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Wild Beasts

September 26 2017 at 6:19 AM
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They were the best British band of the last decade for me. Gutted they've split.
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September 26 2017, 8:51 AM 

Gutted by this.
A band who got better and beter.

 
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September 26 2017, 9:15 AM 

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Gutted by this.
A band who got better and beter.'

I loved Boy King but I don't think it went down too well. Hope they didn't get dropped.
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September 26 2017, 10:40 AM 

Gone to see them at festivals a couple of times, got bored and left after 20 minutes or so.

You say fragile masculinity, I say weedy.

Hey ho.

 
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September 26 2017, 11:46 AM 

peaked with their second album. Which was great!

After that they put out some good stuff, but nothing I've ever consistently revisited.

For me ultimately a bit 'meh'

Which is how I felt when I heard they'd split.

 
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September 26 2017, 12:36 PM 

Think they definitely lost a bit of steam after the second album. Their first one is my favourite. Still an inventive and daring band in their later albums though, Gary.

3 farewell gigs announced for February in Dublin, Manchester and London.
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September 26 2017, 2:46 PM 

Quite enjoyed them live the once I saw them (on second album tour) and enjoyed a few tracks off that album but lost interest soon after.
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