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    Quote Originally Posted by hibsbollah View Post
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    Johnny Marrs 'The Messenger' isn't released until January but I've just heard the title track and it's magnificent
    another track, album shaping up nicely

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t3JNQpYJ-Xc

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    Rolled Up 20s debut album. Cracking listen. Even better live.

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    Managed to get a hold of Sempiternal by Bring Me The Horizon early (think it's scheduled for release end of March/beginning of April) and it's brilliant!

    Still find it a bit odd hearing Shadow Moses being played on occasion on Radio but it's nice to hear a heavy rock band dissecting the mass of infinite indie/R&B/dance crap which dominates the airwaves.
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    Bastille - Bad Blood.

    Thank god I herd the Weight of Living on Fifa 13 !

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    Also Bastille. Saw them at Camden Crawl last year and the album has lived up to expectations.

    Also Imagine Dragons album is really good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CallumLaidlaw View Post
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    Also Bastille. Saw them at Camden Crawl last year and the album has lived up to expectations.

    Also Imagine Dragons album is really good.
    Was just going to mention imagine dragons, radioactive is a brilliant song and there other stuff is quality.
    Also, biffy is worth a listen.

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    Also Bastille. Saw them at Camden Crawl last year and the album has lived up to expectations.

    Also Imagine Dragons album is really good.
    I herd Imagine Dragons on Fifa 13 as well! I'll need to look into ordering their album from Amazon

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    Quote Originally Posted by CallumLaidlaw View Post
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    Also Bastille. Saw them at Camden Crawl last year and the album has lived up to expectations.

    Also Imagine Dragons album is really good.
    Imagine Dragons album is class
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    Push the Sky Away, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds showing how it should be done.......again.
    Every gimmick hungry yob,
    Digging gold from rock and roll
    Grabs the mic to tell us,
    He'll die before he's sold.

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    Steve Earle`s new album `The Low Highway` is arguably his best yet.

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    I must be getting old! I've heard of about 10% of the bands mentioned on this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUTCHYHIBBY View Post
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    I must be getting old! I've heard of about 10% of the bands mentioned on this thread.
    I'm liking the debut album by Concrete Knives at the moment!

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    Quote Originally Posted by churchy View Post
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    Steve Earle`s new album `The Low Highway` is arguably his best yet.
    Strong words...I'm off for a listen.

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    British Sea Powers new album got great reviews and their last 4 albums have been superb too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HibbyCal View Post
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    Not all new but the following are deffinitely getting constant play just now.

    Sleeping With Sirens - If You Were A Movie, This Would Be Your Soundtrack
    Musically, I think Sleeping With Sirens are excellent - I cannot stand his vocals though!!!!

    Mallory Knox's debut album Signals is sensational
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    Not necessarily "new" albums but I've had three on repeat for a few weeks now:

    Chasing Ghosts - The Amity Affliction
    Crisis - Alexisonfire (rediscovered this the other day - exceptional)
    Dear Agony - Breaking Benjamin
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Story So Far... View Post
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    Musically, I think Sleeping With Sirens are excellent - I cannot stand his vocals though!!!!

    Mallory Knox's debut album Signals is sensational
    Kellins vocals are personally the best i think I've ever heard hhahaa although Oli Sykes on the new BMTH album has nailed it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveHFC View Post
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    Imagine Dragons album is class


    Also loving Macklemore's new album The Heist.

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    Managed to get a hold of Sempiternal by Bring Me The Horizon early (think it's scheduled for release end of March/beginning of April) and it's brilliant!

    Still find it a bit odd hearing Shadow Moses being played on occasion on Radio but it's nice to hear a heavy rock band dissecting the mass of infinite indie/R&B/dance crap which dominates the airwaves.
    Only herd Sleepwalking a few weeks back Absolutely amazing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stranraerhibby View Post
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    Only herd Sleepwalking a few weeks back Absolutely amazing!
    The whole album is outstanding. Can hear the Deftones and Linkin Park influences alot. Empire is a cracking song.

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    The whole album is outstanding. Can hear the Deftones and Linkin Park influences alot. Empire is a cracking song.
    Cheers for that mate I think I'll grab the album!

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    Fans of heavy rock / metal should check out this NZ band who are doing pretty well over here at the minute.

    This song is great IMO




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    Unlike in my youth, I no longer listen to music enough and I've only just "discovered" a group called The Stereophonics (!), their latest album "Graffiti on the Train" is quite excellent, think I'll work my way backwards through their catalogue - I'm also a huge fan of James Hunter and his "Minute by Minute" LP, issued under The James Hunter Six ,is also an interesting development in his career - well worth a listen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HibbyCal View Post
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    The whole album is outstanding. Can hear the Deftones and Linkin Park influences alot. Empire is a cracking song.
    Agreed. It's a bit mellower than both "There Is a Hell..." or "Suicide Seasons" but fantastic nonetheless. They've evolved their sound and it sounds great!

    I've had both Four Year Strong and Senses Fail on repeat a wee bit of late following Slam Dunk - perfect summer music
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    I'm not too keen on the new stuff you hear these days on the transistor radio, and to be fair dont listen to much music these day.

    I saw an advert the other day for a re release of an album i had many years ago, and played it until it wore out.

    Wings live show, wings over america is out again, i downloaded it and its just as good as i remember it. If you liked the band and the album, i'd recommend you get it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackpoolhibs View Post
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    I'm not too keen on the new stuff you hear these days on the transistor radio, and to be fair dont listen to much music these day.

    I saw an advert the other day for a re release of an album i had many years ago, and played it until it wore out.

    Wings live show, wings over america is out again, i downloaded it and its just as good as i remember it. If you liked the band and the album, i'd recommend you get it.
    They're only the band the Beatles could have been!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeeJay View Post
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    Unlike in my youth, I no longer listen to music enough and I've only just "discovered" a group called The Stereophonics (!), their latest album "Graffiti on the Train" is quite excellent, think I'll work my way backwards through their catalogue - I'm also a huge fan of James Hunter and his "Minute by Minute" LP, issued under The James Hunter Six ,is also an interesting development in his career - well worth a listen!
    One of the best bands over the past 12 or so years. Their greatest hits album is brilliant .

    The Tribes have a new album out. Well worth a listen

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    Quote Originally Posted by nonshinyfinish View Post
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    They're only the band the Beatles could have been!
    I was never a beatles fan, before my time. Although i liked a few of the fab fours work, and that was probably the reason it pushed me towards this album. As i said in my last post, i just think its a terrific album, in my opinion M'Cartney's best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackpoolhibs View Post
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    I'm not too keen on the new stuff you hear these days on the transistor radio, and to be fair dont listen to much music these day.

    I saw an advert the other day for a re release of an album i had many years ago, and played it until it wore out.

    Wings live show, wings over america is out again, i downloaded it and its just as good as i remember it. If you liked the band and the album, i'd recommend you get it.
    I've heard of them!

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