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anybody remember these guys from back when warp records put out interesting electronic music? really liked their style, was very simple and had interesting beats and samples that didnt sound like someone else's music. and the bass lines were solid man, as if they'd put a lot of thought into their tracks

 

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only had that tiny reminders album which was pretty cool, the tune above was on it i think . does put the boring bland tunes warp etc put out nowadays to shame .

 

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Listened to this album yesterday!! Classic.

 

I even remember the NME giving this a 9/10!! Probably because Wetherall was flavour of the month after his work with Primal Screams Scremadelica (which I've always though a bit of a snooze-fest)

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I quite like 'Stay Down'.

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Anyone know what caused their huge shift in style between the albums Tiny Reminders and From The Double Gone Chapel ?

 

So from this:

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xyc4g5Wlv9I

 

To this:

 

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Guest sirch

does put the boring bland tunes warp etc put out nowadays to shame .

 

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Guest sirch

I quite like 'Stay Down'.

 

i love stay down. it's their best album i think. would love it if they did something like that again.

i mean RM is alright 'n all, but they're much better when they work together.

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Anyone know what caused their huge shift in style between the albums Tiny Reminders and From The Double Gone Chapel ?

 

So from this:

 

[media=]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xyc4g5Wlv9I[/media]

 

To this:

 

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not sure why/what happened but this always seemed very 'Weatherall' to me, much more than Tenniswood.

meaning i guess it was more of his thang to do something like DGC... and he does 'sing' (if you can call it that) on most tracks,...

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