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* LongRunnerLineUp: This band is a Type 3.

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* LongRunnerLineUp: This band is a Type 3.
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* SeanConneryIsAboutToShootYou: The cover art of ''Tarantula'' is a revolver pointed at the "camera", showing how hearing the album feels like.

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* SeanConneryIsAboutToShootYou: The ''Tarantula'''s cover art of ''Tarantula'' is a revolver pointed at the "camera", showing how hearing listening to the album feels like.
6th Mar '18 4:09:49 PM bt8257
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** "Seagull", which if the vocals are ignored, pretty much serves as an EpicInstrumentalOpener for ''Nowhere''.

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** "Seagull", which if the vocals are ignored, pretty much serves as an EpicInstrumentalOpener for ''Nowhere''.
6th Mar '18 4:00:30 PM bt8257
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** Don't forget "Seagull", which if the vocals are ignored, pretty much serves as an EpicInstrumentalOpener for ''Nowhere''.

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** Don't forget "Seagull", which if the vocals are ignored, pretty much serves as an EpicInstrumentalOpener for ''Nowhere''.
29th Jan '18 11:56:46 AM bt8257
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* EpicInstrumentalOpener: {{Inverted|Trope}} with "Cali"; the extended instrumental portion ends the song instead.

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* EpicInstrumentalOpener: {{Inverted|Trope}} with "Cali"; the "Cali" has an extended instrumental portion ends that [[InvertedTrope ends]] the song instead.song.



* SeanConneryIsAboutToShootYou: On the cover of ''Tarantula'' is a hand pointing a revolver at the "camera", showing what listening to the album feels like.

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* SeanConneryIsAboutToShootYou: On the The cover art of ''Tarantula'' is a hand pointing a revolver pointed at the "camera", showing what listening to how hearing the album feels like.
28th Jan '18 4:53:08 AM bwehehehe
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* ''Tomorrow's Shore'' (EP) - 2018
30th Dec '17 4:59:51 PM bt8257
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Ride are a {{shoegazing}} band from Oxford, England. They were active from 1988 to 1996, made a one-off appearance in 2001, then reunited in 2014 for a 2015 tour in Europe and North America, and are still going today. They were part of the wave of popular shoegazing bands that arrived in the wake of Music/MyBloodyValentine, such as Music/{{Slowdive}} and Music/{{Lush}}. While not having My Bloody Valentine's monstrously imposing sound, Slowdive's DreamPop tendencies, or Lush's spaciness, they distinguished themselves mainly through a more aggressive, faster-paced sound that drew from classic rock and PunkRock, and their all-male lineup (My Bloody Valentine, Slowdive and Lush had at least one female member).

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Ride are a {{shoegazing}} band from Oxford, England. They were active from 1988 to 1996, made a one-off appearance in 2001, then reunited in 2014 for a 2015 tour in Europe and North America, and are still going today. They were part of the wave of popular shoegazing bands that arrived in the wake of Music/MyBloodyValentine, such as Music/{{Slowdive}} and Music/{{Lush}}. While not having My Bloody Valentine's monstrously imposing sound, Slowdive's DreamPop tendencies, or Lush's spaciness, they distinguished themselves mainly through a more aggressive, faster-paced sound that drew from classic rock and PunkRock, and their all-male lineup (My Bloody Valentine, Slowdive and Lush had have/had at least one one/two female member).
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* TextlessAlbumCover: ''Nowhere'', depending on the printing. Some of the earlier, rarer prints have the name of the album and band on it; nearly all of the vinyl copies have that.

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* TextlessAlbumCover: ''Nowhere'', depending on the printing. Some of the earlier, rarer prints have the name of the album and band name on it; nearly all of the vinyl copies have that.
30th Dec '17 4:36:19 PM bt8257
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* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: "Seagull" swipes the bassline from "Taxman" by Music/TheBeatles; "Chelsea Girl" nicks the guitar melody from "Ticket to Ride".

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* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: "Seagull" swipes the bassline from "Taxman" [[Music/{{Revolver}} "Taxman"]] by Music/TheBeatles; "Chelsea Girl" nicks the guitar melody from [[Music/{{Help}} "Ticket to Ride".Ride"]].
29th Dec '17 6:30:18 PM bt8257
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* EpicInstrumentalOpener: {{Inverted|Trope}} with "Cali"; the extended instrumental portion ends the song instead.



* FourMoreMeasures: In "Dreams Burn Down".

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* FourMoreMeasures: In "Dreams Burn Down".Down"


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* SpellingSong: "Cali", just before the ending instrumental part; "C-A-L-I, summer is gone".
21st Nov '17 11:59:15 PM bt8257
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Their first two albums ''Nowhere'' and ''Going Blank Again'' have been enshrined in the canon of essential shoegazing albums, with the former sometimes being considered the genre's second best effort after ''Music/{{Loveless}}'', and the latter toning down the shoegaze tendencies in favour of influences drawn from {{Grunge}} (the band-members admit to being inspired by Music/{{Nirvana}}'s ''Music/{{Nevermind}}'' while recording), PowerPop and classic rock, giving it a sort of proto-{{Britpop}} sound. Once shoegazing collapsed, the band tried to stay relevant by reinventing itself as a full-on {{Britpop}} act with ''Carnival of Light'', which gained them some positive notice but no chart success, and increasing tension between songwriters Bell and Gardener led the band to break up during the recording of ''Tarantula''. During their breakup, Andy Bell served as Music/{{Oasis}}' bass player.

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Their first two albums ''Nowhere'' and ''Going Blank Again'' have been enshrined in the canon of essential shoegazing albums, with the former sometimes being considered the genre's second best effort after ''Music/{{Loveless}}'', and the latter toning down the shoegaze tendencies in favour of influences drawn from {{Grunge}} (the band-members admit to being inspired by Music/{{Nirvana}}'s ''Music/{{Nevermind}}'' while recording), PowerPop and classic rock, giving it a sort of proto-{{Britpop}} sound. Once shoegazing collapsed, the band tried to stay relevant by reinventing itself as a full-on {{Britpop}} act with ''Carnival of Light'', which gained them some positive notice but no chart success, and increasing tension between songwriters Bell and Gardener led the band to break up during the recording of ''Tarantula''. During their breakup, break-up, Andy Bell served as Music/{{Oasis}}' bass player.
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