You will, no record collection should be with Boys Keep Swinging...love the way that ends
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I probably wouldn't have done either, only I was a student at the time and living with a Bowie obsessive. Reeves Gabrels was on guitar duties with the Sales brothers, Tony and Hunt, as the rhythm section. I think a lot of Bowie die-hards made a decision to dislike Tin Machine before hearing any output, but I liked it and still listen to the first album on occasion. Never going to make a Bowie top ten, but certainly worth a listen in my book.
Mars Volta De-loused in the Comatorium and Francis the Mute on rotation too. Reminded by my At the Drive in nom in the best song thread
Billy Eilish in the car
20+ years on & I'm listening to Cerys Matthews Catatonia albums that had totally passed me by at that time
Catatonia are very melancholy in tone, exploring feelings of frustration, regret and uncertainty.
Equally Cursed and Blessed & a half
My favourite of the two reviewed albums
Some of their songs are actually very good, some not so good. 'Valerian' & 'Bulimic Beats' are standouts for me. As the 90's was deprived of great songs in numbers I may nominate these tracks in our Mega-Song Polls
Way Beyond Blue
A decent debut with Matthews voice lifting the album
Really? I thought they were a miserable bunch of Taffs with a droning trollop gobbing off into a microphone....
but hey.... what do I know??
Listen to the songs 'Valerian' & 'Bulimic' Hector, doesn't sounds like she's gobbing off to me, really nice imo
It is so illuminating!!