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Duggy
Wed Aug 07 2013, 08:01PM
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The B-side has all the sound effects.

That white guy singing must be hung like a pony
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Wed Aug 07 2013, 08:06PM
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Similar time.

Will Smith covered this, but I prefer the original.
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Wed Aug 07 2013, 08:11PM
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In the late 70's early 80's the Brits, again led the world with the New Romantic scene.
Steve strange formed Visage, he also opened Camden Palace in London, in its hay day the top club in the UK.

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Duggy
Wed Aug 07 2013, 08:20PM
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I will leave you, with a band I still listen too a lot
Dr Feelgood live 75 in Finland.

"this shit rocks"
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Sat Aug 10 2013, 01:37PM
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My favorite band to drive too !!
I really miss the A5 from Frankfurt to Darmstadt ??


And if you ever drive there check out the "Ausfahrt Morfelden " there is a really neat grave !!( historically)

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Tue Aug 13 2013, 10:14PM
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In two weeks I get too meet him.

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Sat Aug 17 2013, 09:28PM
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A lot of you may not know Gary Numan.
He started off in the late 70's as Tubeway Army, some of his early hits you will here today covered by other artists.
He is also a very accomplished pilot, & is air show rated, although in the UK he is more famous for his crashes!
I love his music, enjoy.
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Duggy
Tue Aug 20 2013, 09:19PM
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I played this in 81/2 I think, sort of sad , that they never got what they deserved, as the dance floor moved a lot more than Duran Duran or the other top UK bands.

I still listen to there first albums.




[ Edited Fri Oct 17 2014, 10:12PM ]
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Duggy
Sat Aug 24 2013, 09:37PM
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This band never made it really big.
But made some of the best rock songs ever.


And they are still going!
Metallica's version.

" Breadfan" means -- Love of money in English.

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Duggy
Sun Sep 01 2013, 10:55PM
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Getting back too the club scene.
A lot of music was launched under the name of "DISCO", when in fact it was Funk,R&B, or House, or new wave. (etc)
It really was exciting times to be a DJ.

The David Bowie version was not as successful.
The GAY music seen also started to have a huge impact on the dance floor.

Some absolute classics came out.


Above both from Rose Royce, more famous for "Carwash" but these two songs, you will probably know from other artist's.
I leave you with a band I grew up with.




















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