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I pondred long and hard over this one (as is only right at this stage of the game). Of the new picks, I loathe The Fall and dislike the Flaming Lips. However, the version of Sam Stone and the impeccable Meet on the Ledge swung it for me.
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Both are a bit too solid and unadventurous for me, but B has a bit more variety and a few more winning tracks.
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Both very similar lists with typically BCB taste (you'd expect that at this stage). B has the best and the worst tracks. A is more stable.
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Neither really does it for me. B makes stops at a few more destinations, though, and added Swamp Dogg, so it gets my vote.
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Both largely spiffing, as you'd expect at this stage, and very hard to separate but the Bronski Beat pick is inspired and I put that Marcell Strong song in my original ten this year so...
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