[Powderworks] Tired of Oil?
Randy Van Vliet
Mon, 2 Jun 2003 08:21:52 -0700 (PDT)
I dig pretty much everything that they do. I've
always been an "all or nothing" type (just ask my wife
and kids) so "if the Oils did it, it must be worth
listening to". If I tend to skip anything it would be
the early studio stuff because (to me) it doesn't seem
to be put together very well and it's pretty punky and
I left that musical phase behind many years ago. I
regularly listen to everything from PWAP on and
occassionally listen to the Blue album, Head Injuries
and Bird Noises.
Live, however is a different story. I have 2 shows
from the 1982 tour and I really like that, probably
more even than the later stuff.
--- Hentz <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Probably not a popular subject here, but I just have
> to ask as I need some personal validation. I've
> found that as much as I love Midnight Oil, there are
> certain songs that I just can't stand (not
> necessarily due to the message, but moreso the
> music). Specifically, I find myself skipping "Beds
> Are Burning" whenever possible. Not because of
> overplay, but rather because I never liked it from
> the get-go. Blasphemy, you say? I hope not. I
> guess what I am asking is, "What Oils song could you
> live without hearing again and why"? Again, just
> interested in knowing other peoples' views as well
> as validating that I'm not the only one who can be a
> Midnight Oil fan without loving everything they've
> ever done.
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