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    Blessthefall - Hard Feelings.

    A tad softer than some of their older albums, but that's not a criticism. This album is phenomenal.
    Good album but nothing will top Hollow Bodies by them; that was a truly incredible album.

    Very excited to hear Sylar's new album as well as Silent Planets.

    2 songs into Eminems 'surprise' album and it sounds so far his best work in recent years.


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    The new Idles album. For me it's much better than the last one.

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    Good album but nothing will top Hollow Bodies by them; that was a truly incredible album.

    Very excited to hear Sylar's new album as well as Silent Planets.

    2 songs into Eminems 'surprise' album and it sounds so far his best work in recent years.
    Hope you like it - I worked so hard on that album

    I liked Hollow Bodies, but I probably preferred To Those Left Behind.

    Currently falling in love with my old pop-punk roots with the new Alkaline Trio album - delighted to hear new material from them - Matt Skiba is wasted in Blink-182.

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    Quite like Paul Mcartney’s new album

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    Orbital, Monsters Exist. Hoo Hoo Ha Ha should come with a health warning it’s so addictive.

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    Declan Welsh and the decadent west.

    Have a listen.
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    Think it was out last year but only just found them. The Creases - Tremelow. Loving their album at the minute.

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    The Blue Hour - Suede

    Cheyenne - Conner Youngblood

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    The Blue Hour - Suede

    Cheyenne - Conner Youngblood
    Also..

    Stranger Today - Our Girl

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    If old albums that you've just heard are allowed then I'll go for Kontiki by Cotton Mather. Fabulous pop music, rip-offs galore from the likes of the Beatles, Squeeze, the Byrds and Crowded House amongst others but it works so so well.

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    Wakelines by the criminally underrated Mull Historical Society is excellent.

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    Christine and the Queens - Chris. Toe-tapping stuff.

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    She Drew the Gun - Revolution of Mind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibbyradge View Post
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    She Drew the Gun - Revolution of Mind.
    They had one of my favourite singles of the year last year. Couldn't get into the rest of the album though.

    I'll try them again :)

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