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    Not really an album post but thought older music lovers would be interested in this.

    Lou Ottens who invented the cassette tape and helped develop CD's has died, aged 94.

    i still have cassettes that are pretty vital to me and even the ones I've digitised I keep hold of.

    https://www.npr.org/2021/03/10/97559...=1615413841318

    Nice documentary on Lou's invention. Still some love for the cassette amongst the youth as well.

    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt4236310/


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kato View Post
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    Not really an album post but thought older music lovers would be interested in this.

    Lou Ottens who invented the cassette tape and helped develop CD's has died, aged 94.

    i still have cassettes that are pretty vital to me and even the ones I've digitised I keep hold of.

    https://www.npr.org/2021/03/10/97559...=1615413841318

    Nice documentary on Lou's invention. Still some love for the cassette amongst the youth as well.

    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt4236310/
    I never had that many but I got rid of them years back, with the exception of C86 which I still have. Nowt to play it on though.

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    Two fabulous new albums released today:

    Lvndmarks - Lost in a Wave
    ERRA - ERRA

    The second could easily be my album of the year already. It's absolutely sublime.
    Madness, as you know, is a lot like gravity. All it takes is a little push.

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    Braw - A Few Miles More was released today. For fans of The Proclaimers, Tide Lines etc. Guitarist is a good Hibby too.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylar View Post
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    Two fabulous new albums released today:

    Lvndmarks - Lost in a Wave
    ERRA - ERRA

    The second could easily be my album of the year already. It's absolutely sublime.
    Gonna give the Erra one a listen, hearing good things about them.

    did you catch the new Northlane song? Some mix between catchy and heavy as ****

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    Just ordered the Dinked archive version of 'Rolling Blackouts' by The Go! Team. The Dinked archive has some fabulous releases in it, comes on a picture disc, includes a picture disc 7" of non album tracks, a signed poster, an exclusive Dinked obi-strip and an exclusive dinked gold sticker seal on it. Limited to 500 copies.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Northernhibee View Post
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    Just ordered the Dinked archive version of 'Rolling Blackouts' by The Go! Team. The Dinked archive has some fabulous releases in it, comes on a picture disc, includes a picture disc 7" of non album tracks, a signed poster, an exclusive Dinked obi-strip and an exclusive dinked gold sticker seal on it. Limited to 500 copies.
    Now there’s a live band that always out a smoke on faces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dalianwanda View Post
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    Now there’s a live band that always out a smoke on faces.
    The Go! Team are very anti cigarettes, you're quite right


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    Quote Originally Posted by Northernhibee View Post
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    The Go! Team are very anti cigarettes, you're quite right
    oops.....spell check smile!! Quite weird, it actually had me go listen to Goat...A psychedelic version but similarly uplifting live

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dalianwanda View Post
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    oops.....spell check smile!! Quite weird, it actually had me go listen to Goat...A psychedelic version but similarly uplifting live
    I've also been a spendthrift and bought the Dinked version of Girl Friday's album. Local record store has a sale on some Dinked releases (Girl Friday, Kindness, The Phoenix Project) and I love me some Dinked records.


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    The Snuts who I have mentioned several times on this board as the Dad of one of the band is an ex colleague and friend have reached number one. Tremendous achievement for them, first Scottish band in fourteen years to reach number one with their debut album.

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    The Snuts who I have mentioned several times on this board as the Dad of one of the band is an ex colleague and friend have reached number one. Tremendous achievement for them, first Scottish band in fourteen years to reach number one with their debut album.
    The album is a decent listen 👍 I seen them live over 4 years ago (I think) and they were very, very good. Things about to get serious for the lads!

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    The new Teenage Fanclub album is excellent. Possibly my favourite album of theirs, other than Bandwagonesque.

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    Loving the new Jello Biafra and The Guantanamo School of Medicine album "Tea Party Revenge Porn"

    Typical blistering attack on American politics, culture and values that should be expected from anything Jello is involved in.

    Where previous albums form this group have leaned towards the the more industrial side of his prior work, think Lard, this one is more reminiscent of the Dead Kennedys later stuff, I felt.
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    Not exactly new, but recently purchased.

    Last night's vinyl was Looper, Offgrid:Offline blue vinyl and Frightened Rabbit, Tiny Changes.
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    McCartney 3 was a decent album there is now a reimagined version now which is also well worth a listen.

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    New Weller Album, Fat pop, arrived earlier, listening through it now and I like it. Another new sound tried, love him or loathe him got to give him credit for trying something new on each album. He’s been prolific the last decade or so.

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    New Dropkick Murphys album "turn up that dial" is a pretty decent one after a few listens.
    A band that I loved mid 90s after they delivered some great singles and a couple of top notch street punk albums before they tried too hard to be a punk version of the pogues.
    These days I just dip in and out of there new albums but this one has been quite a good listen.



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    Coral Island - The Coral

    Very good they know how to write a decent tune.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patch1875 View Post
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    Coral Island - The Coral

    Very good they know how to write a decent tune.
    I just gave it a listen and, yes, it's a nice album.

    You wouldn't know they were from Merseyside though. More Los Angeles in their singing voice than Liverpool unfortunately!
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    Not an album, rather an EP:

    Of Mice & Men - Bloom.

    I thought they lost their way a little bit with EarthandSky but their 2 EPs they've released this year have been off-the-scale good.
    Madness, as you know, is a lot like gravity. All it takes is a little push.

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    Lorraine James new album Reflection is a stunner https://thequietus.com/articles/3004...lection-review

    Sunny Jain album is filling my head with thoughts of sunny sunday festival performances (close as I'll get this year as only booked for autumn/winter ones) https://thequietus.com/articles/3005...ix-rise-review
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    Du Blonde - Homecoming

    Liking this

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