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Post by crystalball » Sat Oct 06, 2007 11:16

Soda Fountain Rag, 'Walking With My Angel'

Cuuute!

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Post by Outcognito » Sat Oct 06, 2007 11:41

crystalball wrote:Soda Fountain Rag, 'Walking With My Angel'

Cuuute!
One mightily addictive track! Fab!
It's so easy when the door is wide open.

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Post by Anonymous » Sat Oct 06, 2007 15:24

the daggermen 'now it's you I need'

ace pop!

I wish I had a beatle wig to whip about frenziedly

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Post by Anonymous » Sat Oct 06, 2007 16:34

I'm listening to jaynie and the ice creams performing, I'm reliably informed, a lovely number called 'cock shitty'

it's going straight onto my generic mp3 player

'it tasted really sweet
but it was only foive per cent'

she can really belt 'em out

POP! none more than!

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Post by Anonymous » Sat Oct 06, 2007 19:00

the cut-outs 'leave that girl alone'

brilliant!

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Post by mutantchoux » Sat Oct 06, 2007 19:36

As of now, my ears are absorbing the sounds of "I'm in Pittsburgh (and it's Raining)" by the Vibes. It's going to be a mutantrockingly Vibes evening, I feel.

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Post by Mr Bear » Sat Oct 06, 2007 19:51

The Kinks - Victoria

Hurrr!

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Post by mutantchoux » Sat Oct 06, 2007 23:03

As this moment in time slips into the next, I am being aurally stimulated by "Grave Robber" by The Sharks. It's a lot jauntier than the title might suggest, and it is thoroughly psychobilly in the grand style (which is to say, it's more like Rockabilly plugged in and slightly punked up than some of the more extreme examples).

I couldn't be arsed slipping the word "mutantrock" into the post. At some point I'll give up with the waffle and just bellow "READ MY BLOG" instead.

I know you await the day with bated brains.

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Post by Colin » Sun Oct 07, 2007 00:12

Tales Of Jenny - Reading Oscar Wilde In Public

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Post by RalphWiggum » Sun Oct 07, 2007 00:26

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Innit.
I wear a coat of feelings and they are loud

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Post by Anonymous » Sun Oct 07, 2007 22:13

mutantchoux wrote:As of now, my ears are absorbing the sounds of "I'm in Pittsburgh (and it's Raining)" by the Vibes. It's going to be a mutantrockingly Vibes evening, I feel.
I've been after that for the last six months and humming it for the last 20 years or so

it's the definitive version of that song, no other version comes close (although I doubt I've heard every version)

cor!

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Post by mutantchoux » Sun Oct 07, 2007 23:12

Linus wrote:
mutantchoux wrote:As of now, my ears are absorbing the sounds of "I'm in Pittsburgh (and it's Raining)" by the Vibes. It's going to be a mutantrockingly Vibes evening, I feel.
I've been after that for the last six months and humming it for the last 20 years or so

it's the definitive version of that song, no other version comes close (although I doubt I've heard every version)

cor!
I couldn't heart it any harder if I tried. I've just done a quick check, and I only have four versions - which seems to be a little less than I expected. I had it down as one of those songs that everyone and his pet camel did, seems I was mistaken.

Mad Dog Cole (stupid name, erstwhile frontman of the Krewmen, corking album) does a good version (not as good as the Vibes), the original isn't too shabby, Thee Exit Wounds are a bit rubbish at it, to be honest.

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Post by Paquito » Mon Oct 08, 2007 12:46

Dirty Three - Indian Love Song.

With imagined high kicks, shouts and general shape-cutting by Mr Ellis. Those versions they played of it at ATP earlier this year will go into the file of "best things you've ever seen".
They don't call me Hawkeye Gilhooley... at all

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Post by humblebee » Mon Oct 08, 2007 16:39

A Smile And a Ribbon's album.

It's all good but I really love the one that sounds like Pipas.

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Post by Anonymous » Mon Oct 08, 2007 17:15

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The Giant Robots 'Too Young To Know Better, Too Hard To Care'

Ginchy!

The Giant Robots are from Switzerland and are on the mighty Voodoo Rhythm label

a perfect snotty kid brother accompaniment to the super-sophisticated and delovely Fabienne Delsol Lp

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Post by Sylvie » Mon Oct 08, 2007 21:46

Feist - My Moon My Man.

I think some Fabienne Delsol next...

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Post by mutantchoux » Tue Oct 09, 2007 18:34

The Frantic Flintstones - Jack the Ripper (Nekro Blues)


The jauntiest, swingingest, graphickest little neo-rockabilly take on the Jack the Ripper theme (and not a cover, either).

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Post by Anonymous » Tue Oct 09, 2007 20:14

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'She No Rattle My Cage' Girl Trouble

Ladies and Gentlemen, man your cages!

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Post by RITH » Tue Oct 09, 2007 21:09

Glo-Worm - Downtown

I can sing along every word, just like my grandma probably, and still retain some of my cool, because, you know, it's Pam.

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Post by Anonymous » Tue Oct 09, 2007 23:10

the crystals 'what a nice way to turn 17'

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