Good Music / Guilty Pleasure Thread


#162

Christ that’s annoying, and disappointing, I was hoping it was a new song by Rhumer.


#163

Ah I’m sure you’ll get over it in time.


#164

Meant the video. The song is grand.


#165

#166

We used to make up our own FEAR lyrics…
Fried Eggs and Rashers
Fat Elvis amongst Russians
Flying Emus are rowdy
Oh how the hours flew by…


#167

Steve Earle’s new album ‘Wanna be an Outlaw’ is a good return to form


#168

Love the Earlester


#169

rednecks


#170

Not all ridnicks are bad.


#171

The Mountain and Jerusalem are great albums. Sturgill Simpson and Jason Isbell are at that level or possibly even a touch above lately. Jayo’s fiddling wife (!) puts him slightly ahead for me…

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#172

A song for all GPS-flicking fans: (from the album, The Forgotten Arm)


#173

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds - Who Built The Moon?

A small bit of different than his previous stuff.


#174

Not sure if I like it or not! Very odd tune, I love some parts and there’s others I’m like WTF!!! Will give it a few more spins!


#175

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#177

New Morrissey stuff sounds excellent, as played on the BBC 6 Live thing.


#178

He was very good on Jools Holland last night which will be shown on Friday.

Also The National are on it too, there new album is excellent.


#179

Morrisey has made some strange comments down the years that make him sound a bit like a modern day Alf Garnett but I think he just likes to cause controversy. I’m not a fan of his music but I read his autobiography and it was interesting and funny. (and very long!) He is a genuinely bizarre character but I think he has real integrity in his work for animal rights. You won’t get a burger at his concerts!


#180

Definitely has come out with some weird stuff that you wouldn’t expect from him, for instance he seems to hold a candle for UKip (which he referred to in the BBC broadcast). Perhaps he’s just getting old.


#181

His new album is supposed to be some of his best tunes in a long time.