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#1051 Posted : 04 November 2017 02:49:52(UTC)
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Bored with Oasis' old albums? Yeah me too.
Bored with Noel and Liam's solo stuff? Yeah me too.
Well...except for this. The opening track from Noel's forthcoming album. He took most of his own vocals off, and pushed the backing vocals up in the mix.
And lo, it doesn't sound like boring lad rock. Or dad rock.



Played the song, yeah not bad but his earlier solo stuff did more for me i think.

I'd say i'm a lot more interested in Noel Gallagher's solo material than Liam's.I've liked some of the singles he's released as him and High Flying Birds- AKA What A Life, The Death Of You And Me, If I Had A Gun, Dream On, Everybody's On The Run to name a few.Would have liked to at least heard the album he did with Amorphous Androgynous that he decided he wasn't happy with and didn't release.Liam on the other hand doesn't interest me in the slightest.His stuff is crap and he's not even good or interesting or entertainingg at just being Liam Gallagher anymore.I did enjoy some of the Oasis songs and scrapes back in the day but their time has long past.


edit: Oh just remembered, i did like that song Liam did with Death In Vegas on their Scorpio Rising album back in 2002.He did do a great vocal on that one i'll admit.

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ROCKET MICK on 05/11/2017(UTC)
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#1052 Posted : 11 November 2017 13:52:25(UTC)
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Crikey this certainly caught my ears tonight, caught a moment, stopped me right in my tracks






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ROCKET MICK on 12/11/2017(UTC)
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#1053 Posted : 11 November 2017 15:16:42(UTC)
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Lightening and larging the mood this never tires-A.Skillz & Krafty Kutz minimix of Bond themes.




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#1054 Posted : 12 November 2017 00:11:19(UTC)
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Alicia Keys' 'No One'. It is vitally important that no one spoils Alicia's bonking. Never mind war, disease or famine, the fear that Ms Keys' fucklife may be anything less than perfect keeps me awake at night.
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ROCKET MICK on 12/11/2017(UTC)
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#1055 Posted : 25 November 2017 01:07:19(UTC)
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Should have listened to this when it was aired around the time of Halloween but have caught it this week.Necro Deathmort (i'd never heard of 'em) Freakzone Playlist for 6Music.Think there's only a couple of days left to listen.Great selection of Halloween themed tracks one of which was John Carpenter's main theme for his film The Fog.Saw this film only once sometime back in the 80s and recall thinking it was a bit crap to be honest but i might track it down and watch again, see if it's better than i remember.It's overlooked in favour of Carpenter's more successful and well known films like Halloween and The Thing.
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ROCKET MICK on 25/11/2017(UTC)
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#1056 Posted : 25 November 2017 01:23:14(UTC)
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Yes , getting into this song now.Liking it.Also, the video is, um..... interesting shall we say?




Behind the scenes of the video thing.

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ROCKET MICK on 25/11/2017(UTC)
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#1057 Posted : 25 November 2017 15:06:07(UTC)
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"We wish you all a very happy pleasant flight
This is a journey to the center of the night
And the in flight entertainment's out of sight

Fly over
Your lifetime
And never touching down"






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ROCKET MICK on 25/11/2017(UTC)
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#1058 Posted : 28 November 2017 03:12:30(UTC)
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Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds - Who Built The Moon? Really enjoying this, easily the best thing Noel Gallagher has released since the 90s, and leagues ahead of his brothers meat and two veg stodge rock.
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ROCKET MICK on 28/11/2017(UTC)
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#1059 Posted : 28 November 2017 03:40:36(UTC)
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Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds - Who Built The Moon? Really enjoying this, easily the best thing Noel Gallagher has released since the 90s, and leagues ahead of his brothers meat and two veg stodge rock.


Yes I downloaded it for free (ahem) and must admit I'm quite enjoying it. She Taught Me How To Fly is difficult to resist.
Holy Mountain is dead catchy, but as has been pointed out in YT comments, it sounds more than a little like Ca Plain Pour Moi.
Bonus track, Dead In The Water (recorded at RTE, Ireland's state broadcaster), has a sort of "Don't Look Back In Anger" feel to it.
When I posted the Fort Knox video on the previous page, I thought it might make good goal montage music on Match Of The Day. And lo and behold the last two weekend's MOTD's have used it for exactly that.
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ROCKET MICK on 28/11/2017(UTC)
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#1060 Posted : 06 December 2017 13:14:31(UTC)
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Remember this? Blast form the past.Used to love this back in ooohhh... 2009-2011 or something


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ROCKET MICK on 06/12/2017(UTC)
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#1061 Posted : 09 December 2017 15:55:56(UTC)
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Late night chilled.Yeah like that,
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ROCKET MICK on 10/12/2017(UTC)
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#1062 Posted : 15 December 2017 14:43:08(UTC)
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This song is from 2011 apparently but just heard it recently.Video is to do with the Jonestown massacre i think, dunno.Vaguely remember that shit in the news when i was a kid, 909 brainwashed people topped themselves.There was a lot of that brainwashed cults stuff in the late 70s.A daughter of a friend of me mam's got brainwashed into the Moonies sometime in the late 70s i remember as a kid.

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ROCKET MICK on 16/12/2017(UTC)
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#1063 Posted : 16 December 2017 03:32:27(UTC)
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Good year for music me thinks.

The best for me this year though was an old favourite Damage and a Joy by The Jesus and Mary chain.

