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by dogsetc.
Mon Mar 20, 2017 19:18
Forum: Cardiacs News
Topic: 26.08.17
Replies: 20
Views: 2984

Looking forward to the Shrubbies, as in 'things you never thought you'd see, like Spratleys Japs, for instance'.
by dogsetc.
Sun Feb 05, 2017 16:43
Forum: Cardiacs News
Topic: 26.08.17
Replies: 20
Views: 2984

It's a Saturday, so i'd imagine it's another Salisbury event, rather than just a release. I'm hoping the live Spratleys thing will happen again then, as i went along to the Lexington and it was stunning. I'm sure it's been noticed but there's a nine-minute summary . I suppose i should have posted a ...
by dogsetc.
Fri Oct 16, 2015 17:58
Forum: Cardiacs Alike
Topic: Odessey & Oracle and The Casiotone Orchestra
Replies: 3
Views: 1218

Odessey & Oracle and The Casiotone Orchestra

While i was here i thought i might as well make myself useful. This is the nicest new music i've heard all year. Sort of baroque psych from Lyon; tempted...? http://odesseyandoracle.bandcamp.com/releases ('Night of the tacky toys' will either do it or it won't...) http://www.alecoute.net/wp-content/...
by dogsetc.
Fri Oct 16, 2015 17:43
Forum: Albums
Topic: New Version Of The Seaside
Replies: 44
Views: 7304

What, exactly, is a Walker print? Walker Print were a printing firm in Newman Street, London, that pretty well had the market sewn up in promotional postcards, etc. in the 70s and 80s. They don't seem to be still going... What they cleverly did was to put their logo and phone number on everything t...
by dogsetc.
Thu Mar 19, 2015 20:56
Forum: Home of Fadeless Splendour
Topic: Facebook Is The Devil!
Replies: 12
Views: 3210

Wildwards wrote:
drterror666 wrote:Did something go down on Facebook the other day? I saw that the admin there had a bit of a moan.

Jus' won'ering...


yeah....bit of a hoo haa over some comments regarding a plus size lady in a daisy print top.


Pictures...?
by dogsetc.
Thu Mar 19, 2015 20:54
Forum: Cardiacs News
Topic: Look what's new at the Consultant's Memorabilia Collection!
Replies: 118
Views: 20360

Oh and I wonder if there will ever be a Rerelease of Ditzy Scene on any media? That song kills me how good it is. Makes me want to hear LSD so bad. Seeing as it was a very limited release, and it's the 'final' thing... then it should be some sort of priority i'd like to think, Which it obviously is...
by dogsetc.
Sun Nov 02, 2014 10:11
Forum: Home of Fadeless Splendour
Topic: No, but seriously, where the fugg is everyone.
Replies: 454
Views: 52932

Not gone, still here... i pop by, see what's cooking. Can't see that ever changing. Don't seem to have time or the inclination to listen to much at the moment though, and that includes "noodly" recommendations... the only thing i've enjoyed recently via here is the Moe Tar giant bumming sh...
by dogsetc.
Sat Oct 04, 2014 13:42
Forum: Home of Fadeless Splendour
Topic: Your Favorite Preposterous Voices
Replies: 26
Views: 6602

Joanna Newsom definitely, from you lot above.

I imagine Mark Perry once sounded plain outrageous, and now sounds cliched, but i love his voice, Laaandon... as indeed i do Johnny Moped, bless him.

This one will upset, guaranteed: Green Gartside, and he's miming. :)
by dogsetc.
Fri Oct 03, 2014 08:47
Forum: Home of Fadeless Splendour
Topic: Links to Fleetingly Amusing Stuff
Replies: 1942
Views: 202624

The firewood thing is especially good because it looks like it did just arrive in his mind rather than that he was keeping it ready. Good fun as ever anyway.

And a good idea to encourage him to join here... how could he resist a place where they've already been discussing his teeth. :)
by dogsetc.
Fri Aug 29, 2014 23:25
Forum: Cardiacs Alike
Topic: Kate's Bush
Replies: 113
Views: 23932

Saved me saying that, thanks Pheeel. It's a marvellous film, not the least the bit where he describes why 'Raining in My Heart' is the best song . I've not got the energy at the moment to read your potted wiki history of English punk that you've done for us up there Bob, but it always looks differen...
by dogsetc.
Fri Aug 29, 2014 23:06
Forum: Home of Fadeless Splendour
Topic: What did you listen to today ?
Replies: 2627
Views: 234283

Hot Rats was my introduction, but i could be perfectly happy just having Uncle Meat and forgetting the rest... especially the guitary bits by Frank his-self. Wasn't it whippersnapper of this forum who had tapes [he'd made, i think] that had all the solos edited out. Highly laudable. What was the yo...
by dogsetc.
Thu Aug 07, 2014 21:06
Forum: The Seaside
Topic: Kavus picks his favourite albums
Replies: 6
Views: 2090

It's delightful what he says about On Land... ; and the detail of the first Henry Cow, the more familiar it becomes, the more mysterious somehow (what's it made of...?); Reich's Octet ; and Barrett. He's a quite innocently obsessed character Kavus. I didn't read about things i've not heard, apart fr...
by dogsetc.
Thu Aug 07, 2014 20:52
Forum: Home of Fadeless Splendour
Topic: What did you listen to today ?
Replies: 2627
Views: 234283

eadric wrote:
Mr Technique wrote:New MoeTar track

That's crazy catchy. Didn't realise the new album was due so soon either (couple of weeks)!


It really is, i just watched it 3 times and i'm still not sure if i hate it or love it. That's one hell of a big bumming shed.
by dogsetc.
Thu Aug 07, 2014 20:42
Forum: Cardiacs News
Topic: Newsletter sign-up box
Replies: 1
Views: 1045

I have joined. Let them spam a lot.
by dogsetc.
Sat Jul 26, 2014 12:34
Forum: This Site and Intros
Topic: Tragically Late to the Whole World Window.
Replies: 19
Views: 4287

Yeah lovely, nice one Casey. I'm sure the answers will be coming along soon. http://cricketers-arms.co.uk/blog/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/casey-jones.jpg 5. Really not sure, you get them on eBay i think. I'd say they're quite rare now, 1000's not many. I think they should press this as a 12", A...