The shred your cred thread

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Re: The shred your cred thread

Post by andyroo » Thu Aug 12, 2010 16:12

Should they have called themselves Ask Pablo, they'd have been the first band ever named after a thread on an internet forum.
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Post by tompony » Thu Aug 12, 2010 16:41

I enjoyed Be Like Pablo a lot, apart from their last song which I didn't like at all!

I'm not really into McFly apart from a couple of songs (Obviously and It's All About You are quite nice), generally I find them a bit too slick and cheesy. They're better than Weezer though, I don't like Weezer at ALL.

I like pretty much every song on the second Busted album but "Who's David?" is my absolute favourite. Keen Lardpony fans may remember* that we used to segue into it from "I'm In Love With a Noxious Gas", as it has the exact same chords.

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Re: The shred your cred thread

Post by humblebee » Thu Aug 12, 2010 16:42

NOXIOUS GAS!

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Post by be_like_pablo » Thu Aug 12, 2010 23:31

Busted!!!! Ouch. I can assure you that we have 100% no endorsement of Busted.

But Weezer - or early Weezer should I say - are awesome and I'll happily take that one.

It don't get much more credible than this masterpiece: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1mxEoA3G ... re=related

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Post by a layer of chips » Fri Aug 13, 2010 07:00

tompony wrote: Keen Lardpony fans may remember* that we used to segue into it from "I'm In Love With a Noxious Gas", as it has the exact same chords.

* nobody will remember this but me
Yeah, right. Like you ever played 'I'm in love with a noxious gas" live. Come off it!

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Re: The shred your cred thread

Post by this clump of trees » Sun Aug 15, 2010 01:22

i voted for mccain.

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Re: The shred your cred thread

Post by mimpkin » Sun Aug 15, 2010 21:25

be_like_pablo wrote:Busted!!!! Ouch. I can assure you that we have 100% no endorsement of Busted.

But Weezer - or early Weezer should I say - are awesome and I'll happily take that one.

It don't get much more credible than this masterpiece: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1mxEoA3G ... re=related
I didn't realise that Weezer could be cred shreddable. I've been listening to them all afternoon. Oh and the Libertines, mentioned earlier in the thread, I love the Libertines. Am I on a cred shredding suicide mission here? Well, why not go the whole hog . . . I care not.
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Re: The shred your cred thread

Post by brian » Sun Aug 15, 2010 23:09

I still think when will I be famous by bros is brilliant.

There, I said it.

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Re: The shred your cred thread

Post by Murray » Tue Aug 17, 2010 14:24

I find myself humming The Birdie Dance at work waaay too often. Today I caught myself humming it and then, a few minutes later, 'Too Many Broken Hearts in The World' by someone from Neighbours (was it Jason Donovan?)

Also, much to my own dismay, I sometimes find myself humming that annoying little jingle from the Asda adverts where the 'shopper' pats their back pocket when I'm actually in Asda.
I am clearly a pawn in the advertisers' evil gameplan.

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Re: The shred your cred thread

Post by leonardo » Tue Aug 17, 2010 15:59

I "once" "almost" shed a tear for Blink 182 -Adam's song.

...Remember the time that I spilled the cup
Of apple juice in the hall
Please tell mom this is not her fault...
*snif*


multilevel cred shred right here, i believe.

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Re: The shred your cred thread

Post by darvé » Fri Sep 10, 2010 08:52

I went to see Ultrasound's first gig in soemthing like 11 years last night, and I WASN'T THE ONLY ONE.

Nice hat Andy!
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Post by tompony » Fri Sep 10, 2010 09:09

I bet they weren't top of anyone's "bands expected to reform" list. Were they good? I saw them support *cough*Placebo*cough* back in the day and they were pretty fantastic.

Who supported? I heard it was supposed to be somebody "special"?

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Post by indiansummer » Fri Sep 10, 2010 09:17

hmm... i've got the Fierce Panda 7", and that's oookaaaay, but i remember them being a bit shit thereafter. has time been good to them?

i heard they were reforming the other day actually. was it the original line-up? it confirms for me that pretty much everyone's up for reunions these days

when will tiger get back together though? that's what i'd like to know.
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Post by tompony » Fri Sep 10, 2010 09:20

all of their singles were brilliant, although I never really got into the album.

Tiger were the first other band to come up when I mentioned the Ultrasound reunion on another forum, weirdly! Was their second album any good? The first one is fun.

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Post by indiansummer » Fri Sep 10, 2010 09:36

i dunno actually. it got put off for ages and then eventually surfaced on Tugboat, i think. P'raps it's cheap online somewhere; i might have a look.

i didn't like that Best Wishes one by Ultrasound at the time... can't remember it though, so could be time for a reassessment. if i can be arsed, like.
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Re: The shred your cred thread

Post by darvé » Fri Sep 10, 2010 09:37

tompony wrote:all of their singles were brilliant, although I never really got into the album.
This, totally. I found the album a little too overblown, the singles though were all wonderful. I'll confess to having not really listened to them in 10 years or so, so i'd pretty much forgotten eveything they'd done apart from Same Band and Stay Young, which were, annoyingly the 2nd and 3rd songs they played. But then hearing things like Suckle and Floodlit World and Fame Thing amongst others just bought it all back.

Will, it was the original line up yeah, and they all look exactly the same, still with 90's haircuts and beards. it was all quite surreal.

Oh, and Tom, the support was a band called (i think) Young Husbands who really weren't that special at all.
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Post by tompony » Fri Sep 10, 2010 09:46

Ah, that's a shame. For some reason I had the impression they were getting some other old favourites that time has forgotten as the support.

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Re: The shred your cred thread

Post by Mr Bear » Fri Sep 10, 2010 09:52

indiansummer wrote:
i didn't like that Best Wishes one by Ultrasound at the time... can't remember it though, so could be time for a reassessment. if i can be arsed, like.
It's an amazing song!

Bit of an emotional night last night.

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Re: The shred your cred thread

Post by indiansummer » Fri Sep 10, 2010 09:55

anyway, enough of them - what about this hat?
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Re: The shred your cred thread

Post by andyroo » Fri Sep 10, 2010 10:09

I could quite happily never hear Vienna again... hang about.
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