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Lili Marlene

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This is also on it. Love it.



The guitarist was in elastica. Now an A&R man for rough trade.

I really must listen to the 2nd disc. I can't even get through a 2 CD set.
Never heard it before, fairly decent, pure 1996-1999 sound. I'd say I only know about half the bands on that compilation, never mind the songs.

You know what, I had no intention of getting that comp but it's pretty cheap, I think I just might!
 

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Never heard it before, fairly decent, pure 1996-1999 sound. I'd say I only know about half the bands on that compilation, never mind the songs.

You know what, I had no intention of getting that comp but it's pretty cheap, I think I just might!

30 second preview clips on allmusic

 

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Just remember the new VAT rules. Bastards

I accidentally bought the words., most expensive dog collar, because I didn't realise it was coming from Israel. The postage was really steep, but to top it off I got charged a fortune by customs too.

I think it cost me about 130 in the end.


They cost about 30 quid.
 

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Just thinking of some alsoran bands I liked myself in the late 90s who had some decent b-sides, they're not even on youtube nevermind spotify!
 

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Absolutely!

Need to have a listening party with @Nate Champion

I'm game, haha.

Tupping through old Selects and NMEs from the mid to late 90s, and indiscriminately checking out all the indie bands that don't really fit in anywhere e.g never had any success bar maybe getting pumped for a "best new bands" live tour hmmm "Miller Brats" ahem comes to mind - we need a thread on THIS. Could be called Mid to late 90s Indie Also-rans Landfill thread. Some of it I like, some is utter tosh. I was listening to an album called 'Sublingual' by Cable last night. They were from Derby. Sort of smart pop-punk with a hint of Touch & Go Records type influence thing going on.
 

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I'm game, haha.

Tupping through old Selects and NMEs from the mid to late 90s, and indiscriminately checking out all the indie bands that don't really fit in anywhere e.g never had any success bar maybe getting pumped for a "best new bands" live tour hmmm "Miller Brats" ahem comes to mind - we need a thread on THIS. Could be called Mid to late 90s Indie Also-rans Landfill thread. Some of it I like, some is utter tosh. I was listening to an album called 'Sublingual' by Cable last night. They were from Derby. Sort of smart pop-punk with a hint of Touch & Go Records type influence thing going on.
bands from the late 90s can be best judged by the last b-side on CD single number 2, off their third or fourth release from an album.
 

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