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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 Mcartneyís new album

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    Orbital, Monsters Exist. Hoo Hoo Ha Ha should come with a health warning itís 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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    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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    Phil Cook - "People Are My Drugs" - never heard of the guy before, his latest album release is terrific, as is "Southland Mission" from 2015 ....
    .... Die spinnen, die Briten ....

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    Liking Richard Ashcroft new album.

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    The amazing snakeheads.lead singer died last month with brain cancer.excellent album.

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    The re release of Primal Scream's Give Out But Don't Give Up original Memphis sessions is much better than the one originally released, well worth a listen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wpj View Post
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    The re release of Primal Scream's Give Out But Don't Give Up original Memphis sessions is much better than the one originally released, well worth a listen.
    Loved the original. Has it been remixed, or is it different versions of the original?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CropleyWasGod View Post
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    Loved the original. Has it been remixed, or is it different versions of the original?

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    It's the original recording with Tom Dowd producing and the Memphis Horns playing. Primal Scream re recorded a lot of it and the original lay untouched until now. Much more soulful, also a 2nd CD of "extras" which are interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wpj View Post
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    It's the original recording with Tom Dowd producing and the Memphis Horns playing. Primal Scream re recorded a lot of it and the original lay untouched until now. Much more soulful, also a 2nd CD of "extras" which are interesting.
    Ah I get you. The one that was released isn't the original.

    Scribbles on Christmas list....

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    Liking Richard Ashcroft new album.
    Softer than his former stuff. He's a bit of an idiot but what the hell!

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    Softer than his former stuff. He's a bit of an idiot but what the hell!

    Heís far from being an idiot. 🙄 Tells it how it is for me. Some people donít like that but I find it refreshing.

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    New Ian Brown song out ahead of his album in March. Not anything groundbreaking, and in his comfort zone but I like it. Video is good too, a nod to his F.E.A.R video.

    https://youtu.be/YMRYIRnVhlE

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    Advance copy of Holy Hell by Architects.

    Already a contender for album of the year on the third playthrough. It's ferocious.

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    Currently enjoying these two think they have been out a few months.

    The Voidz- Virtue

    Parquet Courts - Wide Awake

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Modfather View Post
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    New Ian Brown song out ahead of his album in March. Not anything groundbreaking, and in his comfort zone but I like it. Video is good too, a nod to his F.E.A.R video.

    https://youtu.be/YMRYIRnVhlE
    Stll no stone Roses music? Mani must be wishing he had stayed with Primal Scream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylar View Post
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    Advance copy of Holy Hell by Architects.

    Already a contender for album of the year on the third playthrough. It's ferocious.
    Itís so good man, so heavy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylar View Post
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    Advance copy of Holy Hell by Architects.

    Already a contender for album of the year on the third playthrough. It's ferocious.
    Is that what you young whippersnappers call music these days! Itís just shouty noise.

    Only joking, itís not for me but sure my musical tastes are the same to you.

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    The re release of Primal Scream's Give Out But Don't Give Up original Memphis sessions is much better than the one originally released, well worth a listen.
    I agree, I really like this version.

    Went along to Assai record shop on Thursday afternoon there, Bobby Gillespie was interviewed by Vic Galloway and then did a Q&A and signed records. It was a brilliant hour or so. He pretty much admitted that they didn't have the conviction to stick with their original vision. The record was intended to be a bit of a downer after Screamadelica and they were desperate to work with Dowd due to their respect for his work.

    But they started messing with his mix almost immediately. Alan McGee never got what they were going for and thought it was too dull, not modern enough basically. Bobby said they took on board McGee's feedback and agreed to work with the new producer, George Drakoulis. He felt this was vindicated by the commercial success but the vision they started with was totally lost.

    Such an interesting guy, could've listened to him talk about music for hours!

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