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Sunday, June 12, 2005

Music @ 7pm

I don't like to get complaints.
I also don't like to pander to every twat that moans and whinges about the slightest thing either.
Of course I don't mean you.
Anyway, inane chatter aside :)
Here is something..

Ian Brown.
I was never one of those Stone Roses fans that could talk to you all day -and all night, especially with the amount of amphetamine and ecstasy they were taking- about how great and cool and er, yeah, whatever man. have some of this..uh-huh.
I didn't really know they existed when they were making it big. I don't remember where I was at the time either, just like them. Though my excuse is probably a lot more mundane than theirs. I was helping my mother make Jam; cleaning public toilets to support our family; spending days at a time camped outside the benefits offices to put in another claim for a 'crisis loan'. Something like that.
I heard a track of Ian Browns and it did weird things to me. Reminded me of my old ecstasy days too. So much so in fact that I have just tracked down an album of his to share with you.

Ian brown - Solarized. (2004)
Apparently some of his best solo work to date. Though the rollingstone review has a slightly diferent idea -namely, they think it's crap and pretentious.
Ian Brown? Pretentious?

He has a sound all of his own. Mixes a techno beat with some great platitudes of spaced-out trippy-hippy feelgood stuff. I never was a professional album reviewer so listen and let me know what you think.
Here it is (minus track 9 which, read the enclosed note, I WILL find and get to you ASAP).

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Blogger David said...

That's more like it!

"Solarized" is a bloody good album and definitely worth having, as are his other albums. Not sure if it quite reaches the heights of "Music From The Spheres" but considerably better than a lot of dross out there.

Incidentally, wanna send me an email and I'll give you some [RS] links for new albums

Email address is

6/12/2005 09:35:00 pm  

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