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Last Post 19 Apr 2006 07:40 PM by Rev Jules. 51 Replies.
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19 Apr 2006 07:40 PM
    Gotta say, Republic of Loose's new album, super groovy, sound of da summer, bangin', stylin', groovin', sweet as, happy days.
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    19 Apr 2006 09:54 PM
    what Rev said - great album. Howay da lads
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    20 Apr 2006 06:21 AM
    i have a musical stiffy
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    20 Apr 2006 07:38 AM
    Aye...tis a quality album...
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    20 Apr 2006 09:19 AM
    terrible name for a record.
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    20 Apr 2006 09:24 AM
    quote:
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    terrible name for a record.
    what they should have called it is "super groovy, sound of da summer, bangin', stylin', groovin', sweet as, happy days" - rev jules
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    20 Apr 2006 09:46 AM
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    terrible name for a record.
    Well, it is explained in the Intro track ... Plus its kinda apt, seeing as Christy Moore beat them to No.1
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    20 Apr 2006 10:19 AM
    Great, great live band. Probably the best band in the country at the moment but will I buy the album.....? No, and I don't know why.
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    20 Apr 2006 10:51 AM
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    Great, great live band. Probably the best band in the country at the moment but will I buy the album.....? No, and I don't know why.
    beacause your in the band? :-)
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    20 Apr 2006 11:46 AM
    best original album i've heard in a long time!!..met them in mchughs after a gig, sound blokes..especially dave..ended up with an invite to the launch party..was an amazing nite, these boys are on form now..cant wait to c them on sunday in dublin castle..with some guy called ian brown!!..anyway to anyone who aint got the album...get it..its deadly!!..and thanks again to dave...from bren,owen,michelle and ann-marie
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    20 Apr 2006 11:56 AM
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    what Rev said - great album. Howay da lads
    Good piece in the Tribune on them last weekend by the way. I just don't get them that much, enjoyed them the one time I saw them live though.
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    20 Apr 2006 12:02 PM
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    what Rev said - great album. Howay da lads
    Good piece in the Tribune on them
    From the Tribunes review of Snowpatrol in NYC ... "Spare a thought, however, for supporting act Republic Of Loose, who . . . minus the evangelical following they pull back home . . . fell somewhat flat with the laid back NYC crowd, despite lead singer Michael Pyro's reliably witty banter. Calling your crowd a bunch of 'homos' doesn't necessarily always do the trick, dude."
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    20 Apr 2006 12:51 PM
    http://home.eircom.net/entertainment/CDs/ Good review of the album featuring my new favourite collective noun of all time: "a tracksuit of gurriers"
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    20 Apr 2006 02:22 PM
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    what Rev said - great album. Howay da lads
    Good piece in the Tribune on them
    From the Tribunes review of Snowpatrol in NYC ... "Spare a thought, however, for supporting act Republic Of Loose, who . . . minus the evangelical following they pull back home . . . fell somewhat flat with the laid back NYC crowd, despite lead singer Michael Pyro's reliably witty banter. Calling your crowd a bunch of 'homos' doesn't necessarily always do the trick, dude."
    Misogynistic and homophobic. Interesting.
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    20 Apr 2006 02:45 PM
    cheers Unicron
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    20 Apr 2006 11:37 PM
    i dig. thought it was pretty s**t at first. but man tis a grower. fair play for number 2. i said goddam
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    21 Apr 2006 12:11 AM
    yep, definitely a grower!
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    21 Apr 2006 08:24 AM
    I must be the only person in the world who does'nt really get them. Oh well, there's always one.
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    21 Apr 2006 12:14 PM
    I actually think the first album is far better. Maybe I need to let it grow on me more but it seems overly long and not as many stand-alone tunes that made their debut so impressive.
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    21 Apr 2006 12:45 PM
    nah, I think the production is far superior on this one and even the sounds are way better, 'I'm Greedy' is fantastic. Saw them in Eamonn Dorans a couple of weeks ago, but look forward to seeing them in a better and less crowded venue in the very near future. It's a pity that the record is only getting a release in Ireland at the moment, a simultaneous one in Britain would have been great.
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