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Discussion in 'Rock Lounge' started by VasilisP, Feb 19, 2016.

  1. Hydrazoic Acid

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    Very melodious and catchy song. The girl is pretty, never heard her before. The song is added to my playlist. :grinthumb 8.5/10.

    Next: Sweet in their bubblegum period.

     
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    Right up my alley..Brian is still missed- great pre- glam record...8/10.
    Gilbert O'Sullivan - Nothing Rhymed.
    ( like Nick Drake, wrote his songs in a shed.)
     
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    Gilbert O' Sullivan has been my favorite new discovery on YouTube this past year. I find his lyrics to be genuine and very accessible while the music offers incredibly catchy melodies. Nothing Rhymed is a great example of this. 9/10

     
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    Totally Aero..he was one of the few artists that went up against the music industry about royalties from sharks( like Don Arden). Sharon Osbournes Dad...and Gilbert won!...went to see him live a few times..nice Waterford guy.
     
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    He has a very individual voice and the song was full of subtle nuances. I had to really concentrate to get into the groove of the song. 6.8/10

     
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    Very nice melodious song. Awesome. 8/10.

     
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    When i look back at the Rollers now..they were'nt that bad..of course they were heavily produced and had shadow guitarists- at the time these and The Osmonds represented hell and were fair game for jibe- Les the lead singer has had his fair share of demons...and Derek the drummer was..well lets stay a 'state line chaser'..give it a 5/10

    Regular punker that still packs a punch.
     
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    Nice pick. I was a bit of a Siouxsie fan back in the day during my Goth phase although the girls I hung around with seemed to like them more than me. This is for sure one of their top 3 songs and IMO, holds up better today than some of the rest of their stuff. 7.8/10

    Some more post punk...
     
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    7/10 - Excellent Aero..the punk fallout produced some bands of great worth..Teardrop Explodes, The Mighty Wah! and Hurrah!..on the Kitchenware Label..these were a great Geordie combo of that ilk.
    The Daintees - Crocodile Cryer.
     
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    This is one those songs where one has to listen hard to get the point/drift of the song otherwise it would be so easy to miss. The story unfolds as to fake mourners and hypocrites at a funeral, I suppose such occurrences happen only too often... 7.8/10

     
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