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>> No. 12985 Anonymous
15th November 2021
Monday 12:11 am
12985 What you feeling right now? Part VI: The Undiscovered Compilation

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>> No. 12986 Anonymous
16th November 2021
Tuesday 1:47 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R_uS0aT0bG8
>> No. 12989 Anonymous
17th November 2021
Wednesday 10:53 am
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-UfsEj7AOGI
>> No. 12990 Anonymous
17th November 2021
Wednesday 1:24 pm
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Been on a bit of a stoner rock youtube journey. Few good ones:




>> No. 12992 Anonymous
17th November 2021
Wednesday 6:59 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xes3655g8bI
>> No. 12993 Anonymous
18th November 2021
Thursday 1:13 am
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>>12989
Spekaing of The Brave Little Toaster, the AC unit had something to say:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWRaRiuMa9o
>> No. 12994 Anonymous
26th November 2021
Friday 6:57 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iO_FzRjmXiY
>> No. 12998 Anonymous
1st December 2021
Wednesday 8:26 pm
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Horslips are Ireland's greatest ever rock band. They shit all over U2, and I would say they slightly edge out the Cranberries.







By the way, when do you think that last song came out? It sounds 20 years more recent than the other two, but from my research, it actually came out in 1979.
>> No. 13000 Anonymous
7th December 2021
Tuesday 1:45 am
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wN6X0tAK_HE
>> No. 13001 Anonymous
9th December 2021
Thursday 11:12 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=77rZO6sp4mY
>> No. 13002 Anonymous
10th December 2021
Friday 8:30 pm
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>> No. 13003 Anonymous
10th December 2021
Friday 11:40 pm
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Posting this because I love the simple punchy beat and woozy instrumentation.
>> No. 13004 Anonymous
14th December 2021
Tuesday 6:27 pm
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I didn't like it at first, but it's grown on me.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=atGAcKt3ZQg
>> No. 13006 Anonymous
15th December 2021
Wednesday 4:57 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1ysoohV_zA

Derided at its time as a tepid, contrived synthpop piece from New Romantic's tail end through which singer Phil Oakey was allegedly staggering listlessly and with audible disinterest in the lyrics, it's arguably nowadays looked on as an 80s music staple.

The Human League didn't really drop the ball until their 1990 album "Romantic?", which was a failed attempt to revert to early 80s synthpop soundscapes, at a time when grunge was already on the horizon.
>> No. 13007 Anonymous
16th December 2021
Thursday 7:09 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3AZWFUY0RAE
>> No. 13008 Anonymous
17th December 2021
Friday 12:54 am
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GG7fLOmlhYg

WTF...a popular modern song that I actually enjoy.

I for one, welcome the 70s R&B revival.
>> No. 13032 Anonymous
9th January 2022
Sunday 1:19 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SuXDpo-8_zY

I hope the 'rona didn't kill the sound system. No longer in the scene, just occasionally happened upon them. A guaranteed good night if I found one.
>> No. 13036 Anonymous
16th January 2022
Sunday 6:53 am
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MwazAGUJ2c0
>> No. 13037 Anonymous
16th January 2022
Sunday 6:39 pm
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Top tier Japanamerican video game cheese, but it's so sincere that I love it.
>> No. 13038 Anonymous
16th January 2022
Sunday 9:02 pm
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>>13037
I think I used to listen to this on GamingFM, that online radio station with about 4 or 5 channels of videogame music.
>> No. 13039 Anonymous
18th January 2022
Tuesday 2:30 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iv82_ZSwa4Y


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6W41ClvHmWY


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MESON_4z9eA
>> No. 13040 Anonymous
18th January 2022
Tuesday 2:43 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tzsCDsR1SBc


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-C-2AqRD8io
>> No. 13041 Anonymous
18th January 2022
Tuesday 6:25 pm
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https://petrolbastard.bandcamp.com/track/two-pounds-off-whisky-at-lidl-feat-petrol-hoers-boycott-the-baptist
>> No. 13042 Anonymous
18th January 2022
Tuesday 7:16 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HB4gBtMpUIs

"Slave to the Rhythm" was actually written for Frankie Goes To Hollywood by Trevor Horn. The latter then decided at the last minute before he let FGTH have a go that it was more suited for Grace Jones. A ground-up reworking of the track then resulted in the swingin' little number that became one of the most iconic pop music singles of the mid-80s.
>> No. 13049 Anonymous
29th January 2022
Saturday 11:50 am
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bOg3aSRexo
>> No. 13050 Anonymous
29th January 2022
Saturday 2:19 pm
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>>13049

>> No. 13052 Anonymous
1st February 2022
Tuesday 8:18 pm
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Where have I heard this, was it on an advert?

