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Old 10-14-2009, 01:33 PM   #3601 (permalink)
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Old 10-14-2009, 03:17 PM   #3602 (permalink)
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Lots of music this week...

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A blast from the past, this one - decided to delve into a bit of Ash, haven't heard them for ages. Listened to Free All Angels, Cosmic Debris and Meltdown. Still pretty good.
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Old 10-14-2009, 03:42 PM   #3603 (permalink)
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08. Ash 39
A blast from the past, this one - decided to delve into a bit of Ash, haven't heard them for ages. Listened to Free All Angels, Cosmic Debris and Meltdown. Still pretty good.
nice line up but this caught my eye, especially as you have the same albums as me (never got Meltdown though), 'free all angels' came out just when i was properly getting in the musicks... every home should have a copy of Cosmic Debris aswell.... NO JOKE
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Old 10-14-2009, 03:53 PM   #3604 (permalink)
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Which one is Cosmic Debris? I liked 1977 and then nothing else ever really grabbed my attention. They were also one of those bands that thanks to festivals and support slots i saw live about a thousand times to the point i couldn't stand it any more.
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Old 10-14-2009, 04:06 PM   #3605 (permalink)
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Which one is Cosmic Debris? I liked 1977 and then nothing else ever really grabbed my attention. They were also one of those bands that thanks to festivals and support slots i saw live about a thousand times to the point i couldn't stand it any more.
Cosmic(k?) Debris is the singles collection, you might say they were a singles band and they're all corkers. I think after that they did the Meltdown album, then Charlotte Hatherley left and they are long since a non-entity... but the singles collection is jam packed with nostalgia value and pop and junk

i know what you mean about festival/support slot bands too lol. My festival band were those other britrock luminaries Supergrass
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I never actually saw Supergrass but yeah Ash and Placebo seemed to be mine.
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Old 10-14-2009, 04:18 PM   #3607 (permalink)
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I never actually saw Supergrass but yeah Ash and Placebo seemed to be mine.
ech... placebo. two bands that everybody (almost without exception) loved in 'high school' were placebo and less than jake. I wasn't having any of that nonsense

Also congratulations on your avatar mojo, i recognise that image from the artwork of 'the Holy Bible' (you just see the hand though, it might be in the 10th anniversary reissue i cant remember)
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Old 10-14-2009, 04:31 PM   #3608 (permalink)
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Old 10-14-2009, 04:47 PM   #3609 (permalink)
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nice line up but this caught my eye, especially as you have the same albums as me (never got Meltdown though), 'free all angels' came out just when i was properly getting in the musicks... every home should have a copy of Cosmic Debris aswell.... NO JOKE
Meltdown isn't too great to be honest. I downloaded their discography mainly for 1977, Free All Angels and Cosmic Debris (in particular the B-side disc). Free All Angels is actually a really good album, sounds a bit like how Weezer should of sounded after Pinkerton instead of the crappy stuff they did make.
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Old 10-14-2009, 05:28 PM   #3610 (permalink)
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ech... placebo. two bands that everybody (almost without exception) loved in 'high school' were placebo and less than jake. I wasn't having any of that nonsense

Also congratulations on your avatar mojo, i recognise that image from the artwork of 'the Holy Bible' (you just see the hand though, it might be in the 10th anniversary reissue i cant remember)
I never loved Placebo but i did like them, at least some of their stuff. I would say i still have time for Without You I'm Nothing but to be honest it's years since i gave it a listen.

And well done mate, thats quite an observation considering if you do recognise it from the Holy Bible inlay then it is indeed the extra booklet in the Anniversary edition and it is just Richey's painted hand in that photo!
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