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  • DoofusWainwright What are your favourite two tunes off the Frightened Rabbit - might download those first and see if they grow on me. I'll be doing my Top 60 songs of 2016 this week so anything could still crash that, my Top 50 Albums is looking very set in stone now.
    December 7 03:49 AM
  • DoofusWainwright Just listened to the Whitney - 'No Woman' is brilliant, the rest of the album only hits that same quality in spots.
    December 7 03:34 AM
  • DoofusWainwright Aidan Moffat has sad n' drunk Scot down to a tee, this lad has that pretty indie lilt and soar not a million miles from Idlewild. There's probably a 4/5 album in there but an hour of sadsacks indie is a lot to take. I know Trouble Will Find Me is the same length but...that band are the exception that proves the rule for me.
    December 7 03:02 AM
  • DoofusWainwright I guess the second one has a bit of Prison Break, Vanilla Sky and Limitless in there...which makes it sound terrible xD Trust the Doof though, I'd make it work
    December 5 08:02 AM
  • DoofusWainwright Well there are actually two - one is an alien invasion series where a group of seemingly benevolent nomadic aliens (who need to connect with a host species to survive) look to help humans beat various parasitic alien species who have been riding their coat tails around the cosmos. Second is about a mental home of the future where an implant is used to control the moods of the patients by changing their perception of reality...but a perfectly sane man is locked inside as part of conspiracy
    December 5 07:49 AM

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