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    newbalancenewbalance
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    Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe – One of the Pioneers of Pop Music:

    #9938 Score: 1
    paul powers tashpaul powers tash
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    Can’t believe this was over 25 years ago.£50-00 inc camping for all three days.

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    paul powers tashpaul powers tash
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    Was lucky to see this absolute legend imo live a couple of times.
    RIP Ziggy

    Glastonbury June 2000

    1. Intro
    2. Wild Is The Wind
    3. China Girl
    4. Changes
    5. Stay
    6. Life On Mars?
    7. Ziggy Stardust
    8. “Heroes”

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    PaganPagan
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    Saw Bowie at Milton Keynes in 83 I think, Nirvana I saw at Trent Polytechnic, they were truly awful, but was reliably told that they would be massive by a record company man who was there…..Pagan

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    paul powers tashpaul powers tash
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    Cheers Pagan.I’m sure I saw Stiff Little Fingers at Nottingham polly
    in the 80’s? I saw REM live at Huddesfield Towns ground in the 90’s
    and Michael Stipe’s voice wasn’t up to it live imo.

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    PaganPagan
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    Last time I saw SLF, they played the Vic, just opposite Derby Train Station, how the mighty have fallen….Pagan

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    newbalancenewbalance
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    For those that are fanatical, you can beat a bit of Erasure. Long live Vince Clarke and Andy Bell who are still filling those arenas.

    1 – A little respect

    2 – Sometimes

    3 – Stop

    Enjoy 🙂

    Speaking of guilty pleasures, love this one from Bananarama circa 1984

    And 2017!!

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    paul powers tashpaul powers tash
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    A few more classics from yesteryear

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    newbalancenewbalance
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    I honestly didn’t know this existed till last Sunday – it seems it wasn’t one of the hidden ones for OASIS.

    This really is sheer Holiday and one of which holds proudness of Brit Pop in the 1990s.

    Columbia!

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    newbalancenewbalance
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    Bit tired and lazy to actually put the vids on, but found a couple of well-known tracks from Stereo Mcs

    Funky back in the early 90s 🙂

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    Chucky McChuckfaceChucky McChuckface
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    RIP

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    maverick1973maverick1973
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    Very young @46,R.I.P.

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    paul powers tashpaul powers tash
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    RIP Dolores.Voice of an angel.

    This cover is magnificent imo.

    and this

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    newbalancenewbalance
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    Caught on BT Sport earlier today of a certain Frank Lampard listening to the New Kids 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

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    paul powers tashpaul powers tash
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    I heard this on the radio the other day.

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    #15154 Score: 0
    newbalancenewbalance
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    Fat of the land of one of my fave Albums owned – heaven knowns where my actual cd’s disappeared too lol. 🙂

    Brilliant step up from Prodigy’s Experience Album.

    Breathe back in 1997 🙂

    “Breathe the pressure
    Come play my game, I’ll test ya
    Psychosomatic, addict, insane”

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    Anonymous
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    Rory Gallagher has been dead for decades now btw.

    As for Liam, I was a massive oasis fan for years, they went downhill slowly but had some good songs along the way. Liams stuff on his own isn’t very good for me. I mean it’s alright. I wouldn’t buy anything from him though. I thought Noels first album after leaving Oasis was very good though.

    Stepping away from the Gallaghers, my favourite musician by some way is David Bowie.

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    #15157 Score: 1
    paul powers tashpaul powers tash
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    Can’t belive this is nearly 22 years old

    0:00:52 The Swamp Song
    0:04:18 Acquiesce
    0:08:45 Supersonic**
    0:13:40 Hello**
    0:17:09 Some Might Say
    0:22:22 Roll With It** (originally from there and then dvd but vhs version used since its copyrighted.)
    0:26:55 Morning Glory**
    0:31:14 Round Are Way
    0:36:11 Cigarettes and Alcohol**
    0:40:57 Champagne Supernova**
    0:51:08 Whatever (restarted with Noel on vocals; 0:52:10)
    0:57:47 Cast No Shadow
    1:02:13 Wonderwall** (originally from there and then dvd but vhs version used since its copyrighted.)
    1:06:32 The Masterplan
    1:12:20 Don’t Look Back In Anger
    1:17:24 LIVE FOREVER
    Encore:
    1:22:02 I Am The Walrus** (Beatles cover)
    1:34:06 Cum On Feel The Noize (Slade cover)

    Happy days 🙂

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    #15158 Score: 1
    paul powers tashpaul powers tash
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    Spot on NB.Loved the Prodigy.

    Mak.Liam’s latest album is right up there with early Oasis stuff (imo).
    I agree his Beady eye days were awful musically speaking (imo)

    I agree re: Bowie pal 🙂

    newbalance
    #15159 Score: 1
    newbalancenewbalance
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    PPT,

    I’ll have to look into it properly tomorrow mate as I did find vids of Charly and Everybody In Your Place recorded by Liam in his bedroom using those 3.5 Floppy Disks with a certain Keyboard.

    I think Charly, and NJOI – Live In Manchester is what got me into Rave.

    Was too young lol and wasn’t aware Sunrise 1989 in August happened! 😀

    That was just one Hot Summer, wow.

    paul powers tash
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