70s/80s/90s Nostalgia ... a thing of the past


#483

I’m going soft here. But me skin and bliss had this at here first wedding song and it brought it a tear to my eye. I remember me oul dear loving it as well.


#484

How did the book compare with it ?


#485

Ah the book is totally different but we didnt care… the film was just so cool and we idiot design students…

The same with the Porno… T2 is based loosely on it. Both great jobs in fairness.


#486

Yeah loved the first one , and really liked T2 .


#487

You should read Skag Boys, Porno and Glue. Elaborates more on the Trainspotting universe


#488

On second viewing T2 is better than I initially thought.


#489

It was always going to be an ask to live up to the first but I really enjoyed . Standout for me was Renton & Begpie in the jacks , just brilliant stuff altogether when they realize who’s who :joy:


#490

Yeah it was really good effort, really enjoyed though would have loved to see them introduce Juice Terry.


#491

Thats actually in the book but he doesn’t cop who it is. Rents cops its the Beggar Boy.


#492

Released the same year as Radiohead’s odious OK Computer and about a thousand times better. Saw them in the NCH a couple of years back play it from start to finish. Still one of my favourite albums of all time.


#493

Tough listen that but it was a brilliant album .They were really on their game as far as arrangement was concerned .However you feel about them personally I feel Paranoid Android is a masterpiece .No surprises another cracker .But you have to be in the right mood to listen to that album .I remember saying once that listening to Radiohead was like staring at the corner of a room with the lights turned off .


#494

Rock and roll’s best example of an emperor wearing no clothes.

Awful band. Awful album. A friend of mine reckoned they should have just called the album Je Suis Pretentious C€&t. And that was at the time. Before the phrase became more famous.

I totally agree with him


#495

Each to their own but I’ve never bought any of their albums after it , they went seriously up their holes after it .


#496

#497

Ah that’s a blast of one-hit wonderness, The Birmingham Maiosnettes wasn’t it? The singer reminds me of someone else, similar era, can’t remember…aaaggh!

How about some Right On Stand Up?


#498

The third guy with the guitar giving it loads with the whammy bar , not a hint if a guitar bit anywhere in that song :joy:.

Good tune though !


#499

Jaysus she married very young


#500

She did!


#501

When did Radiohead play the NCH???


#502

I was referring to Spiritualised. Sorry!