Dodgy Geezer wrote
Yeah, I tried those as well TBH. They made it onto the "Almost, but not quite" list for today. Which means if I can be arsed to go into Cambridge and Fopp have them on pretty cheap, I'll probably get 'emKillers sounded quite good but a bit samey, Bloc Party, dunno......Part of me hears a bit of a bandwagon about this sort of stuff and I'm a contrary bugger
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Bigger Nige wrote
Heavy metal pompous? Pretentious maybe but pompous?
Oh aye, and a blast from the past if QOTSA are OTT, Rocket From The Crypt. Ferkin hilarious album is Scream Dracula Scream
Have that, m8That and Outkast were the albums of 2004 I reckon. Wasn't a very good vintage, mind you, but then that's why I asked the question - I must be missing summat
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100% Jawbone wrote
Goldie Lookin' Chain
YeahGuess it comes down to interpretation of "pompous" as much as owt elseHistrionics, overblown pretensions to being "real" or "tough" all comes under that tag to me. My objection to U2 is rooted in the same dislikes TBH
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