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    (Original post by Amellia123)
    David Bowie, Duran Duran, Sex Pistols, The Clash, Wham!, The Undertones etc etc etc
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    Listening to Rio atm actually
    yasssssssssssssssssssssssss
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    Planet Earth :teehee:
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    Michael Jackson, Prince, George Michael. If you're looking for more modern artists ... Shakira, Adam Lambert and Mika
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    (Original post by CheeseIsVeg)
    yasssssssssssssssssssssssss
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    Planet Earth :teehee:
    Yippee another Duranie! :five:
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    I love Planet Earth - the first album is the best!
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    (Original post by Amellia123)
    Yippee another Duranie! :five:
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    I love Planet Earth - the first album is the best!
    yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasssssss :ahee:
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    it is :yep:
    its the one I have on my phone :teehee:
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    (Original post by CheeseIsVeg)
    yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasssssss :ahee:
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    it is :yep:
    its the one I have on my phone :teehee:
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    Same haha i like the first 3 of their albums - some of their new stuff is ok :teehee:
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    (Original post by CheeseIsVeg)
    yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasssssss :ahee:
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    it is :yep:
    its the one I have on my phone :teehee:
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    Same haha i like the first 3 of their albums - some of their new stuff is ok :teehee:
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    I personally like rubber bands, a controversial choice I know, but just can't get enough of that trademark 'ping'
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    I don't have the slightest clue what my favourites are (everytime I decide, I change ten seconds later)
    Here are some I like that are sort of different to each other:

    The Smiths,
    Dire Straits,
    Moon Hooch (saw these guys live last tuesday, hands down best live show I've ever seen),
    Pulp (gotta love pulp),
    Miles Davis,
    David Bowie (ofc) and
    Roxy Music,
    Iggy Pop and the Stooges (could go on about punk, but I reckon these guys are the zenith).

    I'm gonna stop now, I'll be on forever if I don't
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    Echo and the Bunnymen
    Joy Division
    The Smiths
    The Cure
    The Beatles
    David Bowie
    The Chameleons
    Led Zeppelin
    Thin Lizzy
    The Doors

    Too many to list
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    (Original post by QuantumSnowy)
    I don't have the slightest clue what my favourites are (everytime I decide, I change ten seconds later)
    Here are some I like that are sort of different to each other:

    The Smiths,
    Dire Straits,
    Moon Hooch (saw these guys live last tuesday, hands down best live show I've ever seen),
    Pulp (gotta love pulp),
    Miles Davis,
    David Bowie (ofc) and
    Roxy Music,
    Iggy Pop and the Stooges (could go on about punk, but I reckon these guys are the zenith).

    I'm gonna stop now, I'll be on forever if I don't
    I approve.

    Got two Stooges albums to listen to sometime and also Lust for Life and The Idiot.
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    (Original post by SassKing13)
    I approve.

    Got two Stooges albums to listen to sometime and also Lust for Life and The Idiot.
    Lust for life's a classic, may I ask which Stooges albums, (gunning for Raw Power btw)?
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    (Original post by QuantumSnowy)
    I don't have the slightest clue what my favourites are (everytime I decide, I change ten seconds later)
    Here are some I like that are sort of different to each other:

    The Smiths,
    Dire Straits,
    Moon Hooch (saw these guys live last tuesday, hands down best live show I've ever seen),
    Pulp (gotta love pulp),
    Miles Davis,
    David Bowie (ofc) and
    Roxy Music,
    Iggy Pop and the Stooges (could go on about punk, but I reckon these guys are the zenith).

    I'm gonna stop now, I'll be on forever if I don't
    I've been reccomend end the stooges but I just can't seem to get them... I love the rest though, haven't heard of moon hooch

    Milas Davis
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    (Original post by QuantumSnowy)
    Lust for life's a classic, may I ask which Stooges albums, (gunning for Raw Power btw)?
    The first self-titled one, Fun House and Raw Power yep (three sorry )

    Are you familiar with the band; Television and also, Echo and the Bunnymen?
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    (Original post by Vicky628)
    I've been reccomend end the stooges but I just can't seem to get them... I love the rest though, haven't heard of moon hooch

    Milas Davis
    perhaps they're an aquired taste?

    Moon Hooch are pretty different to the others ngl, but they're a saxophone/percussion trio, who sound good recorded, but live..., like I said, best I've ever seen.

    Here's a taster

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    (Original post by SassKing13)
    The first self-titled one, Fun House and Raw Power yep (three sorry )

    Are you familiar with the band; Television and also, Echo and the Bunnymen?
    Can't say I know Television, Echo and the Bunnymen though are class
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    [QUOTE=QuantumSnowy;66421322]Can't say I know Television, Echo and the Bunnymen though are class[/QUOTE]

    (No idea why your quote messed up...)

    Definiltey They're my favourite band. Seeing them live for the second time tomorrow Television was one of their influences.

    Ahh you should check them out, their first album is one of those essential albums. An album to listen to before you die, you know

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jlbunmCbTBA

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    [QUOTE=SassKing13;66421378]
    (Original post by QuantumSnowy)
    Can't say I know Television, Echo and the Bunnymen though are class[/QUOTE]

    (No idea why your quote messed up...)

    Definiltey They're my favourite band. Seeing them live for the second time tomorrow Television was one of their influences.

    Ahh you should check them out, their first album is one of those essential albums. An album to listen to before you die, you know

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jlbunmCbTBA

    Well, I have something to do tonight, I'm going to see echo in september, can't wait for it!
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    (Original post by SassKing13)

    Well, I have something to do tonight, I'm going to see echo in september, can't wait for it!
    Awesome! Are you quite a fan then? Because I was going to send you two songs of theirs that was Stooges-esque but if you've already heard them then no point haha. They were a fantastic live band in the 80s. I have some live albums of theirs, unbelievably good
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    I've been mostly flipping between Nick Drake and Judas Priest recently.
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    [QUOTE=SassKing13;66421576]
    (Original post by QuantumSnowy)

    Awesome! Are you quite a fan then? Because I was going to send you two songs of theirs that was Stooges-esque but if you've already heard them then no point haha. They were a fantastic live band in the 80s. I have some live albums of theirs, unbelievably good
    I've heard the live albums, and agree completely, I haven't seen them yet though, the concert's the day before my first day of sixth form as well, good way to start the school year
 
 
 
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