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oasis – “the hindu times”
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tom http://freakytrigger.co.uk/author/tom/
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the freaky trigger readers’ poll 2016: #10-#1 http://freakytrigger.co.uk/ft/2017/01/the-freaky-trigger-readers-poll-2016-10-1/
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pete baran http://freakytrigger.co.uk/author/pete/
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tom http://freakytrigger.co.uk/author/tom/
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popular crystal ball: 2016 – the year pop broke http://freakytrigger.co.uk/nylpm/2017/01/popular-crystal-ball-the-year-pop-broke/
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new kids on the block – “you got it (the right stuff)” (77)
  • #76 izzy; i suspect the bela lugosi thing is probably coincidental; even if the musician responsible for playing- or programming- keyboards was trying to...mostro
  • http://freakytrigger.co.uk/popular/2010/10/new-kids-on-the-block-you-got-it-the-right-stuff/#comment-2100381
    oasis – “the hindu times” (42)
  • @41 i’m not exactly sure what counts as nrr and what doesn’t, but i do remember how the utter exhaustion of oasis and their imitators made the libertines, white stripes and...ed
  • http://freakytrigger.co.uk/popular/2017/02/oasis-the-hindu-times/#comment-2099951
    popular ’83 (69)
  • 7 april 1983 powell ‘n bates dexy’s midnight runners – “the celtic soul brothers” second time out for this one. not their best. leroy from “fame” promoting the...chelovek na lune
  • http://freakytrigger.co.uk/ft/2009/07/popular-83/#comment-2099890
    the beatles – “the ballad of john and yoko” (56)
  • i have no memory of this at the time. the only awareness i had of john & yoko’s adventures was from fleeting news footage that i found confusing as a 9...lonepilgrim
  • http://freakytrigger.co.uk/ft/2006/09/the-beatles-the-ballad-of-john-and-yoko/#comment-2099481
    tommy roe – “dizzy” (24)
  • i remember selecting this on a jukebox in 1969 on my first holiday in europe. my mum and dad took our family to denmark to see my mum’s pen-friend and i played this while staying in...lonepilgrim
  • http://freakytrigger.co.uk/ft/2006/09/tommy-roe-dizzy/#comment-2099469
    adam faith – “poor me” (5)
  • marvellous meta moment in the 1961 film what a whopper. adam faith and his girlfriend hear the new single by “eden charity” on the radio, which is actually adam’s...wichitalineman
  • http://freakytrigger.co.uk/popular/2004/04/adam-faith-poor-me/#comment-2099311
    the beatles – “lady madonna” (32)
  • if i’ve learned anything from following this blog, it’s that i’m willing to forgive a ton of flaws if the beat is good enough. there’s so much energy in...cryptopian
  • http://freakytrigger.co.uk/ft/2006/08/the-beatles-lady-madonna/#comment-2097829
    the beatles with billy preston – “get back” (29)
  • i agree lp, i can’t work out how much i like it. same goes for lady madonna – both are basically a pastiche/tribute (to canned heat and fats...wichitalineman
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    freaky trigger popular reviewing all the uk #1s, with tom ewing. index oasis – “the hindu times” gnome man’s land the buzz: top 100 songs + lollards podcast + ‘i hate music’ + #totp 1981 chat about ft posts comments archive random login 12 feb 17oasis – “the hindu times”tom • popular • 42 comments • 2,739 views #923, 27th april 2002 the biggest band in britain grinds on, and as usual when an oasis single toils its way by, their own past is the best stick to beat them with. in 1994, oasis’ approach – putting great chunks of rock’s past in a smelter and using noise, hooks and force of will to forge something fresh from it – was a thrill. for all noel’s occasional trolling in interviews, what oasis represented an alternative and challenge to wasn’t pop. instead they rebuked rock as it stood in the early 90s, only sometimes unfairly. british indie, first of all, the wan inbred descendent of punk rock, for its habit of simply aping the past, not trying to match it. shoegaze and post-rock, for their refusal of the possibilities of a mass audience. grunge rock, for finding that audience and turning away from it with a shudder. and most of all, the classic rock establishment, packing arenas and scooping brit awards by offering the same tired product, year upon year. » more 3 feb 17the ft top 41 films 2016 – #10 – #1pete baran • do you see + ft • 10 comments • 379 views “hi i’m the brave little toaster, star of the 1986 film the brave little toaster and its direct to video sequels the brave little toaster to the rescue, and the brave little toaster goes to mars. you know, the late 80’s was a brilliant time to be a toaster, we were flying all over the place on screensavers, being fancipantsed up by duralit, and then there was me, an honest to god appliance hero for a consumer age. these days though, you’re all in tha cloud, and there is no room for toast in the cloud, so i have been told. so i sit with my friends, lampy, air conditioner and two faced sewing machine and watch entertainment