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Definitely their peak, in my view. They were a killer live band back then, assuming they weren't too drunk. They really should have packed it in after this one.
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I was slightly disappointed by Fear Inoculum it just seemed a bit like a rehash of Lateralus and 10,000 days.
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I was slightly disappointed by Fear Inoculum it just seemed a bit like a rehash of Lateralus and 10,000 days.
I hear ya....However, the more I listen to it the more I like it. It has a more meditational vibe than Lateralus and 10,000 days I reckons. :)
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Fun fact - I queued up for over an hour at a signing at Reading Festival such was my love for Lauren.
Hated the music - was just totally besotted by her. :oops:
Got about 3 people from the front, almost touching distance...and then they packed up and fecked off. :lol:

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Nostalgia is death. But this record is fantastic, and I can still remember purchasing it (on cassette, after getting off work as a teenager), having read a review in Thrasher magazine that began with something like "I don't normally like the favorite music of white guys with dreadlocks..."

Haven't listened to this in easily 15 years.
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Nostalgia is death. But this record is fantastic, and I can still remember purchasing it (on cassette, after getting off work as a teenager), having read a review in Thrasher magazine that began with something like "I don't normally like the favorite music of white guys with dreadlocks..."

Haven't listened to this in easily 15 years.
f**k YES. This is an epic album. Was just discussing the best drop d tuned songs on FB and several songs off this album were my top recommends. The best SG album by far for me

Also, nostalgia is mostly where I live these days. Mostly :)
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dont you blame me for that @DJElectricDaddy :lol:

but while we're going there, this is an ABSOLUTE BANGER



the synths alone make it amazing, but having The Essex sing on it only makes it betterererer
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dont you blame me for that @DJElectricDaddy :lol:

but while we're going there, this is an ABSOLUTE BANGER



the synths alone make it amazing, but having The Essex sing on it only makes it betterererer
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Oh yes, that was a direct influence on this :wink:

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dont you blame me for that @DJElectricDaddy :lol:

but while we're going there, this is an ABSOLUTE BANGER

the synths alone make it amazing, but having The Essex sing on it only makes it betterererer
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Metropole, by the Lawrence Arms. I'm not one for pop-punk, really, but this is an outstanding record, filled with saudade and excellent songwriting. If you can only check out one song, make it this one (first thing I ever heard by them):
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