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Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 18 November 2017 CE
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Re: Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 18 November 2017 CE
Nov 21, 2017, 11:41
thesweetcheat wrote:
Monganaut wrote:
They're the new big thang don't ya know, lauded all over the place, well the places I've read. I kinda feel sorry fer artists that are heralded as the emporers new clothes on the strength of their latest effort. If everything they produce isn't top notch, peeps soon loose interest. I quite liked the record on the first couple of listens I must admit, though I can't say it's gonna rearrange my brain DNA like some folks do. This is no reflection on the artist in question (and maybe my expectations of qualifies as a fabulous record sets the bar too high), but peeps do sem to herald fairly pedestrian music as 'amazing' these days. Maybe it's cos' there is so much choice.
God! I sound like a moany old cunt....I'll get me coat.


I didn't know that, as it happens, I don't read much trendy music press these days :) Good luck to the guy if he has become popular though, fleetingly or otherwise. I bought the Inheritors mainly on the basis of the cover and the song titles...


I must say that I almost missed this had come out too. I agree with all you say about how the "thrill of the chase" aspect of finding new music has seriously diminished these days... but nevertheless, that JH album is really good.
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