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  1. #51
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    Senior Living by Royksopp. An outstanding and beautiful track.

    Si xx

    I've just got my handcuffs and my truncheon and that's enough.

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    For the first time in ages, I'm listening to some REM. Good stuff!

    Si xx

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    What is the Frequency, Mr Kenneth Sir?
    Pity. I have no understanding of the word. It is not registered in my vocabulary bank. EXTERMINATE!

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    This lightening storm, this tidal wave, this hurricane I'm not afraid. C'mon, c'mon no-one can make me cry-y-y-y-y-y!

    Si.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob McCow View Post
    What is the Frequency, Mr Kenneth Sir?
    Sir, I believe it is your benzedrine. Uh-huh.

    Si xx

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    I was listening to 'Delicate Sound of Thunder' by Pink Floyd this morning. I was just getting in to the office when 'Sorrow' came on and I was tempted to stay on the landing and listen to the whole thing!
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    In Private by Dusty Sprignfield. Now there's a forgotten song. It's awesome!

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    Keeps Gettin'Better - A Decade of Hits by Christina Aguilera. I'd forgotten how much I liked her and bought this on impulse this week, I love it.

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    A Christmas Together- John Denver and The Muppets- just downloaded the other songs we'd previously not had. Yay!

    Si xx

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    Andy Moor's "Moor Music Podcast", episode #31
    Assume you're going to Win
    Always have an Edge

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    Thanks to the wonderful Mr Alexander senior, I'm enjoying the BBC radiophonic Workshop live at the Roundhouse. Fabulous!

    Si xx

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    I'm enjoying the short-lived Ray Gillen (RIP) era of Black Sabbath at the moment, which consists of a few live bootlegs and the demos for an album which he would eventually leave the band before it was completed, to be replaced by Tony Martin on the full version.

    Ray Gillen died of AIDS in 1993. Obviously, whilst not as famous as Freddie Mercury, there was a memorial concert to help raise awareness. The unusual thing about Gillen is that it is believed that he contracted the disease from unprotected sex with a woman who was HIV positive.

    Like Freddie, he has one helluva voice, and his singing is sorely missed

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    I'm currently listening to the very unofficial 16 track 'Demos & Intrumentals' by The Smiths, which surfaced over the christmasd period. Very good quality, and some very interesting takes!

    01. The Hand That Rocks The Cradle (John Porter monitor mix)
    02. Reel Around The Fountain (final Troy Tate album version)
    03. Rusholme Ruffians (Electric version July 84)
    04. The Queen Is Dead (full version)
    05. Sheila Take A Bow (Porter version January 1987)
    06. This Night Has Opened My Eyes (studio version June 84)
    07. I Misses You (instrumental)
    08. Ask (pre-remix version)
    09. There Is A Light That Never Goes Out (take 1)
    10. Is It Really So Strange (June 86 'single' version)
    11. Frankly Mr Shankly (Trumpet version november 85)
    12. Shoplifters Of The World Unite (instrumental)
    13. Girlfriend In A Coma (monitor mix)
    14. Death Of A Disco Dancer (monitor mix)
    15. Paint A Vulgar Picture (monitor mix March 87)
    16. Heavy Track (instrumental)
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    Jim Noir.

    Si xx

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    Lots and lots of Beautiful South!

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    Jimi Hendrix's "West Coast Seattle Boy" box came today from play.com (which is good as it will mean THE KEY TO TIME TOMORROW!!! )
    4 CDs is a lot to get through but there's a lot of stuff I enjoyed and can't wait to hear again.

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    Tony Iommi with Glenn Hughes - The 1996 DEP Sessions

    I'm glad that these appeared on an official release eventually, even if they don't sound entirely finished. So much better than their previous collaboration on Black Sabbath's Seventh Star!

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    Listened to Holst's The Planets this morning, wondering if there was anything that John Williams didn't nick from it for his Star Wars music.
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    After a rather ecelectic soundtrack last night, I'm listening to Elbow this evening.

    Si xx

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    Listening to Snow Patrol and Keane like it was 2004.

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    Still the Corrie album and bits of Adele, off whose new album I like at least 3 or 4 songs. That's not made for a £3.99p purchase is it? Some of it is quite production-heavy epic/minor key piano, which reminds me of "Choirgirl"-era Tori Amos.

    Si.

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    On the way to work I had some 'Essential' Michael Jackson. And I was standing around in the cold counting cars to Hard-Fi - Suburban Knights.
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    REM's Out of Time. I'd forgotten what a strong album it is- it'd been ages since ilast heard before we took it away with us.

    However I still don't think Country Feedback is a great song. Near Wild Heaven is a bit of a lost gem though.

    Si xx

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    The rather excellent and damagingly catchy new McFly single "That's The Truth".

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    Everyone is Here by The Finn Brothers. Awesome album, even after all the many, many listens I've given it down the years.

    Si xx

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