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AppyDAZE

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  1. The Musical Box, I think they're called. I've seen them on Youtube.
  2. Never going to be huge due to their approach, but a great band form the 90s is Pavement, in my opinion. 4 excellent albums, and one that I can take or leave.
  3. Hackett was an important figure in Genesis too. And he was gradually getting phased out of their sound. I can go as far as Wind and Wuthering, then I'm out.
  4. Comes over really well. Well proud of this guy. Well done, Paul ******* great interview. And well done H&J too.
  5. Spot on @RobboredIt's all about taste and to call something dreadful because it isn't the type of music you like is just plain stupid. The voice of reason, Robbo . Top man.
  6. It was. i think he said Junior Bent, and they tell me he is. Really clever.
  7. Totally with you on this @Major Isewater So talented, but after about News of the world, I have little interest. BUT I still consider myself a huge Queen fan for the earlier stuff. it is brilliant.
  8. Guitar, bass, drums as one living entity. Tighter than a .... No, I'd better not
  9. Very true. The one act that sounded equally amazing in the studio AND live has to be Zeppelin. The album released fairly recently, by that i mean well after they were finished, was How The West Was Won (recorded live 72 ish I think) Phenomenal live recording. The guitar playing is almost unreal on this, and I'm not exaggerating . It is a long performance too. They were really clever, clever guys Listening now and my memory has served me well. Fantastic recording.
  10. In other words... Jonathan Ross during his very long hair days (and probably in a few weeks from now) Actually, there is a bit of the (older version) of David Coverdale about this too
  11. Not really a reply to where's Nigel. I made an error there.
  12. I had the first three albums already, but it was 1980 and Black Sea coming out when I knew i was a massive fan. Saw them in 81 (?) at The Studio or whatever it was called, I think (the one next to the Ice rink) and they were OK, but always better on record. And Andy was probably starting to have a lot of problems by now.
  13. Difford is another genius with words. Yes, genius.
  14. Yes, the album track with the scratchy record intro. ****, WHAT a band Slightly jealous of Swindon on this one actually :laugh:
  15. For what it's worth, No Thugs In Our House has one of the best lyrics ever written by anyone, IMO. Andy Partridge was / is a really, really smart intelligent songwriter and he had a way with words that is truly astounding. Respectable Street is another incredible satirical piece of class. Long Live XTC!
  16. Or as the BBC used to say, a record by the Sex Pistols
  17. Not aware of this . another one i can check some time.
  18. More random quality albums... pretty much every XTC album Shakespeare Alabama - Diesel Park West (brilliant) Turn Back - Toto (guitarist phenomenal) hated by many, not me Home - Procol Harum Grand Hotel - Procol Harum Psychomodo - Cockney Rebel Kimono My House - Sparks I know, i'll shut up and leave you all alone now
  19. Amendment: Heard the album "Steve McQueen" today in its entirety. I DON'T hate both, this is a very good album. Cheers @Port Said Red
  20. I saw them once in about 1980. They were good but the thing about it that I still remember today is they were quiet. You could almost talk to each other when they were on. Weird. Kept thinking turn it up FFS. and this was an electric set.
  21. Randomly... some great albums by people had some success, or quite a lot of success in some cases Cool for cats album - squeeze the hurting - tears for fears you cant hide your love forever - orange juice
  22. I'll give you this, i'm liking this record. i was wrong about these.
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