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The Congos - Heart of the Congos

Dead Boys - Young Loud and Snotty

Iggy Pop and James Williamson - Kill City

Iggy &the Stooges - Raw Power

Tom Waits - Mule Variations

Turbonegro - Apocalypse Dudes

the Doors - Strange Days

Desmond Dekker - Intensified

Johnny Clarke - Authorised Rockers

Mikey Dread - the Prime of Mikey Dread

Dead Kennedys - Give Me convenience or Give Me Death

Sham 69 - Tell Us the Truth

Discipline - Love Thy Neighbour

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i like deep purple very much despite getting old the boys remain the power and living symbol of the 70s due to their certain music and perfect songs apart from this band i also like AC/DC very much the guys still know what to do to cheer up the crow :thumbsup2:

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Cut the Crap - The Clash

Had a mingin old vinyl copy but no decks these days but got it for £3 in Fopp. Can't make up my mind if its a shamefully overlooked lost classic or just totally bananas ridiculous. Hmmmm.... Way ahead of its time nonetheless!

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The Roots - How I Got Over. Sounds quite good on first listen, it'll get another go.

 

Cherry Ghost - Beneath This Burning Shoreline. Didn't wow me, but I'll persevere and see if it's worth it. Thirst For Romance was pretty good.

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The Roots - How I Got Over. Sounds quite good on first listen, it'll get another go.

 

Cherry Ghost - Beneath This Burning Shoreline. Didn't wow me, but I'll persevere and see if it's worth it. Thirst For Romance was pretty good.

The Roots do a great version of Joanna Newsoms 'right on', using her vocals.

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Major Accident - Clockwork Legion

Bonecrusher - Workin' for Nothin'

 

Both fairly obscure punk rock, picked 'em up second hand at Missin - total steal! Barely been off the stereo since :)

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Currently having a Waterboys phase, got my hands on a few lesser-known releases recently:

 

Licence to Play

Karma to Burn

A Rock in the Weary Land

 

The first two are live, the latter is studio. Quality :thumbsup2:

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Can't stop listening to LCD Soundsystem's This is Happening.

 

Saw them live last weekend, and it was f*cking (can you swear on this forum?) incredible. James Murphy is a God.

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Pretty Things - Get a Buzz

Rezillos - Can't Stand the Rezillos

The Who - Sell Out

Gundog - The Who Laugh Last

Hard Skin - Hard Nuts and Hard C*nts

The Fall - This Nations Saving Grace

Joe Strummer - Global-a-GoGo

Misfits - Legacy of Brutality

Cypress Hill - Temples of Boom

Johnny Clarke - Declaration of Rights

Madness - One Step Beyond

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Having been reminded just how awesome the Eels are at their gig on Tuesday I've been listening to pretty much nothing else this week. Although the new Mogwai live album has been getting a spin too.

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I Know It's Over - The Smiths

Going Down - Bruce Springsteen

It's The End Of The World as We Know It - REM

Sad Sad Day - Muddy Waters

Thanks For The Memories - Fall Out Boy

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I Know It's Over - The Smiths

Going Down - Bruce Springsteen

It's The End Of The World as We Know It - REM

Sad Sad Day - Muddy Waters

Thanks For The Memories - Fall Out Boy

 

Paul Westerberg - 14 Songs

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a-ha - hunting high and low

a-ha - scoundrel days

 

Both remastered and now in 2cd deluxe editions, 27 and 21 bonus tracks respectively (demo's, extended versions, live, as well as previously unreleased songs). 68 tracks in total between the two. Was never a huge fan of them, but these two packages are well worth getting, with some really good songs, admit, I have to. A lot more to them than the likes of 'Take On Me', there is !!

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