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A welcome follow up to my Greg Norton post

I’ve been a bit busy dealing with a job loss, job search, and other stuff lately.  So, The Feast has been a bit quiet.  One thing I’m happy to report is that people actually read my shit.   52 more words

In from the rain again - doubling up with Inspiral Carpets and The Rainkings

It’s a busy life for Stephen Holt, his day job in North Manchester supplemented by roles as the singer in two acclaimed bands.

As well as Inspiral Carpets, the outfit he co-formed in 1983 and rejoined in 2011 after a 22-year absence, he’s back with the band he initially them left for, promoting The Rainkings’ new… 2,964 more words

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Therapy? Baby Teeth - Review July 1991

Therapy ? Baby Teeth’

You probably wouldn’t trust Therapy? to baby-sit your little sisters and brothers. And you’d be right.

They’re that kind of band ;- psychotic dog-trashcore noise terrorists who rip ears and emotions right apart, usually in the one-band breath. 341 more words

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Grant Hart - The Argument.

Whilst Husker Du are one of my all-time favourite bands I must admit I didn’t even know this album existed until a few days ago. Grant Hart is arguably the more skilled songwriter from Husker Du or at least I think his songs just edge past the writing of Bob Mould. 938 more words

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Autobiographical Order No. 102: Hüsker Dü - New Day Rising

Half the fun of buying vinyl is just flipping through the crates of used records and seeing what kind of unusual finds you discover in the process. 389 more words

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post-punk gems, v. 68 -- Gang of Four

For nearly all of my purchases of vinyl before the age of 25 (and even a fair share of my CDs and tapes), I can recall the moment of acquisition, the ripping open of the cellophane, and the debut rotation on my turntable. 233 more words

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