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Re: Music Talk « Reply #30 on: October 18, 2005, 08:41 AM »
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That's very hard, but probably these:

Elliott Smith - Figure 8
The Beatles - Abbey Road
Nirvana - Unplugged In New York
R.E.M. - Automatic For The People
Nick Drake - Five Leaves Left
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Re: Music Talk « Reply #31 on: October 18, 2005, 08:24 PM »
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cheese on the other hand is good stuff - all the golden oldies summer of 69, living on a prayer, sweet child of mine, bohemian rhapsody, you know the score !

'run' is indeed an all time classic. i was at the tsunami gig in the millennium stadium and when they started playing that it was just the BEST thing ever.....they didnt even have to sing - the crowd completely took over. magic.


yea!!! sweet child of mine, bohemian rhapsody....worship these songs!! love the whole Freddie Mercury 'wooomph" (as i call it)  wink

:supz: *is so jealous* must have been a fantastic gig at the stadium!! ive never seen snow patrol live, but i can just imagine...Run..being played to the loudest and all the million of people going barmy!  woohoo coorhh, when i saw U2 live - now that was something to remember for the rest of my life - their first song that they played - 'city of blinding lights' (not my fav)...but it was amazing, and as for the rest of the concert, well speachless!  Very Happy

seems that John isn't a phonics fan?! well...erm Dakota - one of their new songs is one of the very very few that i think is worth listening to...
otherwise im not the greatest fan - but Maybe Tomoro is just amazing, so im not gonna take that away from, Kelly and co.

i suppose im more into the old type of music....being born in 1990's i didn't really experince the whole 80's craze like some people here might have - when i was 'little' (compared to now....) there were the back street boys and spice girl crazes *vomits*
...me - always a Smith fan, and grew up listening to The Doors and The Beatles, so at my age people find it a bit weird that i like REM etc  Rolling Eyes

The Mexicolas - am taking they're a good band?!  Rolling Eyes any songs you might want to recomend John?!
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Re: Music Talk « Reply #32 on: October 18, 2005, 08:28 PM »
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....if you had to take 5 albums to a desert island, what would they be?


NOT in any particular order:

Morrissey - The Last Of The International Playboys
The Smiths - How Soon Is Now
The Bravery - Uncoditional
REM - Orange Crush
REM - The One I Love

( but probably wouldn't be able to survive on these alone....sad thought to think about)  Rolling Eyes
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Re: Music Talk « Reply #33 on: October 18, 2005, 09:08 PM »
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The Mexicolas - am taking they're a good band?!  Rolling Eyes any songs you might want to recomend John?!


They're OK... have a listen and see what you think.

http://www.themexicolas.com/mp3player/audio.php
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Re: Music Talk « Reply #34 on: October 18, 2005, 09:43 PM »
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The Mexicolas - am taking they're a good band?!  Rolling Eyes any songs you might want to recomend John?!


They're OK... have a listen and see what you think.

http://www.themexicolas.com/mp3player/audio.php


yea actually, not bad at all!  Rock ya
these sort of little bands usually start of small then become big...
like The Arctic Monkeys (no they are not monkeys from the arctic like some of my mad friends.... Rolling Eyes ) ...anyway they started playing at The Electric Ballroom (small local venue - but nationally known) about 2 years ago and they've turned out to be quite famous...anyone know them?!  Rolling Eyes
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Re: Music Talk « Reply #35 on: October 18, 2005, 10:06 PM »
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just randomly noticed on The Mexicolas website it says....

next gig:

Tue 8th Nov
Kentish Town Rd
Kentish Town
London
On stage time 10pm

right near the Electric Ballroom....5 minutes walk for m house!!  :P
haha 'tis a bit late, since it's a school night, but who ever said we weren't rebels  Very Happy
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Re: Music Talk « Reply #36 on: October 18, 2005, 10:11 PM »
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my phonics fav is probably mr writer, its groovy baby! Very Happy

U2 must have been AMAZING julia - they're such a stadium band! i'm so jealous Very Happy but the spice girls were damn cool. damn cool. they were totally my era....lol i sound so old!

as for my 5 desert island discs.....

