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    (Original post by SassKing13)
    Yeah, I know what you mean Ah, that's so cool! I know how you feel somewhat too, I love finding early performances by Echo and the Bunnymen that I haven't seen before on YouTube £1? That's awesome!
    Haha yeah! The early ones are the best! (Or so i find anyways) Very early performances of bands tend yo be very lively and more what you would expect from a live concert - i tend to find when bands progress and get very famous, they also begin to try to hard to please a crowd.

    Yep £1!! I dont think there is a link to on youtube (tho i shall have a look) as its a BBC concert, but i shall have a search!

    It doesnt say, but i think this is a section of that concert, the versions of the songs are the same anyways

    https://youtu.be/NOggEK1Thao
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    Haha yep! :yep: omg really? Thats just rediculous (and quite funny :lol:) if i aak someone to explain something id like them to be thorough, not justva 2 second answer! :rofl:

    Ahh dont worry about it - i log off at 9ish anyways!
    yeah :lol: i could talk for ages if i feel conformable with the people i'm with

    okay
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    that live version is really good
    but i think my favourite live song from duran duran is this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fdYVHxoMNDs
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    (Original post by Amellia123)
    Haha yeah! The early ones are the best! (Or so i find anyways) Very early performances of bands tend yo be very lively and more what you would expect from a live concert - i tend to find when bands progress and get very famous, they also begin to try to hard to please a crowd.

    Yep £1!! I dont think there is a link to on youtube (tho i shall have a look) as its a BBC concert, but i shall have a search!

    It doesnt say, but i think this is a section of that concert, the versions of the songs are the same anyways

    https://youtu.be/NOggEK1Thao
    I think that's usually the case. Yeah I know what you mean... U2 were even doing it early on, but it can get slightly irritating with Bono always trying to do some daring thing at a concert, you know? Like he's always climbing scaffoldings :rofl: Still though, they were an amazing live band.

    That's so cool

    I enjoyed that I think I like early Duran Duran the best I like the early outfits XD I have an early performance for you in return:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NrSrOd7XDdE
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    (Original post by bookworm246love)
    yeah :lol: i could talk for ages if i feel conformable with the people i'm with

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    (Original post by bookworm246love)
    that live version is really good
    but i think my favourite live song from duran duran is this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fdYVHxoMNDs
    Haha same :lol: I can be a bit odd tho at times, like quite eccentric
    You like Duran Duran? :party: they happen to be my all time favourite band :blushing: i like their live 1981 performances and the first album best!! Omg Girls On Film is fantastic!!! :woo: great performance too!
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    (Original post by SassKing13)
    I think that's usually the case. Yeah I know what you mean... U2 were even doing it early on, but it can get slightly irritating with Bono always trying to do some daring thing at a concert, you know? Like he's always climbing scaffoldings :rofl: Still though, they were an amazing live band.

    That's so cool

    I enjoyed that I think I like early Duran Duran the best I like the early outfits XD I have an early performance for you in return:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NrSrOd7XDdE
    Ive never been a U2 fan really, but i get what you mean about about Bono :lol: hes just one of those people who genuinly annoys me for some reason :rofl: i find him a bit.... Of a try hard :lol:

    Same actually! Their 1981 performancea (live and totp) were the best ones, the set lists were so good! And i agree about the the outfits/styles :rofl:

    I liked that early(?) Crocodiles version, a tiny part (well a reasonably sized part) of me would quite liked to have seen them in their hay-day.... How awesome would that be?!
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    (Original post by Amellia123)
    Haha same :lol: I can be a bit odd tho at times, like quite eccentric
    You like Duran Duran? :party: they happen to be my all time favourite band :blushing: i like their live 1981 performances and the first album best!! Omg Girls On Film is fantastic!!! :woo: great performance too!
    same here :lol:

    and yes, they are one of my favourite older bands :love: yeah, saw from your previous posts

    that's my favourite live version of any of their songs, but the live version of rio from 1981 is great too i think my favourite all time band is the smiths :love:
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    (Original post by Amellia123)
    Ive never been a U2 fan really, but i get what you mean about about Bono :lol: hes just one of those people who genuinly annoys me for some reason :rofl: i find him a bit.... Of a try hard :lol:

    Same actually! Their 1981 performancea (live and totp) were the best ones, the set lists were so good! And i agree about the the outfits/styles :rofl:

    I liked that early(?) Crocodiles version, a tiny part (well a reasonably sized part) of me would quite liked to have seen them in their hay-day.... How awesome would that be?!
    Oh God I know what you mean :rofl:

    Yeah I think it's early... He mentions about doing the "old one", so I think it's early... Well of course I'm going to agree Would of been fantastic!
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    (Original post by bookworm246love)
    i really like them

    omg, so lucky :love:

    yeah, it's a great song but not their best i think
    (the echo and the bunny men cover is actually better then the original, i think :rofl:)

    these are my favourite ones
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=62ckXALWn1M
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EkbpmFOuKrc
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3qK82JvRY5s
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KisHhIRihMY
    Awesome They were so influential...

