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Pete

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PostSubject: TheIndieHandbook   Tue Feb 02, 2010 8:52 pm

http://theindiehandbook.wordpress.com/

Quite an interesting site, check out Eric's fave albums of the decade Wink
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PostSubject: Re: TheIndieHandbook   Fri Feb 05, 2010 4:12 am

this is a GREAT site - i got lots of new stuff to find out about and get mental over! Very Happy man, they even talk about Ohbijou - a band in my backyard i guess that i never bothered to listen to or never heard about anyhow... i see some good listenin ahead of me! i even see they like that B&S album that was recommended to me here awhile back Push Barman, which i hav to admit that i really like now.. i'm actually a little surprised at myself for not liking them before - great storytelling lyrics and i'm almost always big on that! i think "state im in" and "lazy line painter jane" are my favourites.. an i think Legal Man maybe..
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PostSubject: Re: TheIndieHandbook   Fri Feb 05, 2010 6:09 pm

Its been a while since listening to it, but I have Push Bar ( something makes me think it was a demo version on here ? ) .. and the LLPJ ep. Have always loved this track, especially the line..."..about a doze of thrush you got while licking railings"

In a what ? Shocked Did he just sing what I thought he sang ? Shocked How witty Very Happy

"....there are lotions, there are potions.." brilliant !

Always been a brilliant track, the build up to it in the intro is superb, then the hammond kicks in, Monica Queens belting vocal. I saw her when she was in Thrum, and her voice is absolutley HUGE live. Tammy Wynette eat yer heart out ha ha !

Yeh, I'm gonna check a few more of the bands mentioned on this site, I get kinda annoyed with myself sometimes when people have a top ten fave albums, and I only know of 2 of them. Time to get up to speed again.
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