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oooh, for the first time in ages i dug out the excellent "see you on the other side" by mercury rev, which i got for 3 about 5 years ago, its soooo good, a bit like corn flakes really i.e. you forget how good it initially was

"nature creates freaks" by cay too, except i have lost this release, :(, what a great band they were

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Morrissey's Viva Hate album. Not so good as Vauxhall and I but still pretty impressive.

I've been on a major Smiths and Moz trip the past few months. I just can't get enough.

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Photek - Modus Operendi

Lee Perry - Super Ape

If DJ was your trade - exc dub / toasting compilation from Blood & Fire Records

Guided by Voices - Do you want me in your head ? Whats beyond your shattered eyesights ? - This has led me into a GBV buying / copying spree !

First 2 Kraftwerk albums - with the red & green cones...

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mine is always the "Brit-Rock" albums from about 6/7 years ago, Three Colours Red, Therapy?, Terrorvision, Symposium et al. Reminds me of being about 12 or 13 again

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Script for a Jester's Tear - Marillion

Internal Exile - Fish

Jagged Little Pill - Alanis Morisette

Hotel California - The Eagles

Gordon - Barenaked Ladies

Loudmouth - Boomtown Rats and Bob Geldof

Cheers

Stuart

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Morrissey's Viva Hate album. Not so good as Vauxhall and I but still pretty impressive.

I've been on a major Smiths and Moz trip the past few months. I just can't get enough.

i have only just started getting into the smiths and mozza recently, i really love "still ill" and "i know its over" such ace tunes, mozzas new album is pretty decent but i need to explore the smiths and mozza more-i need more damn you! :swearing::partyboy:

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i have only just started getting into the smiths and mozza recently' date=' i really love "still ill" and "i know its over" such ace tunes, mozzas new album is pretty decent but i need to explore the smiths and mozza more-i need more damn you! :swearing::partyboy:[/quote']

i think i'll take the credit for the still ill obsession. :up:

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i think i'll take the credit for the still ill obsession. :up:

baby im dancin (badly)!oh yeah :rolleyes:

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Skyscraper's "Superstate" continually creeps back to my stereo after being forgtten fr months on end - a cracking britrock album that holds its own against Troublegum and Pure....

And Kerbdog's "On The Turn" is simply one of the finest albums ever made, yet I still forget all about it for months at a time....

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Well, after catching Moz on Glastonbury on BBC3 and hearing him do Shakespears Sister i had to look out Louder Than Bombs - and then I caught The Headmaster Ritual on the highlights, so out came Meat Is Murder..

Yip - getting back into The Smiths in a big way...

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Every time I dig out Finelines by My Vitriol, it becomes my favourite album again. Wish they'd hurry up with some new material.

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I dug out a Grifters LP last night. Tis called "Crappin you Negative" or something similar...

Cant remember buying it but am now glad I did.

Dave

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RATM - Evil Empire(best album musically)

i reckon its their best album by a long way, not a bad song on it, always sounds really fresh :up:

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i reckon its their best album by a long way' date=' not a bad song on it, always sounds really fresh :up:[/quote']

One of the albums i know every single word to. I only rap it on my own though, that would be a hideous sight for someone if they saw my white ass rapping!!

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thanks to jo macafferty i have just rediscovered the wonders of the incredible string band - chelsea sessions 1967, wondrous acid fuelled late 60's acoustic meanderings.

and i love rediscovering morrissey and the smiths, always a joy!

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