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  1. BBC Radio 6 Nada Surf is playing right now. Doing a live set with a Smith's Cover of There is A Light. Pretty tame.
  2. Led Zeppelin - Whole Lotta Love The Cure - The Kiss Dead Can Dance - Cantara Pink Floyd - Time Bloc Party - Banquet Joy Division - Love Will Tear Us Apart Nitzer Ebb - Join in the Chant Jimi Hendrix - All Along the Watchtower U2 - Sunday Bloody Sunday Violent Femmes - Add it Up.
  3. iTune downloads this month - Kate Nash - Foundations EP Bats For Lashes - What's A Girl to Do - Single The Yardbirds - For Your Love The Yardbirds - Heart Full of Soul The Yardbirds - The Shapes of Things Last CD purchased - Bloc Party - Silent Alarm (but that was a while back, been doing the download thing lately to see how it works.)
  4. I don't know the Floyd sound and its evolution is hard to express, Dark Side seems to center it and Time illustrates it the best, though the evolution after that album is best captured by the Wall and Comfortably Numb illustrates all the elements better, but 5 in one you mention all those songs and more people will have heard Money than the others that is the non-floyd fans will no that more than Wish You Were Here as a Floyd song. But I could be wrong it is hard to say.
  5. That is very true, I would love to see them but the magick of the moment long ago can not be brought to this moment. I would actually like them to tour as The Knobs again. Don't call it Led Zeppelin but to be Led Zeppelin. I even think a New Yardbirds tour would be a great billing. That lets them play but lets history record it properly humour and all.
  6. That is one of my favorite tunes by Led Zeppelin. I am still amazed at the depth of sound and sonic texture of the first album. Especially for the amount of time it took to record and finish. As a production it is my favorite sounding album, and the Tele through the Supro just cuts and bites perfectly.
  7. Dead Can Dance Within the Realm of a Dying Sun The Serpent's Egg Aion The Cure The Head on the Door Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me Disintegration Depeche Mode Black Celebratoin Music For the Masses Violator This Mortal Coil (only three albums but a perfect progression) It'll End in Tears Filigree and Shadow Blood Led Zeppelin III IV Houses of the Holy
  8. A Strange Journey of Zep I was born 71 my parents Zep fans. I rebelled listening to Bach, Beethoven when I was 12 my dad turned me on to Zep II. When I was 17 saw the Cure and loved their stuff. My dad hated it all but the Song Lullaby. Went with the parents to see Page/Plant with Porl Thompson from The Cure and watched them play Lullaby live in Philadelphia, pure magick. I also go turned on to Portishead and my wife is English, I moved to England and saw the Strange Sensations in Bristol which had Porl and the backing band for Portishead. So it seems the band of the 70's for me Zep
  9. The Cure - Just Like Heaven Portishead - Sour Times Depeche Mode - Personal Jesus Jimi Henderix - Purple Haze Joy Division - Love Will Tear Us Apart Nine Inch Nails - Closer Ministry - Stigmata Lords of Acid - I Sit on Acid My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult - A Daisy Chain For Satan The Violent Femmes - Blister in the Sun The Sundays - Heres Where the Story Ends. The Sneaker Pimps - 6 Underground Poe - Angry Johny Jane's Addiction - Been Caught Stealing Massive Attack - Teardrop The Eagles - Hotel California The Steve Miller Band - Fly Like an Eagle Pink Floyd - Money Led Zep
  10. I bought that album on vinyl in the mid 80s new and it still had that engraved on the vinyl. I am not sure if it got added back to the pressings or if they never dropped it. Or I had ancient stock.
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