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    Nice review. We've not got it, but I've heard bits of it and quite liked it. I suppose it helps that these are her two albums that I know least well overall, and so I won't have the problem of familiarity with the originals to the same degree of some. I suspect I'll give it a buy sometime soon.

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    Thanks. Listening to it 'on it's own', it's a good album I think. I just really don't get the point of it. Rubberband Girl is terrible though.
    “If my sons did not want wars, there would be none.” - Gutle Schnaper Rothschild

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    Today I'm listening to "Hair", the fab third new single from Lady Gaga in just about as many weeks. I'm as free as my hair!

    Si.

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    Lady Gaga was on the cover of today's Metro, advertising her 'Born This Way' album. Apparently she dropped out of the front of a motorcycle, which is nice for her.

    This morning I had Doves and 10CC on the MP3 player. Not quite sure about 10CC. They're quite good fun, but do they go any deeper than a novelty act?

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    I'm currently loving the first EP from Artmagic, a collaboration between Richard Oakes of Suede and Sean McGhee, a friend of mine from uni. Beautiful music. More info here: http://www.facebook.com/artmagic

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    Currently listening to the mighty Quo.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=krK7Q...IKPF8bcGtLDYH5
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    Born This Way Deluxe Edition,fantastic album not really a "bad track" on it which I prefer to Gaga's previous albums,which felt like they had a lot of filler material;this one has repeated listening value!

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    Found the Kate Bush Director's Cut CD, and I'm enjoying a De-eeepe-r Und-errre---standi-ing****

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    Rick Wakeman's Journey to the Centre of the Earth album. Its very pretentious but pretty good.

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    Miike Snow this morning. I'm using Spotify because SOMEONE HASN'T PUT IT ON THE SERVER

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    Queen! More specifically, Play The Game.

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    Pat, Lisa and I have been singing along to 60s hits this morning as we pop the books back on the shelves in Birch Hill Library. Fab!

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    The new Howard Blake CD of music from the Tara Avengers episodes. Rather fab and groovy.

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    FOMO by Liam Finn. It's a lovely album.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SiHart View Post
    The new Howard Blake CD of music from the Tara Avengers episodes. Rather fab and groovy.
    I made the mistake of not buying it at Chichester, so have to wait a few weeks now. Doh!

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    Ahh yes, but you can order it and get the pound off with the code in the programme though!

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    Royksopp's Night Out.

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    Deep Purple's Come Taste the Band

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    REM's Reveal. 10 years old but still the perfect soundtrack for long, warm summer nights.

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    Listening to the new Arctic Monkeys album today. Liked the first two tracks but not so sure about the rest yet..

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    Lots of Deep Purple! (Mk III and Mk IV - the best eras of the band!)

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    Together We Were Made by The Feeling.

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    Oh you bought that! Only about seven people have joined you! I'm thinking of buying it at the weekend. Is it any good?

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    I got it for my birthday. I rather like it. It's not quite as upbeatly poppy as their other albums but there's something about it I quite like. The two singles have been excellent.

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    Ain't no Mountain High Enough by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrel. There are very few more joyful songs than this one. It's making me smile!

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