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  1. The new FLIES ON YOU album has been released!!! :happybanana: It has already received some fantastic reviews, which I really must share with you all at some point. :partytime1: Competitively priced at £5. You can download "etcetera" here: Flies On You "etcetera" download If you want the album on CD, no problem; although the shipping costs may be alarming if you're outside the UK. Flies On You "etcetera" CD
  2. Carol Decker is an absolute horror.
  3. Flies On You have a new video for the song "Hang-Dog", which is the opening track on the new album. Flies On You - "Hang-Dog" Caution: the video contains strobe-lighting and other potentially-distressing visual effects. Album entitled "Etcetera" is finally released later this week, on Friday 6th March.
  4. I love Stump, and have quite a few of their records. I've posted Stump tracks a few times on SongFacts in the past, when i used to be a much more regular contributor here. My favourite Stump tracks are (in no particular order): "Down On The Kitchen Table", "Tupperware Stripper"and "Buffalo". I saw Stump at Leeds Warehouse in 1987. or was it 86, even ? (supported by The Close Lobsters, as I recall) I have had a similar hairstyle to Mick Lynch on and off for the last 27 years, but whether this is coincidence or not,I wouldnt like to say. All this being said, I think the "Get The Word Out" forum is ostensibly for drawing attention to upcoming (i.e. current / recent bands) we feel worthy of a wider audience, rather than relatively obscure bands from 30 years ago. :-)
  5. Sorry for the delay in replying. Thanks to all for your positive, enthusiastic comments. :-) Katie Hopkins is... she has somehow managed to carve herself a niche on TV morning chat shows as the token "all opinion, no intellect" snobby cow, and has a regular opinion column in the Daily Mail. She's a total viper but with neither the wit, charm nor intellectual substance to carry it off. She is a mouthpiece for spite, effectively. To be honest, the song isnt really about her as such; but by adding the "Katie Hopkins in a human form" refrain towards the end, I can see how it gives that impression. The lyric is more an observation of how the right-wing establishment media contemptuously views we ordinary people - "the great unwashed" - when we have the audacity to express any sort of opinion / discontent, as if we were guilty of having ideas above our station. Maybe its a peculiarly British thing?
  6. This week we have launched a video of another track from the forthcoming album. The track is called "Katie Hopkins In Human Form"
  7. Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark - "Red Frame, White Light"
  8. My favourite album of the year so far is Angel Olsen- "Burn Your Fire For No Witness". Really excellent.
  9. In anticipation of the new album, slated for release on September 19th and entitled "etcetera", we have released one of the new songs as a free download from our bandcamp site. Here is the video for "Can You Smell That Burning Noise?" It's already getting some really positive feedback, been played on the BBC... :sing1: Have fixed link, I hope. Thanks, Edna
  10. Keep your eyes peeled for the new FLIES ON YOU album, which is due for release sometime this summer.
  11. I checked the lyric insert in the Dare gatefold sleeve. And they are the correct lyrics as quoted. I've just misheard them all this time. My favourite track on the album, too. It is definitely about hair and make-up, getting yourself ready to go out on the town looking "Wow!". i think they've used a lyrical device, whereby you write lyrics that make fairly banal sense, before twisting them round, substituting particular words for virtual homonyms, etc. to generate a more surreal outcome.
  12. I've always heard it as "Put your hair in a parting wave", i.e. encouraging somebody to style their hair in a particular way, which adds some sense to the next line, with its reference to back-combing and "shrouds" (not an unreasonable metaphor for the post-punk glam-pop crowd approach to coiffure; everybody back-combed at some time or another, without necessarily achieving a shroud.) As for the rest; no idea. Are they definitely the correct words?
  13. My Top 5 albums of the year. Future Of The Left - How To Stop Your Brain In An Accident Savages - Silence Yourself Chelsea Wolfe - Pain Is Beauty Neko Case - The Worse Things Get, The Harder I Fight, The Harder I Fight, The More I Love You Thee Oh Sees - Floating Coffins
  14. "Jimmy Jimmy" ~ The Undertones "Baby Baby" ~ The Vibrators "Talk Talk Talk" ~ The Psychedelic Furs "Drip Drip Drip" ~ Chumbawamba "Beng Beng Beng" ~ Femi Kuti "Soley Soley" ~ Middle Of The Road "Tart Tart" ~ Happy Mondays "No No No" ~ Dawn Penn "Ha Ha Ha" ~ Flipper "Johnny Johnny" ~ Edith Nylon "Never Never" ~ The Assembly "Shiny Shiny" ~ Haysi Fantayzee
  15. 1) Delilah ~ the Dresden Dolls (2006) 2) Oasis ~ Amanda Palmer (2008) 3) He Thinks He'll Keep Her ~ Mary Chapin Carpenter (1992) 4) Right Back to Where We Started From ~ Maxine Nightingale (1975) 5) You Oughta Know (Live Grammy Version) ~ Alanis Morrisette (1996) 6) Young Americans ~ David Bowie (1975) 7) Six Teens, The ~ Sweet (1974) 8) Randy Scouse Git ~ Monkees (1967) 9) I Can't Get Next to You ~ Temptations (1969) 10) Total Eclipse of the Heart ~ Bonnie Tyler (1983)
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