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Nice one, Michael 8) :notworthy:


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Always a treat, wish he'd spend more time doing this than the FNM reformation..

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Good album Z man! :wink:

I'm either getting old or soft (or both) as I'm listening to Lana Del ray - Video games again. :cry:
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I've been listening to "Scott Walker sings Jaques Brel" (a compilation of the Brel songs from Scott, Scott 2, and Scott 3)

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Hom_Corleone wrote:I'm either getting old or soft (or both) as I'm listening to Lana Del ray - Video games again. :cry:
It might have something to do with shortage of sleep as I'm digging her singles too :D
I don't need the album, but I am gonna go see her live at the Werchter festival...


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markfiend wrote:I've been listening to "Scott Walker sings Jaques Brel" (a compilation of the Brel songs from Scott, Scott 2, and Scott 3)

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Awesome choice, sir. :notworthy:
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markfiend wrote:I've been listening to "Scott Walker sings Jaques Brel" (a compilation of the Brel songs from Scott, Scott 2, and Scott 3)

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Awesome choice, sir. :notworthy:
It's not half bad. In fact it's bloody brilliant.

I've seen Anna Fur Laxis do a burlesque routine to Scott Walker's version of Next. Awesome.

Youchoob linky here but they've redubbed it (copyright reasons?) and it's definitely NSFW
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markfiend wrote:I've been listening to "Scott Walker sings Jaques Brel" (a compilation of the Brel songs from Scott, Scott 2, and Scott 3)

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Awesome choice, sir. :notworthy:
It's not half bad. In fact it's bloody brilliant.

I've seen Anna Fur Laxis do a burlesque routine to Scott Walker's version of Next. Awesome.

Youchoob linky here but they've redubbed it (copyright reasons?) and it's definitely NSFW
Try Scott 4 for some real proto-goff goodness too. :D
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Obviousman wrote: Thank god for newspapers? :lol:
Nope, this LP has been in the collection for ages... not too much clicks'n'ticks so no need for a replacement either.:wink:


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Obviousman wrote: Thank god for newspapers? :lol:
Nope, this LP has been in the collection for ages... not too much clicks'n'ticks so no need for a replacement either.:wink:
:lol: Of course, their selection is a bit obvious I guess :)

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Ordered this in the UK as a gift earlier and now found out I could've had it in Antwerp for 15 EUR less or so. Lesson learnt: Support your local multinational stores rather than the far away ones! Question, which one do I keep here :lol:

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I am a huge fan of his! Every record is good, but Horse Soldier is hard to top. He puts on a good show, too. His guitar player is phenomenal.

Have you heard Losin' Lately Gambler yet? Very nice. I'll probably be going to see him again in a few weeks.
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