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5th September 2003, 14:37
Elbow - Cast of Thousands
NME Rating - 9/10.
6th September 2003, 18:13
That album is amazing, im going to see them live in manchester in october their hometown gig!! cant wait!!
8th September 2003, 09:04
I haven't heard the album yet! But when NME jump up & down it's usually worth a look.
8th September 2003, 15:19
8th September 2003, 20:15
SikTh - The Trees Are Dead And Dried Out Wait For Something Wild
haven't been able to find reviews with straight numbers, but here's an excerpt from a review i found online:
It's not too much to say that the lack of new British world-class hard rock bands is becoming something of a worry. The bands that make you sit up and take notice these days are, almost without fail, either American or Swedish. It's not some foreigner-bashing flag-waving thing, just that this music was bloody invented here.
So it is that the debut from this Neasden sextet comes with some high, though not unrealistic expectations. When they supported Mudvayne earlier in the year, SikTh's jarring time changes, stabbing jazzy chords and twin vocalists (Mikee Goodman raps while Justin Hill sings in an acidic crushed-goolie falsetto), alienated all but a hardcore element within the crowd who, I suspect, saw in them the same things they loved in Raging Speedhorn.
it's very metal, i like it a lot :)
reviews of all their CDs (this is the first album - all the previous ones were EPs) here (http://www.suchthefool.co.uk/cdreviews.htm)
also, the CD has copy protection. if anyone buys it (i know you guys won't, but it's worth a try) and wants a way around it, i can tell you how. the player included on the CD is shit quality, and i can only play songs on my computer, by way of excuse :)
9th September 2003, 14:49
I'll tell you who killed British guitar music - NME. And who's moaning about it now? NME. The bastards!!!!!!! The list of bands NME assassinated is endless.
Anyway, new album:
Client - Client.
If you like a bit of electroclash (to warm your cockles in the winter).
9th September 2003, 14:53
isn't that PSB's Neil Tennant in your avatar ?
9th September 2003, 14:59
No, it's Bobby Gillespie!
10th September 2003, 07:49
Originally posted by Cylob
No, it's Bobby Gillespie!
It wasn't the one I saw yesterday :D
10th September 2003, 09:12
I cannot tell a lie, it was Neil Tennant.
>insert gay joke here<:)
10th September 2003, 09:18
Speaking of Tennant, I really wish PSB released a great new album, in the vein of their earlier works :)
10th September 2003, 09:34
Well, they're getting on a bit now. The 'crap towards the end' rule already applies. I'm satisfied with Disco 3. But I agree, it would be nice for one last great PSB album. They never did match Actually or Introspective.
10th September 2003, 15:32
Black Box Recorder - Passionoia
If their 2000 release (Facts of Life) is anything to go by this should be rather good.
19th September 2003, 15:04
Felix Da Housecat - A Bugged Out Mix
I'm looking forward to this one. Felix is at the top of his field, he could probably even make the Cheeky Girls sound good.
29th September 2003, 10:08
Peaches - Fatherfucker
You'd get away with it on a portable.:)
27th January 2005, 12:53
Laurent Garnier - The Cloud Making Machine
I've waited 5 (long) years for this!
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