What’s in the box?

This may, or may not, become a semi-regular feature of the blog.

The more eagle eyed of you may have noticed that I’ve added the box.net widget towards the bottom of the right hand column of the blog.  It lets me upload larger files to share and I thought I might as well let you know what they are:

  1. The Passion of Lovers – Bauhaus: From my goth phase.  Still slightly weird, still packs a punch, still very goth.
  2. Sad Eyes – Come:  White girl + boy blues.  They really knew how to build a song.
  3. Heartbreak – The Pooh Sticks:  Back from when indie was indie.  This short tale of lust was just perfect when I was 20 and wanting to jump about.  It’s the Peel sessions version rather than from their first (single sided) LP, which means it doesn’t have the sweary bits if that matters to you.

Let me know if you like any of them.

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About Andrew Brown

I live in Lewisham, South East London, and spent 9 years as a Labour councillor in the borough between 1997 and 2006.
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3 Responses to What’s in the box?

  1. Michael says:

    Nothing from Eurovision?

  2. andrewkbrown says:

    Not on this occasion. And probably not in future.

    Surely thing thing with Eurovision is that it is entirely ephemeral.

  3. Max says:

    That’s a nice widget.
    I was really curious to see if I still liked Bauhaus. I have to say that I do but not as much as I did back then.
    The other two aren’t really not my cup of tea, so I listened but lost attention, the Pooh Sticks even made it into becoming background noise, I started doing other things and it took me a while to realize that it was a very short song going on a loop.
    Sorry, I’m into Stevie Wonder recently.

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