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  3. 23-03-2018 13:53
Well, I thought it'd be good to have a thread for people to put on what they are listening to at the moment. Always good to gear what other people are listening to as nothing like hearing a new band or record you don't know and it seems lots of you good people love your music.
So, to kick off I've had New Gold Dream by Simple Minds on repeat today. Can't say I cared for their later stuff but this record, well, it's just great and reminiscent of the shimmery, hazy Summer days of youth when you had not a care in the world.
What else have you all been listening to recently?
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Had a bit of Paul Carrack on way to work, Jellyfish on way home...
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For me it is The Undertones - Teenage Kicks Best Of and Hall & Oates - Change Of Season.

The Undertones album is amazing but the Hall & Oates one is not very good to be honest but I decided that there was too many clart bands and albums around these days to I would go back and check out things that I missed and am mainly getting though a new album a day but giving it a good listen.
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Guilty pleasure - Kim Wylde is planning a tour this year. She was my pin up girl back in the day.
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Coincidentally I was just talking to somebody today who goes over to France to work on her house.
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She was lovely, wasn't she? Water on Glass is a great song and I remember thinking just how odd a song Cambodia was after stuff like Kids in America.
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Well, I thought it'd be good to have a thread for people to put on what they are listening to at the moment. Always good to gear what other people are listening to as nothing like hearing a new band or record you don't know and it seems lots of you good people love your music.
So, to kick off I've had New Gold Dream by Simple Minds on repeat today. Can't say I cared for their later stuff but this record, well, it's just great and reminiscent of the shimmery, hazy Summer days of youth when you had not a care in the world.
What else have you all been listening to recently?


Good idea NCF, and New Gold Dream is one of my favourite albums of all time, not a single duff track on it. Currently listening to Kyuss while getting ready to head out and see The Doors Alive at The Brickyard. Mixed feelings about tribute bands but will make exceptions if they are the best of their kind, as TDA supposedly are, and if I've got no chance of seeing the real thing due to unreconciliable split/death.
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Nearly Dan are a very good tribute band.
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Today’s albums have been

Among My Swan by Mazzy Star on cd from 1996
Magician Among The Spirits by The Church on cd, also 1996
Endeavour to Persevere by The Barracudas on vinyl from 1984.
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Have switched from mainstream stuff to the dramatic soundtracks of Hans Zimmer..He has so many powerful scores.

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This evenings listening will mainly comprise of The Triffids finest outing Calenture on vinyl.

Seabird will be along shortly no doubt to correct me on The Triffids finest outing :)
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Decent tune Mullen - you have just reminded me that I have Gran Turismo by The Cardigans knocking about here somewhere as well, cheers pal.
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Can’t beat the cardigans ;)

I had the displeasure of listening to some woman trying to sing called two lips this afternoon, what a load of shite.
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Can’t beat the cardigans ;)

I had the displeasure of listening to some woman trying to sing called two lips this afternoon, what a load of shite.


Haha :) - I piss the kids of by purposely pronouncing her as duarr lippa.
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Well, I thought it'd be good to have a thread for people to put on what they are listening to at the moment. Always good to gear what other people are listening to as nothing like hearing a new band or record you don't know and it seems lots of you good people love your music.
So, to kick off I've had New Gold Dream by Simple Minds on repeat today. Can't say I cared for their later stuff but this record, well, it's just great and reminiscent of the shimmery, hazy Summer days of youth when you had not a care in the world.
What else have you all been listening to recently?


Good idea NCF, and New Gold Dream is one of my favourite albums of all time, not a single duff track on it. Currently listening to Kyuss while getting ready to head out and see The Doors Alive at The Brickyard. Mixed feelings about tribute bands but will make exceptions if they are the best of their kind, as TDA supposedly are, and if I've got no chance of seeing the real thing due to unreconciliable split/death.


Yes I saw the Australian Pink Floyd for similar reasons. Expected little but they were excellent. I'm missing the game tomorrow to see Propaganda play in London on Saturday. I think it might be the 1st time they've played A Secret Wish since the 80s - another classic from the period up with New Gold Dream.
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This evenings listening will mainly comprise of The Triffids finest outing Calenture on vinyl.

