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    just kickin back

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    Great album, she's not as bad as most make out.


    Saw this in Oxfam today and did that pick up-put down thing a few times before deciding not to buy it. Is it one of their better albums and worth a listen?

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    If its in good nick, I`d go back for it Gary, I think its an excellent album
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    Its good that Keef innit. Much more laid back and Shponglesque.

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    Marvelous stuff.

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    PF Pulse on DVD.

    I feel like shit today so having a lazy day in front of the goggle box.

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    Gary, did you catch Pink Floyd plays DSOTM live the other night on SKy Arts channel?

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    No Rocks, we have freeview through our virgin box free of charge so don't think that includes that channel. I refuse to pay a subscription for a load of crap channels we will never ever watch. The freeview channels are enough on their own.

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    My new Gorillaz LP arrived the other day so its getting its first spin its called plastic beach
    BP has left the building

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    just kickin back

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roksoff View Post
    Its good that Keef innit. Much more laid back and Shponglesque.
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    Yup i think tis shite hot. Fritz dosnt get it mind, no taste these wimmin, pah.
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    20 years ago we had Johnny Cash, Bob Hope and Steve Jobs. Now we have no Cash, no Hope and no Jobs. Please God, don't take Kevin Bacon

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    a bit of narcisism today, I played the CD that was created as part of the employability course I did at the Reeltime studio, including a group song and three individual projects. first time I've played it since the course ended 3 weeks ago. very pleased with it too. I contributed to the group song - playing guitars, midi keyboard and mixing/editing/arranging and producing, and created a folk/electronica hybrid piece based around an altered-tuning guitar arrangement of the traditional northumbrian folk tune 'bonny at morn' using Propellerheads Reason and Protools 'Xpand!'
    Reeltime also put the documentary on youtube

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    Fuse One - Silk

    In the early 80's a group of the most unbelievable musicians got together to record 3 jazz/funk fusion albums. This clip is from the second album entitled Silk and is called 'In Celebration of the Human Spirit'.

    Apparently, Wynton Marsalis is not a fan of fusion and this album doesn't appear on his discography. Well Wynton, here you are, grooving out with Stanley Clarke!

    Musicians on the albums included, the likes of Joe Farrell, John McLaughlin, Larry Coryell, Lenny White, Stanley Clarke, George Benson and many more

    All three albums rock.

    20 years ago we had Johnny Cash, Bob Hope and Steve Jobs. Now we have no Cash, no Hope and no Jobs. Please God, don't take Kevin Bacon

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    Lets go all retro stoner with Black Mountain's "In the Future" LP. It comes in a nice thick cardboard sleeve to give it more of that "made in 1970" feel about it.

    Not bad nonetheless.

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    Underworld - Barking.

    I like this
    Of what value is an idol carved by a craftsman? Or an image that teaches lies? For the one who makes it trusts in his own creation; he makes idols that cannot speak. (Habakkuk 2:18)

    From that time on Jesus began to preach, “Repent, for the kingdom of heaven has come near.” (Matthew 4:17)

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    just kickin back

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    Frisser,obviously, in the car earlier waiting at a fekin census check. So i wicked it up to piss em off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddie spaghetti View Post
    Underworld - Barking.

    I like this
    Nope, dont get it. Played it again today and its still utter tripe. Underworld have sold out to chartland if you ask me. Lacks creativeness, rhythm and emotion. Its cold, dull lifeless and easily their worst release to date including the Underneath the Radar and Change the Weather years.
    TBH Underworld haven't been the same since Emerson left.

    What I did notice though was how quiet and well recorded the vinyl was. After that its a big pile of steaming dogs turd.
    Only in my opinion of course
    Really disappointing

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    Well, I have listened to this three times today, purely as research you know.

    Subsequently, I have come to the conclusion that this is the perfect album. So, I now own the original LP, the shitty CD, the SACD and today have purchased the 200g Impulse LP.

    The rest are just playing at it. No apologies for the large pic.

    20 years ago we had Johnny Cash, Bob Hope and Steve Jobs. Now we have no Cash, no Hope and no Jobs. Please God, don't take Kevin Bacon

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