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Desert Island Discs

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Re: Desert Island Discs « Reply #30 on: February 25, 2008, 10:36 AM »

Obviously this kind of answer changes from day to day and mood to mood, but at the mo’ (and in no particular order):

Boomtown Rats – The Fine Art of Surfacing
Pulp – Different Class
Michael Nyman’s soundtrack to The Draughtsman’s Contract
The The – Infected
Shostakovich’s 12th Symphony.

A [cheating] 6-10 might add
Philip Glass – Itaipu
Lou Reed - Transformer
Malcolm Arnold – Piano Concerti
John William’s soundtrack for The Empire Strikes Back
Genesis – The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway
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Re: Desert Island Discs « Reply #31 on: February 27, 2008, 05:20 PM »

Radiohead - The Bends. (for Fake Plastic Tree's)

Snow Patrol - Final Straw(it really is my favourite album ever, I love every single song, and always will, it's not just one of those albums I listen to and get bored, I can listen to it every single day, and just still like it as much)

The Libertines - The Libertines (I remember when I first bought it, and just couldn't stop listening to it).

Yellowcard - Ocean Avenue

Arctic Monkeys - Whatever people say I am that is what I'm not.

OKAY that's my five, but I would have Louder than Bombs, In your honour, Take off your Pants and Jacket, the Chronicles of a Bohemian Teenager, and Songs for Polar Bears also.
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Re: Desert Island Discs « Reply #32 on: April 03, 2009, 12:43 PM »

Only one song need and that is, Blue Monday by New Order
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