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Old 10.19.2006, 07:13 AM   #34
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Originally Posted by !@#$%!
got nny on a vinyl reissue last year, and i even got an old cassette of the bush tetras; ive been in love w/ patti smith for over a decade now, and i like television.

i think i have sufficient schooling in rocknroll history to get me a passing grade, what i'm lacking is the current newspapers... i live way way out in the sticks and my internet connection has been nearly non-existent outside of working hours...

uugghhh I was such an idiot this summer. I was at a sonic youth concert and bush tetras played at a different stage, and Sonic Youth were there the whole day, and unfortunately I didn't know the Bush Tetras at the time, so I missed out in meeting the youth. Can you reccommend me a tetras album?

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Originally Posted by A Thousand Threads
like Inhuman already said: Gang Gang Dance ---- they are amazing.
you canīt go wrong with Bardo Pond (although i havenīt heard ticket crystal yet)
Check out the first Comus lp if you havenīt already
Bruce Haack - some very cool electronic stuff
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Hmm, I've never even heard of Ticket Crystal! But Gang Gang dance are so worth the listen
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