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Thread: Nervous excitement about tonight.

  1. #21

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuerto View Post
    No team has can prosper long term the way we used to play under Warnock, Mick and to a slightly lesser degree, Harris. That was the concerning thing even when we were doing well with results. It took teams about 3 years to work us out at this level plus the added fact that we couldn't afford that little bit of quality that could get us out of the shit. I watched the final 30 minutes against Preston and it was much better. Players getting forward, following the pass, trying to create a bit of space and an option. There's a long way to go and we may find ourselves in the shit at the end of this season, although it wont be because of what Morison does, it'll be because of the previous three managers and their tactics.
    Excellent reply and you aren't wrong hard to disagree with any of that.

  2. #22

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLUEAWAY View Post
    Hope and wanting is now turning into belief.
    With the players feeling more confident and picking up points my excitement levels are rising and so are the nerves.
    Not quite a cup final but a very important 6 pointer and for our momentum.
    Oh! A case of premature excitement!

  3. #23

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    Itís almost inevitable that turning up at CCS with optimism leads to disappointment.

  4. #24

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    Wasn't a good watch tonight , thought we might knick a draw in second half , but alas no , upward and onwards .

    Long season ahead .

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    On the plusside shame we're superb, with a very Ian curtis-esque performance from Charlie Steen - full of energy and a special mention goes to the bassist josh finnerty who's as mad as a box of frogs.

    Best post punk band live. Definitely worth a watch.

  6. #26

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    Quote Originally Posted by Feedback View Post
    On the plusside shame we're superb, with a very Ian curtis-esque performance from Charlie Steen - full of energy and a special mention goes to the bassist josh finnerty who's as mad as a box of frogs. Best post punk band live. Definitely worth a watch.
    Shame are a fantastic live act. Iíve seen them five times and will be seeing them again next week at Bristolís Rough Trade in a show with a crowd capacity of just 150. Iíve met the band a few times too - great bunch of lads, good fun and really genuine.

    Donít get your comparison with Ian Curtis at all, though. Charlie Steenís stage act is far more Iggy Pop than Ian Curtis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Lone Gunman View Post
    Shame are a fantastic live act. Iíve seen them five times and will be seeing them again next week at Bristolís Rough Trade in a show with a crowd capacity of just 150. Iíve met the band a few times too - great bunch of lads, good fun and really genuine.

    Donít get your comparison with Ian Curtis at all, though. Charlie Steenís stage act is far more Iggy Pop than Ian Curtis.
    The dress sense, the weird jerking movements with no apparent sense of the beat. Just how see it. But I get your iggy pop likeness too.

    Last time I saw them was in a venue of similar size to the Rough Trade, so it'll be fun

  8. #28

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    See, this is what happens to football managers.

    They get a couple of good results by playing different players, then they morph into their predecessors and go back to the old guard, thinking they will now be better players, when they are still shite.

    Wrong team selection all over the pitch

  9. #29

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    Quote Originally Posted by Feedback View Post
    Last time I saw them was in a venue of similar size to the Rough Trade, so it'll be fun
    Saw them at the same venue almost exactly three years ago and it was a blast. Got to spend lots of time with the guys before and after the show and they were great company.

    I thought Shameís debut album was the best by any new band in decades. Wasnít too keen on the second album initially, but itís grown on me after seeing them perform some of the tracks live. They really are a brilliant live act.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Lone Gunman View Post
    Saw them at the same venue almost exactly three years ago and it was a blast. Got to spend lots of time with the guys before and after the show and they were great company.

    I thought Shameís debut album was the best by any new band in decades. Wasnít too keen on the second album initially, but itís grown on me after seeing them perform some of the tracks live. They really are a brilliant live act.
    They played "this side of the sun" last night, which is a different sound from the two albums. It's a tune.

  11. #31

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Lone Gunman View Post
    Saw them at the same venue almost exactly three years ago and it was a blast. Got to spend lots of time with the guys before and after the show and they were great company.

    I thought Shameís debut album was the best by any new band in decades. Wasnít too keen on the second album initially, but itís grown on me after seeing them perform some of the tracks live. They really are a brilliant live act.
    Best by any new band in decades

    In any genre

    You are on your own there

  12. #32

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    I am all for the move to turn this thread into a music one, god bless you to all involved

  13. #33

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taunton Blue Genie View Post
    Is it safe?
    It wasn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLUDGE FACTORY View Post
    Best by any new band in decades

    In any genre

    You are on your own there
    the thing is Sludge bands don't need to make albums anymore, its about single releases to raise your profile and touring to make money. There is plenty of quality albums out there though, and what is the best in decades will undoubtedly be a personal choice, but saying that, Songs of Praise is very good indeed.

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