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postyesterdayman
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Re: when your favourites make you wince!
Apr 13, 2007, 13:11
Julian Cope's My Nation Underground. When I got into Cope, I bought WSYM and Fried first and then jujst continued in sequential order from there...well, I was, needless to say, dismayed when I got to My Nation Underground but after being scared away for a minute, picked up Peggy and realized that it was only a temporary setback. As for MNU...well, I burned it whilst stoned one evening, then my girlfriend adhered it to a burned copy of the first Grateful Dead album and it sat on the side table as 'weird art' for nearly a year.

Other examples Beck's 'Midshite Vultures' Richard Ashcroft's 'Alone with Everybody' (not with me, you crap fucker). Radiohead's exceedingly tiring Amnesiac.
Scott Walker's old man passing a turd concept album 'The Drift'
Blur's 'Stink Tank'
Stone Roses 'Second Coming'
Belle and Sebastian (yes, when they came out I loved them, sue me. I hadn't yet realized they were Donovan and Nick Drake combined) 'The Boy with the Arab Strap'
I really could go on and on....
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