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Apesy
= Cult of Ray =

USA
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Posted - 07/15/2004 :  01:33:16  Show Profile  Visit Apesy's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Terrible sorry if this has been mentioned somewhere else, but the board's search function never works for me...

Anyway, did anyone pick up the new Polyphonic Spree album? And did anyone happen to glance at the back cover's producer credits?

Produced by Eric Drew Feldman and The Speekers

I was floored! And I must say he did a very fine job.

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WolfManMikeLonely
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USA
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Posted - 07/15/2004 :  08:34:22  Show Profile  Visit WolfManMikeLonely's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I have yet to listen to any Polyphonic Spree, didn't even know they had a new album out but they look interesting.

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Cult_Of_Frank
= Black Noise Maker =

Canada
11670 Posts

Posted - 07/15/2004 :  09:25:03  Show Profile  Visit Cult_Of_Frank's Homepage  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Apesy

Terrible sorry if this has been mentioned somewhere else, but the board's search function never works for me...

Anyway, did anyone pick up the new Polyphonic Spree album? And did anyone happen to glance at the back cover's producer credits?

Produced by Eric Drew Feldman and The Speekers

I was floored! And I must say he did a very fine job.

-=Apesy



Ah! I heard a track on the radio the other day from the new album and thought to myself, "Wow - this is good!". I guess that's probably at least part of the reason. I will now be picking up this album.


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shineoftheever
> Teenager of the Year <

Canada
4307 Posts

Posted - 07/15/2004 :  09:52:30  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
y'know, I was almost in Polyphonis Spree, but they insisted they didn't need a 29th member, phooey! I am a way better arm-waver than whats-his-nuts. ;)

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Homers_pet_monkey
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United Kingdom
17125 Posts

Posted - 07/15/2004 :  09:52:31  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I am definitely gonna get it. I thought the first one had some fantastic songs, though it also had a few average ones too. I am hoping there won't be any fillers on this one.

Live they are fantastic, they put on such a good show. It's feel good spirit all around.

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shineoftheever
> Teenager of the Year <

Canada
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Posted - 07/15/2004 :  09:58:23  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Homers_pet_monkey

I am hoping there won't be any fillers on this one.




like that 36 minute piece of crap track 10, they should be selling beginiing stages of....as an EP. it's a good thing the first 9 are so listenable, it is my current sleepytime music by the way.

"These waters run deep, it's clear my little one/Blue velvet star sky not a sound
The light in your eyes, the smile on your ruby lips/Tells me my lost soul is found"

Edited by - shineoftheever on 07/15/2004 10:35:41
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Homers_pet_monkey
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United Kingdom
17125 Posts

Posted - 07/15/2004 :  10:02:27  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
It's actually track 10 but yeah what a load of dirge. Hard to believe it's by the same people who gave us Hanging Around and Soldier Girl.

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Hey shine, you trying to make me look stupid by editing your post nto say track 10? I do a good enough job of that myself, thankyou very much.
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Jason
* Dog in the Sand *

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Posted - 07/15/2004 :  10:32:58  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Eric Drew Feldman also produced the last album by Tim Delaughter's previous band, Tripping Daisy. And I do believe Tim Delaughter's a big fan of the first two Frank Black albums so that connection may have been the motivation to seek EDF out for both these projects.
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Jose Jones
* Dog in the Sand *

USA
1758 Posts

Posted - 07/15/2004 :  22:00:49  Show Profile  Visit Jose Jones's Homepage  Reply with Quote
i don't think it was tripping daisy's last album that fdf produced- it was 'jesus hits like the atom bomb', which is phenomenal. it's out of print, but if anyone here likes TOTY and some flaming lips, definitely d/l that album.

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Little Black Francis
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Posted - 07/15/2004 :  22:02:22  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
anyone have a link that promotes the Album?

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Homers_pet_monkey
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United Kingdom
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Posted - 07/16/2004 :  10:51:09  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I have just bought it today (along with 4 other albums) and on first listen it sounds more consistent and even more euphoric than the first.

Good stuff.

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