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1 minute ago, KarmaPolice said:

Was there a Spoon album that didn't get drafted? 

There was alot drafted which is why I sought out more. I'd rank these three 

1) Kill the Moonlight

2) They Want my Soul

3) Hot Thoughts

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@Eephus

I think I'm going to give Sly & the Family Stone a spin next. But would you mind selecting 2 of the next few to listen to?

  • Echo & the Bunnymen
  • Buzzcocks
  • Prince
  • Roxy Music
  • Talk Talk
  • New Radicals
  • Teenage Fanclub
  • Screaming Trees
  • Jackson Browne
  • Bad Brains
  • The Replacements
  • Terrence D'Arby (although I think ilov80s reviewd this)

 

 

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15 minutes ago, KarmaPolice said:

Spoon is one I am peripherally familiar with.  I think @Northern Voice needs to put together a primer like people did for Bowie in this thread. 

that's a good idea. they have a lot of albums and it seems like almost each one is distinct from one another. take for example an album like ga ga ga  and  an album like Transference.

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23 hours ago, Raging weasel said:

I did that yesterday and it was a great feeling. Wasn't feeling so great this morning tho-- this pandemic really put a hurting on my drinking skills-lol

Went out to a brewery for a late-ish lunch at 1:30 yesterday on their patio, and ended up staying until 6.  I think I had a hangover at like 10 PM.

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28 minutes ago, Raging weasel said:

There was alot drafted which is why I sought out more. I'd rank these three 

1) Kill the Moonlight

2) They Want my Soul

3) Hot Thoughts

Just finished Girls Can Tell and it's my new fav by them. Moonlight has my fav song ( the way we get by) but overall think this is a stronger album- 8/10

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32 minutes ago, KarmaPolice said:

Spoon is one I am peripherally familiar with.  I think @Northern Voice needs to put together a primer like people did for Bowie in this thread. 

They're an A++ live band and you need to see them if you ever get the chance.

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1 hour ago, Steve Tasker said:

For the 2 albums for you to pick for me - the above are all albums that I am already very familiar with + the 2 from the randomizer.  I would say any albums other than these would be sufficient for me.

Jane's Addiction- Ritual de lo Habitual or Pearl Jam- Vs

Toadies- Rubberneck or Eagles of Death Metal- Death by Sexy

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35 minutes ago, KarmaPolice said:

Spoon is one I am peripherally familiar with.  I think @Northern Voice needs to put together a primer like people did for Bowie in this thread. 

Echo, I intend to seek them out on my own, which is why I didn't request it for review purposes, but a starting point would be ideal. 

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On 6/11/2020 at 11:34 PM, KarmaPolice said:

@Abrantes

LOL.  My island is such a mish-mash of stuff.   Like another posted, I would go with your mood.   Honestly, I am not overly recommending Mindcrime to too many people, but if you are in the 80s metal mood (maybe leaning a tad more to the hair metal, not towards the Metallica metal).     I would narrow it down more like this:

 - Since you seem to like that Lord Huron album, I think you might click with Ghosts of the Great Highway or that Phoebe Bridgers album.  

-  of the ones you mention, I would say maybe The Groundhogs.    I am always hesitant to suggest metal to people, and honestly don't know where you are at on that spectrum.  Gojira is French, but there are shades of Sepultura on that album, and that is your neck of the woods, so...  Of the rest of the metal albums, Mastodon might be the most accessible? 

-  Depending on their mood, the ones I left on the list after deleting your bolded are the ones that I would have the highest confidence recommending to people 

Hope some of that helped... 

All right, started out with Ghosts of the Great Highway, based on your comments.

Disclaimer: Came in with a built-in bias stemming from Kozelek’s reputation as a ####head, but I was perfectly willing to set it aside and give SKM a fair shot, and am glad I did. I was previously only familiar with one or two Red House Painters songs.

As you predicted, gotta begrudgingly admit that it's totally up my alley. Kozelek has a really nice voice for this. "Glenn Tipton" is extremely my jam. Builds really nicely, with no rush at all (which goes for the whole album), and I dig the little guitar outro.

Saw that "Carry Me Ohio" was one of the most played on Spotify, and it's lovely. Think it might've been even better were it a minute shorter, if I'm being honest, but I still dig it.

Oh, I didn't realize "Salvador Sanchez" was on this one. Got mixed up in my mind and thought it was on Benji. Yeah, I remember it being picked (by you?) in a draft ages ago, and I really liked it, but didn't get around to checking out their other stuff at the time. Kozelek is way into boxing, huh? This is halfway towards a Boxers Who Died Young concept album - which I don't mind at all, they're all captivating songs. Super strong trio of songs to open the album.

