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Amazing, ethereal and moving music.
Posted by Robert on Thursday, 10.4.07 @ 17:40pm
After Massive Attack, they were the biggest inventor of Trip hop, releaseing the second trip hop album ever, tricky being third. Incredible music.Pure Classics.
Posted by Mikhail on Friday, 07.6.12 @ 06:59am
I've never seen anyone other than you suggest that about In New York.
Posted by GFW on Friday, 07.6.12 @ 11:57am
That is because you are a fu ck tard
Posted by Mikhail on Tuesday, 07.17.12 @ 10:38am
And your a dumb prick.
Posted by GFW on Tuesday, 07.17.12 @ 14:10pm
I've read through many people's live album reviews and many top live albums of all time lists and I don't think I've seen "In New York" be even in the Top 50 anywhere. I'm not knocking your opinion, I just want you to provide a source.
Posted by Tahvo Parvianen on Tuesday, 07.17.12 @ 16:42pm
But he did it too!
Posted by Mikhail on Thursday, 07.26.12 @ 17:01pm
Only in response.
Posted by GFW on Thursday, 07.26.12 @ 17:29pm
Whatever I helped add 8 comments to this page even if it was petty bullshit
Posted by Mikhail on Monday, 07.30.12 @ 17:00pm
there we go!
Posted by GFW on Monday, 07.30.12 @ 17:57pm
Love them. But they shouldn't be inducted before Joy Divisiona, Siouxsie & The Banshees or The Cure.
Posted by BulmaPunkRocker on Monday, 07.7.14 @ 00:11am
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