[Nagnagnag] Nobody got URP for Christmas I guess?

caw at beeb.net caw at beeb.net
Fri Jan 9 08:01:19 EST 2004

Good post Pat,

I loved URP from the moment the first beats leapt out at 
me.  Its one of those CDs where i find it difficult to pick 
any single one track as my fave as whichever track i am 
listening to becomes my fave.

time for another spin.


---- Original message ----
>Date: Thu, 08 Jan 2004 16:20:04 -0500
>From: "Pat Slade" <pslade99 at hotmail.com>  
>Subject: [Nagnagnag] Nobody got URP for Christmas I guess?  
>To: nagnagnag at hollyfeld.org
>Hey naggers,
>Have the times changed that much?  A new Kirk album comes 
out, and the 
>response on the nag list is nil?
>We've talked about it a little at the Cab club, and I've 
exchanged a few 
>emails with folks offlist, but I can't believe we have gone 
this long since 
>the release, and as far as I can recall, nobody has chimed 
in here at the 
>naglist with either an "It Rocks!!" or an "It Sucks!!"
>What gives?  I've been busy too, but when a new Kirk 
release doesn't even 
>garner any comments in the weeks to follow, well, I gotta 
wonder why.
>To start hopefully at least one reply here's a small take 
from me:  I 
>received it xmas eve, and tossed it into the cd player.  
I'll be honest, on 
>first listen, I was looking for, I don't know, something 
either new, or 
>earth-shatteringly beat driven that I would be worried 
about paint flaking 
>off the walls.  Since neither of those two things happened, 
I played it 
>again, and have to admit, ole Kirky seduced me again...I 
really dig the 
>beats when he lays them down, and even though they weren't 
as heavy as I as 
>hoping, Die Anglotzen pays the bills, and I like the disco 
swirl of 
>Damascus.  The album has grown on me since.  I am still 
trying to decide if 
>I like this dance party cd more or less than his other more 
thematic albums.
>Anybody else have any other thoughts on this one?
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