"Last Tide" flows really smoothly into "Floating", but they didn't make as much of an impression on me as "Gentle Moon" right afterwards, which was my favorite. Really wonderful song, and I saw you picked it for the playlist too. Will come back to this one.

Whoa, is that some rocking on "Lily and Parrots"? Nice switch-up to break the reminiscing-on-the-porch of the record, but I don't know if I like it as much as the rest.

"Duk Koo Kim" is such a sad story. 14 minutes, but it actually breezed by, 'cause I was thoroughly immersed.

"Pancho Villa" is a damn nice bookend drawing back to "Salvador", and I might like it even better. Really powerful.

On the whole, they know what they're doing on this one and don't feel much need to deviate from it, which totally works. Really enjoyable listening experience and I'm more willing to dig into SKM now.

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1 hour ago, Buffaloes said:

Listened to Ocean of Sound compilation (double disc) complied by David Toop based on recommendation by internet randomizer. Slected by @Eephus in (I think) the 13th round, it's a compilation of a dozen or more different genres with most being pretty low-tempo. Fortunately, eephus provided a link to listen to it all because I had trouble finding it anywhere else. This review will probably be all over the place. I didn't really look at the artists all that closely. this will likely end up being tl;dr, but it's 2 discs of a 148 minutes of megaspectrum of music.

Thanks @Buffaloes for sticking with this one.  Ocean of Sound is a challenging listen at times and eclectic as all get out.

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In my next visit to her island, @krista4 Columbus takes me on an exploration of a new band (to me) in her recommendation of The Frames - Set List (2004).  Hmm, I definitely want to arrive at the right place, and I for sure don’t want to engage in any indigenous genocide (which is the name of my Rage Against the Machine cover band by the way), so maybe it’s better to say I’m sailing away with @krista4 Cross to visit new some horizons. 
 

The album started off a little slow for me, and I was wondering if getting introduced to a band via a live album could be a challenge. For instance, I really liked God Bless Mom, but the falsetto vocals were a bit off for me. 
 

When they hit their stride in the last 2/3 of the album, though, I really got into it. What Happens When the Heart Just Stops was a really powerful song with a nice story about a homeless dog beforehand. I thought the stretch from Pavement Tune to Stars are Underground to Santa Maria then Perfect Opening Line was excellent. I also really liked Fitzcarraldo towards the end. 
 

Overall, I really enjoyed this album and will listen to it again. I also gave a listen to one of their studio albums today. I picked Dance the Devil since it had a lot of the songs I liked on Set List. I liked it a lot and was split between preferring a couple of the studio versions for some songs and preferring the live versions of a couple others (since they were able to jam more live). 
 

Great recommendation Krista!

 

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I don’t think Transference was drafted and I don’t recall if A Series of Sneaks was. Maybe NV doubled up on it late? Pretty sure everything else got picked. 

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9 minutes ago, Nigel Tufnel said:

I don’t think Transference was drafted 

@shuke took it pretty late. It was on my list of potential picks

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1 hour ago, MAC_32 said:

Jane's Addiction- Ritual de lo Habitual or Pearl Jam- Vs

Toadies- Rubberneck or Eagles of Death Metal- Death by Sexy

I'll take Jane's Addiction and Eagles of Death Metal.  I'm less familiar with Jane's Addition than Pearl Jam.  Eagles of Death Metal was an album I was considering choosing anyway, one of those bands I know a little bit and generally like Josh Homme, so I'm looking forward to actually giving it a deep dive.

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18 minutes ago, Buffaloes said:

@shuke took it pretty late. It was on my list of potential picks

Oh my bad. Great album. I slightly preferred They Want My Soul. 

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2 hours ago, Buffaloes said:

@Eephus

I think I'm going to give Sly & the Family Stone a spin next. But would you mind selecting 2 of the next few to listen to?

  • Echo & the Bunnymen
  • Buzzcocks
  • Prince
  • Roxy Music
  • Talk Talk
  • New Radicals
  • Teenage Fanclub
  • Screaming Trees
  • Jackson Browne
  • Bad Brains
  • The Replacements
  • Terrence D'Arby (although I think ilov80s reviewd this)

 

 

After Ocean of Sound and There's a Riot 'Goin On, you deserve something lighter.  Buzzcocks or Teenage Fanclub would fit the bill.  New Radicals as well but that's more divisive in my experience, some people can't get past Gregg Alexander's voice.

