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    I always enjoyed this track too, because I'm Welsh and I was convinced they were saying "everybody say 'Sheep!' 'Sheep!' Everybody say 'Sheep!'"


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    I also like this melancholy yet uplifting 1980 entry:



    It's my birthday, I get multiple choons.

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    The new, mature, distinguished Craner:

    "My baby entertains
    The real life of my parties
    But still retains
    In all the dignity
    His international style
    Exudes an air of royalties"


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    Nah, that's Jim 'Evergreendaze' Clarke you've caught there! The only geniune Dissensus male pin-up!

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    Easier To Love, like You Fooled Around, makes me feel instantly sentimental, even tearful.

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    Listening to various On-U Sound bits in preparation for seeing Adrian Sherwood tomorrow night:


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    NIRVOONOO - FRANCES FARMER WILL HAVE HER REVENGE ON SEATTLE

    'I miss the comfort in being sad' might not have been intended as a profound statement on depression, but it kinda sorta is.

    I mean, this RAWKS, which is why I like it, but it's also that touch of melancholy in the chorus. Just a TOUCH. Whereas your shit Nirvana knock off bands laid on the gloom in thick gloopy layers.

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    Well, someone had to. R.I.P.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corpsey View Post


    Well, someone had to. R.I.P.
    Great tunes, but yeah... R.I.H. u dirty old pimp

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    I've been really enjoying the Ghost Box/Belbury Poly sound the last couple of years and, between that and all the Japanese new-age stuff that's been posted here recently, just thought I'd go straight for the source. So crank up the VAALUUUME and let this bad boy rip:

    Doin' the Lambeth Warp New: DISSENSUS - THE NOVEL - PM me your email address and I'll add you

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    Tell them that it's human nature


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    This sounded amazing driving in cold sunshine today.

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    On the count of three say 'fuck the police!'

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    Christ, posting Vangelis and Nirvana in a "choon" thread. The state of y'all...

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