>>13049
>>13050
Everyone now and again you lot remind me of the music I listened to when I was 15. What happened to it?
>> No. 13053 Anonymous
1st February 2022
Tuesday 8:53 pm
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>>13052
>What happened to it?
>> No. 13054 Anonymous
1st February 2022
Tuesday 9:02 pm
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>>13052

That's easy, >>8980 is the key. Every genre of music from every decade you ever enjoyed has a foreign language equivalent somewhere, just waiting for you to discover it as though it's new releases. Best of all, they sing in mucky foreign languages so if the lyrics are as embarrassing as the lyrics of the stuff you listened to as a teenager, you don't have to find out.
>> No. 13056 Anonymous
7th February 2022
Monday 2:10 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rcYhYO02f98

What's some decent novelty rock?
>> No. 13057 Anonymous
7th February 2022
Monday 2:39 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2qsU8FGU_E
>> No. 13058 Anonymous
7th February 2022
Monday 3:54 pm
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>>13056
I really like Night Flight Orchestra for throwback yacht rock.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rhkllJN3SUk
>> No. 13059 Anonymous
7th February 2022
Monday 7:05 pm
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It's not the most amazing album but it does have some crackers. Cookie if you can identify the dialogue at 4:25 on Flowers In The Desert.
>> No. 13060 Anonymous
8th February 2022
Tuesday 8:13 pm
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Been watching Babylon 5 as of late and this song has been stuck in my head.
>> No. 13061 Anonymous
9th February 2022
Wednesday 6:41 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xvdnT4esPzQ
I've been digging a lot of goth rock recently.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G6on1U8imwo
>> No. 13062 Anonymous
14th February 2022
Monday 8:48 pm
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>> No. 13063 Anonymous
15th February 2022
Tuesday 11:01 pm
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Not sure if this belongs here or in the decent covers thread, but this absolutely does it for my inner ADHD 10 year old.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8vBKI3ya-l0
There's some mildy obnoxious fannying about until 2:12, but in my addled state I think it adds rather than detracts.
>> No. 13073 Anonymous
19th February 2022
Saturday 7:45 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MUPxEUdI4HE

Listening to this is like discovering a hidden DMX album.
>> No. 13076 Anonymous
24th February 2022
Thursday 4:29 pm
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THIS WEEK, I AR BEEN MOSTLY LISTENING TO 80s CORPORATE LIBRARY MUSIC.






>> No. 13078 Anonymous
25th February 2022
Friday 1:28 am
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>>13076
You may appreciate this absolute banger:


>> No. 13079 Anonymous
25th February 2022
Friday 10:09 am
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>>13076
>>13078
I got a read Neil Yardley vibe from these.

The first tracks of these albums are tip top.





Then they seem to lose their way a bit.
>> No. 13080 Anonymous
25th February 2022
Friday 8:47 pm
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You're all plebs.

>> No. 13081 Anonymous
25th February 2022
Friday 9:14 pm
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>>13080

That's just a shitty rip-off of this.

>> No. 13083 Anonymous
3rd March 2022
Thursday 5:24 am
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RIP Skibadee.


>> No. 13085 Anonymous
4th March 2022
Friday 4:27 am
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THIS WEEK I AR BEEN MOSTLY LISTENING TO SOUNDTRACKS FROM '70s ITALIAN SOFT PORN FILMS.






>> No. 13087 Anonymous
9th March 2022
Wednesday 1:20 am
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Nice video etc. I must admit that the new generation are much more impressive than electroclash.
>> No. 13088 Anonymous
9th March 2022
Wednesday 10:53 am
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jm6hDWBZXc4
>> No. 13098 Anonymous
21st March 2022
Monday 1:42 am
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Never realised that anti-depressants stop all emotions - that seems quite counter-intuitive.

