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dogbite
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thanks for reminding me of a deep secret. bubble gum works for me. always has.
Herman and the hermit tunes pop into my head all the time. I am glad, because sometimes a few 70's hits get in there and are hard toi remove....like ..'more than a feeling....'
ew.ow.

glad to read there are MJ fans here. didn't they have a great producer...what's his name? afro dude. he made some awesome music happen. ah...Quincy Jones!

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Scrybe
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okay, so I'm not like a fan or anything, but......

I just heard them sing the national anthem (US anthem, lol), and I gott hand to them, N'Sync can really sing.

And, um, that tune they did, 'y'know the big single, the really big one. yeah, that was pretty catchy, too. :roll:

Ra Er Ga.

Ninjazz have SuperChops.

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phillyblues
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I loved the Jackson 5, that was just classic stuff (didn't they even have there own cartoon at one point). MJ was indeed great (although I have deeper appreciation for his stuff now then I did back then). Thriller was really well done and his album before that, I want to say it was Off the Wall, was just a classic...he still had a little bit of Motown in him.


   
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Scrogdog
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The Archies aren't embarrassing.

Bobby Sherman... now THAT'S embarrassing!

*whistles innocently*


   
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Oenyaw
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The Carpenters!

Brain-cleansing music for brain-numbing times in a brain dead world
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rparker
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The Carpenters!

It's all about the covers. :D

Roy
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Blueline
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I'm in same boat as Wes...I STILL some of the bubble gum stuff!!

I was heavily into a British band called Sweet.

Ballroom Blitz--

Fox on the Run

Little Willy

These are the most popular tunes by them but they did have some pretty good stuff that was a bit more intense and less bubble gum.

dogbite....you WERE my hero (secretly) until you fessed up on this topic......i am without words now.

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dogbite
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Blueline. I beg redemption. what can I do???

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Ness K
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I'm afraid to admit I'm into DeathCab for Cutie to someone who doesn't know who they are. I mean, I'm not really afraid, just apprehensive. But at the end of the day: Who cares what anyone else thinks, they make awesome melodies.

"The Beauty of Music is my Sanity. Without it, I would simply lose my gravity, and blow away with the breeze." - Ness K(Aka Matt Harris)


   
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Hyperborea
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Hmmm, maybe some of the 70's and 80's funk. I wasn't really into it back then but in my workshop group the bass player has got us working on Rick James' Super Freak. It's actually got a very catchy rhythm to it and I like it more than I would have expected. It's caused me to start listening to more of that style of music (mostly on Pandora) and I'm also finding that I like Parliament and Funkadelic. Well, now my secret is out.

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spides
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I don't know why but i am obsessed with this operatic italian power metal band called rhapsody of fire.

They release their albulms in four album sets or "sagas" eg following link is a song from the fourth chapter of the emerald sword saga in which a mighty warrior of ice from the north is the chosen one who must wield the emerald sword to defeat the legions of evil and undead, led by the evil bad guy, spawned from the blood of his god, his god, the warmaster Kron. LOLOLOL

Don't sweat it dude, just play!


   
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rparker
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I don't know why but i am obsessed with this operatic italian power metal band called rhapsody of fire.

They release their albulms in four album sets or "sagas" eg following link is a song from the fourth chapter of the emerald sword saga in which a mighty warrior of ice from the north is the chosen one who must wield the emerald sword to defeat the legions of evil and undead, led by the evil bad guy, spawned from the blood of his god, his god, the warmaster Kron. LOLOLOL

They sound to me like a cross between The Trans-Siberian Orchestra and Spinal Tap. :)

Roy
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dogbite
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a few months ago I ordered from Netflix the old movie Car Wash. now I have the CD and need to play it at least once a week.
it is so funky and it has gotten under my skin in the coolest manner. 'car wash, workin' at the car wash, baby'. check it out.

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Ricochet
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Rose Royce! :mrgreen:

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Blueline
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Hmmm, maybe some of the 70's and 80's funk. ...and I'm also finding that I like Parliament and Funkadelic. Well, now my secret is out.

Too cool. I remember when they came out. At least when I became aware of them in the 70s. George Clinton...isn't it??? They had a great live show thing going on. People walking around on stilts (on stage) and dressed in outrageous outfits. Back then, it was one of the coolest things but would pale in comparison to some of today's live productions.

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