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  1. 2019 Headliners

    I have got no particular wish to see it, but I reckon the fallout on efests would be epic.
  2. 2019 Headliners

    Liam Gallagher to headline?? Pulled a huge crowd on other this year and his new album is currently outselling the rest of the top 20 combined and sold out his upcoming arena tour. Maybe have his secong album out in time for Glasto 2019.
  3. Tour Announcements & Upcoming Gigs

    His lyrics were absolutely fantastic. He was a modern day Shaun Ryder. No longer modern unfortunately and it has just made me realise I am approaching being middle aged. Just like myself some of the Streets tunes have not aged well, but the lyrics definitely have.
  4. Tour Announcements & Upcoming Gigs

    The Streets
  5. 2017 New Music Thread

    Cheers mate, will have a ganders.
  6. PSB vs PSB

    I love the Academy. Some of the Step Back nights there, were the best nights of my entire life.
  7. New Order

    He contradicts himself something rotten. I asked him on twitter recently why does he play the Substances in chronological order. Considering he thinks he is a dj, should he not think more about how he paces and sets out the night? There is no way on earth some of them NO tunes should be played at the start of his set (remember there is no warm up act). They don't get the receprtion they deserve and then it goes a bit flat when he starts playing JD b sides. I mentioned that the gig at Manchest Apollo took ages to warm up and then died away in the middle before picking up at the end. He totally disagreed with me and said it was bouncing from start to end. Yet the lemon totally contradicted himself in the blog he writes as he wrote that, it was a little flat and took a while to get going. The books are a real fun read. The technical parts he adds in the NO book are an absolute delight and really interesting. Yet I think you have to take what he says with a pinch of salt. There is a part in the NO book where he talks about how he got into djing which I know not to be true. Whether he has genuinely forgot about how his djing career came about I can not say. Yet I know for a fact what he says in the book is not true. Because of that I am a little hesitant to take everything else in the book as being gospel. For the most part though it is a real fascinating and interesting read (apart from the Gillian parts which I found utterly disgusting). I can't make my mind up with Hooky. On one hand you think fair play to him as he seems a normal stand up fella who replies to everyone on Twitter and I bet would be good fun on a night out. Then there is the other side of him, where he cones across as a bit of a money grabber and full of shit. I suppose we have to take the rough with the smooth.
  8. Old Music Thread

  9. Old Music Thread

    I like that tune Yog.
  10. 2017 New Music Thread

    Any new electro pop tunes/albums that people can recommend? Have decided that I am going to look forward now instead of living in the past. Have been listening to the new Hannah Peel effort and quite like it.
  11. Liam Gallagher

    I don't think there is anything wrong with what Liam says. I get the impression he backs his convictions and he comes across as genuine. He is far preferential to Noel who just comes across as a bully and picks on easy targets. I don't remember Liam ever taking pot shots at Ed Sheeran and the like, then cosying up to them at award ceremonies. Then there is the whole "I hope Blur/Damon die of aids'" episode before going on to lick his arse and appear on record with him. Liam maybe a little rough round the edges, but he is a product of his environmentand what you see is what you get. Noel just strikes me as being sly and untrustworthy.
  12. Liam Gallagher

    I think a lot of people had made up their minds about how good this album was before they had even heard it. The NME were always going to praise it as they have been crying out for some real characters again after the last few years of hipster dullards they have been reporting about. Liam fills inches for them. Just read this thread and the Oasis ones on this forum. There is a lot of negativity directed in Liam's direction so I am not shocked that there are negative vibes resonating from posters on here. For me personally I found it difficult to listen to it impartially. I went for a drive yesterday with it on and could not work out whether I thought it was OK because it reminded me of good times from my youth or because I was really enjoying it. Now I have listened to it a couple of times and it is pleasent enough. Yet the telling thing is nothing has stuck in my head. There is not one song I can really remember, not one chorus I can't stop singing and not one melody I can hum. Contrast that to the new Morrissey single which I can't get out of my head. I remember the 1st solo Ian Brown album coming out. It was a very naive effort and you could tell it was a man coming to terms with being a solo artist. Yet My Star, Corpses and Can't See Me still spring to mind 20 years later. As much as I would like to see Liam do well, I really can't see me remembering any tunes off this solo album in 20 years.
  13. Old Music Thread

    He was/is a quality singer. He talks an absolute load of mumbo jumbo in that interview. Yet when you realise that Michael Jackson, Prince and George Michael were all on CBS with him and are all now dead for one reason or another, maybe he had a lucky escape going mad for a bit and getting out of it all. I will be interested to hear his new album, his voice was amazing.
  14. Old Music Thread

  15. Tour Announcements & Upcoming Gigs

    It's a shit hole.
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