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Old 04-10-2021, 20:03
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I don't like the rules for these threads. Means I have to listen to PFAYM and decide on tracks
These threads ... the only rule is ...wind each other up....go
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Old 05-10-2021, 07:59
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That font! BOLD CAPITALS. It's like it's shouting at you over the internet!
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Old 05-10-2021, 09:58
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Generation Terrorists: Damn Dog
Gold Against The Soul: Symphony of Tourette
The Holy Bible: She is Suffering
Everything Must Go: Further Away
This Is My Truth Tell Me Yours: SYMM
Know Your Enemy: Wattsville Blues
Lifeblood: Emily
Send Away The Tigers: Rendition
Journal For Plague Lovers: Pretension/Repulsion
Postcards From A Young Man: The Future has been here 4 Ever
Rewind The Film: As Holy as the Soil
Futurology: Mayakovsky
Resistance Is Futile: Vivian
The Ultra Vivid Lament: Orwellian
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Old 05-10-2021, 10:09
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Their masterpiece.
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Old 06-10-2021, 03:27
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Generation Terrorists: Damn Dog
Gold Against The Soul: Symphony Of Tourette
The Holy Bible: Of Walking Abortion
Everything Must Go: Further Away
This Is My Truth Tell Me Yours: I'm Not Working
Know Your Enemy: The Year Of Purification
Lifeblood: Emily
Send Away The Tigers: Winterlovers
Journal For Plague Lovers: Pretension / Repulsion
Postcards From A Young Man: A Billion Balconies Facing The Sun
Rewind The Film: Manorbier
Futurology: Sex, Power, Love And Money
Resistance Is Futile: Liverpool Revisited
The Ultra Vivid Lament: Blank Diary Entry
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Old 08-10-2021, 21:16
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Generation Terrorists: Spectators of suicide
Gold Against The Soul: Yourself
The Holy Bible: She is Suffering
Everything Must Go: Elvis impersonator (the worst of a fantastic album)
This Is My Truth Tell Me Yours: The Everlasting
Know Your Enemy: Royal Correspondent
Lifeblood: Empty Souls
Send Away The Tigers: Winter Lovers
Journal For Plague Lovers: Virginia State Epileptic Colony
Postcards From A Young Man: Don't be evil
Rewind The Film: anthem for a lost cause
Futurology: let's go to war
Resistance Is Futile: Broken algorithms
The Ultra Vivid Lament: Orwellian
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Old 08-10-2021, 23:39
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Generation Terrorists: So Dead
Gold Against The Soul: Symphony of Tourette
The Holy Bible: The intense humming of evil
Everything Must Go: The girl who wanted to be god
This Is My Truth Tell Me Yours: Born a girl
Know Your Enemy: Wattsville Blues
Lifeblood: Fragments
Send Away The Tigers: Autumn song
Journal For Plague Lovers: She bathed herself in a bath of bleach
Postcards From A Young Man: The Decent
Rewind The Film: Manorbier
Futurology: Futurology
Resistance Is Futile: Distant colours
The Ultra Vivid Lament: Don't let the night divide us



.... Man that was hard to do 😅
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Old 09-10-2021, 07:50
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After last night I’m slightly reticent to engage in a negative thread, but…

Generation Terrorists: Damn Dog
Gold Against The Soul: Gold Against The Soul
The Holy Bible: (this is hard)… Mausoleum
Everything Must Go: Further Away
This Is My Truth Tell Me Yours: You’re Tender & You’re Tired (whistling solo, still)
Know Your Enemy: So Why So Sad
Lifeblood: I Live To Fall Asleep
Send Away The Tigers: Second Great Depression
Journal For Plague Lovers: Journal For Plague Lovers
Postcards From A Young Man: at a push, The Descent, but could be any of ‘em
Rewind The Film: As Holy As The Soil
Futurology: Sex, Power, Love & Money
Resistance Is Futile: Liverpool Revisited
The Ultra Vivid Lament: Don't Let The Night Divide Us
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Old 15-10-2021, 23:43
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Generation Terrorists: Repeat Star and Stripes
Gold Against The Soul: Nostalgic Pushead
The Holy Bible: The intense humming of evil
Everything Must Go: small black flowers
This Is My Truth Tell Me Yours: im not working
Know Your Enemy: wattsville blues
Lifeblood:Emily
Send Away The Tigers:Winterlovers
Journal For Plague Lovers: Williams Last Words
Postcards From A Young Man:The future has been here forever
Rewind The Film: As holy as the soil
Futurology:sex power love and money
Resistance Is Futile: the left behind
The Ultra Vivid Lament: into the waves of love
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Old 17-10-2021, 10:53
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It's a good topic, this! For me, it's:

Generation Terrorists: Spectators of Suicide
Gold Against The Soul: Yourself
The Holy Bible: She is Suffering
Everything Must Go: Further Away
This Is My Truth Tell Me Yours: SYMM
Know Your Enemy: My Guernica
Lifeblood: Always/Never
Send Away The Tigers: The Second Great Depression
Journal For Plague Lovers: This Joke Sport Severed
Postcards From A Young Man: The Descent
Rewind The Film: I Miss The Tokyo Skyline
Futurology: The View From Stow Hill
Resistance Is Futile: Vivian
The Ultra Vivid Lament: Blank Diary Entry

Although the only one's I actively dislike are SYMM (dull backing, and as said above, a song where the lyrics are about being unsure about themselves), Always/Never (a step too far into 'organic' pop for me) and The Descent (which is appalling - really really bad). Never understood why The Second Great Depression doesn't get much negative feedback, it always sounded Manics-by-numbers to me, but each to their own.
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