Spitalfield Band

Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by muttley, Apr 24, 2016.

  1. muttley

    "Fuck you, Peaches!" Prestigious

    Gone but not forgotten. I still think they really hit their stride with Better Than Knowing Where You Are.
     
  2. troyplaysbass

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    Remember Right Now will always be my favorite, but there are great songs across their discography.
     
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  3. trevorshmevor

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    Only liked about half of BTKWYA, but love 100% of their other records. Definitely one of my favorite bands from that time, still jam out to them consistently. Wish I knew about Remember Right Now getting a vinyl pressing when it did, but unfortunately didn't find out until long after it had sold out.
     
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  5. cherrywaves

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    Honestly the last one is my favorite. They had some great great songs. "Secrets in Mirrors" has the catchiest hook
     
  6. muttley

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    They updated their Facebook pictures. 10 year anniversary of BTKWYA is coming up.

    I'd love to see them play that album but I think the most they'll do is a one-off in Chicago.
     
  7. Daniel182

    Cheers to the fact that we're not dead

    I really hope this happens.
     
  8. Daniel182

    Cheers to the fact that we're not dead

    Have to do it...

    Stop Doing Bad Things > Remember Right Now > Better Than Knowing Where You Are
     
  9. muttley

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    SDBT = BTKWYA > RRN
     
  10. trevorshmevor

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    RRN > STBD > BTKWYA
     
  11. Daniel182

    Cheers to the fact that we're not dead

    Ahh, I'm so anxious to see if anything will be announced for Better Than Knowing Where You Are.
     
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  12. smoke4thecaper

    hold on, let me catch my breath Supporter

    Still a huge fan of BTKWYA. I like their three Victory albums quite a bit and felt they got better and better with each album. Glad I got to see them live before they broke up. There weren't many people at that show so I don't expect them to ever venture to these parts again if they did a reunion tour.
     
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  13. trevorshmevor

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    Jammed SDBT real hard at the gym earlier, man I sometimes forget how hard this band reminded me of Jimmy Eat World in a lot of parts
     
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  14. Daniel182

    Cheers to the fact that we're not dead

    Seeing a notification for this thread got me excited that there was some news. :/
     
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  15. trevorshmevor

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    Haha sorry!

    Funny enough, I just got a discogs notification of a copy of RRN going up for sale like 20 min after I posted that! Too bad it's $80 :verysad:
     
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  16. muttley

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    I've had Bad Things and Better Than Knowing on my phone for the last few months. This band got better as time went on so it's hard to choose between the two. Favorites aside, they both hold up just fine all these years later.

    Same here. :tear:
     
  17. teebs41

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    I think I'm just getting into this band.. am I late?
     
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  18. trevorshmevor

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    Never too late for more Spitalfield love

    Excuse me while I go jam Remember Right Now all week now
     
  19. teebs41

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    im listening to stop doing bad things.
     
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  20. Daniel182

    Cheers to the fact that we're not dead

    That one is my personal favorite, but I can understand Remember Right Now being a bit more accessible.
     
  21. trevorshmevor Jan 10, 2018
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    trevorshmevor

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    Can't go wrong with any of them tbh. They're all fantastic. I just think RRN has the most career best songs, tracks 1-6 are a perfect run

    I do still think the ultimate weirdest marketing move ever was putting Gold Dust on SDBT twice
     
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  22. DesolateEarth

    "Numbness engulfs truth, let bygones be bygones"

    Better Than Knowing Where You Are is their best imo. Not a bad song on that album.
     
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