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40 minutes ago, Yo Mama said:

In my next visit to her island, @krista4 Columbus takes me on an exploration of a new band (to me) in her recommendation of The Frames - Set List (2004).  Hmm, I definitely want to arrive at the right place, and I for sure don’t want to engage in any indigenous genocide (which is the name of my Rage Against the Machine cover band by the way), so maybe it’s better to say I’m sailing away with @krista4 Cross to visit new some horizons. 
 

The album started off a little slow for me, and I was wondering if getting introduced to a band via a live album could be a challenge. For instance, I really liked God Bless Mom, but the falsetto vocals were a bit off for me. 
 

When they hit their stride in the last 2/3 of the album, though, I really got into it. What Happens When the Heart Just Stops was a really powerful song with a nice story about a homeless dog beforehand. I thought the stretch from Pavement Tune to Stars are Underground to Santa Maria then Perfect Opening Line was excellent. I also really liked Fitzcarraldo towards the end. 
 

Overall, I really enjoyed this album and will listen to it again. I also gave a listen to one of their studio albums today. I picked Dance the Devil since it had a lot of the songs I liked on Set List. I liked it a lot and was split between preferring a couple of the studio versions for some songs and preferring the live versions of a couple others (since they were able to jam more live). 
 

Great recommendation Krista!

 

Love your write-ups.  :lmao: 

I'm glad you enjoyed it mostly; I was concerned about the live aspect.  Some of the songs definitely suffer from that in my eyes, as I hate sing-alongs.  If you want to check out another studio album, my favorite is "For the Birds," which also has some of the songs you mentioned liking, plus a song called "Disappointed" that I particularly love.

Thanks for being such a great citizen on my island.  Everyone is enjoying your visit.  The guys in the mopey corner really appreciated the tea and homemade scones you brought over, and Aimee Mann asked if you could make her another coconut bra in a smaller size?

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2 hours ago, KarmaPolice said:

Spoon is one I am peripherally familiar with.  I think @Northern Voice needs to put together a primer like people did for Bowie in this thread. 

I second this. Given the effusive praise given around here, feel like I’m missing out on something.

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Glockenspiel!!

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4 minutes ago, krista4 said:

Glockenspiel!!

Oh crap, how did I forget to draft The Housemartins?

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I'm going to give Fiona Apple a spin from @Binky The Doormat's island.  I've never quite bonded with her even though she should be right up my alley. 

I'll listen to Tidal and her new one from this year.

 

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21 minutes ago, krista4 said:

Oh crap, how did I forget to draft The Housemartins?

They were one of my last cuts.  If I hadn't gone compilations at the beginning, London 0 Hull 4 would have been on my island.

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11 minutes ago, Eephus said:

They were one of my last cuts.  If I hadn't gone compilations at the beginning, London 0 Hull 4 would have been on my island.

I wonder if I could have take Now That's What I Call Quite Good.  50 rounds and overtime later, and I'm still not sure I have the rules right.  Anyway, that would be a huge miss for me.  Can we start over?

I'm listening to Los Campesinos! and they have that joyous sound but with sarcastic/acerbic lyrics like some of The Housemartins songs (but with a punkier edge), which made me realize my error.

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I still have "What Up Dog?" by Was (Not Was) from wikkid.  Have company over tonight for dinner so it may be tomorrow.  

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5 minutes ago, Binky The Doormat said:

I still have "What Up Dog?" by Was (Not Was) from wikkid.  Have company over tonight for dinner so it may be tomorrow.  

Whenever Was (Not Was) is mentioned on this board, it's my duty to post this.

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31 minutes ago, Eephus said:

I'm going to give Fiona Apple a spin from @Binky The Doormat's island.  I've never quite bonded with her even though she should be right up my alley. 

I'll listen to Tidal and her new one from this year.

 

Should be an interesting exercise. Those 2 albums are so completely different from one another

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22 minutes ago, krista4 said:

I wonder if I could have take Now That's What I Call Quite Good.  50 rounds and overtime later, and I'm still not sure I have the rules right.  Anyway, that would be a huge miss for me.  Can we start over?

Paul Heaton released a new album right before shutdown.  It's another record of duets with Beautiful South singer Jacqui Abbott.  I listened to it once and don't remember a thing about it which probably says more about 2020 and me than it does about the music.

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9 minutes ago, Binky The Doormat said:

whoa ...pretty awesome.  

that was a great show too ...short -lived unfortunately

 

RIP Hal Willner

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1 hour ago, krista4 said:

Oh crap, how did I forget to draft The Housemartins?

The Housemartins were very good, but I loved The Beautiful South.

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2 hours ago, Yo Mama said:

In my next visit to her island, @krista4 Columbus takes me on an exploration...