>> No. 13099 Anonymous
21st March 2022
Monday 12:46 pm
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>>13098

Emotional blunting and/or apathy is a common but not universal side-effect of antidepressants. We aren't really sure if it's an effect of the drug or a residual symptom of partly-resolved depression, i.e. you don't feel miserable any more but you don't feel good either. Research ethics rules make it very difficult to give healthy patients antidepressants just to see what happens.

Unrelated banger:


>> No. 13102 Anonymous
31st March 2022
Thursday 4:24 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=78VApX2tl6A
I just discovered this crazy track. I think I'm gonna jizz in my pants.
>> No. 13103 Anonymous
31st March 2022
Thursday 5:29 pm
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>>13102

Is this Brian playing silly buggers again?
>> No. 13104 Anonymous
31st March 2022
Thursday 5:58 pm
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>>13103
Let's try that again, shall we?

>> No. 13105 Anonymous
1st April 2022
Friday 10:19 am
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Does bodypaint count as body covering?


>>13104
Was this intentional?
>> No. 13106 Anonymous
1st April 2022
Friday 11:01 am
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>>13105
Direct shot of breasts, but they're painted so that's okay.

>Was this intentional?
No.
>> No. 13108 Anonymous
10th April 2022
Sunday 2:08 am
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I had an opportunity to see Skunk Anansie live recently, which I declined because I'm not really a live-music person, but now I can't stop listening to their songs and being reminded of how enormously fantastic Skunk Anansie are.

Here is Skin from Skunk Anansie, singing one of their ballads with none other than Luciano Pavarotti himself. Not only is it great because it's a good song which showcases Skin's incredible voice, but because it's Pavarotti, she just sings it in Italian with him. That's phenomenal.


>> No. 13109 Anonymous
12th April 2022
Tuesday 8:30 am
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_3i7tcZ-szI
>> No. 13110 Anonymous
12th April 2022
Tuesday 9:20 pm
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>>13108
I saw her like 8 years ago in the Newcastle O2, and that was mildly disappointing because it was all new stuff. Has she conceded and realised that's what people want or are her gigs more oriented towards the new stuff?

She crowdsurfed a bit and I think I touched her at some point which was nice.

Saw the Smashing Pumpkins at the same venue around the same time and Billy Corgan told an audience member that he was ruining the vibe, then I looked into the smashing pumpkins documentaries and found out he was an egomaniacal bellend but still, good craic.
>> No. 13111 Anonymous
13th April 2022
Wednesday 12:55 am
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>>13110

I love small gigs with relatively big bands, like when they're well known amongst music people but not necessarily massive commercially, it's such a unique vibe.

My favourite is when I went to see Exodus about 10 years ago, and Gary Holt asked for a show of hands how many people bought the new album, then how many people downloaded it. There were far more hands for the latter, so he said "What the fuck, guys?" and someone yelled with the most perfect comedic timing "It's ten quid, ya cunt!"
>> No. 13112 Anonymous
13th April 2022
Wednesday 1:48 am
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>>13111
I saw Arctic Monkeys at the Leadmill the night their second album launched at midnight. They ended with Old Yellow Bricks, and sure enough everyone was bouncing around and singing along to a song that wasn't out yet. Alex Turner got a laugh out of it, at least, and they used to give out their music for free at gigs anyway.
>> No. 13113 Anonymous
13th April 2022
Wednesday 9:33 am
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>>13111
My favourite small gig, and it wasn't that small but it felt it, was seeing Queens of the Stone Age in 2018 in Tokyo. For a band you would think can sell out big arenas, this was a really intimate venue. I remember practically smelling Josh Homme and his er, drunken rambling.
>> No. 13115 Anonymous
16th April 2022
Saturday 5:39 am
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Only real OGs will remember this.


>> No. 13132 Anonymous
10th May 2022
Tuesday 3:40 pm
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I miss electronic music like this.

