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post #151 of 208
I think its picked at some point on our Friday, Adam. If you don't notice the new album in this thread, it's listed here as well. As for how it's chosen, could be answered a couple of ways: - Lemmy selects somebody from the list (who expressed an interest in participating a few weeks back) using an RNG or some other fandangle method - From what I can tell, there are no rules for album selection other than the general theme of the event being to introduce people to new music. Enjoy!
post #152 of 208
Where is the new album?
post #153 of 208
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Where is the new album?
+1 Come on, Piroshky, shkyt or get off the pot!
post #154 of 208
Next!!!!!!!!!!
post #155 of 208
If we don't get a new album by the end of the day, move on to the next person.
post #156 of 208
Thread Starter 
Where is ze Piroshky? I'll send him a PM and I'll send Dentata a PM.

Anyway TheIdler has been selected for the Week 7 album (We're on Week 4 right now)
post #157 of 208
Seriously. Can we get a list? Skip whoever it is now, move them to the end, and move to the next guy.

It cannot be that complicated. you are using a RNG. It's way easier to do it all at once than one or two guys at a time. This one week at a time thing is killing us. I already offered to make a list. Can I do it? There is no reason that we should have to wait three or more days into the seven day cycle to get a new album. One guy isn't ready or available - skip him.
post #158 of 208
Agreed, this is ridiculous. I know this adds to the administration of it, but what if the next person(s) on the list was/were to PM their album choice to whomever takes on the coordination of the club? That way, if somebody decides to up and e-die, we have another album ready to go.
post #159 of 208
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Originally Posted by lemmywinks View Post
Where is ze Piroshky? I'll send him a PM and I'll send Dentata a PM.

Anyway TheIdler has been selected for the Week 7 album (We're on Week 4 right now)

OK, sounds good. To be honest I'm a little confused why you don't just list everyone for the next, say, two or three months, but, whatever, it's cool.
post #160 of 208


Another Sunny Day - "London Weekend"

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Another_Sunny_Day

The band was formed as a vehicle for Harvey Williams in Newlyn, Cornwall in 1987.[1] Williams had been a student at Plymouth Polytechnic but dropped out of his course to pursue a career in music.[1] Williams signed a deal with Sarah records and the first ASD release was the "Anorak City" flexi-disc in April 1988, which came with the Are You Scared To Get Happy? fanzine. The band's debut single proper was "I'm in Love with a Girl Who Doesn't Know I Exist", released two months later. The next release would be in May 1989 - the "What's Happened?" single, followed later that year by "You Should all be Murdered" and a limited 7-inch single on Bob Stanley's Caff label, with a cover version of Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark's "Genetic Engineering".[1] A couple more singles preceded the band's only album, London Weekend. Williams then joined Blueboy, before recording under his own name, and later went on to collaborate on several records by other groups including The Field Mice and The Hit Parade. Harvey Williams works at the BBC.
Cherry Red records re-issued the London Weekend album in August 2009. This release included six additional tracks: Genetic Engineering, Kilburn Towers, It's OK If You Don't Love Me, The Boy From St Ives, I'm In Love With A Girl Who Doesn't Know I Exist (4-Track version), Things Will Be Nice (4-Track version).

I have a link!
post #161 of 208
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Another Sunny Day - "London Weekend"



I have a link!

So we are listening to the 14 track release right?
post #162 of 208
Yes'r, although the rerelease may be the easiest to find.
post #163 of 208
Made it about half way through the album, the music was too saccharine for me.
post #164 of 208
Like the Smiths, but a little lighter.
post #165 of 208
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Like the Smiths, but a little lighter.

I was just about to say that. I hate to keep making comparisons to music I already know, but I think it's kind of what a lot of people do when they hear new music. I was thinking Smiths/Cure coverband. Overall, I think this is pretty listenable. Not a fan of the vocals though. It was a little mumbly.

Interesting, had a few catchy melodies here and there. Nothing really stands out from a first listening though. I was actually surprised as to how little time it took to get through the album. I was listening to it and typing, and then it went quiet and I looked down and had listened to 14 tracks. Weird.
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