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 Post subject: Re: Mogwai
PostPosted: Mon Dec 17, 2012 5:49 pm 
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A full stream of A Wrenched Virile Lore is up on YouTube. And for the record, I'm digging Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will a lot more now than I did initially.



Hardcore....is awesome.


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 Post subject: Re: Mogwai
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thanks for the youtube link. i usually dont like remix albums, but this one sounds good so far. and yes, i think hardcore.. is one of their best albums.

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 Post subject: Re: Mogwai
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I don't know why it took me so long to come around on Hardcore... I feel like a douche now.

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 Post subject: Re: Mogwai
PostPosted: Tue Dec 18, 2012 3:54 pm 
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"the sun smells too loud" is lifting my bruised mood today.


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VinylGuy wrote:
"the sun smells too loud" is lifting my bruised mood today.

I :heartbeat: that one. It was on the Mogwai mix I just made for running.

And this fan-made video for it is hilariously bad.

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 Post subject: Re: Mogwai
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turned2black wrote:
VinylGuy wrote:
"the sun smells too loud" is lifting my bruised mood today.

I :heartbeat: that one. It was on the Mogwai mix I just made for running.

And this fan-made video for it is hilariously bad.


im interested in that mix....


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 Post subject: Re: Mogwai
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Listening to "Young Team" for about the 2nd or 3rd time. It's pretty interesting and great to work to. This feels like a 'lay in bed' type album...which coincidentally I did with Explosions in the Sky's "The Earth is Not a Cold Dead Place" last night and it was thoroughly enjoyable.

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Listening to "Young Team" for about the 2nd or 3rd time. It's pretty interesting and great to work to. This feels like a 'lay in bed' type album...which coincidentally I did with Explosions in the Sky's "The Earth is Not a Cold Dead Place" last night and it was thoroughly enjoyable.


is Young Team consider their best record??


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Gods' Die wrote:
Listening to "Young Team" for about the 2nd or 3rd time. It's pretty interesting and great to work to. This feels like a 'lay in bed' type album...which coincidentally I did with Explosions in the Sky's "The Earth is Not a Cold Dead Place" last night and it was thoroughly enjoyable.


is Young Team consider their best record??

I think "Happy Songs for Happy People" is their best, but "Young Team" is without a doubt a "landmark" album.

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I think Young Team is the paramount Mogwai album, but Come on Die Young is my personal favourite. A 'lay in bed' album if there ever was one.

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I think Young Team is the paramount Mogwai album, but Come on Die Young is my personal favourite. A 'lay in bed' album if there ever was one.


I'll look into it...I only have Young Team and Mr. Beast. I dig em. Tried Godspeed You! Black Emperor; I can live without lyrics and even some enjoy records without lyrics but these guys take way too fucking long to get wherever it is they're trying to get.

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 Post subject: Re: Mogwai
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Gods' Die wrote:
Owl_Farmer wrote:
I think Young Team is the paramount Mogwai album, but Come on Die Young is my personal favourite. A 'lay in bed' album if there ever was one.


I'll look into it...I only have Young Team and Mr. Beast. I dig em. Tried Godspeed You! Black Emperor; I can live without lyrics and even some enjoy records without lyrics but these guys take way too fucking long to get wherever it is they're trying to get.



I get you, it has happened to me before, that why it took me so long to like these guys, i remember listening to some songs and kinda thinking, "ok...soooo when is this thing going to start??"
Have to say, im a fan now.


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 Post subject: Re: Mogwai
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"Happy Songs For Happy People" and "The Hawk is Howling" are my two personal favorites.

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ill be listening to Happy songs for happy people today, seems like the day for it, specially because im not happy at all.


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"Happy Songs For Happy People" and "The Hawk is Howling" are my two personal favorites.

The Happy Songs-Mr Beast-Hawk Is Howling stretch of albums is incredible.

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 Post subject: Re: Mogwai
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For your listening pleasure, the oft-overlooked "Travels in Constants" EP from 2001, in sequence. First track is probably my personal favorite Mogwai recording (as I'm sure I've mentioned ten times in this thread already):




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The Fountain soundtrack is another must, even if it's off the Mogwai path.

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Owl_Farmer wrote:
The Fountain soundtrack is another must, even if it's off the Mogwai path.

Yes! I love the soundtrack AND the movie.

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Listening to "Rock Action" today.




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I missed this one before. It's beautiful.


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