    I've only listened to their first album. I don't actually know any of the ones you posted (other than Sunday Morning) (oddly ) so I'd prefer to wait until I hear them for the first time on the albums rather than listen now. More special that way, you know
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    (Original post by SassKing13)
    Awesome They were so influential...

    I've only listened to their first album. I don't actually know any of the ones you posted (other than Sunday Morning) (oddly ) so I'd prefer to wait until I hear them for the first time on the albums rather than listen now. More special that way, you know
    yeah, they were

    completely understand
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    (Original post by bookworm246love)
    same here :lol:

    and yes, they are one of my favourite older bands :love: yeah, saw from your previous posts

    that's my favourite live version of any of their songs, but the live version of rio from 1981 is great too i think my favourite all time band is the smiths :love:
    Haha i honestly think its a good thing beats being boring!!

    Aww thats fantastic!! Their original stuff is awesome! Haha oops sorry i have pretty much plastered Duran Duran all over the site tbh :lol: you wouldnt mind if i added you to my society would you?

    Is it really? Haha cool it is awesome have you ever heard the original Girls on Film? (I say original, i mean with the 'complete line up i agree with you there! I do quite like The Smiths, theyre brilliant! I have a friend at school and theyre her favourite too!

    PS I was searching for this earlier - its my favourite of their performances!
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    (Original post by SassKing13)
    Oh God I know what you mean :rofl:

    Yeah I think it's early... He mentions about doing the "old one", so I think it's early... Well of course I'm going to agree Would of been fantastic!
    Hahaha i feel a bit mean doing a McCulloch on him, U2 were (are) obviously very popular!
    Haha oh right! He's so baby faced in it, so i thought it may be an early one :lol:

    Haha duh i would have died of shock if youd have said 'actually i prefer Wham now) :rofl: hahaha ikr!!
    i still plan on seeing some 'older' bands when im at uni (hopefully) - Rolling Stones are at the top but it will break my uni bugdet :lol:

    PS after a bit of searching I found half of The Hammersmith concert - I think the songs on this particular video are the best ones!
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    (Original post by Amellia123)
    Hahaha i feel a bit mean doing a McCulloch on him, U2 were (are) obviously very popular!
    Haha oh right! He's so baby faced in it, so i thought it may be an early one :lol:

    Haha duh i would have died of shock if youd have said 'actually i prefer Wham now) :rofl: hahaha ikr!!
    i still plan on seeing some 'older' bands when im at uni (hopefully) - Rolling Stones are at the top but it will break my uni bugdet :lol:

    PS after a bit of searching I found half of The Hammersmith concert - I think the songs on this particular video are the best ones!
    Haha I know what you mean though :lol: Some of the stuff he does can be a bit cringe-worthy :rofl:
    Haha ah I see It's also from 1980, and they only formed the year before, so it is early yeah

    :rofl:
    Cool Hopefully you can. That would be so cool! My dad mentioned about one day seeing The Who (even though there's obviously only two original members left). You just don't think you'll ever see these massive bands, but it would be great... I'd also like to see Suede and The Cure. U2 too, but that might be unlikely

    Awesome I saw that you posted this in the music thread. I was going to comment on it. I listened to a bit of Friends Of Mine at the start. I think that's one of my favourite Duran Duran songs, along with Careless Memories. I've bookmarked it to watch later I'll let you know what I think of it when I get around to watching it
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    (Original post by Amellia123)
    Haha i honestly think its a good thing beats being boring!!

    Aww thats fantastic!! Their original stuff is awesome! Haha oops sorry i have pretty much plastered Duran Duran all over the site tbh :lol: you wouldnt mind if i added you to my society would you?

    Is it really? Haha cool it is awesome have you ever heard the original Girls on Film? (I say original, i mean with the 'complete line up i agree with you there! I do quite like The Smiths, theyre brilliant! I have a friend at school and theyre her favourite too!

