Fave track off Norfolk Coast

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Fave track off Norfolk Coast

Norfolk Coast
59
47%
Big Thing Coming
14
11%
Mine All Mine
7
6%
Long Black Veil
8
6%
I`ve Been Wild
8
6%
Dutch Moon
3
2%
Lost Control
10
8%
Into The Fire
6
5%
Tuckers Grave
6
5%
I Don`t Agree
4
3%
Sanfte Kuss
1
1%
 
Total votes: 126

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theraven1979
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Post by theraven1979 » 16 Feb 2004, 19:21

Fill ya boots

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Post by Dom P » 16 Feb 2004, 20:15

wild
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Post by C r a s s ! » 16 Feb 2004, 20:36

agree and wild - so i voted agree

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Post by Sid Wainwright » 16 Feb 2004, 20:56

Norfolk Coast...what a beast! For some odd reason the bass reminds me of 'Toiler...' Along with BTC and the middle section of Lost Control it's the nearest to the classic Hugh period sound... needless to say the rest of the album is pretty good as well!

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Post by theraven1979 » 16 Feb 2004, 21:38

Sid Wainwright wrote:Norfolk Coast...what a beast! For some odd reason the bass reminds me of 'Toiler...' Along with BTC and the middle section of Lost Control it's the nearest to the classic Hugh period sound... needless to say the rest of the album is pretty good as well!
When they played NC at the Pontins bash it started with the Toiler bass intro and everyone thought they were gonna play Toiler (big cheer from the crowd) then NC kicked in :( - <-----Only joking!

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Post by gizzard » 16 Feb 2004, 21:48

It was a choice between NC and Lost Control.
LC got the nod.
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Post by paulinblack » 16 Feb 2004, 22:28

Toss up between NC (awesome), IBW and MAM (nice mix).

Went for IBW cos of the rumbling bass guitar, Cornwell-esque choppy lead guitar, imaginative keyboards plus the classic line of 'buckle your legs with my shit eating grin' (or have I misheard ?)

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Post by terry » 16 Feb 2004, 22:30

Long black veil for me, but it could change tomorrow ???

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Post by The Little Nuclei » 18 Feb 2004, 18:57

??? LBV.....classic Stranglers....would have fitted well onto Aural Sculpture. :blues:

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Post by DannyL » 19 Feb 2004, 14:10

Norfolk Coast. It has big bass AND keyboards, the way it should be.
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Post by Ice » 21 Feb 2004, 00:25

NC
Deadly with make-up on...

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Post by GRIFF » 14 Mar 2004, 16:51

INTO THE FIRE.ALL CLASS STRANGLERS MUSICAL MOTIFS IN ONE NIFTY PACKAGE
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