I’m sailing away with @krista4 Cross to visit new some horizons....
 

 

Very Well done 

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1 hour ago, Eephus said:

They were one of my last cuts.  If I hadn't gone compilations at the beginning, London 0 Hull 4 would have been on my island.

Same here. 

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I'm curious to know if one of my favorite bands was on anybody's radar to be drafted? BoDeans are (unfortunately) probably best known for doing the theme song for the TV show Party of Five (Closer To Free) from their 1993 album "Go Slow Down".

They have a great selection of music and even contributed to Robbie Robertson's self titled debut solo album in 1987 (also a personal favorite).

My favorite BoDeans release is "Home" from 1989.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Home_(BoDeans_album)

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45 minutes ago, northern exposure said:

I'm curious to know if one of my favorite bands was on anybody's radar to be drafted? BoDeans are (unfortunately) probably best known for doing the theme song for the TV show Party of Five (Closer To Free) from their 1993 album "Go Slow Down".

They have a great selection of music and even contributed to Robbie Robertson's self titled debut solo album in 1987 (also a personal favorite).

My favorite BoDeans release is "Home" from 1989.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Home_(BoDeans_album)

I've always loved their debut Love & Hope & Sex & Dreams.  I'm a native Wisconsinite so that probably has something to do with it.

Beau and Sammy had one of the ugliest splits in Rock n Roll history.  They're right up there with the Smiths as band least likely to reunite.

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2 hours ago, Eephus said:

Paul Heaton released a new album right before shutdown.  It's another record of duets with Beautiful South singer Jacqui Abbott.  I listened to it once and don't remember a thing about it which probably says more about 2020 and me than it does about the music.

Interesting; I wasn't aware of this.

2 hours ago, northern exposure said:

The Housemartins were very good, but I loved The Beautiful South.

Funny but I'm the opposite.  I bought The Beautiful South's records and enjoyed them but never connected in the same way.  I could see why someone would, though.

2 hours ago, The Dreaded Marco said:

Same here. 

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My Review of Los Campesinos! - Hold On Now, Youngster* - selected by @Steve Tasker

*In which I realize at the end that I am an idiot.

I'm going to keep this one shorter than my prior review, because meh, who cares.  This album turned out to be right in my wheelhouse.  Grabbed me from the first track and didn't let go until...well, somewhere around track 17.  This is a long ####### record with 23 songs.  More on that in a second.  For the "OMG *how* could you not already know all these songs!?!" crowd, I'll mention that I was familiar with only one song from this record, "You! Me! Dancing!"  That's a killer tune, but seems different from most of the rest of the album.  The rest of the tracks are generally punk-ier, more shouty, faster, more cacophonous. 

What I love about these songs is that the band members sound like they're having a ####### blast playing exactly what they want to play.  Not whatever was cool or hip at the moment (until they made it so), but what they damn. well. wanted. to. play.  I love the cacophony, love the frenzy, love the occasional gang vocals, love the damn glockenspiel.  This feels like music that they are playing because they love the experience of it, not to try to sell records (nice side benefit, though).  And I especially love the joyous energy combined with the wit and sharp tongues.  Their lyrics don't feel like they're ironic for twee irony sake but because someone damn clever who had something to say wrote them.  I mentioned in a prior post that this band sounds like The Housemartins - more like "People Who Grinned Themselves to Death"-era Housemartins - but with a more evident edge and a whole lot more noise.  I like that a lot.  Great record that I'll put in the rotation.

My only complaint about the record is that it exhausted me.  There's so much energy, and 23 freaking songs!  It was hard to stay "up" through all of those, and it seemed like the band felt the same way.  The last 6-7 seemed like complete throwaways - good, but really had no place on the record.  I'd like this record better at about 2/3 of the number of songs.*

My favorites, in addition to the one I already knew:  Death to Los Campesinos!; Knee Deep at ATP; This Is How You Spell "Hahaha, We Destroyed the Hopes and Dreams of a Generation of Faux-Romantics;" and 2007:  The Year Punk Broke (My Heart)

Let's check what Tasker picked:  My Year in Lists; 2007:  The Year Punk Broke (My Heart)  I'm one for two again!  :hifive: 

*OK, so when I looked up Tasker's post, I clicked on the link to the album, which took me to the Wikipedia page.  There I saw a track listing of...12 songs.  WTF did I listen to that had 23 songs??  I just looked it up on Spotify and downloaded the album, and that's what I got.  No wonder it seemed like too many.

 

 

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I did the random number generator on the remaining four albums I'll be listening to, and this one will be next:  The Postal Service - Give Up.

