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  1. I think Radiohead did something similar with In Rainbows Disc 2 etc. It's definitely a good way to keep up engagement etc. As well as to let fans in on some element of the creative process; to try and see why some songs maybe didn't work in the context of that particular album. I've always thought it was madness that Staircase was never included on the King of Limbs but I guess it's slightly too smooth perhaps compared to the glitchy atmospheric IDM on the main album. Agreed on SP. I actually enjoyed their previous album, haven't got round to listening to their new one yet althoug
  2. Aren't they releasing a third early in the new year? A sequel of sorts to MatIS?
  3. Yeah it's this. Radio 1 (which is famously targeted to younger audiences) has said that the use of language is not acceptable and may offend younger listeners. R2 and R6 will be able to decide which version they air, although I believe that the stations higher ups have passed on that responsibility to individual DJ's (could be wrong on that point though). It's odd to me that the reason given seemingly implies that the younger crowd lack the ability to understand nuance and would elect to simply be offended by hearing song lyrics but hey ho!
  4. Vaguely off topic: Never been a huge Beach Boys fan. I listened to Pet Sounds recently and found it incredibly underwhelming. Any recommendations? On topic: interesting points. I see where you're coming from, although admittedly maybe it's a superficial comparison. As I said, not being a Beach Boys fan I have little to no knowledge of Brian Wilson's lifestyle, but can at the very least see the points raised above that BW was an innovator, unlike Axl who it seems was more focused on perfecting a pre-existing sound.
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