Seabird will be along shortly no doubt to correct me on The Triffids finest outing :)


As in Bury Me Deep In Love?
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Friday night is my music night.
Haven't heard this classic for years.

https://youtu.be/rJIbRa-65_8
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Friday night is my music night.
Haven't heard this classic for years.

https://youtu.be/rJIbRa-65_8


Amazing call PP - their best of is amazing, as is the Butterfly album.
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This evenings listening will mainly comprise of The Triffids finest outing Calenture on vinyl.

Seabird will be along shortly no doubt to correct me on The Triffids finest outing :)


As in Bury Me Deep In Love?


The very one Harold and Madge's marriage song in Neighbours - didn't fare as well as Angry Anderson chart wise mind you :)

Well worth a listen, generally gets a five star review and is worth every one - Save What You Can is a hidden gem
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Well, I thought it'd be good to have a thread for people to put on what they are listening to at the moment. Always good to gear what other people are listening to as nothing like hearing a new band or record you don't know and it seems lots of you good people love your music.
So, to kick off I've had New Gold Dream by Simple Minds on repeat today. Can't say I cared for their later stuff but this record, well, it's just great and reminiscent of the shimmery, hazy Summer days of youth when you had not a care in the world.
What else have you all been listening to recently?


Good idea NCF, and New Gold Dream is one of my favourite albums of all time, not a single duff track on it. Currently listening to Kyuss while getting ready to head out and see The Doors Alive at The Brickyard. Mixed feelings about tribute bands but will make exceptions if they are the best of their kind, as TDA supposedly are, and if I've got no chance of seeing the real thing due to unreconciliable split/death.


Yes I saw the Australian Pink Floyd for similar reasons. Expected little but they were excellent. I'm missing the game tomorrow to see Propaganda play in London on Saturday. I think it might be the 1st time they've played A Secret Wish since the 80s - another classic from the period up with New Gold Dream.


Hope it is a decent one pal, got the Claudia Brücken & Glenn Gregory single that they released on seven inch and her solo stuff as well.

Quality :)
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Picked lad up from school and he was on about medieval music. Wasnt impressed when i showed him this epic ;)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jYFefppqEtE
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Listening to a bit of The Boss, Outlaw Pete, Thunder Road, and Ghost of Tom Joad (with Tom Morello).
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Bigfoot - newish Rock band making a name for themselves, excellent live.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vK4_dkm3AUc
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Bigfoot - newish Rock band making a name for themselves, excellent live.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vK4_dkm3AUc
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Jackson Browne , Foo Fighters and Raintown
who are possibly the best live band I have seen in years .
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The Levellers,The Waterboy's and The Doves are all on in my car at the moment.
Not all at once I may add........ha!!
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London Grammar - Truth is a Beautiful Thing

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Friday night is my music night.
Haven't heard this classic for years.

https://youtu.be/rJIbRa-65_8


What a great band. I Don't Know Why I love you is a great track. Check out Loneliness Is A Gun. I have no idea how to put a video on here but here goes. I think this was a B Side.
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Listening to a bit of The Boss, Outlaw Pete, Thunder Road, and Ghost of Tom Joad (with Tom Morello).


Did you see that fantastic live version on Sky Arts, I think. It was the Boss tribute night and I think it was The Ghost of Tom Joad with the guy from Rage Against The Machine. It was staggering.
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Jackson Browne , Foo Fighters and Raintown
who are possibly the best live band I have seen in years .


Yes, Jackson Browne The Pretender. I mean, it doesn't get much better than that.
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The Levellers,The Waterboy's and The Doves are all on in my car at the moment.
Not all at once I may add........ha!!


This Is The Sea must be one of the best records of the 80s. The trumpets on, ahem, Trumpets are wonderful. "Your love feels like high summer." Come on.
If ever you're feeling down chuck on Rise by Doves. Must have seen them half a dozen times and always wonderful.
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Friday night is my music night.
Haven't heard this classic for years.

https://youtu.be/rJIbRa-65_8


I used to play the Jesus Jones version over the Tannoy - before we had to play current chart nonsense...
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Jackson Browne , Foo Fighters and Raintown
who are possibly the best live band I have seen in years .


