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Will be looking to purchase some new tunes this weekend . Don't know what yet. Seeing as i have pretty eclectic taste i'm open to all recommendations from the tent, So anything you bought recently and thought was brill or and older recording that i should have

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Hawk

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Have you tried any Dire Staights? Could be right up your every street
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or...

Felix Laband - Dark Days Exit

Holly Go Lightly

Air - Pocket Symphony

Guillemots - Through the windowpane

 

griffo104

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Not sure if it's your thing - big favourite of mine and surprisingly well recorded, American hardcore but without the shouting, acoustic and percussion, my album of the year at the moment

The Evens - Get Evens

Also having wanted it for ages and not got round to it bought this recently

Kruder and Dorfmeister - The K&D Sessions

Really well recorded and great chill out music, can't stop playing it at the moment.

 

Testure

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Hawk wrote:

Have you tried any Dire Staights? Could be right up your every street
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or...

Felix Laband - Dark Days Exit

Holly Go Lightly

Air - Pocket Symphony

Guillemots - Through the windowpane
No brainer:cool:

How about some Yello?

I suppose I couldn't tempt you with some Skinny Puppy - Mythmaker:D

 

Chewie

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Hawk wrote:

Guillemots - Through the windowpane
Second the Guillemots recommendation :^I bought it the day of it release and its been played every three or four days ever since.

I seem to recall you quite liked Thirteen Senses Duvet, their new album comes out Monday but you might find it already out on display if you got to the right shop.

 

chezi61

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The Gossip ; Standing in the way of control.

Trentemoller ; The last resort.

or the fact that www.hmv.co.uk have a sale on , cd's from £3.99 , may tempt you to some older stuff.
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oh ! and Cooper Temple Clause have a new album out , I only know this coz I seen them live in Glasgow last sunday.
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chezi

 
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The Black Keys - any

The Deaths - Choir Invisible

Jorane - You and the Now

 
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Duvet wrote:

Will be looking to purchase some new tunes this weekend . Don't know what yet. Seeing as i have pretty eclectic taste i'm open to all recommendations from the tent, So anything you bought recently and thought was brill or and older recording that i should have:dude:
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If you can find this in a shop you will be very lucky but there is also a relatively new DVD featuring a similar performance on release now and stocked by most major record retailers.

This is a fabulouspiece of work featuring some of the most dazzling acoustic playingyou will hear - and it's alsoone of the bestaudio quality experiences you can have on the silver disc. I've rarely heard better. I got a burned copy of this from Crustyloafer some montths ago but managed to buy the original album when Lofgren played a superb show in my area a while back.

 
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Sumdumgi wrote:

Duvet wrote:
Will be looking to purchase some new tunes this weekend . Don't know what yet. Seeing as i have pretty eclectic taste i'm open to all recommendations from the tent, So anything you bought recently and thought was brill or and older recording that i should have:dude:
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If you can find this in a shop you will be very lucky but there is also a relatively new DVD featuring a similar performance on release now and stocked by most major record retailers.

This is a fabulouspiece of work featuring some of the most dazzling acoustic playingyou will hear - and it's alsoone of the bestaudio quality experiences you can have on the silver disc. I've rarely heard better. I got a burned copy of this from Crustyloafer some montths ago but managed to buy the original album when Lofgren played a superb show in my area a while back.
Just picked this up myself a few weeks back.Great performance and absolutelytop notch recording
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If you can't find it let me know
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Sheva

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Unless i'm mistaken, you like the early 80s electro scene (Soft Cell, Flock of Seagulls etc, and especially New Gold Dream). I therefore suggest a bit of light industrial material which is probably nothing like you'd anticipate from the genre:

Apoptygma Berzerks' last album 'You and Me Against the World' is one of the best and catchiest electropop/rock albums i've ever heard.

Also it's unlikely that Project Pitchfork - Daimonion would be too offensive for you.

 

lower bullens

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HiFi Trade?
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Duvet, if you like Ryan Adams try a bit more "americana"-willard grant conspiracy,great lakes swimmers,richmond fontaine,uncle tupelo,wilko,sun kil moon or my faves the ashtray hearts.

 

Injector

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I only buy stuff I'vechosen myself. Recommendations, unless from people whom you share lots in common on the musical front, usually aren't worth shit. Taste varies far too much. Take Jeff Buckley for instance....
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Injector wrote:

I only buy stuff I'vechosen myself. Recommendations, unless from people whom you share lots in common on the musical front, usually aren't worth shit. Taste varies far too much. Take Jeff Buckley for instance....
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Yes, but with so many sites offering song samplesit makes sifting so much easier.

 

Injector

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The cure will always make you feel very happy afterward. + good recording too.
Unless you hate them. :lmao:

The Cure are a sombre band mate, I can count their 'happy' albums on one finger.

 

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