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1 hour ago, Old Man Riva said:

Ghost Funk Orchestra... they’ve a new album out in November - can’t wait!

 

Way better than I expected! Gonna have to acquire their music!

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31 minutes ago, Rich said:

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Fish is still around? Who knew? World Pain. Perfect name for a 2020 album!

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This popped up on my Facebook. 
 

 

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On 17/08/2020 at 19:02, Thunderbird said:

Listening to a band called Haken on a recommendation but not really into them 

Man I love Haken! Excellent vocal harmonies, complex and interesting compositions, perfectly balanced mix, all round good stuff! 

The first two albums are quite theatrical, Affinity is probably the best for casual listening, the latest album Virus is a good, if somewhat apt for current time, listen too  

Listening to them as we speak! 

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17 hours ago, TheMaartian said:

Way better than I expected! Gonna have to acquire their music!

Their last album - A Song For Paul - is a good place to start...

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1 hour ago, Old Man Riva said:

Their last album - A Song For Paul - is a good place to start...

Amazon Music Unlimited playlist built!

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20 hours ago, TheMaartian said:

Fish is still around? Who knew? World Pain. Perfect name for a 2020 album!

He's retiring from music, this is his last studio album and will (eventually :( ) be his final ever tour. He's all about gardening these days.

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12 hours ago, 4000 said:

Anyone remember this?

 

Who could forget this series when part of the intro was a Class 47 locomotive emerging from Box Hill Tunnel?

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Greg Puciato - Child Soldier: Creator Of God

First solo record from the singer of The Dillinger Escape Plan and The Black Queen

 

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Today as I work it's been Call of the West by Wall of Voodoo , Slow to Fade by the Red Guitars and Hunters & Collectors comp Natural Selection. These tunes got quite a lot of air time on Peel's show and they still sound fresh and original 

 

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Something a bit different, I discovered latasha lee a while back, she’s a sort of cross between RnB and mowtown, but she sings quite a few different styles . 

 

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@Rich Got a Fish CD single with a live cover of Faith Healer TSAHB - classic vibes

Takes me back a bit... possibly 30 years!

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The new album from The Lovely Eggs dropped onto the doormat today. 

It will be in heavy rotation in the coming days. 

 

 

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