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  Now Playing: Musical Diversity and Education 101
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    PostPosted: 16 Mar 2011, 12:05 
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Okay, let's roll with a popular thread from the old days.

"This week, I have been mostly listening to..."

As a guide it can include The Darkness and associated acts, but on the whole it's for your alternative listening habits.

The 'I believe' section is for all non-The Darkness musical discussion.

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  Re: Now Playing: Musical Diversity and Education 101
    PostPosted: 16 Mar 2011, 12:12 
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Oh, I should have added given the ignorance and bad press the band are getting already from some muppets that I hope, Infact I know, we'll show a little more tact and understanding that we don't and should not all like the same thing.

So I best start us off.

This week I have been mostly listening to... The New Radicals


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    PostPosted: 16 Mar 2011, 12:17 
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This week I have been mostly listening to... Anderson/Wakeman - The Living Tree

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    PostPosted: 16 Mar 2011, 14:32 
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This week I have been mostly listening to...

Devin Townsend Project - Addicted!

after attending his most awesome show in Manchester last week.


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    PostPosted: 16 Mar 2011, 15:52 
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As I like to give every CD recieved as a gift at least 3 listens before confining it to the back of the cupboard, I have been suffering 'The Essential' - Journey. Suffice to say an awful lot of it isn't essential in my opinion.

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    PostPosted: 16 Mar 2011, 23:23 
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This week I have mostly been listening to Kiss, Madness, The Levellers and The Wonder Stuff. The latter two I saw doing a musical concert down Saaaafampton way lastnight and was very, very good indeed. Did make me feel quite old though.


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    PostPosted: 17 Mar 2011, 01:36 
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Sharky wrote:
This week I have mostly been listening to Kiss, Madness, The Levellers and The Wonder Stuff. The latter two I saw doing a musical concert down Saaaafampton way lastnight and was very, very good indeed. Did make me feel quite old though.


I am in no way jealous if this. No sir, not me. Not one jot. This statement is a lie.


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    PostPosted: 17 Mar 2011, 11:10 
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This week Luke has mostly been listening to... the new Joe Bonamassa album. Right now I'm listening to a little band called SNEW who sound an awful lot like Krokus/ACDC. Check out their track "We Do What We Want".


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    PostPosted: 17 Mar 2011, 11:50 
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Do you have any links for us lazy types?


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    PostPosted: 17 Mar 2011, 12:54 
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It's now turned into a Mylène Farmer week :D

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    PostPosted: 17 Mar 2011, 17:38 
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I've been listening to The Last Vegas who hail from Chicago. :geek:

http://thelastvegas.com/home.php

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    PostPosted: 17 Mar 2011, 22:50 
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cometcycle wrote:
As I like to give every CD recieved as a gift at least 3 listens before confining it to the back of the cupboard, I have been suffering 'The Essential' - Journey. Suffice to say an awful lot of it isn't essential in my opinion.


Is that the two disc one in a card slipcase? I bought that on the cheap a while back, and yeah, 'Essential' is rather pushing it. They probably could have got away with a five-track EP if thats what they were aiming for.

The last few that have come my way of late are The Duel's new EP (some legendary parties thanks to those guys) and Kiria's new single 'Let Me In' (shameless plug).

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    PostPosted: 17 Mar 2011, 23:31 
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Switch625 wrote:
I am in no way jealous if this. No sir, not me. Not one jot. This statement is a lie.


We got a leaflet outside the gig- The Levellers are playing again in May at Leicester, Sheffield and Brixton academies, with support from Dreadzone and Back To The Planet.

Also, the Stuffies are playing Brixton in October, I believe :D


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See individually I'm not so keen on the travel. Together it was like a 2 for 1 deal.


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    PostPosted: 18 Mar 2011, 13:02 
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This morning I have been mostly listening to Tim Minchin because he is an ace.

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    PostPosted: 18 Mar 2011, 14:44 
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Sexy Dave wrote:
cometcycle wrote:
As I like to give every CD recieved as a gift at least 3 listens before confining it to the back of the cupboard, I have been suffering 'The Essential' - Journey. Suffice to say an awful lot of it isn't essential in my opinion.


Is that the two disc one in a card slipcase? I bought that on the cheap a while back, and yeah, 'Essential' is rather pushing it. They probably could have got away with a five-track EP if thats what they were aiming for.

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Well it's certainly a 2 CD set (can't recall full case details). I thought I was being harsh by thinking it should be slashed from 32 to about 10 tracks. But I guess an EP would have fitted the description.

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Oasis, Oasis, Oasis, Oasis, Oasis, Oasis, Oasis, Oasis and The Darkness.

Oh, and The Raconteurs.

And Big Country. Distorted bag-pipes never sounded so good. No, really, they NEVER sound so good. Or sounded anything for that matter.

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This week I have been mostly listening to The Darkness after the announcement they have reformed!!

Also some Dio era Sabbath and Rainbow...Dio is the best ever.

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Rada wrote:
This week I have been mostly listening to...

Devin Townsend Project - Addicted!

after attending his most awesome show in Manchester last week.


Outrageously good album that.

This week, mostly Cardiacs, William D. Drake, and Ross Gilchrist.

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