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Discussion in 'Queens Park Rangers' started by UTRs, Jun 20, 2014.
Fave song by these guys for a few years....
A massive thank you @Steelmonkey for the Black Country mp3 you very kindly emailed me
Loving the album my friend
Please forgive me for the very late reply Steels, just had some personal stuff going on but all is good now dude
Have a good weekend Brothers and Sisters
Me and Jnr were supposed to be seeing them last night, and me and Mrs were supposed to be seeing Lovely Eggs tonight and Man of Moon tomorrow! Arrrrrrggggghhhhhh!!!
I love this one off the album...
From a new Rolling Stone article about this song:
"In the Flaming Lips' newest song and video, "Mother Don't Be Sad;' frontman Wayne Coyne tells the tale of being held at gunpoint as a young man when he worked at Long John Silver's... Coyne obviously didn't die all those years ago at the fast-food restaurant he wasn't even injured but the experience did alter the course of his life. "Well, until then, I could probably say I didn't realize I was really alive... I never really thought about it. We were living such an insane, healthy, wonderful, happy life my brothers and all of our friends just running around doing the craziest **** ever. But then I'm laying on the floor thinking: 'This is how I'm going to die." Coyne said he had a lot of anxiety as a younger man that he didn't want to follow in his family's working-class footsteps that he wanted to go into music. This experience, he says, cleared all that up for him. "After this robbery, for a little while, I just thought, 'It doesn't matter. They don't care. They want me to do music," he recalled. "So, I think it helped me in that way to not feel like I had abandoned these things that my father had worked for. So, I have to say, I think it was probably the greatest gift a young person could have to suddenly get a new perspective on what's important in your life.-
What fab news for a Friday....
Scots rock band Mogwai score number one album after 25 years
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image captionMogwai have stuck to their own sound for 25 years and it has finally paid off
Scottish rock bank Mogwai have made it to number one in the album charts, 25 years after their first release.
As Love Continues is the group's 10th album and fought off grime artist Ghetts to take the top spot.
Despite taking to the streets of London in an armoured tank to promote it, Ghetts' third album Conflict of Interest was 2,900 sales behind the Glasgow-based four-piece.
The Official Charts Company confirmed the news on Friday.
Mogwai frontman Stuart Braithwaite said: "I can't believe it - it's something we never thought would happen.
"It's absolutely outrageous and not anything we've ever considered. It's not the kind of place a band that makes music like us usually ends up.
"It's bewildering and amazing at the same time.
Hope all's well down there fella...
These guys are so cool