Bullet the Blue Sky by U2. It's the bassline. Total class. It's been buzzing round in my head for the last fortnight. I love the Joshua Tree album me! 30th anniversary of its release this year. I know it became fashionable amongst the chin-stroking fraternity to slag them but I think they are a great band.
The Four Horsemen by Aphrodite's Child. Begins with that gentle vocal and morph's into a fucking rockin' motherfucking freakout sonic meltdown n' that (I know all the music lingo me). Totally ace song if you ask me........I know you wont.
Uncanny, i was only reading about a new complilation out from the man last week and put it on the list to get. Not mad on compilations but it seemed a great collection as i dont know that much about him. Best of the Dualtone years its called _________________ I guess all songs is folk songs. I never heard no horse sing 'em
Same here LD. I'd never heard of him until his death, but he seems to be very highly regarded and has quite a hefty back catalogue.
My ear worm this week is 'Fire and Brimstone' by Link Wray from his 1971 self-titled album. Bit of a departure from his usual style but a great track. More country rockish than his rockabilly noir twangfests but dead good.
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'Makeba' by a singer from Toulouse called Jain. Really catchy electronic French pop with an African feel. The album came out a couple of years ago but only heard this for the first time this week. Wicked video as well if anybody can embed it.
Also a track called 'Talking Black' by Anatoly Ice and Daria.
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