Discussion in 'Music' started by Scarby, Oct 9, 2005.
Dead 60s Dead Kennedys
Be All You Want Me to Be-Morning Runner Ringway to Seatac-The Wedding Present Damn this Foolish Heart-Stellastarr Evil-Interpol The Leavers Dance-The Veils Kettles-The Arcade Fire The Hardest Walk-The Jesus and Mary Chain One Easy Ship Away-Six By Seven Christine-The House of Love Bullets-The Deditors Listened to on a wet,miserable,highland autumn night....
hello, i've been expecting you sing when you're winning escapology life through a lens swing when you're winning....
There is no doubting that the guy is a scrote, but I do enjoy some of his music, that's all.
fair enough mk but you dont have to declare it on here do you i never mentioned about my steps album ... d'oh
But its not as if we didn't expect it is it Lazzer?He's no doubt got some Right Said Fred blaring out now as we speak...
The Stone Roses self-titled debut. I heard this cracking Arcade Fire song I forgot the name but refers children and goes on between 6-9 minutes.
It's a very good album,the song in question maybe 'Tunnels'.
He has still never quite got over the demise of the London Boys - plays their album on loop, so he does.
He does still go to see a few 'London Boys' occassionally though,mostly in the Kings Cross area.....
The only track on their current album that lasts over 6 minutes is In The Backseat, but it doesn't refer to children. Best track on the album in my opinion, is Rebellion (lies), which talks about sons and daughters, maybe that's the one you heard
Thanks everyone for the advice. It was one mother of a song, absolutely brilliant. Whats the name of the album?
The Fairbrass brothers were legendary....
This mornings jukebox will consist of a mixture from: Sigur Rós - Taak Yo La Tengo - Summer Sun Van Morrison - Moondance Motown Remixed - Various Wilco - Summerteeth Sugar - File Under Easy Listening
Arcade Fire are fecking awesome! "Neighborhood - Tunnels" mentions naming children could be that one, lasts about 4-5mins I think. First song on their album "Funeral". If you like that then I recommend their self titled EP as well some cracking songs on that. I've been going through my CD collection listening to albums I've not heard for ages. Its been emotional. I'm listening to British Sea Power at the moment, but recently its been a lot of Stevie Wonder (Songs In the Key of Life, Innervisions, Talking Book & Songbook), Marvin Gaye (Whats Going On? & Here, My Dear), Futureheads, Tom McRae and a load of funk/soul albums, compliations mostly.
Pink Floyd-The Division Bell
I bought Arcade Fire's Funeral, its brilliant. All I can say. I also bought The Postal Service's album Give Up, a long-time favourite but I needed it in the CD collection.
Nirvana - Nevermind. Classic.
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