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Old 12-05-2012, 07:47 PM   #7361 (permalink)
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@Blarobargg - will definitely be checking that one out. Thanks!

@Batlord - Listen to the albums Think Tank and 13. 13 the one after their self-titled album and has kinda that same sound to it. Tender and Coffee & TV are quite possibly my favorite Blur singles. I can never decide on my fave album though, but I did listen to the self-titled one earlier today because it was on my mind since you mentioned it. I forgot how much I loved it, haha. Tracks like Beetlebum and Death of a Party are up there with their best songs. And on one other note I decided "Under the Westway" was one of my fave singles from this year. I was a little disappointed it didn't mean a new album but we did have more new stuff from Graham to listen to so it's all good. (:

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Old 12-06-2012, 06:06 AM   #7362 (permalink)
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JACKAL-HEADED GUARD OF THE DEAD - GRIMOIRE (2009)

Encouraging, unsigned, tight Scottish doom. Reminds me a little of Bongzilla. Maybe didn't blow me away or anything but for an independent band with, quite possibly, a long road ahead of them, I think it's very promising and I can't wait to see them live - which I will be doing in a weeks time.


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Old 12-06-2012, 09:18 AM   #7363 (permalink)
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Encouraging, unsigned, tight Scottish doom. Reminds me a little of Bongzilla. Maybe didn't blow me away or anything but for an independent band with, quite possibly, a long road ahead of them, I think it's very promising and I can't wait to see them live - which I will be doing in a weeks time.
That Cthulhu-vagina art is really disturbing I have to say.
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Old 12-06-2012, 09:20 AM   #7364 (permalink)
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@Batlord - Listen to the albums Think Tank and 13. 13 the one after their self-titled album and has kinda that same sound to it. Tender and Coffee & TV are quite possibly my favorite Blur singles. I can never decide on my fave album though, but I did listen to the self-titled one earlier today because it was on my mind since you mentioned it. I forgot how much I loved it, haha. Tracks like Beetlebum and Death of a Party are up there with their best songs. And on one other note I decided "Under the Westway" was one of my fave singles from this year. I was a little disappointed it didn't mean a new album but we did have more new stuff from Graham to listen to so it's all good. (:
Will do. I'm takin' a break from Blur to check out some Shins and Belle and Sebastian ATM.



I was a little put off by their sound at first. The metalhead in me just isn't wired to listen to this right off the bat. After a little time though, it's become soothing and pretty cool.
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Old 12-06-2012, 10:17 AM   #7365 (permalink)
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Giving this album a listen again. I love listening to post-rock in the morning.

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Old 12-06-2012, 10:42 AM   #7366 (permalink)
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This album was a real kick in the balls when it came out.
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That has to be my favorite review of any album ever.
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Yes there was really 4 vocalists in the band. I forgot how good this band was and how mundane Rock riffs can be transformed into fun.
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