Re: [thewire] Re: now playing
- gradyfinklemyer spewed to wire:
g> Which Old album? Since Old is/was mainly Plotkin/Dubin, I guess
g> that means that I'm right and you're wrong. Because he played on
g> one album(?) doesn't mean he's a member of the band.
Why, he's on _Lo Flux Tube_, the very album that was being discussed.
Whether he's a "member of the band" (ever wonder what it would be like
to be a member of something yourself?) or not, being on an album is a
great way to get yourself mentioned as being on an album.
g> By the way, speakin' 'pon the subject of lookin' things up, if'n
g> you're going to use fifty-cent words, you might want to make sure
g> they exist...my dictionary don't have no "logorrhea" in it.
<<sigh>> you might want to try one without the big pictures of
bunnywabbits on the front. This took about 20 seconds from
n : pathologically excessive (and often incoherent) talking
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- --- In thewire@y..., "Gwendal Cobert" <g.cobert@t...> wrote:
> sure - and the EPs that came out around the same time wereexcellent.
> Anybody knows what these guys are up to these days ? I would loveto see a
> follow-up to "Instinct for detection"...THere was a second album in 1998 called City Delirious.
I didn't get it, though from what I remember both lps got pretty good
reviews in The Wire.
I think I first picked up on the band from picking up the Serious
Road Trip benefit triple cd.
I dunno what they're up to now though.
Hope its something as good
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