Post your most listened to albums of the last week

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#1142

apparently so!

i’ll be interested to check out what they do, but as much as i like most of their Fall work i can’t really imagine them doing anything particularly interesting without Mark. the bassist and drummer in particular seem to be really into hard-rock stuff like Motorhead, i imagine it will sound like New Facts Emerge but with a more ordinary ‘rock’ singer. i’m sure there’ll be some good Greenway riffs though and good luck to 'em.

enjoyed the comment under the article saying

Fair play to them. Maybe they should call themselves TopLadsVeryProfessional


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#1144

Disser’s can’t just post on one forum, can they? :grinning:

No but totally agree, good luck too them! It’ll be some proper big boots to fill but if they can find someone, it’ll be a project worth seeking out!


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#1147

Has paddez stopped or something?


#1148

Aye it’s fucked. This works the same though

http://www.tapmusic.net/


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#1150

Been having a Graham Coxon love in the last few days <3


#1151


On a bit of a Bill Callahan kick this week. …Eagle is such a beautiful album.


#1152

No love for The Sky is Too High? I really should listen to more Coxon solo records as I always enjoy what I’ve heard


#1153

I mdight not have ever tried that one actually. I bought The Golden D when it came out and saw him at Reading that year and he was great. I live his guitar sound and work but after that only listened to Happiness In Magazines and A+E and even those not for a while. Then noticed this week he was the reason I’d enjoyed the End Of The Fucking World soundtrack, so went off on one with him.


#1154

The Sky is Too High (along with The Spinning Top) show off Coxon’s folkier, more melancholic and gentler side - there probably closer to his work on the EOTFW soundtrack. His finger picking working on the Spinning Top is absolutely fantastic! Never really got round to A+E (didn’t rate the single What’ll It Take when that was released but caught a live set around that time and he was great!) but there’s lots of belters on Happiness and Golden D. Not Heard Crow Sit On Blood Tree, is it any good?


#1155

YLT’s Riot is absolutely wonderful, had it playing for every commute this week. Not as much Fall but did listen to a couple of tracks off Totale’s Turn (which had some decent recordings so will certainly be revisiting that) and Ersatz GB (wasn’t really grabbing me at the time but will give it more attention at a later date)


#1156

Lowgold? There’s a blast from the distant past. Remember buying the 108 EP off the back of an NME Single Of The Week recommendation. Booked a Coldplay ticket for Shep Bush Empire just to see Lowgold again.

Still sounds like margarine brand though.


#1157

Ok, so you were listening to it months ago, but spotted it scanning the thread.


#1158

love that Dirty Three album. was starting to get quite into them and then MES died and hoovered up all my listening attention again. i must get back to them.


#1159

That threw me initially as I couldn’t remember hearing any Lowgold recently!

I’m assuming that it must have popped up on a shuffle at some stage last summer, can’t remember the last time I chose to listen to them.

You’re right though, it does sound like a brand of margarine!


#1160

Aye it’s brilliant, isn’t it? I’m only really familiar with their first couple of albums and not completely explored their catalogue. Been meaning to check out Cat Power’s Moon Pix which they also feature on.


#1161