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Snot - Get Some (1997)

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A little hit and miss in places but generally not to be sniffed at.
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A little hit and miss in places but generally not to be sniffed at.
Oh my god! Blast from the past! I think I mentioned this a few months ago in another thread. Thought I was the only person who heard of them.

I agree it's hit and miss, but it has a little something. Sad what happened.



Oh my god! Blast from the past! I think I mentioned this a few months ago in another thread. Thought I was the only person who heard of them.

I agree it's hit and miss, but it has a little something. Sad what happened.
I put one of the tracks in for a song tourney at one point (pretty sure it was Snooze Button - too lazy-arsed today to go check) - think it went out quite early though

The album's even more fun after a Nolans album or two - you should try it some time

Yeah it was a shame .... cars ..... evil things



Buckcherry - Black Butterfly (2009, re)


Mixed, vocals really grate at times.



Tom Dick And Harry - ... And Sally (2008, ep)

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Eclectic offering that's somewhat mixed with the lead vocal more suited to some tracks than others.



A system of cells interlinked
Steven Wilson - Transience



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Yael Naim - Yael Naim (2007)

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Pleasant enough listen but at times tends to relegate itself to background music even with headphones on.



Bebe - Pafuera Telarañas (2004)


Somewhat mixed - generally prefer the tracks where she's giving it a bit of attitude.



Anouk - Together Alone (1997)


Decent rock/blues debut that'a fairly accomplished if a little 'safe'.



Arctic Monkeys - Favourite Worst Nightmare (2007)

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Lyrically witty, post pop-Britty, that's not so sh*tty.



Prince Fatty - Survival Of The Fattest (2007)


Decent fare for those that enjoy moving to an off-beat.



Pink Floyd - Dark Side Of The Moon (1973)

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Some serious wedge!



Buzzcocks - Another Music In A Different Kitchen (1978)


Just as class now as it was back in the day.
R.I.P. Pete.