andybuckley

Andy Buckley, 35, hombre, Reino Unido
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  • fremaruzi

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    26 Jul 2011 Responder
  • exit_point_7

    Hi, I saw that you're a fan of Cranes and Cocteau Twins. Can I recommend These Crimson Dreams. The new album Manaslu along with all previously released material is now available for free download. Hope you enjoy listening! (and sorry for the "cold call")

    4 Feb 2011 Responder
  • ManScared

    Always great to see Curve up near the top of someone's charts!

    15 Feb 2010 Responder
  • comeforward260

    such good charts and i love how much muse you listen to! have you ever listened to the novellos or this is seb clarke?x

    8 Dic 2009 Responder
  • Citizenpaul

    OK, I'll check out your recs. As for mine... I'm severely in need of some new music and am struggling to think of anything you might not have heard. If you've never heard The Dears I suggest checking them out strongly. The 2nd album Gang of Losers is absolutely amazing. The vocals are like a mix of Damon Albarn and Morrissey, but it works.

    9 Abr 2009 Responder
  • Citizenpaul

    Yes, this shout thing doesn't work as nicely as it should - have to click through your correspondent's page to write something back. I saw SSC at Dublin Castle a few years ago... the place was pretty empty, which was a real shame. I definitely prefer Mr Y's vocals, though. I've only listened to Simple once or twice – like you say, probably a grower. I see you've got Curve high up your overall list - I've been meaning to check them out. Where should I start, do you reckon?

    7 Abr 2009 Responder
  • andybuckley

    Addendum to the previous... just listened to the Andy Yorke album. It's nice, but not overwhelming. Lots of Dune Sea cello. MIght be a grower, though. I also finally got round to supporting Nigel Powell by buying the first Sad Song Co album... will also think about Dive Dive and SSC #2 (which he's selling as a you-choose-the-price thing) if it's good... which it's meant to be. All in all, though, it's just nice to have Andy Yorke back again and making heartfelt little songs.

    29 Mar 2009 Responder
  • andybuckley

    I've actually got the Andy Yorke album, but haven't listened to it yet: the perils of buying cheap second hand CDs faster than I can listen to them. Gets good reviews, and yes Nigel Powell is on there (and producing). I'd listen to it now, but am stuck at CERN for the week with just a laptop & the Firefly DVD box set! Going to visit your college dad in Lausanne on Thursday, as it happens.

    25 Mar 2009 Responder
  • Citizenpaul

    Well I think it's just Download festival at the moment. Would be nice to go but it means sitting through 3 days of Slipknot / Limp Bizkit (or however you spell it) as there's only weekend tickets available. I saw Andy Yorke had a solo album last year - I've not checked but it sounds like the UT drummer / bassist on there too. So to all intents a new UT album...

    24 Mar 2009 Responder
  • Citizenpaul

    Hi Andy How's things? Hope you're well. See faith no more are still high up your list - excellent stuff. Did you hear they're reuniting for a tour this summer? Cheers Paul

    27 Feb 2009 Responder

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Andy lives in Geneva/Edinburgh, splitting his time between climbing, programming, hanging around airports, compulsively buying stuff and carrying on a love/hate relationship with differential manifolds. All of the above is true. For a day job, he does particle physics things at the LHC and wishes he was Scottish.

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