Forest-inspired music: part fourteen

Moving swiftly on, we’re up to fourteen on the list of decidedly dodgy Forest music. This track is provided to us by Geoff Blott and ‘the Nottingham boys‘ and certainly has a more interesting sound to it than many of the tracks we’ve seen before in this little series. If there was to be a feature film or similar about Forest, I would imagine this track as the end credits.  It’s one of the many tracks the renaissance of the 1991 FA Cup final spawned.

It’s fairly, erm, ‘epic’ – is that the right term? Possibly not – but without the pomp and uber-cheese it still probably doesn’t qualify as credible music, but with gentle guitar and synthesisers and an almost ethereal voice backed by occasional clumsy crowd samples it really doesn’t sound much like any other Forest-inspired music we’ve had the pleasure of sampling so far. Of course, I wouldn’t go so far as to say that this makes it any good, just a bit different!

So, here is Geoff Blott and the Nottingham boys with We reign supreme! Enjoy!

4 Responses

  1. Hmm, don’t seem to be working.

  2. They all seem to be ‘buffering’ indefinitely 😦

  3. Which could suggest there is nothing to buffer?

    Did you rip the files from the CD correctly? They aren’t 0 bytes long are they?

  4. Definitely ripped and uploaded correctly.. the previous ones were working correctly and aren’t now, so I’m guessing a problem with the streaming mechanism built into the blog.

    I’ll have a little fiddle over the next few days and see if I can fix it..

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