AC DC.

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'The 2nd Law' by Muse.
I still think they sound too much like Queen, but this new album is okay stuff as prog rock.

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Didn't realise Muse had a new album out - will have to get it as I have all their stuff (even though the Queenisms jar at times).

I'm revisiting The Damned's 'Black Album' and 'Strawberries' ahead of a gig this Friday. 'The Black Album' is probably my favourite. Can't revisit any others as I don't have them on CD.

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The Damned - great band. Have you heard their latest one, 'So Who's Paranoid?' Excellent album.

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StevePalmer wrote:
The Damned - great band. Have you heard their latest one, 'So Who's Paranoid?' Excellent album.


I should get hold of it really. I enjoyed the album before it. Support this Friday are The Dickies which is bound to add up to a lot of fun.

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Finally got round to getting a copy of Porcupine Tree's "In Absentia" at the weekend which has a bonus disk included. The main disk has a couple of my favourite PT songs on it, especially "The Sound of Muzac".

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I'm listening to "Blonde" by Coeur de Pirate. If you're a fan of French songstresses (French Canadian in this case) then give it a whirl.

Also listening to French singer Emilie Simon's "The Big Machine" which includes songs with lyrics penned by Graham Joyce (similar to Kate Bush vocally).

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Ian H wrote:
Finally got round to getting a copy of Porcupine Tree's "In Absentia" at the weekend which has a bonus disk included. The main disk has a couple of my favourite PT songs on it, especially "The Sound of Muzac".

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Great band before they headed into cod-metal and became a laughing stock. Oh for the days of the '90s.

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Andrew Hook wrote:
Also listening to French singer Emilie Simon's "The Big Machine" which includes songs with lyrics penned by Graham Joyce (similar to Kate Bush vocally).


You might like Beck Sian's new album, which, ahem, I engineered and co-produced. She's a cousin of KB but very much has her own style and vision.

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StevePalmer wrote:
Andrew Hook wrote:
Also listening to French singer Emilie Simon's "The Big Machine" which includes songs with lyrics penned by Graham Joyce (similar to Kate Bush vocally).


You might like Beck Sian's new album, which, ahem, I engineered and co-produced. She's a cousin of KB but very much has her own style and vision.


Looks interesting - I'll check it out!

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Not listened to it, but thinking of buying the new Bowie album - anyone bought it already and what do they think?

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LL's "Say What " from the Deep Blue Sea soundtrack. Thankfully I can listen to music in the office.

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So far to me the Bowie album sounds a lot like Hours... with a more interesting guitarist, but I've barely got to know it yet.

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(I liked Hours... a lot.)

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