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I have no idea what you were listening to for 23 songs, but I'm glad you enjoyed.   For what it's worth "Death to Los Campesinos" and "This Is How You Spell 'HAHAHA We Destroyed the Hopes and the Dreams of a Generation of Faux-Romantics'" were my #3 and #4 songs on the album.

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1 minute ago, Steve Tasker said:

I have no idea what you were listening to for 23 songs, but I'm glad you enjoyed.   For what it's worth "Death to Los Campesinos" and "This Is How You Spell 'HAHAHA We Destroyed the Hopes and the Dreams of a Generation of Faux-Romantics'" were my #3 and #4 songs on the album.

It is apparently the "Remastered Deluxe Edition," which is Welsh for "twice as many songs."

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Get to the couple that I listened to before I forget.  Listened to 2 off of @Bonzai island.   One of my choosing and one of his 3.   

ROYAL HEADACHE - HIGH (2015)

COVER:  I think it's a water tower?  no extra info on what I would be listening to.

ALBUM:   So this is one of the 6+ that I am tackling that I had zero clue what I was going to be listening to.   Like I posted earlier, my guess was a garage rock album that was more on the punk side, and that's basically what I got?  I didn't know anything about the band, so I was a little surprised what I thought was a British accent on the vocals, but after looking up I think they are from Australia?   Besides being a pretty consistent rockin' record all the way through, there were some mixing of styles and influences that really kept it fresh.   Wouldn't You Know has more of an older-swing feel to it that I liked.   Carolina was giving me quite the Replacements vibe.  Anyway, the rest was damn good with some blistering songs on there like the album closer.  It was just what I needed on a grumpy morning at work.  7/10

 

BUILT TO SPILL - KEEP IT LIKE A SECRET (1999)

COVER -   interesting one here.  not sure why, but I was getting an androgynous vibe as I was obsessed the shoulders of the person on the cover.

ALBUM -   I was under the impression that I knew more about this band than I did, but after a couple listens of this album I looked up the discography and nothing really stood out besides a passing faith idea that I probably have heard a couple off Perfect From Now On?   Spoiler alert - Bonzai island is 2/2 for now, as I really dug this album.  Probably a tad more than the one above.  I think the music and guitar sound on this one are more in my current wheelhouse, I also liked this one almost from the beginning.  Took me about 40sec to click with the vocals and I think it matches with the guitars well, so when they kicked in on The Plan I was on board.   Really liked how the album flowed, but the standouts for me were a pair of back to back songs:  Carry the Zero/Sidewalk and You Were Right/Temporarily Blind.    The only slight blemish for me on the album was thinking that the album closer Broken Chairs maybe went on a tick too long, but that is a mild nitpik here.  7.5/10

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I'd always thought of "Carry the Zero" as Built to Spill's most "famous" song.  Am I wrong?

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5 minutes ago, krista4 said:

I'd always thought of "Carry the Zero" as Built to Spill's most "famous" song.  Am I wrong?

:shrug:

I think I might be confusing them with another band in my head too.  I didn't recognize any songs on this album.  

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19 minutes ago, krista4 said:

I'd always thought of "Carry the Zero" as Built to Spill's most "famous" song.  Am I wrong?

Totally unsure.

This was the song that first got my attention:  Conventional Wisdom

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34 minutes ago, krista4 said:

I'd always thought of "Carry the Zero" as Built to Spill's most "famous" song.  Am I wrong?

I thought it was their most famous song as well. Built to spill is so good btw. There's nothing wrong with love through keep it like a secret in particular

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23 minutes ago, krista4 said:

I'd always thought of "Carry the Zero" as Built to Spill's most "famous" song.  Am I wrong?

No. You’re not wrong  

Although a great song and their most popular, not their best. IMO, of course. 

And I’m happy we’re discussing what the best Built to Spill song might be. 😀

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1 minute ago, The Dreaded Marco said:

No. You’re not wrong  

Although a great song and their most popular, not their best. IMO, of course. 

And I’m happy we’re discussing what the best Built to Spill song might be. 😀

Oh, I agree, though it's a great song.  I'm glad to see that KP enjoyed that record so much!  I don't know the other one reviewed so might need to check that out.

What are your faves?

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3 minutes ago, krista4 said:

Oh, I agree, though it's a great song.  I'm glad to see that KP enjoyed that record so much!  I don't know the other one reviewed so might need to check that out.

What are your faves?

Carry the Zero is one of their many great songs. Just not their best!

I’ll put together my top 10. 
 

It may take a while.  🍷

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