Tricky- Maxiquay

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juboy

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Originally posted by karkus30
Why had no one told me about this album ? Classy stuff.:D
Probably because it's 7 years old and only managed two minor hit singles at the time :)

In my opinion he/it was the best thing to come out of that Bristol scene.
 

captaindobie

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Ah yes. A fantastic album. I have not played this for a long time. Will dig it out over the weekend.:)
This really deserved to be massive at the time.
 

karkus30

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Originally posted by david plunkett
Good grief!
Is that good grief ...........not seen that for a while :eek:

or good grief....................who listens to that s**t ? :rolleyes:

we are waiting...............sound of drumming fingers on Keyboard;)
 

david plunkett

Standard Member
Originally posted by karkus30


Is that good grief ...........not seen that for a while :eek:

or good grief....................who listens to that s**t ? :rolleyes:

we are waiting...............sound of drumming fingers on Keyboard;)
Just suprised you hadnt heard it before, it nearly won the mercury music award, but got beaten off Dummy by Portishead(another fab album). If you have decks its dead easy to mix Hell is round the corner and Glory box(as they are the same tune).

Have you listened to his duet album called Nearly God?
 

karkus30

Banned
Originally posted by david plunkett


Just suprised you hadnt heard it before, it nearly won the mercury music award, but got beaten off Dummy by Portishead(another fab album). If you have decks its dead easy to mix Hell is round the corner and Glory box(as they are the same tune).

Have you listened to his duet album called Nearly God?
Actually I never looked at the date of the Album, so if it was out at the same time as Dummy ( which I have ) it was probably because I was less "into" dance music at the time.

Funny, but Ive always thought of Tricky and M&M as similar music:eek: :blush:

Not now though.

Not listened to Nearly God, will now though.
 

common

Active Member
Saw him in live in Oxford once - did the whole gig with his back to the audience, never looked round once, then left - wierd but talented
 

david plunkett

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Originally posted by common
Saw him in live in Oxford once - did the whole gig with his back to the audience, never looked round once, then left - wierd but talented
He did a similar thing in Newcastle, he delayed comung on an hour after the support had finished, then came on for half an hour and sang in the pitch black so noone could see him.:mad:
 

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