centre and all the great films that came out last year like these ones. i mean, i assume i got back from mars, i have to admit i didn’t watch it, it seemed far fetched. ” cheers toasty, and you should just be proud that as a toaster you got your own film franchise. the mind boggles. anyway here is the top ten: » more 1 feb 17unheard album project: january 2017tom • new york london paris munich • 2 comments • 190 views one of my resolutions this year was to listen to a record i’d never heard before, new or old, every day. i’ve kept it up for all of january and here’s a list of what i’ve heard (below the cut), and a playlist taking a track from each. since there’s no guarantee i’ll like a record i can’t pretend that everything on the playlist is solid gold but i had fun sequencing it and attempting to give it some kind of coherence. » more 27 jan 17the freaky trigger readers’ poll 2016: #10-#1katstevens • ft • poll2016 • 11 comments • 502 views “call me ron. i’m a straightforward sort of pup, me – what you see is what you get. but when i’m not out clubbing with my six older brothers, i do get to wondering what it’s all about. you know. life. death. sardines. it’s all just a game of chess at the end of the day, isn’t it? good versus evil, light versus dark, rockism versus poptimism – society would have us carve ourselves up into ever-smaller and ultimately-arbitrary factions, each believing we are on the side of righteousness, solitary brothers and sisters fighting pointlessly amongst ourselves to avoid having to think too hard about the impending apocalypse. i guess many of the truths we cling to depend greatly on our own point of view!” thanks ron, if indeed that is your real name. on to our top 10! » more 26 jan 17the ft top 41 films 2016 – #20 – #11pete baran • do you see + ft • 12 comments • 330 views “hi i am elliot from pete’s dragon. i suppose you could call me pete’s dragon, except pete clearly doesn’t own me, we are just buddies who hang in the woods. and yes, i am the proper pete’s dragon, not that godawful 2d drawn travesty from the 70’s. i’m the pete’s dragon from the much better 2016 film pete’s dragon, which i expect will pop up on this list of best films of 2016. oh, just looked below. must be in the top ten. well these are all pretty good too i guess. not elegiac and majestic like some sort of kids film made by malick in the 1970’s, not good like pete’s dragon, but good. ” thanks elliot, but i have some bad news for you. pete’s dragon just missed our list at number 42. i know, it was a travesty. don’t blow fire on me. i’d have voted you higher, except you weren’t as good as mustang. which is… » more 20 jan 17the freaky trigger readers’ poll 2016: #20-#11katstevens • ft • poll2016 • 6 comments • 440 views tash-bed: hi everyone! it’s us, the singing bedingfield siblings! remember us? you must remember us. dan-bed: summon tash and she will appear! tash-bed: we’ve been keeping busy for the last few years, doing a turn on the new zealand x factor, manning the tombola stall at our ancient religion’s summer fête, organising the occasional covert raid on government strongholds. you know the drill. there’s not been much time for pop stardom! dan-bed: tash the inexorable! tash-bed: well, i say ‘we’, it’s mostly been me doing all the work. my darling brother here has just been sitting on his arse babbling about some old pink floyd record and looking up spiritual retreats in the west of ireland. dan-bed: tash the irresistible! tash-bed: sigh. see what i have to put up with? he’s never been quite the same since he went on that ‘vision quest’ in the tropical house at kew gardens a few years ago. i found him a week later dancing away in the woods on wimbledon common with a bunch of hairy hippies and had to drag him home for a bath. dan-bed: all hail tash! tash-bed: you’re really starting to get on my wick, dan. i’m sure the bedingfields will kiss and make up soon. here’s #20-#11! » more 19 jan 17gareth gates – “unchained melody”tom • popular • 27 comments • 1,916 views #922, 30th march 2002 making sense of simon cowell requires negotiating a maze of banalities – a host of things which are, like judges’ verdicts on a reality show, obvious and lacking insight, but nonetheless true. for instance, saying “simon cowell cares about money more than music” is a lazy criticism, but it’s also surely right. saying “whoever wins, cowell is the real winner” is a similar no-shit-sherlock conclusion, and equally hard to deny. if we turn over these obvious stones, is there anything wriggling underneath? maybe there is. take simon cowell’s taste in music. it’s not that he doesn’t like music – he has a set of preferences. it’s more that once he became a reality impresario, the exact contours of his taste became a source of competitive advantage. some of the reality tv judge’s power is unpredictability – anything that compromises the unpredictability, like a known aesthetic, is a weakness. » more 18 jan 17popular crystal ball: 2016 – the year pop broketom • new york london paris munich • popular crystal ball • 9 comments • 747 views shout out to my eggs well, that was a year. it’s not what 2016 will be remembered for, but this was