1. Damien Rice - O
2. Sarah Mclachlan - Surfacing
3. Kelly Clarkson - Breakaway....possibly....or coldplay...anything by coldplay
4. Some kind of classical compilation
5. Jack Johnson - Brushfire Fariytales
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Re: Music Talk « Reply #37 on: October 18, 2005, 10:20 PM »
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Tue 8th Nov
Kentish Town Rd
Kentish Town
London
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I've actually been in The Bull and Gate... had a drink in there after a gig at The Forum next door. (Only coke though Rolling Eyes)
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Re: Music Talk « Reply #38 on: October 18, 2005, 10:29 PM »
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Tue 8th Nov
Kentish Town Rd
Kentish Town
London
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I've actually been in The Bull and Gate... had a drink in there after a gig at The Forum next door. (Only coke though Rolling Eyes)


mwa ha ha Very Happy for i am legal and can purchase l'alcool to my hearts content....although i don't because i like my money too much!
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Re: Music Talk « Reply #39 on: October 18, 2005, 10:37 PM »
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<Can I say this without getting anyone into trouble...? Ah well, publish and be damned, as they say. :P>

Generally I am 16, but I can age a couple of years at a moments notice when folks want to go out for a drink... I do enjoy a nice pint now and again. :twisted:

As for that particular evening, I had already had some earlier and if I'd consumed more alcohol we'd have got lost rather than got home... I was doing directions. Rolling Eyes
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Re: Music Talk « Reply #40 on: October 19, 2005, 11:07 AM »
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<Can I say this without getting anyone into trouble...? Ah well, publish and be damned, as they say. :P>

Generally I am 16, but I can age a couple of years at a moments notice when folks want to go out for a drink... I do enjoy a nice pint now and again. :twisted:

As for that particular evening, I had already had some earlier and if I'd consumed more alcohol we'd have got lost rather than got home... I was doing directions. Rolling Eyes


shocking! you don't get asked for i.d.? lucky guy! although it has to be said that actually having i.d takes some of the fun out of going out....
Very Happy
honestly, i barely drink at all....but getting into pubs and bars and places was always much more of an achievement when i didnt have i.d.  8)
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Re: Music Talk « Reply #41 on: October 19, 2005, 07:57 PM »
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haha...well me being a mere 14  Rolling Eyes ...my visits to the pub always stop at the doorway so that's about as close as i get to the Bull and Gate, although i walk past it everyday (not looking for bear  wink ...to get to the bus...)

so erm, you guys aren't drinkers then?  2 man down good for you! closest i ever get to trying to fake my age is getting into a 15 or 18 movie...or trying to get on the bus for free by saying im 12 (hopless!!)  Frown

John what did you think of the place since you went there?
...and i don't suppose you stopped of at camden town/kentish town to see the shops there!? im in love with that place!!....although i took my russian cousins there last summer and i think i totally put them of London, because of camden!  Rolling Eyes i suppose you'll know when you visit..... Very Happy
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Re: Music Talk « Reply #42 on: October 20, 2005, 09:22 AM »
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I don't go out to get drunk anyway... what's the point in that?

As for Kentish Town... we discoverd that every single sidestreet and back road is resident's parking only, except for two with absolute rip-off meters.

We walked right down Kentish Town road almost as far as Camden... I can't say I liked it especially. Rolling Eyes It was very similar to some parts of Birmingham. We found a good stationers on that road... we'd made some flyers for the gig, but they were 4 to a page, and we needed to cut them up. They only charged us £2 to use their guillotine. Smile Used an internet cafe there as well... it was OK. I can see why it would put people off London though wink

Mohair gig last night was good, you want to hear about that? Rock ya
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Re: Music Talk « Reply #43 on: October 20, 2005, 10:43 AM »
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Mohair gig last night was good, you want to hear about that? Rock ya


go for it Very Happy
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Re: Music Talk « Reply #44 on: October 20, 2005, 01:38 PM »
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http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,5205-1834100,00.html

article on nadal....to go back to the origins of this thread in the very murky past....
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