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Oops. Is to Spotify. Probably only works if you run it already. There's an accoustic version of it on the Daytrotter link up above though.


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It's all Wil Wheaton's fault. A while back he blogged about Depeche Mode and specifically the 101 Tour which ended at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA. He was there and blogged about his experience. I was there too and except for our gender and where we were in the crowd his experience was pretty much the same as mine. And since then I've been nostalgic for depeche mode. Except I have only cassettes. So I bought and downloaded the 101 Tour stuff and just today received my Amazon order which had Black Celebration and Some Great Reward. Some of this is just so maudlin and silly and despite the fact that I still feel it's written directly from my dark cynical soul, I just can't listen to it without wanting to giggle. But some of it still grooves me. Like A Question of Lust and Stripped and Lie To Me. And Sometimes and Somebody are just lovely songs.

Oddly, Devlin loves Just Can't Get Enough.

And to cap off the Great Nostalgia Post, last night Dev had baseball practice and I sat in the car, knitting. REM's Document shuffled up and I love it today every bit as much as I did in 1987. It's brilliant and I think I'm gonna buy it for my nephew, who is now about the same age as I was when I encountered this CD. He needs a present to christen his new car. Smile


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Joe Henderson - right now "Power to the People", queued up after that "Relaxin' at Camarillo" Good stuff if you like tight brass jazz (I forget who else is playing horns with him). Power to the People has a great funk feel throughout.


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My Namie Amuro album just arrived! Squee!


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Heavy croo by the gossip

that woman has quite a voice...
 
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Get Me Away From Here I'm Dying by Belle & Sebastian.

I did say I was in a mood that only they seem to be able to fix. Been listening to that song a lot these past two days.

Explosions in the Sky seems apt, though, considering the recent bought of lightning storms.
 
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I heart Belle and Sebastian. They are quite a good mood fixer, aren't they? Despite the lyrics


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24 Hours from Tulsa by the Pitney


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Get Me Away From Here I'm Dying by Belle & Sebastian.

I did say I was in a mood that only they seem to be able to fix. Been listening to that song a lot these past two days.

Explosions in the Sky seems apt, though, considering the recent bought of lightning storms.


The whole If you're Feeling Sinister record is great, and so is the Dog on Wheels EP. Dog on Wheels itself is one of my favorite songs ever. I'm rather dismayed by B+S's current output, however.


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Calling And Not Calling My Ex by Okkervil River.

iPod's on shuffle, shuffle, shuffle.
 
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"Coma" by Converter

Part of a playlist from our weekly D&D game.


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Marquee Moon by Television on WOXY's MR 500. Smile


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The Falls really rather spiffy cover of Victoria by The Kinks. Hannah is asleep beside me and even she's nodding along to it Smile
 
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Driving home today after taking Dev bowling Happiness by The Beloved shuffled up. I don't normally care for such upbeat technopop stuff, but the lyrics were always good and this CD has never failed to cheer me up.


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Get Me Away From Here I'm Dying by Belle & Sebastian.

I did say I was in a mood that only they seem to be able to fix. Been listening to that song a lot these past two days.

Explosions in the Sky seems apt, though, considering the recent bought of lightning storms.


The whole If you're Feeling Sinister record is great, and so is the Dog on Wheels EP. Dog on Wheels itself is one of my favorite songs ever. I'm rather dismayed by B+S's current output, however.


um. both of you (and indeed anyone else) please go listen to these guys

the tigermilks - citing belle and sebastian and the ramones as their only influences, they do pop punk covers of belle and sebastian songs. they really are quite awesome

count zero - i'm not a massive fan of their recent stuff either. i think i've got pretty much all of their back catalogue, but drew the line at the album with "blues are still blue" on it. it just didn't really feel like them anymore


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Did you know? When it snows, my eyes become large and the light that you shine can't be seen.

EP now available for FREE download! Click Here

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a peek inside the whirlwind of my thoughts
 
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listening alot to YB aka Yoon Band particularly 'sarang 2'

also enjoying a bit of M from his 1st aklbum and 1st single Smile


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two fat ladies talking about cooking...CHIKKINZ!!!


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Originally posted by St.CountZero [in a tin can]:
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Get Me Away From Here I'm Dying by Belle & Sebastian.

I did say I was in a mood that only they seem to be able to fix. Been listening to that song a lot these past two days.

Explosions in the Sky seems apt, though, considering the recent bought of lightning storms.


The whole If you're Feeling Sinister record is great, and so is the Dog on Wheels EP. Dog on Wheels itself is one of my favorite songs ever. I'm rather dismayed by B+S's current output, however.


um. both of you (and indeed anyone else) please go listen to these guys

the tigermilks - citing belle and sebastian and the ramones as their only influences, they do pop punk covers of belle and sebastian songs. they really are quite awesome

count zero - i'm not a massive fan of their recent stuff either. i think i've got pretty much all of their back catalogue, but drew the line at the album with "blues are still blue" on it. it just didn't really feel like them anymore


fion - The Tigermilks are awesome! And I really need to get some Ramones stuff. (do the Tigermilks have a CD I can actually buy/download? I haven't had my second cuppa coffee yet and my head is full of knitting designs)


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According to their myspace they have a 7" in the making. They said it was supposed to be out january/february, but they've not mentioned anything since. It's a limited run of 300 (in baby blue vinyl!), which you'll need to send off to them for. They said something about a digital release through iTunes too.

The track listing is as follows:
1. Get Me Away From Here, I'm Dying
2. She's Losin' It
3. My Wandering Days Are Over
4. Judy and the Dream of Horses
 
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