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Old 01-31-2008, 12:23 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I have only heard YOSHIMI, where should I go next? Not neccessarily the best. I can build up to that. I adore YOSHIMI though.
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Old 01-31-2008, 12:38 PM   #12 (permalink)
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urban hatemonger, this is off topic but,

i'm donwloading some orange juice right now? what should i expect?
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Old 01-31-2008, 12:42 PM   #13 (permalink)
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I have only heard YOSHIMI, where should I go next? Not neccessarily the best. I can build up to that. I adore YOSHIMI though.
if u like that one try out soft bulletin, wdiely regarded as their best. some really pretty and at times heart-wrenching tunes on it!! also, just listneed to telepathic surgery today and loved it!! especially "hell's angel's cracker factory" !

but soft bulletin is just a gorgeous album. very pretty!
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Expect early 80s jangly pop records. Some of the earlier stuff is a bit more punk influenced.

I don't think they really get the credit they deserve. They were doing the same sort of thing the Smiths did, only 4 years earlier.
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yeah. cool. sh*t dennis bovell produced their last album according to allmusic.com. same dude that did one of the pop groups albums! not too shabby. i'm liking the album "you can't hide your love forever" so far!

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You can't hide your love forever is their best album by a mile.

You should check out The Glasgow School too , It's a collection of all their early stuff.
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The Soft Bulletin is the best record of theirs that I've heard. I haven't heard all their albums, though. I'd be surprised if they were able to really top it.
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I'd be surprised if they were able to really top it.
It depends how you define 'top it'

The Soft Bulletin was a huge change of direction , there's nothing really in the albums they did before that you could compare it to.
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Expect early 80s jangly pop records. Some of the earlier stuff is a bit more punk influenced.

I don't think they really get the credit they deserve. They were doing the same sort of thing the Smiths did, only 4 years earlier.
To be fair the Smiths did it better. I like the Soft Bulletin best.
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