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I, Cosh:
http://http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8QICUJsI9nk

SuperSurfer:
Every now and then I rediscover Captain Beefheart. Most of the later stuff was dodgy but the early stuff I have to play sparingly. Gives me a dose of what the Daily Mail referred to as "iPoditis" – when music gets stuck in your bonce. His music has jammed so hard in my head in the past it has prevented me from sleeping.

Peter Wolf:

--- Quote from: "The Cosh" ---
--- Quote from: "peterwolf" ---Flying Saucer Attack.

Its mostly just a wall of sound of sheets of guitar distortion and feedback but beautiful and melodic and wonderful  turned up loud .Nothing else quite like it.Post/Space rock from Bristol.[Early 90s].
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my goodness. FSA are a perpetual favourite of mine. calling them "post" or "space" rock really doesn't do justice to their homespun beauty. It's when you put a record on and you think your turntable's overloading but it's actually because they recorded it with a guitar pluggged into a stereo amp so that's the beauty of noise.
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I used to have a copy of their first Lp that was one of only 1000 in a handpainted sleeve before i lost my entire record collection.The first Lp is the best.

I, Cosh:

--- Quote from: "JayzusB.Christ" ---I recently rediscovered both the KLF and Utah Saints, and yesterday found Usura on YouTube.
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Quality. When I first read this I went straight to youtube for an early 90s student disco revival. Praga Khan Injected With A Poison and The Messiah Temple of Dreams were top of the playlist.


--- Quote from: "peterwolf" ---Flying Saucer Attack.

Its mostly just a wall of sound of sheets of guitar distortion and feedback but beautiful and melodic and wonderful  turned up loud .Nothing else quite like it.Post/Space rock from Bristol.[Early 90s].
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Here's a band I'd heard of but never actually heard until last weekend. Stars of the Lid. If you like FSA, I think they'll be up right up your alley. I think this track's lovely but if it doesn't grab you in the first minute there's not much point continuing as it doesn't change much. http://http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vlZvBYW7ns

Peter Wolf:

--- Quote from: "The Cosh" ---
--- Quote from: "JayzusB.Christ" ---I recently rediscovered both the KLF and Utah Saints, and yesterday found Usura on YouTube.
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Quality. When I first read this I went straight to youtube for an early 90s student disco revival. Praga Khan Injected With A Poison and The Messiah Temple of Dreams were top of the playlist.


--- Quote from: "peterwolf" ---Flying Saucer Attack.

Its mostly just a wall of sound of sheets of guitar distortion and feedback but beautiful and melodic and wonderful  turned up loud .Nothing else quite like it.Post/Space rock from Bristol.[Early 90s].
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Here's a band I'd heard of but never actually heard until last weekend. Stars of the Lid. If you like FSA, I think they'll be up right up your alley. I think this track's lovely but if it doesn't grab you in the first minute there's not much point continuing as it doesn't change much. http://http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vlZvBYW7ns
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Thanks for the tip as i had never heard of them before but its good late night listening.

You might like this as this band were excellent .I love their guitar sound and great tunes and they are virtually forgotten now which is a shame.

Kitchens Of Distinction :


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Y54gqnc ... re=related

Also you might have heard of his Name Is Alive [4AD] whose first 4 lps i strongly recommend.The first album called Livonia is absolutely extraordinary.Not much of a selection on Youtube unfortunately.


Also buy this :

http://www.discogs.com/Cranes-Jewel/release/1061437

because track 4 is very good.

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