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Friday, July 29, 2005

The Loud Report: The Phoenix Foundation, "Lambs"
Do you know or love someone whose life has become controlled by an addiction to Coldplay or Coldplay-like substances? This Wellington, NZ-based organization can help. To detoxify a patient without pain, their six-song program should be started with "Lambs," "This Charming Van," and "Bluesummer." Later, "The Drinker" and "Let Me Die A Woman" can be introduced to gradually ease the patient back into functional society. Just remember: there is hope, with the help of - okay, I don't actually mind Coldplay that much or else I wouldn't be linking to a band that sounds like them, would I? Still, though, they've become one of those bands that people who don't really like music like - and those people need rehabilitation. It's nice to have the occasional fulcrum on hand to remind people who think there are only two or three bands in the world that, actually, there are a couple more.
:: posted by Mike Sugarbaker, 7:14 PM Comments (1)
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At 10:04 PM, Chris said...

Crikey yes
Bloodly brilliant
Coldplay comparison?
I would disagree.

Don't let the comparison negate checking out Phonenix Foundation.

Would also recommend viewers check out Sleepers Union's Giant Sphere:


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