>> No. 13133 Anonymous
13th May 2022
Friday 9:55 am
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German Reggae, the video has Beastie Boys vibes.
>> No. 13159 Anonymous
20th May 2022
Friday 3:46 am
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>> No. 13160 Anonymous
20th May 2022
Friday 11:07 am
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>>13133


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_GU5TaDR1zc
>> No. 13161 Anonymous
20th May 2022
Friday 11:12 am
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>>13160

Also:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5X3jrsljTtw
>> No. 13162 Anonymous
20th May 2022
Friday 12:29 pm
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>>13160

I can't make out the lyrics any better in English than in German.
>> No. 13163 Anonymous
20th May 2022
Friday 1:03 pm
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>>13162

Jamaican Patois can be pretty unintelligible at the best of times, and being sung by a German, it's not going to help much.
>> No. 13164 Anonymous
21st May 2022
Saturday 6:43 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mcFmo_v81IU
>> No. 13165 Anonymous
21st May 2022
Saturday 8:35 pm
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>>13164

Reminds me of


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkqDK-i-smM
>> No. 13166 Anonymous
21st May 2022
Saturday 8:56 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kd3wLR_UUeo


The percussion was later recycled for Spiller's Groove Jet (probably around 5:47).



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=npJTeRjRX-8
>> No. 13169 Anonymous
22nd May 2022
Sunday 2:13 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6EKspREtVZQ



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sGNK-cOtxSs
>> No. 13172 Anonymous
1st June 2022
Wednesday 2:31 pm
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>> No. 13173 Anonymous
1st June 2022
Wednesday 3:37 pm
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I'm sorry.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Bw2dTY3SsQ
>> No. 13174 Anonymous
2nd June 2022
Thursday 9:01 am
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>>13173
I'll never really know how that song sounds after the 40 second mark.
>> No. 13175 Anonymous
2nd June 2022
Thursday 9:20 am
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>>13174
You'll have those 40 seconds stuck in your head for the rest of the week.
>> No. 13176 Anonymous
2nd June 2022
Thursday 12:23 pm
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>>13173


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ropn_kwpFDU


Good times.
>> No. 13177 Anonymous
2nd June 2022
Thursday 12:45 pm
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Finally an attainable male physique in music.

>> No. 13178 Anonymous
2nd June 2022
Thursday 12:49 pm
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>>13176
I thought this guy looked and sounded familiar. How does he get away with it?



https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jonny_Jakobsen
>Due to the failure of Johnny Moonshine, Jakobsen moved on in search of a newer, more 'annoying' sound.[5] He chose the style of eurodance, which was just becoming popular in the mid 1990s, and began his career as the fake Indian "Dr. Bombay"
>> No. 13179 Anonymous
2nd June 2022
Thursday 1:12 pm
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>>13178

>How does he get away with it?


Brownfacing and cultural appropriation hadn't been invented yet in the late 90s.

Although in the case of "Dr. Bombay", olivefacing might be the correct term.


The past always was a different country.
>> No. 13180 Anonymous
2nd June 2022
Thursday 8:56 pm
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>>13169
I can't believe you didn't post this version - same tune, but the dancers are more appropriate for here.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nKwnAkm71zk
>> No. 13181 Anonymous
2nd June 2022
Thursday 10:47 pm
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>>13180

I don't want to veer off-topic, so I'll say it in song:


>> No. 13182 Anonymous
3rd June 2022
Friday 10:51 am
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>>13180

I don't know, looks a bit unpolished. Like it's what people at Leeds Community Centre get up to after their day job.


>>13181


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t2mU6USTBRE

Quite likely, another song and video that couldn't be made today.
>> No. 13183 Anonymous
3rd June 2022
Friday 10:53 am
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>>13182

Argh. Fine. Look for "Fat" by Weird Al Yankovic on youtube.
>> No. 13184 Anonymous
3rd June 2022
Friday 12:37 pm
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>>13182

Brian May was ahead of his time in celebrating ample posteriors, but I think naughty nannies aren't PC any more.
>> No. 13185 Anonymous
3rd June 2022
Friday 2:56 pm
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>>13184


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X53ZSxkQ3Ho
>> No. 13186 Anonymous
3rd June 2022
Friday 3:31 pm
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>>13185
When are we making the .gs charity cover album?

>> No. 13187 Anonymous
3rd June 2022
Friday 3:34 pm
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>>13186

Do we really want to act as fat enablers?


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yDSK91mUNLU
>> No. 13188 Anonymous
4th June 2022
Saturday 12:35 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmpRLQZkTb8

From the days when you could listen to Oasis unironically because they were the stuff.

