Sunday, December 31, 2006

Playlist 6




...thank goodness thats over. I've not got anything against Christmas but why does it seem necessary for people who at any other time of year you would avoid like the plague to meet up for social gatherings and all be polite to each other. You know the type, they stand next to you and because they know you listen to a lot of music they assume thet you must be a huge Dire Straits fan and when you tell them that you would rather boil you feet in a vat of acid then listen to that they look at you as though you should be committed. Bastards, I'd shoot the lot of them if only I had a gun. Anyway enough of my ranting, here's another selection of new and recent tunes without which your I-Pod is quite frankly nak

1. These New Puritans - Elvis (Angular Recording) CDS
2. Good Books - Leni (Crystal Castles Vs Good Books) CDS
3. The More Assured - You Do It Pretty Well (Demo)
4. Tiger Force - Syntax Error (Marquis Cha Cha)
7" Single
5. Linear - Think Cynic (Grace) 7" Single
6. Girls In Milan - Moonlight Shadow (Demo)
7. Rahim - Desire (French Kiss)
From the album "Ideal Lives"
8. Molotov Jive - Made In Spain (Bonnier Amigo Music) From the album "When It's Over I'll Come Back Again"
9. Union Of Knives - Go Back To School (Relentless) From the album "Violence & Birdsong"
10. Hundred Year Storm - August On Fire (Floodgate) From the album "Hello From The Children Of Planet Earth"
11. Orphan Boy - Billy's England (Grace) From the CD "Grace Records:-The First Five Singles"
12. Film School - P.S. (Beggars Banquet) From the album "Film School"
13. If These Trees Could Talk - Signal Tree (Demo)
14. Winterkids - Who Am I Kidding (Promo)
From the forthcoming album "Memoirs"
15. The Lodger - Getting Special (Demo)

2 comments:

  1. Larts1:59 pm

    I know exactly what you mean. My family don't buy music for me any more. They know what my reaction is going to be to U2 or The Kooks or whatever they take pleasure from. They leave me alone to listen to the unpleasant row or sulky, morbid dirges that emanate from my room.

    I have only recently discovered your website. Thank you very much for Playlist 6. I have been wondering about trees talking for many years and I'm pleased to know that someone else is similarly afflicted. Girls In Milan is a most amusing cover version, isn't it?

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