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Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by Blagsta, Mar 17, 2014.

  1. rutabowa

    rutabowa YUPPIES OUT

    Can't we just be happy one of the few good bands did good? NO of course not ha that's why I like that "just like we do" song.
     
  2. killer b

    killer b Ennui Rollins

    I am happy for them! I just thought it was a bit graceless is all. Which it it.
     
  3. elbows

    elbows WoeTimer

    A trip to Spa is like a trip to Mars :D
     
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  4. Voley

    Voley The Prebendary Of Wetwang

    He sounds a bit like John Lydon on 'I Feel So Wrong' off the new one. Suits him I think.
     
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  5. cantsin

    cantsin Well-Known Member

    not by a loooong stretch
     
  6. killer b

    killer b Ennui Rollins

    Did they not sell much then? I guess the one-album-a-year-man market isn't as big as they'd hoped then. Sad,
     
  7. DaveCinzano

    DaveCinzano WATCH OUT, GEORGE, HE'S GOT A SCREWDRIVER!

    Superb :D
     
  8. neonwilderness

    neonwilderness What would Badgers do?

    They must have all bought Key Markets instead :D
     
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  9. DaveCinzano

    DaveCinzano WATCH OUT, GEORGE, HE'S GOT A SCREWDRIVER!

    A fine example of the online rhetorical question
     
  10. cantsin

    cantsin Well-Known Member

    actually Prodge did pretty decent (over 100k) , doubt Left. recouped on 30K tho ....'money farms' few and far between nowadays, obvs
     
  11. killer b

    killer b Ennui Rollins

    Hopefully their tour in May should attract enough of the one-E-a-year crowd to turn a profit.
     
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  12. rutabowa

    rutabowa YUPPIES OUT

    Sleaziest mods have way less overheads and people to pay than the prodigy! Canny.
     
  13. Doctor Carrot

    Doctor Carrot Bear Grylls grills bare bears

    I'm loving the new album. I like how each album they just tweek their sound ever so slightly so it keeps the same formula but it's subtly different. Drayton Manored is my favourite song on it, whenever I hear that buzzer in a shop I sing 'A trip to spa is like a trip to Mars' to myself :D. It's the subtleties of every day life he puts across that really stand out to me, like the way he says 'look at you' on BHS and then does that sound after it, it's the same way you generally take the piss out ya mates at work or whatever. I think they'll be judged by history as extremely relevant to these times, they're judged as that now by people who relate to it I think.
     
  14. elbows

    elbows WoeTimer

    Now available in lego ;)

     
  15. DJWrongspeed

    DJWrongspeed radio eros

    Saw this last night. It's too long but well worth catching. The live performances are captured brilliantly and only helps to show how despite their minimal setup it looks like a great gig with Jason's performance a small miracle. Steve their manager is also given alot of time as he's seen as the 3rd member, helping them to finally achieve fame.

    Bunch of Kunst
     
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  16. elbows

    elbows WoeTimer

    I guess I shall use the BBC webshite to watch them at 9pm on the Park Stage tonight :)
     
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  17. Mattym

    Mattym Well-Known Member

    the excitement is growing.
     
  18. spitfire

    spitfire scouting party

    So I need some Sleaford Mods in my life, which album is best or should I just cherry pick some tracks?
     
  19. Dr. Furface

    Dr. Furface One small step for man

    I reckon Divide and Exit is their best so far, but they're all pretty decent, including the new one English Tapas

    eta: Post-Brexit, Divide and Exit now seems like a really prescient title
     
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  20. Poi E

    Poi E Pessimism: a valuable protection against quackery.

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  21. Doctor Carrot

    Doctor Carrot Bear Grylls grills bare bears

    I second divide and exit as the place to start. The song 'You're Brave' is one of my favourite, probably my favourite actually, of theirs and it always gets overlooked. 'Middlemen' is another one and of course 'tweet, tweet, tweet.'

    E2a: they're all songs on the divide and exit album.
     
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  22. neonwilderness

    neonwilderness What would Badgers do?

    All of them :thumbs:

    Divide and Exit is probably a good starting point as mentioned. I'd recommend watching some of their live stuff too, the albums are a bit restrained in comparison :D

     
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  23. spitfire

    spitfire scouting party

    Thanks guys, just seen this on teh faceache

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  24. rutabowa

    rutabowa YUPPIES OUT

    imo the Jobseeker single is the best way in, it is such a tune. I mean all their records are consistently good but I doubt they will ever beat this just musically, and for the shock of hearing it for the first time when it came out


    (i facebook messaged the band site soon as i heard it for the first time and jason sent me one of the last band copies of the 7" so i instantly knew they were good guys too)
     
  25. Casual Observer

    Casual Observer Well-Known Member

    Someone has kindly posted the long out of print, pre-Andrew Fearn albums on YouTube in the last couple of months. Worth a listen if you can't get enough.







     
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  26. craigxcraig

    craigxcraig Prefers 'cxc'

    Loving this earlier stuff, do bloody dark - reckon I prefer this to the newer music.
     
  27. friedaweed

    friedaweed Branded as a fool

    A mate (Probably my oldest friend in the world), gave me a present on my wedding day in May. It was a parcel wrapped up in shitty brown paper and stuck down with parcel tape. I knew it was going to be a funny one as he's a funny cunt.:hmm:

    I unwrapped it when we finally got back to the bridal suite. It had been a long day so the Mrs removed her wedding dress and was sat in her wonerful underwear ordering a cheese butty and a pot of tea from room service...

    "Can you ask them if they've got a CD player we could borrow luv?"
    "A what?"
    "A CD player"
    "Yes that's right two cheese and pickle sandwitches please, tea for two and my 'husband', yes him in the kilt, is asking if you have a CD player, he is a bit tidly but he's opening our presents and he's holding up some CD's. Sorry about him but if you have got one we'll not play them loud"
    "Have they got one?"
    "They said they'll see"

    So the present was 2 albums of said band and a jar of Ahmed garlic pickle. Him being a Leeds Rd lad he always had a good eye for a good Indian pickle.

    KNOCK KNOCK

    Butties and a little portable radio CD player.

    Anyway you can guess the rest and she definately loved the pickle. I've been a fan since.

    I've not seem my mate since the wedding but I've just text him his tickets for Manchester in October :D

    Jolly Fucker:D
     
  28. neonwilderness

    neonwilderness What would Badgers do?

    Anyone seen been to see them on their latest tour?

    Just got back from the Newcastle gig. A bit of a smaller crowd than previous years, but a quality show nonetheless :cool:
     
  29. Wookey

    Wookey Playful as a pussy cat

    Big fan of this band since I saw them do Jobseeker on Jules... Fucking mint.
     
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  30. spitfire

    spitfire scouting party

    Yeah went to Brixton, was good but I had to leave early so didn't see the whole gig. My mates said it was all good.
     
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