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Re: On The Hot Dog Streets/ Denim Take Over

Thanks for that! I'm at work now so can't listen but will do when I get home. I wonder if it's been adapted and put on the new album? I was so excited when I got it in my sweaty little hands. No MP3 download coupon unfortunately, so no listening on the way to work for me (until someone on Soulseek has it).
I'm still not sure about what's going on with White Stilletos... Some American guy who was staying at a friend's house just before the first Belle and Sebastian Bowlie festival had met up with Lawrence and Momus while he was in the country and the former had given him the tape. Obviously the long gap between me initailly hearing it and then getting hold of a copy means that I can't say if it was the same versions or if the tape version I heard was different to later versions?

Re: On The Hot Dog Streets/ Denim Take Over

Hey, a better upload of Talk Like Noddy would be much appreciated, thanks!

Re: On The Hot Dog Streets/ Denim Take Over

Here you go:

http://www.mediafire.com/?gs6u4jaagpwfshq

Not the best quality, but certainly better than the one in the flash video

Re: On The Hot Dog Streets/ Denim Take Over

BubbaDMC
Here you go:

http://www.mediafire.com/?gs6u4jaagpwfshq

Not the best quality, but certainly better than the one in the flash video


Been listening to this song on the internet in post-punk cassette quality for ages. This is a rare treat. Thank you.

Re: On The Hot Dog Streets/ Denim Take Over

I got DTO here, a couple of threads down (thanks!). The tracklisting:

Island in the Sun
Delta Echo *
Lorra Laughs, Cilla *
Denim Take Over
West Brom Blues
Olly Olly
Transgressions *
City Centre *
Synth Wizard
Robot Voice
City of the Dead
Men Look at Women

Tracks marked with an asterisk appeared, in one way or another, on Tearing Up the Album Charts. The rest are on the new album.

Compared to the other Denim recordings I'd guess these were demos.