Discussion in '80's Music' started by Southern Comfort, Nov 9, 2019.
Some i bought...and some i deffo did not!
Electronic - Getting Away With It.
Altered Images - I Could Be Happy.
The Regents -7 teen.
Bauhaus - She's In Parties.
The Clash~ Train In Vain
Fine Young Cannibals~ Good Thing
Flag on the play.. Illegal posting of a hip hop song in a new wave thread..
Loss of down.. 15 yard penalty..
A great song that brings back some great memories.
79 close enough
And BTW they are back.
A new album a couple of weeks ago. The first in... well decades.
Sounds really good.
David Minehan - Guitar, Vocals / Lee Harrington - Bass, Vocals / Johnny "Rock" Lynch - Drums, Vocals - Former Members: "Careful" Mike Quaglia, John Hartcorn, Carl Coletti, Tim Green, Dan Batal, Jim Bowman
A punk-fueled garage-rock sound with big hooks, melodies, and snarling six-strings, The Neighborhoods are pretty much where it all starts in Boston Rock. A series of excellent albums, including 1987's Reptile Men (Emergo) and their 1991 major label release, The Neighborhoods (Third Stone Atlantic), plus their non-stop touring made them the snotty favored sons of the Northeast and dark horses in much of the rest of the country. They called it quits for a spell, but they're back and are very much the real thing. The Hoods are David Minehan, Lee Harrington and Johnny Lynch.
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