    PS I was searching for this earlier - its my favourite of their performances!
    yeah, most definitely why be boring, when you can be interesting?

    there original stuff is defintely awesome and i don't mind, all the better :rofl: and no, i would love to be a part of your society

    yeah, and rio :love: my favourite two songs from duran duran i think, what are you favourite songs by them? and no well, i don't think i have... could you give me the link for it? would love to hear it yeah, think my favourite by them (the smiths ) is there is a light that never goes out and this charming man they are my favourites along with the cure and joy division, spandau ballet, tears for fears, bob dylan, the velvet underground, the smashing pumpkins, the police, europe, the eagles, smash mouth, the doors, jimi hendrix, van morrison, david bowie, phil collins, (not too sure what to make of genesis quite yet), queen, the la's, the rolling stones, a-ha, blue oyster cult, the cars, simple minds, the charlatans, dire straits, eurythmics, roxy music, echo and the bunnymen, john lennon, (and the beatles, of course although i doubt that's your thing), nick drake, the who, u2 and orchestral manevores in the dark, the stone roses, simon and garfunkel, the moody blues, nirvana, and fleetwood mac i know that's a long list :rofl: i just couldn't leave anyone out, just had to keep adding to the list... what others do you like?

    (i do like more modern stuff too, if you're wondering but i'm sure you're more interested in older music like sass king )

    also that performance was really good listened/watched it all... i really like girls on film (obviously ), on the road (?), and the last song (not too sure what it is). also it was in hammersmith, did you say?
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    (Original post by SassKing13)
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    was binge watching a show earlier and this happened... made me laugh and think of you two

    (also makes me sad to think that there are people out there who don't know who they are :cry2:)

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    (Original post by bookworm246love)
    was binge watching a show earlier and this happened... made me laugh and think of you two

    (also makes me sad to think that there are people out there who don't know who they are :cry2:)

    Hahaha I've watched that program before

    I can't believe people don't... They're definitely one of the biggest bands of all time.
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    (Original post by SassKing13)
    Hahaha I've watched that program before

    I can't believe people don't... They're definitely one of the biggest bands of all time.
    really? just doesn't seem to be your type of thing haha

    yeah, definitely.... i think that at lest everyone should know about the smiths, let alone any other band which are/were influential, even on modern day music
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    (Original post by bookworm246love)
    yeah, most definitely why be boring, when you can be interesting?

    there original stuff is defintely awesome and i don't mind, all the better :rofl: and no, i would love to be a part of your society

    yeah, and rio :love: my favourite two songs from duran duran i think, what are you favourite songs by them? and no well, i don't think i have... could you give me the link for it? would love to hear it yeah, think my favourite by them (the smiths ) is there is a light that never goes out and this charming man they are my favourites along with the cure and joy division, spandau ballet, tears for fears, the police, david bowie, phil collins, (not too sure what to make of genesis quite yet), queen, the la's, the rolling stones, a-ha, blue oyster cult, the cars, the charlatans, dire straits, eurythmics, roxy music, echo and the bunnymen, john lennon, (and the beatles, of course although i doubt that's your thing), nick drake, the who, u2 and orchestral manevores in the dark, the stone roses, simon and garfunkel, the moody blues, nirvana, and fleetwood mac i know that's a long list :rofl: what others do you like?

    (i do like more modern stuff too, if you're wondering but i'm sure you're more interested in older music like sass king )

    also that performance was really good listened/watched it all... i really like girls on film (obviously ), on the road (?), and the last song (not too sure what it is). also it was in hammersmith, did you say?
    The La's... That album is fantastic Every song is great. A perfect album.

    I have Nick Drake's three albums Listened to the first one so far.

    OMD are also good I have their first 4 albums. As are Tears for Fears, I have their three albums too.

    And The Cars are awesome

    I really like this Moody Blues song
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uO3IG-oRpis

    Also if you get some time (let me know what you think )
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PuIvLAtp0sc
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    (Original post by bookworm246love)
    really? just doesn't seem to be your type of thing haha

    yeah, definitely.... i think that at lest everyone should know about the smiths, let alone any other band which are/were influential, even on modern day music
    Yeah It was a while ago though

    I agree I think Echo and the Bunnymen deserve more recognition... Ian McCulloch was doing the loudmouth thing before Liam Gallagher was :rofl:
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    (Original post by bookworm246love)
    really? just doesn't seem to be your type of thing haha

    yeah, definitely.... i think that at lest everyone should know about the smiths, let alone any other band which are/were influential, even on modern day music
    Ooh, do you like/have you heard of INXS?
 
 
 
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