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05 Dec 2002 08:08 AM
    Any thoughts on the best most rocking IRISH single of 2003? I think the crayonZ "Bringing the Conversation Down" is superb along with "the Dillon Family Dancers" by the Redneck Manifesto (but I don't know if they released that) there are lots more but I'm a bit hungover this morning,,,
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    05 Dec 2002 08:10 AM
    So hungover you don't know what year it is.
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    06 Dec 2002 07:56 AM
    you walked into that one femme!haha here's to 2004...
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    06 Dec 2002 12:22 PM
    And you were going on about s**te, Johnnie?? Ya devil!!
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    06 Dec 2002 02:39 PM
    Babelfish - 'Sometimes' gets my vote ... beautiful single ... :o)
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    09 Dec 2002 10:31 AM
    I really don't like Babelfish. Nothing HAPPENS in their music
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    09 Dec 2002 10:52 AM
    Hi.Rise - 'One Man's Poison' for sure!
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    09 Dec 2002 11:37 AM
    i really enjoy babelfish but would not give it the nod as the single of the year for me it has to be the 66 electric's 'brown bear' i thought that was class
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    09 Dec 2002 03:02 PM
    dunno about singles but the album has to be skylarkin by mic christopher
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    09 Dec 2002 03:21 PM
    The Walls - - To the bright and shining sun what a tune did yis hear they are rereleasing paradise in the picturehouse - the stunning should be cool
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    10 Dec 2002 12:20 PM
    Yeah nothing happens in Babelfish land,,, i like the crayonZ, deadly name...
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    17 Dec 2002 06:37 PM
    the b-side of the infamous listo single pass the highs....."i hate", in my opinion is as good as anything ive seen come out of ireland in a long time....we all have mates in bands who release singles...and i know the black fella out of listo almost intimately..but that doesnt cloud my judgement......
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    17 Dec 2002 09:40 PM
    nothing happens in babelfish land? 'tis worth another listen, they're a real interesting band .. as chance would have it (relating to a previous post) saw them play with the crayonz in whelans recently.. the crayonz were a couple of orders of magnitude of quality below them (b'fish) IMO; pretty uninspired stuff.
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    18 Dec 2002 07:16 AM
    I'd have to agree with damo. Skylarking has been the best album of the year ... by far
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    22 Dec 2002 10:24 PM
    Irish single of the Year The Walls - To the Bright and Shining Sun (2002) The Walls - Hi-Wire (2003)
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    23 Dec 2002 08:32 AM
    cannonball - damien & lisa (2002???) hoops & the mafia - little ghetto boys july - mundy (if even for the sheer opportunism!) brown bear - 66 electric (any disillusioned radiohead fans should tap into this...)
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    23 Dec 2002 09:05 AM
    I never liked Mundy until I heard Mayday and even then I was a bit half-arsed about his music - one good song does not a star make - or something like that (lol)....but I heard July one night camping in Glenmalure in the Wicklow Mountains in the middle of a forest. We were all sat around a big fire and it was blaring all over the forest - it was quite beautiful! and his voice is amazing on it - fair dues.
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    23 Dec 2002 01:32 PM
    Stoat: Oh Happy Day Imagine if Pavement came from Wexford...
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    24 Dec 2002 08:59 PM
    July was the song of the summer for me, fair play like. Heard the rest of that album lately and on the whole its very impressive.
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    30 Dec 2002 08:48 AM
    "Don't Go Out" by Tenspeedracer rocked my world.
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