the canuck
the canuck

February 14th, 2014, 2:31 am #11

are your favourite drummers Stuart Copeland and Larry Mullen too?
nothing wrong with copeland

Dan
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February 14th, 2014, 10:00 am #12

was embarrassing. The missus turned to look at me in horror and shook her head.

it didn't spoil it but it wasn't good
Actually, I was amazed at how embarrassing his rapping *didn't* sound, in the flesh at Heaton.
Middle aged men revisiting their youth is never going to be a particularly dignified spectacle. But that cuts both ways.
I think they got away with it better than most.
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colin threadbare
colin threadbare

February 16th, 2014, 5:29 pm #13

The should be a new Temples LP out now. It's very good, especally if you're enjoying the other one.

There's been a lot of good wobbly psycheindie about the last couple of years, from your Moon Duo/Wooden Shjips to your Field Music to your Hookworms.

Not a massive Impala fan, but there's a lot worse out there.
you know there's only one temples album
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February 16th, 2014, 8:25 pm #14

was embarrassing. The missus turned to look at me in horror and shook her head.

it didn't spoil it but it wasn't good
http://youtu.be/f3A_z5wqHv4?t=1m14s

Didn't ruin it. But definitely no fucking need for it.


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a b

February 16th, 2014, 10:40 pm #15

Ian's rapping on Love Spreads? You cringed a little, didn't you?
John playing a fucking flying-V? Leave it out, Johnny.
Reni's double-bass drum and bandana? What is this? 1987 California?

The Roses are the coolest band. Some of the 2012/13 tour had some incredibly uncool moments.
You can't defend the indefensible.

Now let's hear some fucking new music, lads! And do some press. For fuck sake!
Agreed.

Ian Brown now has extremely bad dress sense.
John Squire now owns too many guitars and needs to start standing still on stage again.

If they make a half decent album I'll let them off.
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February 17th, 2014, 1:06 pm #16

you know there's only one temples album
My apologies, I had all the singles sent to me on one thingy.
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Colin
Colin

February 17th, 2014, 1:08 pm #17

facepalm
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February 17th, 2014, 7:46 pm #18

Agreed.

Ian Brown now has extremely bad dress sense.
John Squire now owns too many guitars and needs to start standing still on stage again.

If they make a half decent album I'll let them off.
"Stone Roses/On The Stage/Stone Roses/All the rage"

jesus.
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stella
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February 17th, 2014, 8:37 pm #19

It's more than a nod to Erik B & Rakims 'Paid in Full', which is a tongue in cheek nod to not being paid in 1989. I thought it was good myself and although I like Love Spreads on record, live I don't think it really works without the rap (I use that wording in the loosest terms) at the end. The best live version was the HELP! recording IMO and that was only good because the piano was different.



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February 17th, 2014, 11:53 pm #20

facepalm
I know.
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