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Album of the year 2001
Last Post 25 Nov 2001 10:18 AM by eclectichoney. 16 Replies.
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25 Nov 2001 10:18 AM
    anyone got a favourite for this year?? "You might not see things yet on the surface, but underground, it's already on fire." http://www.eclectichoney.com
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    25 Nov 2001 03:52 PM
    probably, snow patrol- when its all over..., but its a toughie maybe steve fanagan- there is hope,or the frames album - for the birds. alot of good music was released this year. mick... http://www.polarofficial.com
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    26 Nov 2001 01:57 PM
    For me it's got to be the debut album from Warlords of Pez "Now That's What I Call Fingering Ban Gardas Vol 3" Gotta get some!
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    11 Dec 2001 02:00 PM
    this is my happening... by the npb is great, as is the big romance helen
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    12 Dec 2001 06:42 AM
    **Adrian Crowley's When You Are Here You Are Family is not to be sniffed at either! **But for me it has to be Josh Ritter's Golden Age of Radio(although it's technically a 2000 release) **Am I alone in thinking that Radiohead - Amnesiac was an absolute masterpiece???
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    12 Dec 2001 11:05 AM
    jim o'rourke - insignificance sparklehorse - it's a wonderful life tortoise - standards bonnie 'prince' billy - ease down the road low - things we lost in the fire nick cave and the bad seeds - no more shall we part tindersticks - can our love... and alot more i can't think of right now
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    12 Dec 2001 06:36 PM
    Top 3 in no particular order Ronan O'Snodaigh - Tip Toe Jimmy Cake - Brains The Frames - For The Birds
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    13 Dec 2001 07:59 AM
    I'd agree with Mick, Snow Patrol - When It's All Over... ] http://entertainment.ie
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    16 Dec 2001 12:39 PM
    The Robocop Kraus - Tiger - TRM - thirtysixstrings- Weezer -green album- Dudleys -lonely world of- There's hundreds more... guh?
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    17 Dec 2001 04:14 PM
    Ghranko - i agree about amnesiac - it's much warmer and friendlier than kid and consequently even better. "You might not see things yet on the surface, but underground, it's already on fire." http://www.eclectichoney.com
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    31 Dec 2001 11:17 PM
    I've never heard of half of the bands on here. What do you guys know that I don't?
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    05 Jan 2002 07:17 PM
    I think my favourites have to be Fugazi, Cradle of filth and Aphex twin. Ian Brown's album wasn't bad but not as good as 'Unfinished monkey business' Can't wait to see him on Paddy's day. Happy new year everybody.
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    05 Jan 2002 08:47 PM
    no way...Ian Brown is a knacker, his music is paltry and he is a fricken monkey. but happy new year to you too.
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    06 Jan 2002 03:21 PM
    Here! lay off Brown. He's King Monkey. A frickin' legend. Paddy's Day should be great but if he plays that Michael Jackson song three times again I'll, er, do nothing probably. Go to the bar or something...
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    08 Jan 2002 09:46 AM
    This is my happening......NPB Hi-lo.....................The Wall Dudes Natural History...........I am Kloot Blue Boy..................Ron Sexysmith & Tom McRae 2001-wasn't she a goodin' sur?
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    10 Jan 2002 12:35 AM
    Tool-Lateralus Girs Aginst Boys-Series 7 What you may think is paranoia, is really a heightened sense of awareness
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    12 Jan 2002 09:27 AM
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