Favorite tracks: Think Tank

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What are your five favorite tracks from Think Tank?

Ambulance
53
14%
Out of Time
62
17%
Crazy Beat
4
1%
Good Song
37
10%
On the Way to the Club
32
9%
Brothers & Sisters
14
4%
Caravan
40
11%
We've Got a File on You
10
3%
Moroccan Peoples Revolutionary Bowls Club
5
1%
Sweet Song
46
13%
Jets
13
4%
Gene by Gene
9
2%
Battery in Your Leg
42
11%
 
Total votes: 367

Charmless Fan
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Re: Favorite tracks: Think Tank

Post by Charmless Fan » 29 Dec 2015, 00:51

Out of Time
On the Way to the Club
Jets
Gene by Gene
Battery in Your Leg

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DK42
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Re: Favorite tracks: Think Tank

Post by DK42 » 13 Jan 2016, 15:43

I dig this record and it has grown on me overtime.

1) Good Song
2) Ambulance
3) On the Way to the Club
4) Brothers and Sisters
5) Sweet Song

I quite like the album as a whole, its' certainly the most Gorillaz-y, and Coxon's presence is missed, but there's plenty to enjoy here IMO.

Seona Dancing
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Re: Favorite tracks: Think Tank

Post by Seona Dancing » 15 Jan 2016, 02:28

Their best album imo

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bugman
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Re: Favorite tracks: Think Tank

Post by bugman » 15 Jan 2016, 10:08

Seona Dancing wrote:Their best album imo
eerrm, no ;]

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Re: Favorite tracks: Think Tank

Post by 101reykjavik » 15 Jan 2016, 12:49

Each to their own and all that... But no Graham (to speak of) = best album?!
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Re: Favorite tracks: Think Tank

Post by Lt Pinkerton » 15 Jan 2016, 16:16

I dunno, guys. Other than 13, I can't think of any other Blur album that is THAT superior to Think Tank. It's Damon at his peak after all.
It'll probably help that any trace of Crazy Beat has been erased from my computer files though.

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101reykjavik
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Re: Favorite tracks: Think Tank

Post by 101reykjavik » 15 Jan 2016, 17:26

Dunno. It's all opinions, so no one's wrong, but I'd be surprised if most fans didn't rate at least MLIR, PL, S/T and 13 as significantly stronger than TT.

TMW too!
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Re: Favorite tracks: Think Tank

Post by song3 » 20 Jan 2016, 13:19

1-Ambulance
2-Caravan
3-Sweet song
4-Good song
5-Jets (Great bassline!)

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Re: Favorite tracks: Think Tank

Post by tom_cas1 » 21 Jan 2016, 11:05

101reykjavik wrote:Dunno. It's all opinions, so no one's wrong, but I'd be surprised if most fans didn't rate at least MLIR, PL, S/T and 13 as significantly stronger than TT.

TMW too!
Think Tank is a top 3 Blur album for me, I absolutely love it. Plus I have a lot of great memories from when I got it and listened to it to death. I remember it well, I was in Wales on a geography field trip with classmates. Port Eynon to be specific. I remember listening to Crazy Beat in the parked minibus waiting to leave, rain falling from the sky. Great memories, love Think Tank.
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