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has anyone on forum listened to this  I'm curious to see if it is any good 



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Mike menzies wrote:

has anyone on forum listened to this  I'm curious to see if it is any good 


 Yes, it's a good album Mike. I picked it up for around a fiver somewhere but I think manatthetop did even better. Some big names on it, particularly like David Bowie and Leonard Cohen. 



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Mark L wrote:
Mike menzies wrote:

has anyone on forum listened to this  I'm curious to see if it is any good 


 Yes, it's a good album Mike. I picked it up for around a fiver somewhere but I think manatthetop did even better. Some big names on it, particularly like David Bowie and Leonard Cohen. 


I got a free signed copy, so arguably I did best of all   

Create a playlist of the tracks on Amazon/Spotify/Deezer/Apple Music/etc. and decide how good it is. 

In my opinion, its OK, but not essential listening.  The best of the series was Carl Barât of Libertines. 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Under_the_Influence_(compilation_album)#Bob_Geldof



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ArrGee wrote:
Mark L wrote:
Mike menzies wrote:

has anyone on forum listened to this  I'm curious to see if it is any good 


 Yes, it's a good album Mike. I picked it up for around a fiver somewhere but I think manatthetop did even better. Some big names on it, particularly like David Bowie and Leonard Cohen. 


I got a free signed copy, so arguably I did best of all   

Create a playlist of the tracks on Amazon/Spotify/Deezer/Apple Music/etc. and decide how good it is. 

In my opinion, its OK, but not essential listening.  The best of the series was Carl Barât of Libertines. 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Under_the_Influence_(compilation_album)#Bob_Geldof 

Not even Tonic is essential listening. It's not like it's crucial medical advice or a warning to jump out of the way of danger. But I've just found my copy and it's got a £3.99 sticker on. For me, it is good enough to justify that cost. 



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