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Gus Tomato
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Great tunes

Not the reedy crap I was forced to endure that night.
Seriously, everyone at the table went, 'what the fuck is that shite?'.

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Hieronymus Bosch
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Maybe it was one of their most recent efforts.
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Pietro Paolo Virdis
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Roy, it's what's played in the waitingroom by the shore of river Styx, where you wait for Charon to ferry you over to the other side where Phil Collins' "In the Air" is played in one endless loop.

In other words, it's torture

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And at the other side the ferryman takes your coin, puts it into the devil's jukebox and plays World in Motion on loop for eternity.


Aerosmith.

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Great post by Not me, boss earlier with regards to Turin Breaks. Can't say I know any songs by them but I've been less that overcome by the blandness once or twice on TV.

Willie Nelson
Nick Cave
PJ Harvey

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Hieronymus Bosch
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Until last week I would have said PJ Harvey too, but her new album is very good.

Aerosmith are a bunch of laughable old wankers. Rubbish band.

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ah, but are they boring?
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They certainly bore the tits off me.
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Aerosmith ruled in the 1970s. Their most recent stuff is terrible but listen to Rocks before dismissing them altogether.

Bloc Party. I bought their album. I don't think I've listened to it all the way through. It's not bad, it's just nothing

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Fratellis for same reason as above. Listened to their album once. Havent been near it since.
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I mean, fair play to them for extracting money from the grown-up pop kids for over 20 years now, but you have to wonder how.
The last 2 albums are shite but Technique is brilliant even if Barney is no Billy MacKenzie.

The Flaming Lips manage to make great records with poor singing and then you've got Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Lou Reed...

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Actually, PJ Harvey is a bit harsh, I really liked her first album when it came out.
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I presume we're going to let PPV wallow in his cesspit of wrongness without being so rude as to point at him.

Texas, Travis and Norah Jones would certainly count in the great list of shoulder-shrugging indifference inducers, but Dido wouldn't. As bad as Blunt, for my money, and for similar reasons. In fact, we had a fantastic thread on the reasons why some years ago that I'd love to read again if someone could find it.

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Belle and Sebastian was a good call.

About a year ago someone gave me an album by a Scottish band called Ballboy because they thought I might like it.

It sounded just like B&S - nothing music. When I put it on I started to read something at the same time and not a note of the music disturbed me. It had been finished quite a while before I realised it wasn't on - it had no more effect on me than the silence.

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"Hobbes has nailed it there, I think. Alt. Country might be the most pH neutral genre ever developed..."

Maybe so, but Wilco are not an alt-country band, not sure that they ever were.

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