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    Really enjoying Wet Leg
    "...when Hibs won the Scottish Cup final and that celebration, Sunshine on Leith? I don’t think there’s a better football celebration ever in the game.”

    Sir Alex Ferguson


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    The mysterines album

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    Fire Doesn't Grow On Trees by The Brian Jonestown Massacre. Tremendous.

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    Patience in Presence by Celebration Summer. Absolutely brilliant melodic punk album with a sound similar to Leatherface, hot water music and tiltwheel. My favourite of the year so far.

    https://youtu.be/ByymGX45Pgo

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    Not a new album by any means, but one that I have liberated from my sister's loft.

    Maximum Darkness by Man, recorded live at The Roundhouse in 1975.

    Smell that patchouli 😚

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    Maximum Darkness by Man, recorded live at The Roundhouse in 1975.
    Saw Man (or what remains of them) in Kinross in 2019!

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    Saw Man (or what remains of them) in Kinross in 2019!
    Had no idea they were still around 😄

    What are they now? Half Man, Half something else?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CropleyWasGod View Post
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    What are they now? Half Man, Half something else?
    Still called Man.

    From the band that played on Maximum Darkness, only Martin Ace remains in the band (below, right).
    Also in the band now is Malcolm Morley, who was part of the Rhinos, Winos and Lunatics (a truly great album) version of the band in 1974.

    Terry Williams had brief success with Dire Straits, and has seemingly retired. Micky Jones and Deke Leonard have both sadly died.
    John Cippollina (Quicksilver Messenger Service) also guested on Maximum Darkness, and he has also died.

    See these artists while you can.


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    Dapper bass player.

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    New Electric Callboy album dropped today - Tekkno - perfect blend of heavy, silly, fun and breakdowns for days.

    Also new Devil Wears Prada album today - Color Decay - these guys continue to improve with age - I love their earlier, heavy deathcore albums but they've evolved to build in so many layers and melodies. This is a stunning album.
    Madness, as you know, is a lot like gravity. All it takes is a little push.

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    I'm on an oldie that I managed to get hold of after years of wanting it. Battle hymns for the recluse youth by Tiltwheel. It's from 1996 but spotted it on eBay and managed to get it. First time I've ever seen it in the wild.
    Absolutely love it, melodic hardcore punk.

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    My wife subscribes to Last Night From Glasgow.

    Here are the most recent albums we have got.


    The Sweetheart Revue - Good News, Bad News
    BMX Bandits- Life Goes On
    Susan Bear - Alter
    Album Club - Laurieston
    Trashcan Sinatras- Weightlifting
    St Dukes- St Dukes
    Hifi Sean & David McAlmont- Happy Ending
    Port Sulphur - Speed of Life
    The Poems - Young America
    Nicol and Elliott - Three EPs
    Medicine Men- A Different Port
    Life Model - Lost on Weekdays, Lonely on Sunday
    Last Night From Glasgow - Isolation Sessions (March and April 2020)
    Close Lobster - Post Neo Anti Arte Povera In The Forest of Symbols

    Very varied bunch
    There is no such thing as too much yarn, just not enough time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moulin Yarns View Post
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    My wife subscribes to Last Night From Glasgow.

    Here are the most recent albums we have got.


    The Sweetheart Revue - Good News, Bad News
    BMX Bandits- Life Goes On
    Susan Bear - Alter
    Album Club - Laurieston
    Trashcan Sinatras- Weightlifting
    St Dukes- St Dukes
    Hifi Sean & David McAlmont- Happy Ending
    Port Sulphur - Speed of Life
    The Poems - Young America
    Nicol and Elliott - Three EPs
    Medicine Men- A Different Port
    Life Model - Lost on Weekdays, Lonely on Sunday
    Last Night From Glasgow - Isolation Sessions (March and April 2020)
    Close Lobster - Post Neo Anti Arte Povera In The Forest of Symbols

    Very varied bunch
    Last Night From Glasgow are doing a fantastic job. That’s a great list.
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by Moulin Yarns View Post
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    My wife subscribes to Last Night From Glasgow.

