The CLASSICAL PSB order?

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The CLASSICAL PSB order?

#1 Post by Nickname »

It's just for fun, but I think it could be very representative:


1. God willing
2. Minimal
3. The Sodom and Gomorrah Show
4. I'm with Stupid
5. Psychological
6. I made my excuses and left
7. Integral
8. Numb
9. Luna Park
10. Casanova in Hell
11. Twentieth Century
12. Indefinite leave to remain


Supposing Popjustice has told the true, they can change it but I think it is the classical PSB order (from their golden years: Actually, Introspective and Behaviour).

It's like the album had 2 parts with the same number of songs (like the old TAPES and CASSETES of the 80's):

A-side

1. God willing
2. Minimal
3. The Sodom and Gomorrah Show
4. I'm with Stupid
5. Psychological
6. I made my excuses and left

B-side

7. Integral
8. Numb
9. Luna Park
10. Casanova in Hell
11. Twentieth Century
12. Indefinite leave to remain

.Including the most representative songs (and singles) at the beginning of each part (like the used to).


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Another curiosity, in their golden years (imperial phase) the most famous songs of the album used to be the second one of the B-side:

.Actually: It's a sin
.Introspective: Always on my mind
.Behaviour: So hard


So this time will be:

.Fundamental: Numb

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#2 Post by One of the crowd »

What are you wittering on about this time?
Fishing

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#3 Post by Ghost within this house »

One of the crowd wrote:What are you wittering on about this time?
:lol:
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#4 Post by popfreak »

How can you make such a ludicrous point when you haven't heard the tracks.
How can it be a classic PSB order when you have no idea what they sound like.

This has to be the worst of your pointless threads, please stop this.
I have kept quite until now but nickname what do you hope to gain from these sorts of threads?
Surely i am not the only one that is getting a bit tired of these effortless speculation threads you keep posting.

I am not an avid poster but i do look here several times a day and i have done so for many years and its starting to look like you only do it to get your post count up.


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#6 Post by popfreak »

Is that humour or sincerity :wink:

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#7 Post by One of the crowd »

popfreak wrote:Is that humour or sincerity :wink:
Maybe its the strings on the new album? :wink:

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#8 Post by joncool5 »

what the hell is IT going on about now. Bloody Hell!!!!!!!
"In the North-west it rains and it rains. And yet we managed to produce the industrial revolution, trade union movement, the Communist Manifesto and even the goddam computer. Down south, where the sun never sets, you took all our money and what did you produce? Chas and f**king Dave." TONY WILSON

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#9 Post by popfreak »

One of the crowd wrote:
popfreak wrote:Is that humour or sincerity :wink:
Maybe its the strings on the new album? :wink:

Now there's an idea for someone :roll:

Poll: How many string players are on the new album

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#10 Post by Eldritch »

*boggle boggle boggle*

Sorry, folks, that's only my mind.
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#11 Post by Ghost within this house »

popfreak wrote:
One of the crowd wrote:
popfreak wrote:Is that humour or sincerity :wink:
Maybe its the strings on the new album? :wink:

Now there's an idea for someone :roll:

Poll: How many string players are on the new album
Poll: How many strings will there be on the instruments of the string players on the new album
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#12 Post by GalataPSB »

One of the crowd wrote:
popfreak wrote:Is that humour or sincerity :wink:
Maybe its the strings on the new album? :wink:
:lol: :lol:

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#13 Post by popfreak »

Ghost within this house wrote:
popfreak wrote:
One of the crowd wrote: Maybe its the strings on the new album? :wink:

Now there's an idea for someone :roll:

Poll: How many string players are on the new album
Poll: How many strings will there be on the instruments of the string players on the new album
Poll: How many players wearing G-strings will there be playing strings on the new album

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Poll: How many swimming pools do you have

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#15 Post by b@man »

Poll: Do you prefer siging or non singing on an instrumental track.

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