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    Oh noooo :D Lunchbox McGillicuddy's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zulu View Post
    Anyone who grew up in the 80's remembers her.
    YEAH BUT I WISH I DIDN'T LAWL LAWL

    jk jk

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    I've got a View to a Kill right now. >O

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    Klaus Nomi that is some of the craziest stuff I've heard.
    "There are ignorant people who speak flowery words and take delight in the letter of the law, saying there is nothing else. Their hearts are full of selfish desires, Arjuna. Their idea of heaven is their own enjoyment, and the aim of all their activities is pleasure and power. The fruit of their actions is continual rebirth." - Sri Krishna, from the Bhagavad Gita

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    Style Council must be heard. A band form by Paul Weller (of The Jam fame). My favourite song is Shout To The Top.

    Some of my favs of the 80s songs.

    The Cure - Fascination Street
    The Cure - Pictures Of You
    The Smiths - Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now
    The Smiths - This Charming Man
    Depeche Mode - Strangelove
    Camouflage - The Great Commandment

    and more to come...

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    80's metal ftw.

    Megadeth, Pantera, they're all good.

    Metallica I do not like.

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    Some of my favorite bands:

    Def Leppard
    The Cure
    The Cult
    Depeche Mode
    The Cure
    Skid Row

    Some here and there also like from Slaughter, INXS, Metallica, Etc
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    Iron Maiden
    Judas Priest
    Black Sabbath
    Metallica
    Dio
    Rainbow
    W.A.S.P.
    Alice Cooper
    Yngwie Malmsteen
    Danzig
    Def Leppard
    Led Zeppelin

    Holy Diver, You've Been Down Too Long In The Midnight Sea.

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    OMG I forgot to put up U2 up there XD XD XD

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    80's Rock Makes a Come Back

    Ozzy: Black Rain : Now

    Guns N' Roses: Chinesse Democracy : Evnetually

    AC/DC: "new ablum" : January

    Megadeath: "new album" : sometime


    i thought it was interesting.

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    AC/DC started in the 70s

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    oh yea....
    but still.

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    Elvis Costello and the Attractions.

    His work from the 70's...well everyone knows My Aim is True, This Year's Model, and Armed Forces. 3 landmark albums, to be sure. But he put out most of his greatest work in the 80's:

    Get Happy!!--my absolute favorite
    Trust
    Imperial Bedroom
    Punch the Clock
    King of America
    Blood and Chocolate
    Spike--just magical

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    Depeche Mode, sho nuf.
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    I think by saying 80s music we have to consider many aspects regarding music production - influence - releases.
    Not to forget these years the market was almost entirely diverse from nowadays, VHS stores, order by phone and mail, cinema, music stores you'd spend half of your day in there browsing vinyls and tapes, driving miles to watch a show or movie, the art-flow these days been interesting with electronics being introduced and eventually establishing themselves to music.
    In my opinion those years will be the golden era for future artists (unimportant how long will history last)
    I will not name any band / artists as this would require bypassing many many favorites!!!

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