BCB 100 - The Fall

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BCB 100 - The Fall

Postby geoffcowgill » 27 Aug 2006, 18:18

Originally I had Bob Marley in this spot, but I figure Coan would have a conniption if we got to the end of things and they weren't here. No one talks much about Marley here anyway, do they?

Having never knowingly heard any of Mr. Smith's stuff, I finally got around to getting The Wonderful And Frightening World Of The Fall and 45584589 (the singles thing) over the summer. Didn't do much for me, I'm afraid. I like "No Bulbs," I guess.

Bungo the Mungo

Postby Bungo the Mungo » 12 Nov 2006, 01:57

Move it!

The Modernist

Postby The Modernist » 15 Nov 2006, 12:36

Zufriedensteuerungskarten wrote:Move it!


:D

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Postby petulant clarksville » 14 Apr 2007, 17:12

Corporal Moddie! wrote:
Zufriedensteuerungskarten wrote:Move it!


:D


Victoria!

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Re: BCB 100 - The Fall

Postby Bungo the Mungo » 13 Dec 2007, 07:47

Of all the BCB 100 threads to never get moving.... :evil:

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Re: BCB 100 - The Fall

Postby king feeb » 14 Jan 2008, 04:15

I gotta get to this section of the board more often!

Songs:
(Riley era)= "How I Wrote Elastic Man" "Fit And Working Again"
(Brix Era)= "Spoilt Victorian Child" "No Bulbs"
(Modern Era)= "Touch Sensitive" "Sparta FC" and "Sons Of Temperance"

Albums:
(Riley era)= Slates (not really an album... merely the best EP of all time. Ever.) Hex Enduction Hour (LP)
(Brix Era)= This Nation's Saving Grace
(Modern Era)= The Unutterable

Geoff, even if you think you don't like The Fall now, someday one of those songs will reach out and grab you. And then you'll want to hear them all. That's usually the pattern.
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