Originally Posted by Dry_Martini
Teardrop Explodes åÊ"Kilimanjaro"
That's a great album! I have that on one CD along with their album "Wilder". Yeah, they sound a bit dated, but even though I just got into Teardrop Explodes, the music reminds me of the good times of the eighties...
"The poppies are in the field, but don't ask me what that means"- Julian Cope
Today I was driving in the snow, and I needed something icy and blustery to listen to in my car, so I dusted off Sugar's "Copper Blue". Great sound. Husker Du was OK, but IMO, Sugar was Bob Mould's pinnacle. I wish Sugar would reunite for a tour, since I never got to see them play live. :-/
I also can't stop listening to Morrissey's "You Are the Quarry"Deluxe Edition with all the B-sides. And oddly enough, I found my long lost copy of Maladjusted, and threw it on and...My stars, how that album has grown in stature in my eyes! I initially thought it was a bit weak (which is what I though at first of the new album), but its gotten so much better over the last seven years.