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Started by Rocket Surgery, December 30, 2017, 07:38:45 AM

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Rocket Surgery

Or more. Your drug consumption may vary.

Peaches En Regalia is my current unstoppable jam.

itsfredtitmus

hmhb - best things in live
on sixth listen today


Rocket Surgery


Rich Uncle Skeleton

You'll get accountability
With Conservative delivery
Make sure this time you get it right
Vote for Greg Knight

(repeat forever)

Rocket Surgery

Make sure you check Big Narstie's reboot.

bong

Gregory Torso

I "listened" to Acid Mothers Temple's hour-long Lady Pink Lemonade (You're So Sweet) eight times in a row once when I was passed out drunk. I mean I wasn't conscious but it still permeated into the skull cast.

Dr Syntax Head

Generallllllls and majuuuuuuures

Best song ever written. Mrs Syntax is sick of it

Ferris

Ebeneezer Goode - the Shamen (ravetastic)

Stray Birds - Rose Cousins (nice banjo singy)

Way Down in the Hole - Tom Waits (lovely old tune)

That's in the last few days

daf

Quote from: Rocket Surgery on December 30, 2017, 07:38:45 AM
Peaches En Regalia is my current unstoppable jam.

Here's the original 1969 mix for a bit of variety
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BSb_YW3p8CY

I don't know if it's the recent chaos and schism in the current Zappa family that let it slip though the cracks, but this version finally made it's CD debut in 2012 - http://audiophilereview.com/audiophile-music/zappas-hot-rats-2012-in-with-the-old-out-with-the-new.html

Johnny Yesno

That would be Gliding (Call Centre Splendour) by nick nicely.

https://nicknicely.bandcamp.com/track/gliding-call-centre-splendour

However, a friend of mine's obsessive listening of Worlock by Skinny Puppy takes some beating. She filled a C90 cassette with just that track so she could listen to it over and over with minimal effort. It is a great track, but that would do my head in.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sDEhCm0pxCo

DukeDeMondo

"Andrew Eldritch Is Moving Back To Leeds" by The Mountain Goats. I can't get enough of it. Novella's worth of stuff packed into four and a wee bit minutes. Phenomenal.

Ferris

Quote from: DukeDeMondo on December 30, 2017, 03:57:27 PM
"Andrew Eldritch Is Moving Back To Leeds" by The Mountain Goats. I can't get enough of it. Novella's worth of stuff packed into four and a wee bit minutes. Phenomenal.

You've just reminded me, I did the sunset tree by the mountain goats a few times in a row because the first half was so good. Real nice pop music with weird vocals and all guitars and that. No Kids from a later album was another one I listened to a lot

buttgammon

Futur Parlé by Essaie Pas

I've only just discovered this band, and this song is particularly brilliant.

Black Ship

Kings of Convenience - winning the battle losing the war

heard it on the radio at work and looked it up as soon as i got home.

BlodwynPig


Brundle-Fly


bgmnts


Brundle-Fly

Quote from: Dr Syntax Head on December 30, 2017, 02:21:46 PM
Generallllllls and majuuuuuuures

Best song ever written. Mrs Syntax is sick of it

Annoy her even more with this?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bCqIGDp4_i4

Bhazor

I didn't realise I had it on repeat until an hour later.

Nier Automata OST - Birth of a Wish

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l1RM8ECQe5g

Chairman Bodog

Cocaine by Dick Justice. I listen to it 20 times every morning.

lazyhour


Cuntbeaks

Pavement - Cut your hair

One from the vaults

the

Meatbingo - Thumbs Aloft

That chorus gets under my skin and I need to hear it again.


Sparers

Peaches is one of the greatest pieces of music I've ever heard. Got this going at the moment
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rm6ZtALw5KM

Sunflower Bean- I Was A Fool. Traces of The Sundays, Fleetwood Mac and maybe The Corrs?

royce coolidge

On the beach Neil Young,hear it in my sleep.

kidsick5000


Johnny Yesno

Quote from: the on December 31, 2017, 02:23:17 PM
Meatbingo - Thumbs Aloft

That chorus gets under my skin and I need to hear it again.

If you haven't heard him yet, I recommend you check out VHS Head.

wosl

Probably The Other Side by C. Duncan; one of those that snares you within seconds of your first listen.  Before that it would've been Quick Canal by Atlas Sound (another great Laetitia Sadier guest vocal contribution; she really does excel at making other people's tracks more special).  Listened to it over and over.