Underdog wrote:Until last night I always thought of Squeeze as Tillbrook/Difford with a sprinkling of early Jules Holland.
As I said above, "must have had my head up my own arse"
roberdy wrote:New Public Enemy album - Evil Empire of Everything, pretty good, quite upbeat, message is about the same with updated references to Trayvon Martin etc. Some good riffs and nicely put together, was great for walking streets of London last week!
New Herbaliser album - The return of the Seven, some strange parallels with the PE album actually. Totally different sound though but really nice.
Underdog wrote:Now listening to the above.
..............Sometimes I fucking love the modern world.
About 6 mins after clicking the link and the file is sitting on our family shared drive and being blasted out at unnecessary volume all over the house.
Some nice grooves but could do with a bit of tempo change now and again. Intercity.............FFS my pacemaker shows more variety !!
A couple of gems in there though; thanks
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