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New Paddingtons Album out

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11 tracks. Some great tracks. What does anyone else think?

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I like the single
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Good mix of tracks on the album.Some recent lps have sounded 'samey' from beginning to end, this one has some surprisingly different sounding tracks. Favourates so far are PUNK RIP and PLASTIC MEN, but only played it twice.

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Good single liked their first album will have to check out the new one.
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A great album. I prefer it to their first one.

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NPW wrote:A great album. I prefer it to their first one.
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sounds good, Ill have to check them out.
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I've tried to like the Pads, but it's a bit too much of a sub-Libertines blahfest... :shifty:

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Shame About Elle is gossipy/amusing stuff about poor supermodel Laura (Hollings aka Agyness Deyn), who traded Josh out of the Paddingtons in for Albert Hammond Jr., if I've got my socialites straight. The album is pretty good, but tails off toward the end.

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Inder wrote:I've tried to like the Pads, but it's a bit too much of a sub-Libertines blahfest... :shifty:
I've tried to like the entire current UK indie scene, but it's much too much of a sub-Libertines blahfest.
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Silent Majority wrote:
Inder wrote:I've tried to like the Pads, but it's a bit too much of a sub-Libertines blahfest... :shifty:
I've tried to like the entire current UK indie scene, but it's much too much of a sub-Libertines blahfest.
I've tried to like the whole last 15 years' musical production, but it's too much of a 70's- 80's first 90's blahfest... :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:
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Silent Majority wrote:
Inder wrote:I've tried to like the Pads, but it's a bit too much of a sub-Libertines blahfest... :shifty:
I've tried to like the entire current UK indie scene, but it's much too much of a sub-Libertines blahfest.
Guitar bands seemed to go downhill in a hurry post-2004, but there're still some really cool groups out there. Ensembles like Foals need to go away, though.

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evair wrote:
Silent Majority wrote:
Inder wrote:I've tried to like the Pads, but it's a bit too much of a sub-Libertines blahfest... :shifty:
I've tried to like the entire current UK indie scene, but it's much too much of a sub-Libertines blahfest.
I've tried to like the whole last 15 years' musical production, but it's too much of a 70's- 80's first 90's blahfest... :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:
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Inder wrote:
Silent Majority wrote:
Inder wrote:I've tried to like the Pads, but it's a bit too much of a sub-Libertines blahfest... :shifty:
I've tried to like the entire current UK indie scene, but it's much too much of a sub-Libertines blahfest.
Guitar bands seemed to go downhill in a hurry post-2004, but there're still some really cool groups out there. Ensembles like Foals need to go away, though.
God yes. How are Foals popular? Where's the good?
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Here`s what my local paper thinks of em.
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