Wallflux: This Facebook Group is the official forum for listeners of progressive rock band, Big Big Train Our aim is for this to be a friendly and good-natured place so please treat all members and their comments with respect. Comments may read differently to different people and a 'smiley face' on a commen...
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Stuart Harris wrote on Big Big Train's wall: Really enjoying The Secret Science of Pop I do hope they can't pinpoint what makes a hit record. (1 comment)
Morgan Smith posted a link to Big Big Train's wall: this is worth a listen, brand new uk band (5 likes, 2 comments)
Iris Hidding posted a link to Big Big Train's wall: My latest album review! :D O.R.k. (with Colin Edwin and Pat Mastelotto) - Soul Of An Octopus
Mark Stuart Ramsay posted a video on Big Big Train's wall: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kbi1PpfiH4Q Afternoon folks. One of my rare post to this group. Really interesting interview. Quote "There is too much music in the world" . (1 like, 1 comment)
Roger Trenwith posted a photo on Big Big Train's wall: From the town that brought you Doc Marten's, and...err...that's it, probably :)
Thomas Hatton posted a link to Big Big Train's wall: I don't know what's more controversial: politics, religion, or Genesis. Either way, I thought I'd stir up some controversy with a piece on the proggiest Genesis pieces post Gabriel. How'd I do? Anything you'd add/take away? (5 likes, 11 comments)
David Bromberg wrote on Big Big Train's wall: I'm listening to the Beatles in hi-res stereo and thinking....Should Steven Wilson remix them? These 1960s stereo mixes are primitive and I think they deserve a full remix. Anyone with me? (5 comments)
Meetwood Flac wrote on Big Big Train's wall: This is something rather special from Jon Kirkman- don't miss out :)
Nick Simon posted a video on Big Big Train's wall: Hurrah! New Pye Hastings album. (3 likes)
Stephen Lambe posted a photo on Big Big Train's wall: Alan Reed - Honey on the Razor's Edge - released March 14th Alan’s second solo album picks up where the Celtic sweep of his debut left off. But this time there’s a harder -edged incisiveness more reminiscent of his work with Pallas. The acoustic under-pinning of the last album takes a back seat behind driving guitars and exuberant keyboards. Lyrically it’s angry and direct, covering everything from the frustrations of struggling and moribund relationships to the rise of the post-truth... (2 likes, 1 comment)
James R Turner posted a link to Big Big Train's wall: Any fans of Vangelis here?
Mike Bowler posted a link to Big Big Train's wall: Right then, all passengers with metal detecting equipment, shovels etc report to Sue's house, we have to start somewhere, her back garden is as good as any. Get the kettle on Sue, 4910 passengers in need of refreshment (4911 members at the mo, but I know you don't drink tea) (2 likes, 1 comment)
Martin Hutchinson wrote on Big Big Train's wall: 80's AOR one of your guilty pleasures? Well look no further than this, a new album out from Night Ranger and it's bloody good! (2 likes, 1 comment)
Andreas Mowinckel posted a video on Big Big Train's wall: Suspecting some of the passengers here might enjoy this despite the quality (... or rather lack thereof). Anyway, this is Tiger Moth Tales live at Boston Music Room last Sunday. Very enjoyable (as a mather of fact it was beyond awasome, but then again I'm a big fan), and hopfully more of you will get the opportunity to see him play during the BBT weekend.
Simon Kelly posted a link to Big Big Train's wall: From one of Britain's greatest songwriters,comes this acoustic based compilation album. John Martyn is sadly missed! This will be a reminder to everyone just how good a talent he was! (8 likes)
Martin Hutchinson posted a video on Big Big Train's wall: NP...
Paolo Limoli posted a photo on Big Big Train's wall: The company Favini has published 3 artworks that I made with their papers, inspired by BBT songs: Summer's Lease, The Transit Of Venus Across The Sun and The First Rebreather. Which one do you like the most? Put a Like on the picture! Thank you <3 :) (1 like)
Martin Hutchinson posted a link to Big Big Train's wall: My Djam Karet review
Rod Moor-Bardell posted a link to Big Big Train's wall: Slightly different from the usual fare - but anyone who likes US Funk Rock band, The Dan Reed Network, they are currently touring the UK - I shall be attending their opening gig in Swindon tomorrow night. Details here (1 like)
Greg Spawton wrote on Big Big Train's wall: PRE-ORDER INFORMATION: The CD version of Grimspound will be on pre-order at our official stores at Burning Shed and The Merch Desk at around 6pm on Thursday this week. Burning Shed will also be offering the vinyl release and my understanding is that there will be a limited edition clear vinyl release alongside the normal black vinyl version. All of the band will be signing cover-art postcards which will accompany the first few hundred vinyl copies and the vinyl version also comes with a complim... (49 likes, 6 comments)