    Here are the most recent albums we have got.


    The Sweetheart Revue - Good News, Bad News
    BMX Bandits- Life Goes On
    Susan Bear - Alter
    Album Club - Laurieston
    Trashcan Sinatras- Weightlifting
    St Dukes- St Dukes
    Hifi Sean & David McAlmont- Happy Ending
    Port Sulphur - Speed of Life
    The Poems - Young America
    Nicol and Elliott - Three EPs
    Medicine Men- A Different Port
    Life Model - Lost on Weekdays, Lonely on Sunday
    Last Night From Glasgow - Isolation Sessions (March and April 2020)
    Close Lobster - Post Neo Anti Arte Povera In The Forest of Symbols

    Very varied bunch
    Weightlifting is a brilliant album. Shame everything the Trashcans have done since has been bland pish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moulin Yarns View Post
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    My wife subscribes to Last Night From Glasgow.

    Here are the most recent albums we have got.


    The Sweetheart Revue - Good News, Bad News
    BMX Bandits- Life Goes On
    Susan Bear - Alter
    Album Club - Laurieston
    Trashcan Sinatras- Weightlifting
    St Dukes- St Dukes
    Hifi Sean & David McAlmont- Happy Ending
    Port Sulphur - Speed of Life
    The Poems - Young America
    Nicol and Elliott - Three EPs
    Medicine Men- A Different Port
    Life Model - Lost on Weekdays, Lonely on Sunday
    Last Night From Glasgow - Isolation Sessions (March and April 2020)
    Close Lobster - Post Neo Anti Arte Povera In The Forest of Symbols

    Very varied bunch
    Love David McAlmont. What's the album like?

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    Tim Burgess’ new album is quite quirky, but on first couple of listens I think I like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CropleyWasGod View Post
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    Love David McAlmont. What's the album like?
    Sorry, just noticed this.

    Only had a couple of listens but it's good, I think it's a bit different to mcAlmont and Butler.
    There is no such thing as too much yarn, just not enough time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moulin Yarns View Post
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    Sorry, just noticed this.

    Only had a couple of listens but it's good, I think it's a bit different to mcAlmont and Butler.
    McAlmont could sing the phone book to me,and I'd be happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CropleyWasGod View Post
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    McAlmont could sing the phone book to me,and I'd be happy.
    Listened to it again on Sunday (telly free day in our house) and it's very good. Soul and funk is how I would describe it.
    There is no such thing as too much yarn, just not enough time.

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    New 2022 version of Dexys classic album Too-Rye-Ay. Don't notice a huge difference from the original but it sounds amazing. Complete with rarities and remixed gig from 1982 if you like that sort of add-on

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiber-nation View Post
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    New 2022 version of Dexys classic album Too-Rye-Ay. Don't notice a huge difference from the original but it sounds amazing. Complete with rarities and remixed gig from 1982 if you like that sort of add-on
    Been listening. Sounds like he's boosted the bass and softened the horns. There are also slight differences in instrumentation and a lot more separation.

    A great and underrated album with no weak songs. Looking forward to getting used to this new version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kato View Post
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    Been listening. Sounds like he's boosted the bass and softened the horns. There are also slight differences in instrumentation and a lot more separation.

    A great and underrated album with no weak songs. Looking forward to getting used to this new version.

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    Yeah, I wondered what to expect given his track record but it's perfect really.

    Liars A to E is the one that gets me every time....I'm back in the Autumn of 1982 again and I wish I could stay there

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    Loving the newish album from Working Mans Club https://workingmensclub.bandcamp.com/album/fear-fear was over in Sheffield last week at a festival & they put on a great set on the Sunday night. If you fancy a bit of electro/synthpop they are well worth a listen, catchy!

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    Yeah Yeah Yeah’s Cool It Down is top notch.

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