Burning the heather

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#76 Post by Luke Colorado »

One or two listens is plenty. Now back to An Open Mind.
I sincerely *love* Disco 2 and listen to it straight through regularly.

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#77 Post by lucienchardon »

What a beautiful song. Perfect for the season. Can't stop listening to it. And great lyrics, so melancholic but then a bit of hope injected at the very end. Really looking forward to Hotspot!

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#78 Post by papierklemmen »

Sounds like Tame Impala. Not surprised, they were praising their (his) "Currents" album back when it came out.
I rather like it actually but it's not something I would go back to a lot.

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#79 Post by gehegu »

It’s a good song, I wasn’t expecting this kind of music after the other Price albums but, very evocative and well sounding song all in all.

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#80 Post by Luke Colorado »

Tame has far more interesting textures and guitar work. PSB should do PSB.
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#81 Post by lucienchardon »

PSB should do whatever they want to do.

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#82 Post by Luke Colorado »

Sure, they could do death metal, but it’s going to suck.
I sincerely *love* Disco 2 and listen to it straight through regularly.

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#83 Post by Mark R.Y. »

Wonderful! Their best track in years. I may have to revise my recent "Best of the 2010s" for this.

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#84 Post by Disco. »

It’s horrendous !,
Apparently the only guitar sounding song on the album.

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#85 Post by papierklemmen »

Luke Colorado wrote:
Thu 14 Nov 2019, 5:30 pm
Sure, they could do death metal, but it’s going to suck.
They should do mumble rap to stay on trend!

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#86 Post by Luke Colorado »

With rap we at least know they can go to #1
I sincerely *love* Disco 2 and listen to it straight through regularly.

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#87 Post by RMC »

Disco. wrote:
Thu 14 Nov 2019, 5:44 pm
It’s horrendous !,
Apparently the only guitar sounding song on the album.
Hopefully...

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#88 Post by joe stalin »

I quite like it

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#89 Post by Disco. »

It gets better with each listen, but still a weak b-side at best.

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#90 Post by Disco. »

And now The pop kids come up on my Spotify playlist 😊 It’s like Barcelona vs Walsall 😀

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