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  1. I think this has now sold out everywhere.
  2. Has anyone checked out the Osymyso remixes on the Warp20 Elemental disc yet? Just listening to them today. Favourites are Part 06 and Part 11 so far. When Eyen comes in near the end of the Part 11 it's a proper 'woah' moment. One of my favourites tracks anyway - it's great hearing so many snatches of great Warp moments cooked up so expertly together.
  3. That's a great analysis - I can definitely see where you're coming from with regards to the nostalgic elements. The section at the beginning where he walks around the museum deciding where to hide is both funny and quite amazing given the level of detail given. I still have the third Cosmic Trigger to read, too.
  4. Yes. It's proving far lighter and (therefore) slightly more enjoyable than The Illuminatus! Trilogy was so far, which is about the only thing I have read which I can compare it to. Whether it feels as fulfilling by the time I've finished it I'm not quite sure. Have you read it, and if so what did you make of it (without giving anything away - I'm still very early on in it)?
  5. Stretching the definition of 'rap line' there, but still.
  6. OK, maybe not eight, but so far I've read Nineteen Eight-Four (Orwell), Brave New World (Huxley) and Utopia (More), along with a load of short stories including some other works from Wells, and I have News From Nowhere (Morris) and The Republic (Plato) on the shelf. I am also considering getting the satirical Erewhon. I have to say that More's work is my favourite so far.
  7. Probably the eighth book I've read on Utopias so far in the last few months.
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