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I received the cd and the dvd this day with the Z.O.G 47 (beautiful)
The tracks of "one night in space are very good as always.

It's a great day after bad news last week (the bad performance from the fFrance in the rugby cup ,and the end of VITN)

Thank you to my postman and thank you Edgar.

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I am so enjoying 'One night in space' and I love the track, 'I could hear it when the moon collapsed on broadway'. 8)

Very pleased to get the Zoom-o- Graphic aswell.... I am going to the shops to choose a very good frame for it. :D

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Hopefully it'll continue for a while yet, do you think this is due to the involvement of TQ in the band ?

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Hopefully it'll continue for a while yet, do you think this is due to the involvement of TQ in the band ?


Apparently "The Bells of Accra" is Edgar's own work as in Suin :arrow: Im guessing most of the latest eps have been mostly EFs work but dont quote me on it.......i could be wrong :arrow: Whatever/whoever has done what,the band are on top form now IMHO :D 8)

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I recieved my copy of One night in Space today and I must say that the first song is the best out of the two :) But I will soon like the second track just as much. It will only take some time for me to learn to like it :)

Top Notch EP! :)


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alipaul wrote:
Hopefully it'll continue for a while yet, do you think this is due to the involvement of TQ in the band ?


Apparently "The Bells of Accra" is Edgar's own work as in Suin :arrow: Im guessing most of the latest eps have been mostly EFs work but dont quote me on it.......i could be wrong :arrow: Whatever/whoever has done what,the band are on top form now IMHO :D 8)


Yes they are, but there maybe a bit of TQ's influence in there as i think even edgar said that he is affected musically by people he works with.

By the way this isn't a bad thing i love the new stuff find it more adventrous

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Listening to this for the utmost time today and I'm in love with it. I really liked One Night in Space from the first moment but have found with repeated listening that the second track, the gloriously titled 'I Could Hear It When The Moon Collapsed on Broadway', is equally as good.

So a big thank you to Edgar and the TD gang for yet another great EP.


...and for the Zoom-o-graphic, which is just gorgeous. Must find a frame for it.


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I wonder if it'll end up as a download for people like me who dont like CDs anymore ?

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I wonder if it'll end up as a download for people like me who dont like CDs anymore ?


Or 12" for people, like me who loves dynamic range? Towards The Evening Star on 12" mmmm :D


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I wonder if it'll end up as a download for people like me who dont like CDs anymore ?


Or 12" for people, like me who loves dynamic range? Towards The Evening Star on 12" mmmm :D


Do you like scratches and dust too ;) ...actually life doesnt allow for CDs anymore ..I buy one and the only time it gets played is when its transferring to my ipod.

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Do you like scratches and dust too ;) .


Oh yeah!


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Do you like scratches and dust too ;) .


Oh yeah!


I don't mind a crackly record at all. As long as it plays freely with no jumps or sticks I love playing vinyl. OK some LP's can be tedious to listen to if they are in pretty poor condition but if you look after the good ones they last and last and last. I went over ten years without buying vinyl until one day I picked up a copy of 'Firestarter' which made me seek out more and more vinyl. :D


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sparrow wrote:
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Do you like scratches and dust too ;) .


Oh yeah!


I don't mind a crackly record at all. As long as it plays freely with no jumps or sticks I love playing vinyl. OK some LP's can be tedious to listen to if they are in pretty poor condition but if you look after the good ones they last and last and last. I went over ten years without buying vinyl until one day I picked up a copy of 'Firestarter' which made me seek out more and more vinyl. :D


the US version of the Firestarter OST had some of the worst surface noise that I've ever heard, well...on my copy anyway

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Pertou wrote:
JD wrote:
Do you like scratches and dust too ;) .


Oh yeah!


I don't mind a crackly record at all. As long as it plays freely with no jumps or sticks I love playing vinyl. OK some LP's can be tedious to listen to if they are in pretty poor condition but if you look after the good ones they last and last and last. I went over ten years without buying vinyl until one day I picked up a copy of 'Firestarter' which made me seek out more and more vinyl. :D


the US version of the Firestarter OST had some of the worst surface noise that I've ever heard, well...on my copy anyway


Mine was exactly the same mate,it has to be a bad batch of pressings :arrow:

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epsilon75 wrote:
24db wrote:
sparrow wrote:
Pertou wrote:
JD wrote:
Do you like scratches and dust too ;) .


Oh yeah!


I don't mind a crackly record at all. As long as it plays freely with no jumps or sticks I love playing vinyl. OK some LP's can be tedious to listen to if they are in pretty poor condition but if you look after the good ones they last and last and last. I went over ten years without buying vinyl until one day I picked up a copy of 'Firestarter' which made me seek out more and more vinyl. :D


the US version of the Firestarter OST had some of the worst surface noise that I've ever heard, well...on my copy anyway


Mine was exactly the same mate,it has to be a bad batch of pressings :arrow:


I was forced to play it...WET...which you can only do once!

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