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Thankee, you do as well. So far you've mentioned all bands I love to listen to ... even Men Without Hats! I still have the Rhythm of Youth and Pop Goes the World vinyl in my collection. All I was ever able to find by Glass Tiger was The Thin Red Line and Diamond Sun but I love both albums.

A few acts I forgot to mention earlier came to mind too. The Hollies, John Norum (of Europe, a very underrated guitarist), T-Rex (and solo Marc Bolan), Tommy Bolin (no relation) and Doro Pesch (the Queen of early metal and lead vocalist of Warlock).


I think my favorite Men Without Hats is Safety Dance. Reminds me of the Maifest I went to in Germany. Dancing around the May pole and drinking all day long. Too fun!

I sure have homework now though... Too many bands... musical overload imminent!


But what fun that homework will be . Never been to Germany but can just imagine that .
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Posted 7/31/15

neugenx wrote:


Dark_Alma wrote:




Thankee, you do as well. So far you've mentioned all bands I love to listen to ... even Men Without Hats! I still have the Rhythm of Youth and Pop Goes the World vinyl in my collection. All I was ever able to find by Glass Tiger was The Thin Red Line and Diamond Sun but I love both albums.

A few acts I forgot to mention earlier came to mind too. The Hollies, John Norum (of Europe, a very underrated guitarist), T-Rex (and solo Marc Bolan), Tommy Bolin (no relation) and Doro Pesch (the Queen of early metal and lead vocalist of Warlock).


I think my favorite Men Without Hats is Safety Dance. Reminds me of the Maifest I went to in Germany. Dancing around the May pole and drinking all day long. Too fun!

I sure have homework now though... Too many bands... musical overload imminent!


But what fun that homework will be . Never been to Germany but can just imagine that .


You gotta go some day (if you can!). I had a blast!

And yea, it will be fun homework!
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I used to be all about the older rock/metal bands like Metallica, Pink Floyd, Megadeth, Led Zeppelin, Def Lappard, Bon Jovi, Guns 'n Roses, etc. Now I don't listen to any of them almost at all, but those were my childhood bands.
Posted 8/1/15
Marilyn Manson, Slipknot, Linkin Park, NiN
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Posted 9/6/15
My first CD was Spice Girls "Spice World"

And you know what?

I still love it
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Madness, the specials, the selector etc. My mum was really into ska

My dad had a blondie CD he always played so I knew that by heart
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Posted 7/25/16
Childhood?
Then I guess Metallica, Sleeping With The Sirens, AC/DC, Escape the Fate, and Dead Poetic.

Nowadays I listen to like Disney music and stuff.....
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The House Jack Built - Metallica
Love is War NTMG MIX - baker
Love is War - ryo
In The End - Linkin Park
Karma - Kamelot
Nothing - Putin-P
Nas Ne Dogonyat - t.A.T.u
9 - AVTechNO!
Bioremediation - AVTechNO!
EDEN - ATOLS
selFA - Treow
Taking Tea in Dreamland - Chris Vrenna
Lyre Horn - kz
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Selena Gomez

Demi Lovato

Justin Bieber ;-;

Michael Bublé

Colby Caillat

Jack Johnson

One direction...ew
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Posted 7/29/16 , edited 7/29/16
American Pie - Don McLean
Puff the Magic Dragon - Peter, Paul and Mary
Precious Time - Pat Benatar
Garden Party - Ricky Nelson
Sometime in the Morning - The Monkees
Jolene - Dolly Parton
The Legend of Wooly Swamp - Charlie Daniels Band
I Can Hear Your Heartbeat - Partridge Family
Calling Dr. Love - Kiss
Eleanor Rigby - Beatles
Baby Blue - Badfinger
Jukebox Hero - Foreigner
Easy Livin' - Uriah Heep
Sound of Silence - Simon and Garfunkel
Cats in the Cradle - Harry Chapin
Rhinestone Cowboy - Glenn Campbell
Along Comes Mary - Association
Happy Together - Turtles
Time of the Season - Zombies
Horse with No Name - America
Cinderella Sunshine - Paul Revere and the Raiders
The Metro - Berlin

were some of my absolute favorites as a child.
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Posted 7/29/16
Walk Like an Egyptian- The Bangles
Ticket to Ride- The Beatles
Champagne Supernova- Oasis
Coffee and TV- Blur
Mr. Blue Sky- ELO
Zombie- The Cranberries
Blueberry Hill- Fats Domino
Just My Imagination- The Temptations
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backstreet boys-drowning
backstreet boys-shape of my heart
avril lavigne-im with you
britney spears-im not a girl, not yet a women
christina aguilera-reflection
simple plan-welcome to my life
simple plan-i can wait forever
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Def Leppard - Pour Some Sugar On Me
Bon Jovi - Livin on a Prayer
AC/DC - Back In Black
Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody
Motley Crew - Dr. Feelgood
Poison - Nothin' But A Good Time
Journey - Don't Stop Believin
Tears For Fears - Shout
Aqua - Cartoon Heroes
Backstreet Boys - I Want It That Way
Len - Steal my Sunshine
Seal - Kiss From A Rose
Eiffel 65 - Blue
The Verve - Bittersweet Symphony
TLC - No Scrubs
U2 - Beautiful Day
Sugar Ray - When It's Over
Smash Mouth - All Star
Linkin Park - Points of Authority
Green Day - Boulevard of Broken Dreams
Yellowcard - Way Away
Lit - My Own Worst Enemy
Good Charlotte - Lifestyles Of The Rich And Famous
Blink 182 - First Date

The nostalgia
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Posted 8/4/16
Transformers: The Movie (1986) Soundtrack. Had it on vinyl. I can still remember the words to all the songs. I listened to it that much, my Mum can still remember most of it too.
Posted 8/5/16
I like most of west coast 90's hip-hop
Was raised in LA in the 90's and most people played that type over there since I lived in the slums
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