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    Quote Originally Posted by Ceburat1 View Post
    Man that was a long time ago. I was 13 in 1951. Buddy Holly, Early Rock N Roll, and of course, the greatest, Elvis. IMO he still is the greatest. And I almost forgot, the Platters'
    I take it the tracks of my youth don't do a great deal for you then Ceburat1?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Looper View Post
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    I wouldn't have hung around with any goths or head bangers at that age and they wouldn't have wanted to hang with us.
    How many of you are there? Is this some sort of multi-nic confession?

    For people who were teenagers during the 70's, and younger, it was really the transition to a new world, the 80's, with the punks having definitively buried the hippies.

    But that's European history, I don't know if outsiders can really relate to that

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    The things we regret most is the things we didn't do

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aberlour View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Ceburat1 View Post
    Man that was a long time ago. I was 13 in 1951. Buddy Holly, Early Rock N Roll, and of course, the greatest, Elvis. IMO he still is the greatest. And I almost forgot, the Platters'
    I take it the tracks of my youth don't do a great deal for you then Ceburat1?

    No they don,t. I don't know much about and artist since the late sixties. I don't
    like rap music at all nor do I care for classical much. I would say I didn't like noisy music but that would be a lie cause I like a lot of "Ike and Tina Turner" and also most of the "Greatful Dead". When I was younger I loved Louie Armstrong, and later on the sax, jazz player Winton Mar...(sp). I really like the voices of the Platters and Nat King Cole and also his daughter. Some nice music by Nat. So I might say I like a little of most music and dis-like a lot of it. I do like the lady on the cover of "Pump Up The Jam".

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    Matthew Good Band - Everything is Automatic

    Haven't listened to him in awhile.


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    ^ A good one from that year. Here's another good one from then that I listened to ...


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    I wasn't really sure what all this was about, but it was catchy.

    Donna Summer engaged my interest more than...errr...David Soul did.


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    Very similar to Lu. Green Day and Marilyn Manson also

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    This appears to be another gay thread... As a teenage boy, I was listening to:


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    Apart from your input, what it appears to be is a thread without utterly shit music.

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    Whatever shit was on Radio 2 because Mum had control of it.

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    My old man shouting 'get that fcuking TV off and get out and play'. Same in my house now but it's me shouting 'get off those fcuking phones and get out and play'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    This appears to be another gay thread...
    ...in that case, I'm in...mostly Motown + Aretha and other black artists...it wasn't until the advent of Pavarotti that I became interested in white singers...

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    Thirteen..? Loads of punk rock as I recall. Also raging hormones for stars like Debbie Harry (goddess).


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    Quote Originally Posted by kmart View Post
    Thirteen..? Loads of punk rock as I recall. Also raging hormones for stars like Debbie Harry (goddess).

    Me too.Certainly messed up a few bed sheets over Debbie.

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    When I went to parties as a teenager someone with a guitar would start playing this at some point.





    Listening to it again... I think it was much better when we were all stoned.

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    I think was just 13 when this came out:


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