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14 Sep 2007 - 4:07 PM

I think we've highjacked Johns thread for long enough now.

Have a good weekend John, Fran, Tony, Dave and Koen


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14 Sep 2007 - 4:07 PM

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14 Sep 2007 - 4:43 PM

Quote: Genesis without Peter Gabriel are OK but a bit like a car with no engine. It just coasts downhill and eventually grinds to a halt.

I like the analagy but you missed the bit about the wreckage left at the end (not so sure i agree with them being ok without Gabriel though) Trespass is a stonker, as is 'selling England by the pound'.

and with a title like that... it begged a hijack. Smile


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Tooth  95772 forum posts Ireland227 Constructive Critique Points
14 Sep 2007 - 9:36 PM

Foxtrot was the pinnacle....

for a car with no engine, Trick of the Tail was pretty OK

BTW, any word of that restaurant owner from Bognor, I heard on the news they'd found a mouse brown overcoat


happy birthday John

bricurtis e2 Member 91911 forum postsbricurtis vcard England48 Constructive Critique Points
14 Sep 2007 - 10:34 PM

Selling England By the Pound - simply for 'The Battle of Epping Forest'.Magic.

tony64  10204 forum posts England9 Constructive Critique Points
14 Sep 2007 - 11:22 PM

Yes 'Wind' and 'Trick' are great albums, no question. However, 'And Then There Were Three' is one of those hidden gems. Those of us who owned it at the beginning remember how good it was. If you haven't had the pleasure, it's a gem!
...and that's from a led zep fan!

PaulSR  9511 forum posts England
14 Sep 2007 - 11:31 PM

Quote: BTW, any word of that restaurant owner from Bognor

Didn't he catch a train.

What about "The Lamb" album
An all time classic, And from the bands best decade by far

Tooth  95772 forum posts Ireland227 Constructive Critique Points
15 Sep 2007 - 2:29 AM

i agree definitely the best decade (in fact the only one I listened to LOL)

The "Lamb" was OK -( I took two coachloads of sixth formers to row two of the second night in Liverpool ..) but even then I (and several of my pals) thought that the spark was going,a bit over the top and arty-farty (in fact very much like when Yes did "Topographic oceans").

So, my favourites in order,( just to keep the thread hijack going Wink

Selling England
Nursery Cryme
Trick of the Tail
Wind and Wuthering

and absolute favourite track (though a long concept..) Supper's Ready

lead us to the New Jerusalem


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Patrick Bateman, come back please !
All is forgiven !

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john64 e2 Member 10824 forum postsjohn64 vcard England
15 Sep 2007 - 1:35 PM

Thanks for the comments guys, I wondered if anyone would pick up on the thread's title Wink them being my fave band and all.

Best album: either Foxtrot or The Lamb
Fave track: The light dies down on Broadway, it has a great atmosphere when played through headphones in a pitch black room, then again most of the early stuff does: Watcher, Stagnation, The Knife, etc...

I could go on for ever...

Off to the footy in a minute, come on you Blue boys.


19 Sep 2007 - 8:02 AM

For those with vinyl and no table. Foxtrot-featured album on Planet rock (DAB) tonight from 5.


john64 e2 Member 10824 forum postsjohn64 vcard England
19 Sep 2007 - 4:49 PM

Thanks for the heads-up Freja. I'll be tuning in.

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