Is that the Luton Bob Hatton?
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London Grammar - Truth is a Beautiful Thing

Beatles For Sale


It's a good record that London Grammar one. Do you do the music at the ground?
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Jackson Browne , Foo Fighters and Raintown
who are possibly the best live band I have seen in years .


Is that the Luton Bob Hatton?


AND Carlisle!;)
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The Levellers,The Waterboy's and The Doves are all on in my car at the moment.
Not all at once I may add........ha!!


This Is The Sea must be one of the best records of the 80s. The trumpets on, ahem, Trumpets are wonderful. "Your love feels like high summer." Come on.
If ever you're feeling down chuck on Rise by Doves. Must have seen them half a dozen times and always wonderful.


Yea your dead right NCF, opening track 'Don't Bang The Drum' to the title track itself wonderful stuff. Just a shame they've never done anything as good since, apart from the odd track.
Oh and while I'm at it the live version of 'Savage Earth Heart' from 'Live Adventures' utterly magnificent. :cheer:
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A midlife crisis has meant l’ve been listening to a load of Britpop, Nirvana and early 00’s dance hits.l recently got Liam Gallagher’s album,quite like it.
My forever loves will always be Queen,Oasis and The Beatles, sadly to be ruined by all and sundry in X Factor ‘Best of British’ week. My rule for this is that if anybody tries to cover Queen it Beatles, they should be taken out by a rifle attached to the camera,like Bernie the Bolt.
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Listening to a bit of The Boss, Outlaw Pete, Thunder Road, and Ghost of Tom Joad (with Tom Morello).


Did you see that fantastic live version on Sky Arts, I think. It was the Boss tribute night and I think it was The Ghost of Tom Joad with the guy from Rage Against The Machine. It was staggering.


Yes NCF, Tom Morellos guitar playing certainly adds to the track.
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Well on way to work been listening to Florida Georgia line and Lady Antebellum..

Yeeehaaaa
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Got all my music on my phone, this was the last song played yesterday...

https://youtu.be/OA1BRhwo70M
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The new Everything Everything EP of course with a couple of great tracks in Breadwinner and The Mariana. The chorus "One Flat Earth They Were Right, They Were Right" always brings a chuckle after the infamous thread on this board!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8BmH0iHmYnw

Also great to see John Hopkins back with the terrific Emerald Rush.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4sk0uDbM5lc
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I've just discovered this band;

Greta Van Fleet...
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Their name sounds like a west cumbrian vehicle hire company.
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London Grammar - Truth is a Beautiful Thing

Beatles For Sale


It's a good record that London Grammar one. Do you do the music at the ground?


Not any more - I retired at the end of last season.
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London Grammar - Truth is a Beautiful Thing

Beatles For Sale


It's a good record that London Grammar one. Do you do the music at the ground?


Not any more - I retired at the end of last season.


Must have been a great job. Did you get free reign to play what you wanted? Big Black, Bitch Magnet, The Jesus Lizard etc
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Today’s


Magician Among The Spirits by The Church on cd, also 1996
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Wow! Can't believe I've come across someone else who likes The Church, and on the CUFC forum no less... Superb band, been a fan for many years. Which would you say was your favourite album of theirs Seep?
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One of the finest song ever written IMO.

https://youtu.be/ev4tMmWSH1Y
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Love a bit of Northern Soul as well,love the way this has been put together.

https://youtu.be/ZH1OErQpBcg
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London Grammar - Truth is a Beautiful Thing

Beatles For Sale


It's a good record that London Grammar one. Do you do the music at the ground?


Not any more - I retired at the end of last season.


Must have been a great job. Did you get free reign to play what you wanted? Big Black, Bitch Magnet, The Jesus Lizard etc


Absolutely not. We had to play current chart stuff in order to bring the teenagers in. Seriously. I can guarantee that everything that was played garnered a complaint from someone.
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