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    I heard Bruce Springsteen's cover of 'Dream Baby Dream' about a year ago and was pleasantly surprised, to be honest. I thought he did a nice job. My all-time favorite version of the song is the one on "Ghost Riders"--loud, titanic, but still delivered with genuine tenderness.
    I was happy to see Rev and Vega perform 'Dream Baby Dream' in 2003, too. People were singing along, embracing Alan as he leaned over the edge of the stage--it was fantastic. And meeting them afterward made my year :)
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    Stone Roses
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    Nah, Happy Mondays!
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    Do u think so? (silly q, really!). i found it D.U.L.L.!! Strange House held such promise as a debut & they're good live (despite criminally short sets for a headline band!), but Colours just does not involve me at all! still each to their own!
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    Kiss the Anus of a Black Cat
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    I thought u were being terribly insulting for the moment!!! inetersting little combo, but i doubt they get much airplay!!!!!!!
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    Hahaha.
    No, it's really the name of the band. The Nubulous Dreams is the CD.
    Agree, they probably don't get too much airplay. But you never know. The Butthole Surfers managed to get a contract with a major label with that name.
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    yeah, played their myspz last night - wasnae bad as it happens!!!!
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    Spayed by KASMS - superb post-punk-pop! (Is there such a genre?) any1 else?

    http://www.myspace.com/kasms
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    Esoteric - just come across them play the 20 min download Circle & click through to their myspaz.
    http://www.esotericuk.net/

    Jarboe http://www.myspace.com/jarboeliving

    God knows what sub-genre they're boxed into, but they sound great on PC & cannae wait till the cd's arrive. I reckon they'll sound even better at Underworld next month.

    Does any1 that knows Esoteric recommend owt from their back-catalogue? Has anybody seen either live?

    so nioce when you stumble across new stuff that hits the spot!!!!
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    Got the re-released "Andwellas Dream" double LP this week.
    Long time coming. It,s been 40 years since it was first released.
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    The Horrors.
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    Meant to go into town for a drinking session today with the wife.
    But en-route bought Conor Oberst,s new LP from Avalanche record Store.
    So after a few Tennents Lagers have just listened to and enjoyed it.
    Not his best work, but got still lked his work.
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    Two things I've been enjoying of late are...

    Tomorrow Today by Seeland, who are former members of Plone and Pram. Slightly off kilter electronic pop music. Bit Stereolab, bit early Human League on one track and the last number reminds me of Dalek I.
    http://www.evilsponge.org/albums/Seeland__TomorrowToday.htm

    See Tha Light - Alan Vega / A.R.E. Weapons
    I bet A.R.E. Weapons can’t believe their luck. Arguably the most Suicide influenced act ever, they have only got the mighty Al on vocals on this excellent one sided 12” single. After a mere couple of listens this was already a serious contender to be my single of the year. Now I think that this slow snaky funk, topped off with a typically great Vega vocal performance, is the best thing I've heard all year. The other track, War, isn't bad either.
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    Current 93 - Aleph at Hallucinatory Mountain
    Shearwater - Rook
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    I've just been at the oldies today, a couple of classics.

    Love - Forever Changes w/extra tracks a great album I haven't heard in a long time.

    And I'm made up about this (for a fiver in Oxfam)

    WIRE - Behind the Curtain

    I already had it of course, but my copy skips on 'Once is Enough' so to find another is most excellent as it is now quite elusive. They really should reissue these old demos.
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    Jóhann Jóhannsson - Fordlândia
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    Last Harbour - Saint Luminous Bride 10"
    Kalbakken - Then I Saw Summer and Sun on Earth
    The Bee's Niece CDR
    Dinosaur Jr - Farm
    Soulsavers - Broken
    Thee Oh Sees - Help
    Obits - I Blame You
    Foetus - Limb
    Meat Puppets - Sewn Together
    Pissed Jeans - King of Jeans
    Slumberwood - Yawling Night Songs
    Jack Rose and the Black Twig Pickers - Beautiful Happiness
    Zun Zun Egui - Bal La Poussiere EP
    The Blasting Concept - Smalltown Superjazzz compilation
    The Present - The Way We Are
    Jeffrey Lewis and the Junkyard - 'Em Are I
    Daniel Johnston - Welcome to My World (remastered reissue)
    Daniel Johnston - Yip Jump Music (remastered reissue)
    Daniel Johnston - Continued Story / Hi, How Are You? (remastered reissue)
    The Clash - At Shea Stadium
    June of '44 - Four Great Points
    Will Oldham - Seafarers Music EP
    Nomeansno - Dance of the Headless Bourgeoisie (replacement for dead illegal CDR miracle of moderninity)
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    did you rob a bank ? :-)