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  1. A couple of slight changes to my final list: 1. Hello Exile - The Menzingers 2. Kick - Dave Hause 3. Routine Maintenance - Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties 4. Surviving - Jimmy Eat World 5. Live at Ringkirche Wiesbaden - Nathan Gray 6. A Pill For Loneliness - City and Colour 7. III - Bad Books 8. Coward of Us All - Wrest 9. Gun Shy - Matthew Mayfield 10. I Love You. It's a Fever Dream - The Tallest Man on Earth
  2. Having just listened to it for the first time, I think the Bad Books album, III, will make my final list.
  3. This is probably mine so far this year: 1. Hello Exile - The Menzingers 2. Routine Maintenance - Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties 3. Kick - Dave Hause 4. Surviving - Jimmy Eat World 5. Long Time Comin' - Micky and the Motorcars 6. A Pill For Loneliness - City and Colour 7. Coward of Us All - Wrest 8. I Love You. It's a Fever Dream - The Tallest Man on Earth 9. Forever - Vandoliers 10. Eraserland - Strand of Oaks
  4. He was a Saints fan who was told he couldn't choose a Saints player. Pretty certain he was pissed and having a joke!
  5. So far I'd probably go with: Brian Fallon - Sleepwalkers. The Wonder Years - Sister Cities Alkaline Trio - Is This Thing Cursed? The XCERTS - Hold on to Your Heart American Aquarium - Things Change Broken Records - What We Might Know Spiritualized - And Nothing Hurt Lucero - Among The Ghosts Sons of Bill - Oh God Ma'am Embrace - Love is a Basic Need Also quite liked some of the Middle Kids and Blackberry Smoke albums.
  6. I don't think Tanser's that bad defensively. Not brilliant, but definitely not shite. Kennedy has given him no help at all and having Joe playing at left centre back is not much help either just now. No surprise that we concede a lot of goals/chances from that side, compared to the right, where Drey works far harder defensively than Kennedy, and Foster and Kerr are stronger than Tanser and Joe. I'd be happier with Liam Gordon (or Ando) replacing Joe, but that won't happen. We lack an organiser in the defence and, despite his age and lack of experience, Gordon seems to be that.
  7. Yep, adult and 2 under 13's are £16 in the family stand. Kids under 13 (home and away support) are free in all stands with a paying adult. It's been like this for the past 2 or 3 seasons, but we don't do anywhere near enough to advertise it.
  8. Not sure on Callachan. All the hearts fans I know said he looked our of his depth last season. Having never really seen him play, I'll judge him on what he does for us, before I decide whether he's shite or a world beater.
  9. I agree it was a good ball in but, sitting right in line with it, Kerr hesitated and then went with his foot. If he'd reacted straight away and gone with his head (like Shaw) he would certainly have got there first. Kennedy and Tanser should have worked harder to stop Boyle getting the cross in as well though. The one the Hibs fans were going daft about was definitely a corner, by the way. Clearly deflected off Tanser. Another crap decision by the abject East Stand side linesman.
  10. Really poor performance. The middle of the park is obviously our glaring weakness, but the lack of any real leaders in the team is just as worrying. We've lost big players and personalities right down the spine of the team and haven't got anyone to replace them. Once Killie scored the first, it was pretty much a case of how many.
  11. Both beat him at the near post. The first looked like a cross he pushed in, the second was a good strike but his positioning looked dodgy.
  12. Fair enjoyed that as a (almost) neutral. Hibs were brutal in the first half. The spaces being left down the right side were crazy, particularly in the area between Ambrose, McGregor and Whittaker. Lennon must take the blame for that in my view - playing a slow, aging full back in the middle of the park and a central midfielder at right wing back was crazy. Once he got Whittaker off, shifted Slivka into the middle and got Gray out right, the different was huge.
  13. Welcome. Not every Hibs fan thinks that. I sit next to a Hibs season ticket holder at work and he raves about Swanson. He wishes Lennon played him more often.
  14. I thought Scougall started off ok in the first 10 minutes or so, when we were passing the ball around and looking decent. Wright got some joy wide on the right during this period as well. For some reason (not sure if orders from the bench?) Wright and Liam then seemed to start playing far more narrow, which stifled the middle of the park and made it a total shitfest. Really poor stuff today. We are crying out for a left midfielder and someone in the middle to replace Millar.
  15. That's him. Looks like the love child of Liam Craig and Simon Murray. Was linked with st mirren, Dundee United, us and Sunderland in an article I read.
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