Sep 10

Back Once Again With the Ill Behaviour

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The Lollards of Pop return to Freaky Trigger and Resonance FM 104.4 in London!

Exact dates TBC but you know, probably some time next week the first show will be hitting the airwaves and its pod will be cast here, on Freaky Trigger.

Its theme is DANGER.

So help us, O reader, to determine which of these attention-seeking, faux-admonitory albums is the best. But to sound a warning note of our own, we will play some of it on the show.

Which of these ten DANGEROUS albums is the best?

  • Bob Dylan - Blood on the Tracks 31%
  • U2 - Achtung Baby 18%
  • AC/DC - High Voltage 17%
  • Lady Sovereign - Public Warning 13%
  • V/A - Speed Kills (The Very Best in Speed Metal) 8%
  • Michael Jackson - Dangerous 6%
  • Sam Brown - Stop! 3%
  • Stiff Little Fingers - Inflammable Material 3%
  • Bon Jovi - Slippery When Wet 1%
  • Pearl Jam - Yield 0%

Total Voters: 71

Poll closes: 5 Sep 2010 @ 16:15

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  1. 1
    JonnyB on 2 Sep 2010 #

    Golly gosh… Blood on the Tracks for me, big time. I don’t know why I only heard it for the first time recently, having got my fair share of Dylan albums – I guess I resisted its reputation. But it’s brilliant, genuinely brilliant.

    I so SO wanted to like Sam Brown’s album. And I still melt at the title track. But not for me.

  2. 2
    lex on 3 Sep 2010 #

    OMG SMH at the results so far, how is MJ not the runaway winner here?!

  3. 3
    Tracer Hand on 3 Sep 2010 #

    I am honestly sort of shocked at the results so far.

  4. 4
    Pete on 3 Sep 2010 #

    Hey Eli, if you want to play Bon Jovi, then just play Bon Jovi.

  5. 5
    Tracer Hand on 3 Sep 2010 #

    Ooh Pete you know how to talk to me, don’t you

  6. 6
    Jonathan Bogart lugged oot on 3 Sep 2010 #

    Lex: because that album is kind of crap?

    (Genuine question, I only know the singles; I voted for the only album I’ve heard all the way through, which is so far the winner and even I don’t think it should be.)

  7. 7
    lonepilgrim on 3 Sep 2010 #

    The good news is if you play ‘Lily, Rosemary and the Jack of Hearts’ you’ll have half the programme done straightaway

  8. 8
    lex on 4 Sep 2010 #

    “In The Closet” and “Remember The Time” alone make it a worthwhile album, and certainly compared to the utter shit which comprises the rest of the list there’s no reason to be calling any MJ album “kind of crap”.

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    abaffledrepublic on 4 Sep 2010 #

    Unlike the end of year polls on Popular, there’s no ‘none of the above’ option here.

    I’m not familiar with all these albums but the U2 entry is about as dangerous as a sponge.

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