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Oldies but goodies!!!

Discussion in 'Whatnots' started by DarkGoddess, Jun 17, 2003.

  1. DarkGoddess Gems: 9/31
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    In my too long absence, I noticed that I amused myself by listening to music, day after day, night after night. And I really didn't listen to anything new, you know, all the old stuff, like pre-2000 music. Ah, 1999, a good year for music.

    Anyways, I wanted to know, like what CD's and albums you guys still enjoy listening to, even though it's "old." Me? I like Our Lady Peace's "Happiness is not a Fish that you can Catch," Red Hot Chili Peppers' "Californication," and No Doubt's "Return to Saturn." I could listen to these all day. You?
     
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    Any metal/thrash music that came out in the 80's and early 90's :)
     
  3. Splunge

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    Pre-2000? Old stuff ?? Boy, I must really be an old fart. :( To me, anything released after 1989 is new, and “Classic Rock” is from the 70’s. I actually know what an album looks like.

    Now , if you’ll excuse me, my bursitis is starting to act up, and my dentures need cleaning…
     
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    phil collins, era, enya, some metallica, lots of different stuff. Robbie Williams ofcourse.

    I'd say 1999 is rather new music too. Guess it depends on age, since a song like breakfast at tiffanies would be I consider an oldie but goodie.
    Roxette in the early years rocked! :D
     
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    :love: Siouxsie and the Banshees :love:
    The Cure
    R.E.M.
    Nick Cave
    Jethro Tull
    Iron Maiden

    Actualy, I listen 80s' music more than any other
     
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    John Mayall's Blues Breakers
    Led Zeppelin
    White Stripes

    Pearl Jam and Nirvana used to be real favourites of mine, but I hardly listen to them at all. I'm getting right into blues so i listen to a lot of random bluesy things.
     
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    Stuff I like from the eighties...hmm...

    Violent Femmes
    The Clash
    The Smiths (I'm not gay though...sorta desperate, but not gay)
    U2
    The Police
    Bad Religion

    ...and some others I can't remember but will bop my head to in the future
     
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    Iron Maiden and Metallica in the eighties, great music!
     
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    Definitely Metallica, Maiden and Slayer. \m/ Metaaaaaal \m/
     
  10. Master of Nuhn

    Master of Nuhn Wear it like a crown Veteran Pillars of Eternity SP Immortalizer (for helping immortalize Sorcerer's Place in the game!) Torment: Tides of Numenera SP Immortalizer (for helping immortalize Sorcerer's Place in the game!)

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    Dire Straits
    The Police
    Supertramp
    Marillion
    Alan Parson's Project
    Stevie Wonder

    Miles Davis
    Herbie Hancock
    Art Blakey and the Jazzmessengers
    Booker T and the MGs
    James Brown

    Old enough?
     
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    Let's go back a little farther, shall we?
    Santant - Abraxas
    Al Stewart - Past, Present, and Future
    Steely Dan - aja
    The Who - Who's Next, Quadrophenia
    Fleetwood Mac - Rumors
    Tom Petty - Wildflowers, Full Moon Fever (OK, so these are from the '90s...)

    Also anything by Bruce Hornsby or Stevie Ray Vaughn.
     
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    So, I see we’re finally getting to the music I grew up with.

    Some more:
    Chicago (1st two albums, even if they were released a bit before I became interested in music)
    Miles Davis – Kind of Blue (way before my time, but classic)
    Radiohead (I’m all over the place here, aren’t I?)
    Jeff Beck – Wired
    Phil Collins – Face Value
    U2 – Joshua Tree
    Pat Metheny (anything)
     
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    BOC Let the wild run free Veteran

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    Well I listen to everything I have in my collection but the albums I listen more often the last couple of months are:

    Iron Butterfly - In a gadda da vida
    Savatage - Edge of thorns
    Blue Oyster Cult - Secret Treaties
    Queensryche - Queen of the reich
    Hawkwind - In search of space

    Also, I listen some greek music as well especially the album "O stauros tou notou"(trans. "The southern cross"), which are poems of my favourite greek poet Nikos Kavadias.
     
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    Jimi Hendrix
    Zeppelin
    The Kinks
    old Rolling Stones
    Pink Floyd
    Rush (pre-Moving Pictures)
    Eagles
    Styx
    Journey
    Van Halen
    Cream
    CSN&Y

    Man, the list goes on an on . . .
     
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    Queen
    Ramones
    Bon Jovi
    REM
    Europe
    Red Hot Chilli Peppers
    Metallica
    Iron Maiden
    Megadeth
    Nirvana
    Rolling Stones
    Beatles

    That's it, off the top of my head...
     
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    Kitrax Pantaloons are supposed to go where!?!?

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    Ok, I like a lot of music from different eras so I hope I can get the best of each one:
    Queen
    Metallica
    The Cure
    The Police
    REM
    Morsey
    The Smiths
    Led Zeppelin
    The Ramones
    Red Hot Chilli Peppers
    Nirvana
    The Mommas and the Pappas :hippy:
    The Offspring
    Lets Go Bowling
    Rage Against the Machine :rolling:
     
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    Most of the new stuff that I listen to I don't think anyone here has heard.

    Other than Nirvana I don't listen to much from the 90's. I don't listen to the 80's cause that was a decade that killed rock music. From the 70's I listen to way to much Zeppelin, it's unhealthy how much I listen to. The Who and Beatles also.
     
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