Other good stuff I’ve bought Are

New Order - NOMC15
Pumarosa - witch
Dopplereffekt - cellular automata
Bjork - utopia
Sleaford mods - English tapas
Slowdive - s/t
Jay Glass dubs - dubs
Aldous Harding - party
Mark Lannegan - Gargoyle
The xx - I see you
Saint Etienne - Home Counties

Also love 12” on Firescope (b12) proper 90’s style techno.
And Goat Girl 7”’s

Seem some amazing gigs this year as well with best being of course new order at MiF. Outstanding. The two Mary chain gigs I caught this year was also very special
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ROCKET MICK on 16/12/2017(UTC)
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#1064 Posted : 16 December 2017 05:46:17(UTC)
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Slowdive - s/t


Yes.One of my albums of the year.Though i didn't get round to listening to many new albums this year as 2017 been a very busy year for me and not always in a good way.Slowdive's album has some good stuff on especially Sugar For The Pill and No Longer Making Time.

Only other album that was released this year and that i got to hear and i liked and played repeatedly was Lana Del Rey's Lust For Life.Recently got round to obtaining LCD Soundsystem's new album and can't fault it much yet but still don't feel like i've properly and thoroughly listened to it but will get round to it.


This year i've tended to spend more time downloading and listening to music shows from the radio like for instance Nemone's dance/electronica show on 6Music and Stuart Maconie's Freakzone Playlist show also on 6Music.Have spent more time listening to those and heard no end of great new stuff on there more than new albums.




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ROCKET MICK on 16/12/2017(UTC)
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#1065 Posted : 23 December 2017 16:33:59(UTC)
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Best Christmas song ever!

When we think of classic Christmas songs the one that immediately first springs to mind is that one where them twats in snowmen suits sang Do The Okey Cokey on Top Of The Pops, right? Right? Yer can stick yer Pogues Fairytale 'n yer Lennon So This Is Christmas and Ron Spector's christmas album 'n Johnny Mathis' So A Child Is Born and Mariah up yer arse.The Snowmen show where its at.Respect.Merry christmas

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#1066 Posted : 23 December 2017 19:02:15(UTC)
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Ha! Anyone remember this vid? Was reminded of it when getting a black cab home the other night.One of the funniest videos ever

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ROCKET MICK on 24/12/2017(UTC)
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#1067 Posted : 25 December 2017 02:33:40(UTC)
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You know you're getting old when you can't recognise anyone in the new Band Aid video except Bob Geldof.

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ROCKET MICK on 26/12/2017(UTC)
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#1068 Posted : 26 December 2017 14:10:52(UTC)
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Best Christmas song ever!
...The Snowmen show where its at.Respect.Merry christmas


I think you have to be pissed on Christmas brandy. And then yes, undoubtedly!


Of course we all know that the real best Christmas song ever is this:


Closely followed by this:

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ROCKET MICK on 27/12/2017(UTC)
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#1069 Posted : 30 December 2017 02:27:35(UTC)
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The greatest festive track ever recorded is of course The Spice Girls' cover of Sleigh Ride. That sentence also works without the word 'festive' in it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4J304LesZjA
Nothing like getting into an old Spice Girl's B-side. You can't beat it.
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ROCKET MICK on 30/12/2017(UTC)
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#1070 Posted : 30 December 2017 06:31:03(UTC)
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Of course we all know that the real best Christmas song ever is this:





https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mIZ14B65u6k
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ROCKET MICK on 30/12/2017(UTC)
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#1071 Posted : 05 January 2018 18:02:19(UTC)
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Hadn't heard this in years and had forgotten it even existed then heard it twice today, once at work and then bizarrely again in a bar in town tonight.I think one of them might have been the A Trak remix for that Project X film but i'll go with the original Yeah Yeah Yeah's mix.The keyboards are as cold as the first week of January.Yet somehow quite warm and invigorating.

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ROCKET MICK on 06/01/2018(UTC)
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#1072 Posted : 07 January 2018 10:57:53(UTC)
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Radiohead are suing Lana over this tune. Give it about 45 seconds.
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ROCKET MICK on 08/01/2018(UTC)
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#1073 Posted : 09 January 2018 11:58:39(UTC)
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Radiohead are suing Lana over this tune. Give it about 45 seconds.



Yep the verses or at least the first verse is very much like Creep but it’s not entire implausible that Lana did that completely subconsciously but her people should have pointed it out to her when they first heard it or maybe they did. She could have sat down and decided to lift the tune from Creep ( and also from that Hollies song apparently?) but then again she might not have intended, who knows but Radiohead will win the case. But I’d argue the chorus does not sound like Creep. I like Radiohead and I like Lana but I don’t like Creep but I do like Set Free.

I dunno though, artists always make themselves look like cunts when they sue over what they judge is a rip off of their song. John Denver made an arse of himself for suing New Order. And New Order would make arses of themselves if they tried to sue Rihanna for that Blue Monday rip off. If I was Radiohead I’d make it clear they felt Lana had copied Creep, make it known they were well aware of it but just laugh it off. Credibility remains intact that way. Radiohead have made themselves look a bit corporate. And why have they only just got round to it when the song has been around since last July?
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ROCKET MICK on 10/01/2018(UTC)
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#1074 Posted : 26 January 2018 15:47:28(UTC)
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Hadn't seen this video or listened to the song in years.I remember seeing the video back in the day 2002 but can't remember where as YouTube hadn't been "invented" then ha.Must have been on MTV in the days when they used to show music videos, don't think they play music videos anymore it's all reality shows i think.Don't know how they made this video and how many hours, days or weeks it took but it was pretty thought provoking or even depressing yet very clever back then

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#1075 Posted : 05 February 2018 11:35:09(UTC)
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Ringo Starr's playing Rome this Summer and I'm in two minds about going. I'd love to see an ex-Beatle, but at this point it might better to've seen none of them. 'Yes my grandchild, I saw a Beatle play live.' - AWESOME dude! Which one? - 'Ringo.' - Oh ffs. Doesn't count.
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