Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by betty swollocks, 23 Sep 2007.
There's an almost perfect little gem here
I went to a Stackridge gig before the "summer". Didn't know of them before but I must say they are bluddy good.
Is that some kind of joke? I've heard better music in lifts ...
lifts that are hopefully hurtling downwards!
Truly bland. The blandest mediocrity I've heard in a long time. A tour de force of greyness....
That wasn't very nice. Just because I say that something isn't to my taste is no reason to wish for my imminent death.
Similar theme (light jazzy music done ironically) but much better!
sorry, Kirstie, you misunderstood me. what i meant was, if i heard that music in a lift, i'd hope it was hurtling downwards to put me out of my misery!
OK! Big hug
Sorry - have to disagree. Although the OP clip wasn't the best of Stackridge by a longish way.
Philistines! (except twenty)
Thank god for the Sex Pistols.
Not the best Stackridge track...
Now for a seriously good Stackridge album: The Man In The Bowler Hat. Re-released too. Most excellent. George Martin influence throughout. "The Road To Venezuela" is a magnificent track.
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