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  1. Corpsey

    listen to the weekend for sheils. charity evening.

    This is the opening line to "Gasoline"
  2. Corpsey

    listen to the weekend for sheils. charity evening.

    Plus he has Rilke's Diuno elegy on there, a poem I'd literally never heard of before Luka mentioned it. This is why he's JH Prynne's favourite singer, or so I've heard.
  3. Corpsey

    listen to the weekend for sheils. charity evening.

    I read a GQ article about him where he says he reads everything people write about him.
  4. Corpsey

    listen to the weekend for sheils. charity evening.

    I've had one or another song off this lodged in my head on loop this week. It was Don't Break My Heart today.
  5. Corpsey

    WashYourHands' Top 23 (+77)

    And I really really need to read this one day It's on the pile with Ulysses and the complete poetic works of Luke Davies and that one blog by Craner
  6. Corpsey

    WashYourHands' Top 23 (+77)

    Genius idea essentially creating your own personal COTD thread Or what used to be called a "blog"
  7. Corpsey

    CITY POP (70s-80s Japanese Pop)

    Apparently The Weeknd samples a City Pop song on his new album!
  8. Corpsey

    Gabber: Square wave bludgeoning

    Does anyone even read the poems in the LRB though?
  9. Corpsey

    Gabber: Square wave bludgeoning

    What you said there is formatted like a poem
  10. Corpsey

    Gabber: Square wave bludgeoning

    I was just going to say how before thirdform turned up on here I'd have outright dismissed gabber as unlistenable shit Whereas now I listen to it with interest
  11. Corpsey

    I have a popcorn kernal stuck behind my teeth

    It is funny imagining flamboyant charismatic rappers hanging out with nerdy introverted bloggers... But maybe a lot of rappers are actually nerdy introverts on the sly.
  12. Corpsey

    I have a popcorn kernal stuck behind my teeth

    Didn't know he posted on here ever
  13. Corpsey

    I have a popcorn kernal stuck behind my teeth

    I will watch this later actually. Always was a fan of D-Drake's writing/taste in music. Honestly now can't remember how I got something on So Many Shrimp but it blew my mind at the time Actually had to delete that immediately as I suddenly was in terror of the embarrassment
  14. Corpsey

    listen to the weekend for sheils. charity evening.

    Ignoramus wot I am I've never heard of "Japanese city pop" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/City_pop Anyone know anything about it? Is it worth exploring?
  15. Corpsey

    listen to the weekend for sheils. charity evening.

    I'm sure someone on here's already pointed this out but "Out of Time" samples this 1983 choon I kept thinking they absolutely nailed the 80s sound on that song and now I know why
  16. Corpsey

    listen to the weekend for sheils. charity evening.

    Imagine being in the crowd for this seminal event I can only liken it to being present at the Last Supper, Woodstock or the Neon Dreams launch party
  17. Corpsey

    Dickens

    To state the tediously obvious, these novels weren't really meant to be read in one go, were they... I read somewhere that Dickens was annoyed when writing Hard Times because he had less parts to finish it in than usual – or something like that. But that's seen as the reason why it's much more...
  18. Corpsey

    Dickens

    Jesus August 2021 Corpsey almost made Corpsey January 2022 cry there
  19. Corpsey

    Dickens

    Was reading a bit of the Hard Times before bed last night and got to the introduction of Mr Bounderby. It's pleasantly surprising to find something written so long ago so funny – and I suppose this might have been what inspired the Monty Python sketch where the self-made men are competing over...
  20. Corpsey

    listen to the weekend for sheils. charity evening.

    listen to it at breakfast, lunch and twice before bedtime
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