Wooden shjips tour of australia and new zealand march 2010

Goat fans will already have bought this so if you are thinking of testing the waters then this would be a good place to start, if you like what you hear then you can get the first album, world music, on any colour of the rainbow. This album comes highly recommended from me and I'm so glad that they have returned to form after the last two releases were a bit iffy.

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09/25 - Chicago @ Bohemian National Cemetery Cathedral
09/26 - Urbana-Champaign @ The Pygmalion Festival
09/27 - Cincinnati @ MidPoint Music Festival
10/09 - Antwerp @ Desertfest Belgium
10/10 - Madrid @ VillaManuela Festival
10/11 - Santiago De Compostela @ Curtocircuíto - International Film Festival - Sala Capitol
10/13 - Barcelona - Sala Apolo
10/23 - Lima @ Barranco
10/24 - Buenos Aires @ Dune International Psych Fest (w/ Thee Oh Sees)
10/25 - Santiago de Chile @ Pablo Neruda Amphitheatre (Metropolitan Park) (w/ FÖLLAKZOID & The Ganjas)
10/28 - Medellín @ Mamm Medellín
11/25 - Wellington @ San Fran
11/26 - Auckland @ Whammy Bar
11/28 - Tokyo @ SuperDeluxe (w/ Kikagaku Moyo / 幾何学模様)
12/01 - Shenzhen @ B10
12/02 - Guangzhou @ T:union
12/03 - Hankou @ Vox Livehouse
12/04 - Shanghai @ Mao Livehouse (w/ Battles)
12/05 - Beijing @ YuGong YiShan (w/ Battles)
12/09 - Brisbane @ the zoo
12/10 - Sydney @ Newtown Social Club
12/12 - Meredith @ Meredith Music Festival
12/13 - Adelaide @ Jive - @Going Steady Fest

Whatever happened to Escape ? Whodini’s second LP was one of the first hip-hop LPs to score a platinum tag, but, eclipsed by the antics of the new school, it seems to have tumbled off of most casual fans’ bucket lists. On Escape, the trio manage a set that’s diverting from end to end – something Spoonie G, The Cold Crush Brothers and The Furious Five conspicuously failed to deliver. For all of Escape ‘s pop smarts, it’s a chilly collection: ‘Friends’ (later cannibalised by Public Enemy, Nas and MF DOOM) goes in for bug-eyed paranoia, and ‘Freaks Come Out At Night’ sketches a John Hogarth drawing of downtown Brooklyn after hours. And, three decades on, there’s absolutely no messing with electro-boogie nonpareil ‘Five Minutes Of Funk’ – a sinewy goosebump-raiser that’s so good, they couldn’t not include it twice.

If you pre-ordered your deluxe copy of the latest Radiohead album, The King Of Limbs, one way to ensure an increase in value would have been to not open the package when it was delivered. You should sit on it for a few years (not literally) then consider selling it. That way you'll not only be offering a Mint LP for sale but also the pleasure of opening the package to the collector who buys it. Unless they decide not to open it as well. This strategy could apply to other albums with the potential to be regarded as future classics Make sure you have a Radiohead newspaper to sell with it as well. Mint vinyl double-LP copies of OK Computer (1997, £35) will also accumulate.

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