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that was a trick I concocted to out the real Nickelback fans of the forum.

Real real ones know that they were never that good to begin with.

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9 hours ago, nikkic said:

Can’t listen to PYT knowing is was probably written about Macaulay Culkin. 

Don't wanna sound like I'm showing off - but I actually got this joke straight away.

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21 minutes ago, CaledonianGonzo said:

While I don't think it's their finest moment I do love their soppy seventies philly soul pastiches.  Have you heard Memory Motel off of the same album?

 

Not a tune I was particularly familiar with, I am now. It's OK, not as good as Fool to Cry.

Puts me in mind of Magnolia for some reson, somewhat contemporanious perhaps..

 

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1 minute ago, CaledonianGonzo said:

Give it a few years. Keith singing the 'She's got a mind of her own' bits will eventually seep into your soul.

My actual favourite Stones tune is Sympathy for Devil, that is one soul seeping tune.

This is the Neptunes' take.

 

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Just now, CaledonianGonzo said:

No-one's going to any gigs at the minute my dude.

True, but I bet you'd take Chicane right now if it was there.

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1 minute ago, CaledonianGonzo said:

One of Raymond's best, agreed - but all four of Gerry songs on Grand Prix are my man's strongest work and Ray's already repped by About You. 

A 32 song list could probably afford to have Grand Prix in its entirety?

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28 minutes ago, stuartbert two hats said:

I might have already said this, but The Second Coming is the most underrated album of the nineties.

Or its reputation as a bit of a mixed bag and a huge step down from the debut is probably fair.

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1 hour ago, stuartbert two hats said:

I might have already said this, but The Second Coming is the most underrated album of the nineties.

I preferred it to their first album. I know it doesn't have as many hits, but just feel like the whole albums got a groove to it and all the songs work together. I like listening to it from start to finish, with the exception of the hidden track with the out of tune piano which hurts my ears. 

Feel the same about Sticky Fingers by Rolling Stones. It's not necessarily their album that has the most good songs, but the whole thing just works together really well as a package making it my favourite Stones album to listen to from start to finish.

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