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Old 23-07-2013, 10:09
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He said it was a bit like THB or something like that.
They've said that loads of times. It never is.
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Old 23-07-2013, 10:12
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They've said that loads of times. It never is.
My favourite was 2004 and Nicky saying "Lifeblood is The Holy Bible for 35 year olds".

How I laughed - what does that even mean!?!
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My favourite was 2004 and Nicky saying "Lifeblood is The Holy Bible for 35 year olds".

How I laughed - what does that even mean!?!
"Lifeblood is the THB for people that have never listened to THB".
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Old 23-07-2013, 11:08
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Can't we abbreviate it to the slightly offensive "FO"?

Anyway...

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I do like the fact that people are trying to predict what an album called Futurology will sound like. It is fantastically apt.
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Old 23-07-2013, 11:48
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I do like the fact that people are trying to predict what an album called Futurology will sound like. It is fantastically apt.
It drives me insanse when people claim they *know* what it will sound like based on obscure b-sides from 2010.
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Old 23-07-2013, 12:11
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I'm praying they change the name. It is truly awful.
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Old 23-07-2013, 12:17
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It drives me insanse when people claim they *know* what it will sound like based on obscure b-sides from 2010.
Shut it!
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Ha Ha!!! Heard you like Badfinger? Incredible band. I have been listening to a lot of Pete Ham lately - sadly missed.
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You can't escape my futurology...


They should do homage to this cover.
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I'm going with WTF. The title sounds vaguely ridiculous to me, like when Jeremy Beadle described himself as an Imagineer. One of those words that sounds like it shouldn't exist.
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Old 23-07-2013, 12:30
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Thanks to Mar I keep thinking of it as "Fut-Urology", which is not an improvement!
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I looked on a Prince forum to see how they refer to Musicology. The best I could find was...

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An era of absolute shit music that's still going strong today.
http://prince.org/msg/7/388073

Well, that's of no help whatsoever when it comes to shorthand but at least I've found myself a soulmate.
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Ha Ha!!! Heard you like Badfinger? Incredible band. I have been listening to a lot of Pete Ham lately - sadly missed.
I absolutely love Badfinger! I went to a Pete Ham tribute gig in Swansea a few months ago, organised by some of Pete's old friends and band members. Got to meet a lot of Badfinger people such as Ron Griffiths and Dai Jenkins (who were in The Iveys) and Bob Jackson. Also got to meet his daughter and other Badfinger related families. It was very interesting! JDB was invited to play by the organisers but either the message didn't get through to him or he just ignored them (I know this for a fact ).

There's a new set of Pete Ham demos that came out earlier this year as well... I'm going to try and bung JDB a copy the next time I see him.
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Old 23-07-2013, 14:25
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I absolutely love Badfinger! I went to a Pete Ham tribute gig in Swansea a few months ago, organised by some of Pete's old friends and band members. Got to meet a lot of Badfinger people such as Ron Griffiths and Dai Jenkins (who were in The Iveys) and Bob Jackson. Also got to meet his daughter and other Badfinger related families. It was very interesting! JDB was invited to play by the organisers but either the message didn't get through to him or he just ignored them (I know this for a fact ).

There's a new set of Pete Ham demos that came out earlier this year as well... I'm going to try and bung JDB a copy the next time I see him.
That sounds awesome. I'd love to have been born when they were going strong. I have been listening to a few bootlegs they did at Carnegie Hall. Excellent stuff. Still can't forgive them for Magic Christian though!
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