Tuesday, 18 March 2014

CD Deja vu - Revival

Nothing's ever dead until it's buried.

Here's several more that excitedly ring my shoplifting bell.

A full index will follow to compensate for captions and while most are in pairs, some break the trend.

Phantom Planet - Is Missing vs The Beatles - Please Please Me




Exactly the same principle remains on best of compilations 1962-1966 and 1967-1970, more commonly referred to as the Red and Blue albums respectively.

Breton - War Room Stories;
Six By Seven - Love and Peace and Sympathy; and
House of Love - The House of Love

The use of butterflies just about does it...




Radiohead - The Best Of vs Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here



Future of Forestry - Twilight vs Marillion - Sounds That Can't Be Made



Earlimart - Hymn and Her vs Richard Ashcroft - Human Conditions



Explosions in the Sky - Take Care Take Care Take Care vs Elbow - Asleep in the Back



The principle of a...

The Pigeon Detectives - Up, Guards and At 'Em! vs Orchestral Movements in the Dark - Orchestral Movements in the Dark



and b...

The National - The National vs The Divine Comedy - Casanova




Kanye West - 808s & Heartbreak vs Foo Fighters - One by One



Neon Trees - Picture Show vs Glasvegas - Euphoric /// Heartbreak



Old Man Groom - No vs Massive Attack - Collected

Midlake - Antiphon vs The Best of Doves - The Places Between



Massive Attack - Blue Lines vs Sticky Little Fingers - Inflammable Material



You know where I'm coming from but this however, is particularly great.

Third Day - Revelation vs Radiohead - Hail to the Thief




Phantom Blues Band - Inside Out vs The Comsat Angels - Time Considered as a Helix of Semi-Precious Stones




The daddy of this mob is provided by The Electric Soft Parade - Holes in the Wall



21 is the blockbusting album from Adele.



The Very Best Of... Sting & The Police says it's a barefaced, steaming rip-off.



Brilliant.

Lapalux - Nostalchic vs Death Cab for Cutie - Narrow Stairs



You could also throw Sticky Little Fingers - Nobody's Heroes into the mix.


With this final pair, I scare myself.


Brian Eno - My Life in the Bush of Ghosts vs Alex Reece - So Far



Holy... shit!

Congratulations.

You've inadvertently unlocked the Hidden Stage and only those nuttier than a fruitcake would choose not to investigate.

These look interesting enough but are messier than a dirty nappy.

Cass McCombs - Big Wheel and Others



Phantom Planet - Phantom Planet


 Yeah, I'm not a fan of either.

Temples - EP



The Flaming Lips - Peace Sword


The Black Keys - Turn Blue


Fancy giving your eyes some exercise?  Good.

Destruction Unit - Deep Trip



Hypnotically clever.

Thom Yorke's debut solo album The Eraser sparked inevitable speculation that Radiohead were on the verge of breaking up.


Apart from what obviously didn't happen, the guts is very similar to the former but strangely, doesn't have the same effect.

Before it ends.

Field Music - Write Your Own History



Yeah, don't tell me you haven't spent a minute of so reading...

Ha ha.

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