The Smashing Tunes Thread


#7703

Fuck off.


#7704

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#7707

The original 12 inch version of Leftfield’s “Song Of Life” from 1992.

This in my view is considerably better than the version which appears on “Leftism”.


#7708

Courtesy of Sunday Miscellany:

Warren Zevon - Werewolves of London


#7709

It’s a little tradition of mine to listen to Dame Kiri belt out this classic on a bank holiday Sunday morning.


#7710

The Who - Behind Blue Eyes


#7711

Blur- Bank holiday


#7712

Off Lost dogs


#7713

The very strange new single from Fever Ray.

To the Moon and Back.


#7714

Been listening to the new album. A feast for Knife fans this week with the release of Live at Terminal 5


#7715

It’s difficult to know what to say about the song and how utterly brilliant it is.

It is from a Manchester band about the Moor Murders. It is written and sung with such sincerity for the victims and with a focus on the lesser of the two guilty parties in that she may have some conscience - unlike the other brute who is presumably seen as without hope/not worth bothering about. Morrissey still equates Hindley with Brady however.

It is a song that no one else could write.

Genius.

The Smiths - Suffer Little Children


#7716

Do you sit in a pub talking about the producers of the pint youre having? and comparing them to other brewers’ methods?


#7717

No, just the Moors Murders.


#7718

Hipsters would. But @farmerinthecity isn’t a beer hipster


#7719

He is the king of hipsters


#7720

What do you mean by hipsters?


#7721

He’s a Guinness man


#7722

Knobends