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Thread: Spinning Today - What Are You Listening To Right Now? (Part 3)

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    Quote Originally Posted by hole46 View Post
    Used to be a favourite album to play fifty years ago, especially on mind altering substances


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    I'm going to stick a CD of King Crimson's 'Thrak' on really loud set to repeat and see how long the missus can take it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hole46 View Post
    Used to be a favourite album to play fifty years ago, especially on mind altering substances


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    I imagine that would be a bit freaky
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
    Do you still lick Cane Toads down under? I heard it used to be a thing.
    If I was going to lick a cane toad I think I would lick its back or head, not itís down under!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
    Last bit of tunes until Monday, as granddaughter has just landed. £ days of Bing and Peppa Pig. Yay!

    Some electro pop:

    I actually miss the days of Peppa Pig and Ben & Holly. What am I saying, no I donít! But my kids still think Daddy Pig was modelled on me...

    Anyway, great album that, not played it for years.

    I Have my ďsongs I have obsessed aboutĒ Spotify playlist going at the moment. Just had Blur with Coffee & TV, now on to Toyah and Thunder in the Mountains, from the first album I ever bought, Anthem. A proper eclectic mix it is. Family are playing board games in the dining room, Iím in the study pretending Iíve still got urgent work to finish!


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    daddy pig, aye, must remember that
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    I have that - I don't like it at all.


    I realise that my initial comment was blunt to the point of being rude. I have never been impressed by Yes, despite seeing them live back in 1970 (?), and don't like the sound of Jon Anderson's voice. So why did I acquire this particular disc? Well, for some strange reason I do like the works of Jon and Vangelis, so I though I would take a punt on it when I saw it in a charity shop for 50p.

    Played it again this afternoon and whilst I like some of the instrumental parts, overall the album failed to impress me and I found myself not really listening to it. Back to the charity shop then, for a 're-churn'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex_UK View Post
    If I was going to lick a cane toad I think I would lick its back or head, not itís down under!


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    That seems a bit unfair - you're getting a free acid trip, but what's the toad getting in return?

    Australians don't know how lucky they are, British toads do nothing and taste like shit
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    As we have decided not go out this evening we have enjoyed 1987 on CD at dinner.

    Maybe a couple of episodes of S2 Babylon 5 now then some choons later to see in the change of years.

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    Janis Joplin - 'Greatest Hits'



    Label: CBS Ė CBS 32190, CBS Ė 32190
    Series: Nice Price
    Format: Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Reissue, Stereo
    Country: Europe
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    Genre: Rock
    Style: Blues Rock
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