the year that streaming broke the charts – or fundamentally changed what they reflect. the structural impact is obvious – ten records got to number one, meaning we’re back to the 50s as far as turnover goes. the aesthetic impact is more obscure – is the torpor i sense a function of a moody wave in current pop, or the sluggishness of the countdown, or my own elderly disengagement, or all of the above? best to worst, as usual. i liked very few of these very much, and even the higher placings don’t reflect much enthusiasm. » more 16 jan 17will young – “anything is possible” / “evergreen”tom • popular • 36 comments • 1,859 views #921, 9th march 2002 it was not immediately obvious that everything had changed. i was at an engagement party, and was introduced as a music fan to someone, and they asked me a question: “will or gareth?”. i didn’t really get what they were talking about. pop idol, of course. oh, i haven’t been watching it. “you haven’t?” it seemed bizarre to them, that someone into pop music wouldn’t have felt the show was important. they were right. there is an economic maxim called goodhart’s law: when a measure becomes a target, it ceases to be a good measure. reality tv pop was the application of this to the charts. being number one was the measure, already a shakily symbolic one, of popularity and fame. to be a pop idol meant having massive pop hits. and so the winner of pop idol would have the biggest hits anyone could. but what actually happened was the colonisation of the charts by tv, for several weeks a year. it became an annual event, like the flooding of the nile delta. instead of proving that will or gareth or darius or anyone else could compete with the best, it made the weakness of the charts as a metric of best-ness – or anything else – absurdly obvious. » more 13 jan 17the freaky trigger readers’ poll 2016: #30-#21katstevens • ft • poll2016 • 4 comments • 392 views greetings! i’m the toilet duck and i’m here to solve all your problems! it’s easy (*quack*) when i’m on your team. with my catchy tunes and the help of my squadron of all-terrain bathroom fixtures i will defeat the rebel bacteria menace that would otherwise evolve into a terrifying ‘super’ ‘bug’ and bring civilisation to its knees. my global presence means there’s nowhere for rebel scum to hide! i’ll even plant a tracking device under the rim of your toilet seat to make sure they don’t get away. bye bacteria, bye worries! reassuring words from toilet duck, there. on to numbers #30-#21! » more « older latest comments new kids on the block – “you got it (the right stuff)” (77)#76 izzy; i suspect the bela lugosi thing is probably coincidental; even if the musician responsible for playing- or programming- keyboards was trying to...mostro oasis – “the hindu times” (42)@41 i’m not exactly sure what counts as nrr and what doesn’t, but i do remember how the utter exhaustion of oasis and their imitators made the libertines, white stripes and...ed popular ’83 (69)7 april 1983 powell ‘n bates dexy’s midnight runners – “the celtic soul brothers” second time out for this one. not their best. leroy from “fame” promoting the...chelovek na lune the beatles – “the ballad of john and yoko” (56)i have no memory of this at the time. the only awareness i had of john & yoko’s adventures was from fleeting news footage that i found confusing as a 9...lonepilgrim tommy roe – “dizzy” (24)i remember selecting this on a jukebox in 1969 on my first holiday in europe. my mum and dad took our family to denmark to see my mum’s pen-friend and i played this while staying in...lonepilgrim adam faith – “poor me” (5)marvellous meta moment in the 1961 film what a whopper. adam faith and his girlfriend hear the new single by “eden charity” on the radio, which is actually adam’s...wichitalineman the beatles – “lady madonna” (32)if i’ve learned anything from following this blog, it’s that i’m willing to forgive a ton of flaws if the beat is good enough. there’s so much energy in...cryptopian the beatles with billy preston – “get back” (29)i agree lp, i can’t work out how much i like it. same goes for lady madonna – both are basically a pastiche/tribute (to canned heat and fats...wichitalineman featured posts • ' data-cycle-timeout='15000' data-cycle-fx=scrollhorz> blur – “country house” 5 jul 2013 #725, 26th august 1995 boxing? a “heavyweight battle”, the nme cover-billed it. and if “country house” vs oasis’ “roll with it” was a title bout, the music press were desperate to play frank warren. perhaps they had most at stake. it was, in a way, their last great fight. many other moments define oasis. blur […] dead again: mp3s and the dissolution of pop 26 apr 1999 the mode of the music changes, the city quakes, or at least those blocks of primer-than-thou office space quake that house the hqs of worldwide record companies. the reason, apparently, is mp3 technology, which you all know about and most of you use, and which has been the subject of acres of ruminative, pessimistic music […] girl talk 28 jul 2009 here’s something i did for fun yesterday: a graph showing the % of uk #1 hits with female lead vocals, year by year. 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