Lost And Found


One of the downsides of having an obscenely large number of CDs is it's quite easy to lose track of them. I'm not kidding when I say that every flat surface in my apartment has a stack of CDs on it. So I was giddy yesterday when I found one that that had been on my "most wanted" list for the past couple of months.

The Heart Throbs were a Liverpool band that came out of the early nineties British shoegazer scene. Led by the sisters of Echo & The Bunnymen drummer Pete DeFrietas, they put out three albums, two of which were titled after obscure sex terms (the third, Vertical Smile, was a little more obvious). I don't think this was their first single, but it was the video that used to get played on 120 Minutes all the time.

The Heart Throbs - "Dreamtime" (mp3) from Cleopatra Grip

I was trying to find an appropriate picture for this post, but a cursory search didn't find anything, and I'm too exhausted tonight to be persistent. Too much post-gig socializing last night. I'd have been in bed two hours ago if it hadn't been Lost night.

Comments:
you should take photos of your CD collection and put them on Flickr. I've always been intrigued by how many you might have!
 
Thanks for the mp3 of Dreamtime - was looking for that!
 
I still think the big guy has you beat on number of CD's in his collection, not to mention the vinyl. Do you have a database of your stuff????? ;)
 
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