Vote for Bandwagonesque songs

what is your fave track of Bandwagonesque?

1.The Concept
15
26%
2.Satan
0
No votes
3.December
3
5%
4.What You Do to Me
3
5%
5.I Don't Know
2
4%
6.Star Sign
11
19%
7.Metal Baby
2
4%
8.Pet Rock
0
No votes
9.Sidewinder
1
2%
10.Alcoholiday
20
35%
 
Total votes : 57

BBC Radio Scotland Programme on Bandwagonesque

Postby croally on Wed Oct 13, 2004 1:16 pm

Josh Belly wrote:when they're laid out in front of you like that. what to choose. they're all great. I've got it on vinyl and aint heard it for five years cos my deck dont work.. but I'm dying to listen to it again. in the end I'm go for alcoholiday. a tour de force. concept and december run a close second. but then you have these absolute wee crackers on there like petrock metal baby and what you do to me. there's not a bad song on it. well apart from is this music..I always hated it when it came on.


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BBC Radio Scotland Programme about Scottish Classic Albums

Postby croally on Wed Oct 13, 2004 1:26 pm

BZ wrote:The Concept

I'm a latecomer to the Fannies and have only had Bandwagonesque for about 2 years. When I first put the album on I was blown away. I couldn't believe I hadn't heard these songs before. I tend to like shorter songs but The Concept is one of those rare exceptions where the extended track length actually adds to the enjoyability of the song.


hi
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Please if you are intersted then send your contact details to the Producer at : [email protected]

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Postby shaun on Wed Oct 13, 2004 1:28 pm

george best wrote:
siobhan's dad wrote:Alcoholiday - one of my all-time favourite songs of all-time. :P


seconded


thirded.my second favourite is a bit tougher.they are all feckin brilliant. :?
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Postby josh belly on Wed Oct 13, 2004 2:29 pm

hi
Thanks very much for your comments. My programme producer, Fiona Croall would like to interview you for radio Scotland programme about the Scottish Classic albums.
Please if you are intersted then send your contact details to the Producer at : [email protected]

Regards

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hi alina.

is there any sort of payment involved. I would prefer cash, but would also consider sexual favours.
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Postby Boring Man 1 on Wed Oct 13, 2004 4:59 pm

I find it difficult to split it up. One song kind of suggests the next one, and it all makes sense together. Star Sign always makes me happy and smiley. Alcoholiday is stunning in a more drawn out sort of a way.
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Postby i hate scotland on Wed Oct 13, 2004 5:10 pm

I think I voted for Alcoholiday but Is This Music? is my favourite :D
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Postby wongsta on Thu Oct 14, 2004 1:47 am

i hate scotland wrote:I think I voted for Alcoholiday but Is This Music? is my favourite :D


So you didn't vote for your favourite?!

The Concept for me.
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Vote for Bandwagonesque songs

Postby Bry with a Y on Thu Oct 14, 2004 10:20 am

Alcoholiday
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Re: Vote for Bandwagonesque songs

Postby bithead on Thu Oct 14, 2004 10:43 am

Glad this thread works a bit. when that programme will be broadcasted??
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Postby Charlie Bob on Thu Oct 14, 2004 10:44 am

I'm not keen on What you do to me and Star Sign was the first song that got me into TFC but

Alcoholiday. Top 5 TFC tunes of all easy.
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Postby WearsDenim on Thu Oct 14, 2004 1:38 pm

I cant belive no one has voted for Pet Rock. Not that i did.....
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Re: BBC Radio Scotland Programme about Scottish Classic Albu

Postby beat on Thu Oct 14, 2004 4:36 pm

croally wrote:
BZ wrote:The Concept

I'm a latecomer to the Fannies and have only had Bandwagonesque for about 2 years. When I first put the album on I was blown away. I couldn't believe I hadn't heard these songs before. I tend to like shorter songs but The Concept is one of those rare exceptions where the extended track length actually adds to the enjoyability of the song.


hi
Thanks very much for your comments. My programme producer, Fiona Croall would like to interview you for radio Scotland programme about the Scottish Classic albums.
Please if you are intersted then send your contact details to the Producer at : [email protected]

Regards

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Production Trainee


Hey, this thread was started by bithead. I can't belive it is hijacked by the radio industry. :evil: :wink: beat
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Re: BBC Radio Scotland Programme about Scottish Classic Albu

Postby bithead on Thu Oct 14, 2004 4:42 pm

beat wrote:Hey, this thread was started by bithead. I can't belive it is hijacked by the radio industry. :evil: :wink: beat

haha, that's fine, I posted this to help this radio show by David Scott. and Bandwagonesque my best TFC album. so I'm glad it works a bit and some interviews will happen. but anyway, thanks for considering me beat! :wink:

so when this show will on??
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