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Eddie McGarrity

  1. Rock
  1. collection 6
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  1. Equate
    by Volka
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    Equate Equate
    This band's local HMV did in-stores for new bands. Volka (though known by a different name at the time) was the first up. It was the best new music I think I'd heard before. A big noise and a big heart. The best thing was they played that loud and hard that the shop's neighbours complained about the noise and every following band had to play acoustic. They'd burst it for everyone else, which is kinda rock 'n' roll I think
  2. Check My Mind.
    by Aerial Salad
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    Great structure to a great song - love the bass and drums with a jolly smashing trill of guitar along the top. And let's not forget a big chorus - who doesn't love those?
  3. And Don't The Kids Just Love It
    by Television Personalities
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    This Angry Silence This Angry Silence
  4. MGC 1
    by Miracle Glass Company
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    The Hidden Light The Hidden Light
    Saw this band at a Record Store Day event at Rare Trade in Kilwinning (a very cool shop) raretrade.co.uk where I bought the vinyl album - which lets you download from here too (which is handy even though downloads are for philistines)

    Band did a terrific acoustic set. Really enjoyed it. Heard the songs in a different way. Listen to them now - see them live too
  5. Car Park Of Dead Dreams
    by Kiera Osment
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    Paper Hats Paper Hats
    If I was you I'd listen to Kiera Osment immediately! That way you can say you were into her before she became globally famous. You can also moan about all the johnny-come-lateleys who are into her now which means you can never get a seat at Hampden when she's playing!
  6. Roach (Band Camp Edition)
    by Aerial Salad
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    Conservative Thinking Conservative Thinking
    I met them at a mate's gig - and although I haven't seen them live (which I hope to soon) they're gonna do great. I will buy their record when it comes out - downloads are for phillistines