The word “supergroup” has rarely been more overused…

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  • The word “supergroup” has rarely been more overused…
  • Premier Icon Northwind
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    I mean, it’s the dude from Frightened Rabbit, one of the other dudes from Frightened Rabbit, some guy from the Editors that used to be in Yourcodenameis:Milo, and his brother. But still, I’m liking this, in its Biffy Mogwairo way

    Also, that well looks like my garage

    legend
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    mastersystem should be two words – out.

    Premier Icon Northwind
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    Premier Icon thepurist
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    The big question – is the front man a bell end or a decent sort?

    Premier Icon zippykona
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    Nothing wrong with the music though.

    shermer75
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    Good to see there’s an even more obscure supergroup than The Moonlandingz

    Compiled from members of the Eccentronic Research Council and Fat White Family

    sbob
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    Musical blancmange.

    There are only two supergroups I entertain; the Travelling Wilburys and Mr Bungle.

    Everything else is just so boring.

    ETA: tried to give the first vid a second go, but it’s teenage garage band music. YAWN!!!

    Premier Icon funkmasterp
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    Audioslave’s first two albums were pretty good and A Perfect Circle are also decent. I never understood the term supergroup, it’s just musicians doing their thing. I’ll give mastersystem a go as I like Frightened Rabbit. I’d have called it Mega Drive though.

    scud
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    Enjoyed the Them Crooked Vultures album when it came out, even if it was quite low key, Dave Grohl, Joshua Homme and John Paul Jones is quite a group.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Them_Crooked_Vultures

    Premier Icon angeldust
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    There are only two supergroups I entertain; the Travelling Wilburys and Mr Bungle.

    Not sure if you are being serious, and I love the band, but how were Mr Bungle a supergroup?

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