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Postby Chinners » Fri Apr 27, 2007 14:57

Sea Nymphs are superb live (granted there's alot of backing tape stuff) . . . hurrah if this gets confirmed.

I saw a Cardiacs line up of about 8 people in the early days . . . . I'm supprised I got into them after that to be honest . . . they were shit
I saw a cluster of DOGS

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Postby Batesy » Fri Apr 27, 2007 14:59

Chinners wrote:I'm supprised I got into them after that to be honest . . . they were shit


:lol: You are the Consultant, aren't you?! :wink:

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Postby Chinners » Fri Apr 27, 2007 15:02

:twisted: . . . . Tis true thou, they were
I saw a cluster of DOGS

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Postby Pet Lamb » Fri Apr 27, 2007 16:31

Batesy wrote:
Chinners wrote:I'm supprised I got into them after that to be honest . . . they were shit


:lol: You are the Consultant, aren't you?! :wink:


Behave... :roll:

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Postby ChrisLuxford » Sat Apr 28, 2007 17:56

Batesy wrote:
Chinners wrote:I'm supprised I got into them after that to be honest . . . they were shit


:lol: You are the Consultant, aren't you?! :wink:


The Consultant is much taller than Chinners.
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Postby perdothegit » Sun Apr 29, 2007 04:11

Finally, only two months after I ordered them, I received my copies of Briny Hooves and Yew's Paw. Yipeee!!!!

I am enjoying Briny Hooves much more than I expected. Not that I didn't think I'd like it of course, but it's much better than I expected. I love albums that have a strong pop sensibility yet still come off as sort of weird. Anyway, it's great but I wish it had come with a lyric sheet.

Yew's Paw is about what I expected so I'm liking it quite a bit, but I have to say that there are no other songs as immediately engaging as Within My Skull.

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Postby Alternate BC » Sun Apr 29, 2007 08:48

perdothegit wrote:Finally, only two months after I ordered them, I received my copies of Briny Hooves and Yew's Paw. Yipeee!!!!

I am enjoying Briny Hooves much more than I expected. Not that I didn't think I'd like it of course, but it's much better than I expected. I love albums that have a strong pop sensibility yet still come off as sort of weird. Anyway, it's great but I wish it had come with a lyric sheet.


I always hate that when there is no lyric sheet.

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Postby frostbyte » Sun Apr 29, 2007 11:20

i have a solution for that,

1. take a piece of paper and a pen

2 put on the cd

3 listen carefuly what he sings and write it down

now this may take some practice, en may require repeatedly playing the cd, but thats a good thing.

:-P
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Postby Alternate BC » Sun Apr 29, 2007 14:09

frostbyte wrote:i have a solution for that,

1. take a piece of paper and a pen

2 put on the cd

3 listen carefuly what he sings and write it down

now this may take some practice, en may require repeatedly playing the cd, but thats a good thing.

:-P


So that's how misheard lyrics start :lol:
'excuse me, while i kiss this guy' hehe

Didn't we do a thread about this once ?

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Postby Pet Lamb » Sun Apr 29, 2007 17:37

frostbyte wrote:i have a solution for that,

1. take a piece of paper and a pen

2 put on the cd

3 listen carefuly what he sings and write it down

now this may take some practice, en may require repeatedly playing the cd, but thats a good thing.


Ooooh...get him... :roll:

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Postby Pheeel » Sun Apr 29, 2007 20:04

Alternate BC wrote:
perdothegit wrote:Finally, only two months after I ordered them, I received my copies of Briny Hooves and Yew's Paw. Yipeee!!!!

I am enjoying Briny Hooves much more than I expected. Not that I didn't think I'd like it of course, but it's much better than I expected. I love albums that have a strong pop sensibility yet still come off as sort of weird. Anyway, it's great but I wish it had come with a lyric sheet.


I always hate that when there is no lyric sheet.


Give me a few days and I'll see what I can come up with.
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Postby schlep » Sun Apr 29, 2007 21:05

Hooray Pheeel the crafty lyrics man - I was just appreciating your efforts the other night, on the Spratleys album; for some reason I have a hard time deciphering the words on my own.
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