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Favourite Music Album of 2020 So Far...
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Music is a big passion of mine so I thought I'd ask what people's favourite album of 2020 is so far.

Judging by the singles released so far from the album "ALICIA" by Alicia Keys, it promises to be a really good album but the release date has been postponed again.

*Stop Press* The album is going to be released on 18th September *yay*

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I've just realised how few albums I've even listened to from 2020 - I must be getting old, KK

By far the best thing I've heard is the new Sparks album A Steady Drip, Drip, Drip. I've loved Sparks for most of my life & they're still as brilliant & insane as ever,  Giddy



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Ah yes Big Grin I've heard a lot of good things about that album - seems like a return to their 'classic' sound of the the early 1970s  Approve
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#4
Ordinary Man by Ozzy Osbourne.

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(15-08-2020, 05:27 PM)bassman Wrote: Ah yes Big Grin I've heard a lot of good things about that album - seems like a return to their 'classic' sound of the the early 1970s  Approve

Yeah, it reminds me of Indiscreet, probably my favourite Sparks album,  Giddy

That Ozzy track is better than I expected, Heinrich - the chorus is very Sabbath, :insert moshing smilie here:
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This thread has inspired me to dig around a bit and find out what has actually been released in 2020, 

Had no idea there was a new Strokes album  Undecided

Is This It? is one of my favourite albums of all time, but everything they've done since has been a bit...meh, 

But The New Abnormal is actually rather good. Not up there with classic Strokes, but not bad at all, Approve

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#7
Sounds good - I really like the picky guitar and the synthetic sounding drum beats fit well with this  Approve

I discovered Tame Impala by accident recently through Tiktok (a slowed down version of their 2015 song "Let It Happen" features a lot on the Tiktok audios).

Their new album "The Slow Rush" is an altogether more poppy album than previous ones, especially their 2015 masterpiece "Currents" but its still great and all their usual elements are there.

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It is poppy, but in a good way I think, Approve

I was racking my brains as I listened trying to think what it reminded me of & vocally at least it's The Blue Nile, which is never a bad thing,

Slow it down, remove the backbeat, and it could be off Hats or A Walk Along the Rooftops,
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#9
Stop the presses! We have a new contender for album of the year. Steps have announced they have new material being released in November. 90's me can't wait to learn all the new dance routines. Also, new single tomorrow.
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#10
New Boy George album, Geminis Don't Read The Manual, is due before the end of the year,

Always had a soft spot for George & I love this new tune from the album, Approve

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(14-09-2020, 03:02 PM)Ollie2UK Wrote: New Boy George album, Geminis Don't Read The Manual, is due before the end of the year,

Always had a soft spot for George & I love this new tune from the album, Approve


Thank you for posting this, I love it and the video is brilliant.

Culture Club's single More Than Silence was criminally overlooked but suffered as I think poor George became ill and had to cancel tours and promotion and delay the new album for about three years.  The original single release of the track is far superior to the final album version though so make sure you listen to that version.  It's one of my all time favourite tracks.

(I'd post the YouTube link but I don't know how)
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(15-09-2020, 10:15 AM)summerfever Wrote: Thank you for posting this, I love it and the video is brilliant.

You're welcome,  Wink

(15-09-2020, 10:15 AM)summerfever Wrote: Culture Club's single More Than Silence was criminally overlooked but suffered as I think poor George became ill and had to cancel tours and promotion and delay the new album for about three years.  The original single release of the track is far superior to the final album version though so make sure you listen to that version.  It's one of my all time favourite tracks.

(I'd post the YouTube link but I don't know how)

Oh yep, I totally agree about More Than Silence - the original version is fantastic,

Here it is...

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#13
I never get tired of hearing this
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#14
I haven't purcahsed an album this year yet.
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#15
Zero 7 are about to release a new four-song EP titled "Shadows" - and it sounds as good as their first couple of albums Smile 

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