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Dancelittleewok wrote:


Them Crooked Vultures - New Fang


Its nice to hear that someone else likes this band Smile
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Listening to a lot of Snow Patrol right now, particularly the song Disaster Button.

Its weird because I only delve into this band when I'm feeling sappy and romantic, but there's been no sign of that in my life recently so I think I'm finally able to just enjoy the band.
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I love that band, and particularly that song. Amazingly talented.


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Mad Wook wrote:
I love that band, and particularly that song. Amazingly talented.


What did you think of the new album? I only just got a chance to listen to it.
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I've had it on my mp3 on shuffle so I don't really know any of the songs that well yet. I tend to listen to them a lot more when the weather is cooler. Weird, I know. But the title track did really jump out and grab me. They still got it, for sure. Very intense feel to that song.


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Oh ya, they're still incredible. I've always dug the band but I usually only listen to them when I'm in a long-term relationship and I'm feeling all sappy and cheesy cause, well, they're sappy and cheesy. But lately I've been really into them. Last couple days at work I've gone through the whole discography and will probably be on a Snow Patrol kick for at least a couple of weeks. Good to know there are other fans here though! Very Happy

Mara, Padme, Reep, you guys might actually like this band. Check em out, youtube a few singles or something.
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Chocolate, Run, Chasing Cars, and Crack the Shutters are all good places to start, but I prefer some like How to Be Dead, Grazed Knees, Set Fire to the Third Bar, and, like you said, Disaster Button.


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Mad Wook wrote:
Chocolate, Run, Chasing Cars, and Crack the Shutters are all good places to start, but I prefer some like How to Be Dead, Grazed Knees, Set Fire to the Third Bar, and, like you said, Disaster Button.


All good tracks, but I would add to them

1. Hands Open
2. Set Down Your Glass (a personal favorite!)
3. The Golden Floor
4. If There's A Rocket Tie Me To It
5. Olive Grove Facing The Sea
6. Dark Roman Wine
7. Crazy In Love (Cover of a Beyonce song that actually makes it awesome instead of awful)
8. Somewhere a Clock is Ticking

All of those are definitely in addition to the list that Mad Wook just posted. The only one I don't agree with him on is Chasing Cars, but I've always despised that song so I think I'm just biased. And 'Grazed Knees' is incredible!
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Somewhere a Clock is Ticking


Yes, I forgot about this one. I love the heavy beat with the lighter music. And I had no idea they covered the Beyonce song. I'll have to look it up on youtube.


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Lifeboats is still my favorite by them, followed by Take Back the City. On their new album, I liked Fallen Empire, The Symphony, and The Weight of Love (my fav on that album).
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@Skuldren: Ya when I first got the album Lifeboats was a standout to me. The guitar work is better there than on almost any other song. Which all of their albums do you have? Cause your list is from the last 2 albums but I really do think you'd like some stuff off of the first 2 really well, given what I've gathered of your musical leanings over the last few years.
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I'm not sure I've ever listened to their other albums yet.
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Slipknot- Live at Download 2009 from their Antennas to Hell greatest hits. Fantastic performance.
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"Always Summer" - Yellowcard. The violin solo is just epic in this song. Cool
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