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More Meeeyuzeeeeek
If I could do just one near perfect thing I'd be happy
They'd write it on my grave, or when they scattered my ashes
On second thoughts I'd rather hang about
and be here with my best friend
If she wants me.... - B&S. If She Wants Me
am slowly enjoying parts of Belle and Sebastian's Dear Catastrophe Waitress. so far, am getting lotsa sunshiney fun like the kind you might get from listening to the boo radleys or they might be giants.
...And it's produced by, uh, like, Trevor Horn... guy who'd most recently done time with tawdry Latvian lovers t.A.T.u. With the combo's long-derided feyness and wetness and such in scant supply, this brand new longplayer, called Dear Catastrophe Waitress, is full of hot guitar licks and sweeping strings and sunshining pop-song-ish giddiness, the combo kitted out in classic-pop threads and loving every minute of it. It also finds them sounding like a band, in the best sense of the word, no longer like some straggly collective of Christians and charlatans from the hippest cafs in Glasgow. -neumu
Oh yeah, ya might find it worth yer while to check Pitchfork media's free dnloadable mp3s page and its innerestin' blurbs. Oi, btw, sinong may Shiina Ringo? Never mind that I won't understand a word. Am innerested in listening to the her album Calcium, Semen and Chestnut Flowers. Interestin' picks for 2003 on Tiny Mix Tapes. Putcha, ang meron lang ako dun yung Hail to the Thief.

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