Curiously, there appears to be an Oasis tribute band stateside who call themselves Sally Can Wait.

https://twitter.com/oasistributeusa
>> No. 13189 Anonymous
5th June 2022
Sunday 2:53 pm
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>>13188
Do you reckon tribute band members have fights over who gets to dress up as which of the original band members?
>> No. 13200 Anonymous
12th June 2022
Sunday 2:12 am
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I'm fascinated by how bad this video is.
>> No. 13201 Anonymous
12th June 2022
Sunday 2:54 am
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FQlAEiCb8m0

A one-hit wonder from the peak of classic French House, one of Stardust's members went on to form Daft Punk.
>> No. 13202 Anonymous
12th June 2022
Sunday 10:22 am
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>>13187
>Do we really want to act as fat enablers?
Have you seen this place? Yes, yes we do.
>> No. 13203 Anonymous
12th June 2022
Sunday 12:04 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KzOI_IxB7NA

A surprisingly obscure record from the early days of Disco.
>> No. 13204 Anonymous
12th June 2022
Sunday 2:27 pm
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>>13203
I always get Demis Roussos mixed up with Glenn Medeiros. But you can have a lot of fun with obscure disco music; I think I have already spammed the "Songs in foreign languages" thread with the stuff I often listen to, so I won't post it here, but I've always thought The Ultimate Warlord by The Immortals needs more attention:



And German pop star Sandra (foreign, but sang in English) used to be in a disco group called Arabesque, whom I have recently started listening to but not always enjoying:


>> No. 13205 Anonymous
12th June 2022
Sunday 9:28 pm
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>>13204

Veering into space disco a bit there, eh.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZavwtJxmqJI


> But you can have a lot of fun with obscure disco music

There's loads of modern club music these days which contains obscure disco samples. My guess is it's both because the rights to the sample will be cheap to obtain as it wasn't a big hit in its day, and most people won't know immediately that you've ripped off an old disco track.

A good place to investigate when a song sounds suspiciously 70s or even 80s is whosampled.com. It is by now a huge database of songs that sample other songs.
>> No. 13206 Anonymous
13th June 2022
Monday 9:29 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mBhqMwOl_ZE

This song was playing on the radio once while I was in the dying stages of a relationship with a lass. We were sitting on her couch on a Sunday night, in dead silence after a weekend of massively getting on each other's tits, but at that point in time I guess we were both still coming to grips with the realisation, you know, that point where you're looking down the barrel of inevitability but still can't believe your relationship is running through your hands like that. Where you know something's very wrong but you've run out of ideas how to fix it. So what wasn't helping at all was that this song suddenly came on, very accurately summing up our situation. I was going to ask her if I should change the station, but was worried that that would look like I was acknowledging it. So I just sat there waiting for the moment to pass, knowing full well that she was probably thinking the same.

We did break up the following weekend. And she told me that listening to that song with me was the moment she realised that it was actually over. Maybe I should have changed the station.
>> No. 13207 Anonymous
13th June 2022
Monday 10:34 pm
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>>13206

>I guess we were both still coming to grips with the realisation, you know, that point where you're looking down the barrel of inevitability but still can't believe your relationship is running through your hands like that. Where you know something's very wrong but you've run out of ideas how to fix it.

I was talking to one of the younger lasses at work the other week about my most recent ex, like you do, just passing time filling them in on the gossip from your life and so on. I mentioned pretty much exactly this, how there's always that bit towards the end of a relationship where you've had an argument or some Big Event occured, and deep down, you know it's over from that moment on., but it takes a while to sink in.

I realised, when she responded with "Really? That's quite sad..." that she has never experienced it herself. She couldn't relate, because she's never been through it, the lad she's with now is her first proper relationship and she still has all that to come. For some reason that made me feel quite emotional, partially I think because it sort of puts the weariness and jading process of age into perspective. But also part of me just hopes she never does. I don't even really like this lass, she's a bit of a cunt frankly, but it's a horrible thing to go through and I remember how it was the first time I did. I wish nobody had to.

Anyway. Shite song, I've always thought it was quite impressive how massive Robbie Williams was at one point in the late 90s, and then just completely vanished into thin air over the turn of the millenium.
>> No. 13208 Anonymous
14th June 2022
Tuesday 1:31 am
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>>13207

>that she has never experienced it herself. She couldn't relate, because she's never been through it, the lad she's with now is her first proper relationship and she still has all that to come.

Ignorance is bliss. There's just a magic about your first love that's impossible to replicate with subsequent relationships. You'll never be as naive wide eyed again, the more relationships you enter and break up again, the more there's always that sense of jadedness. Even if it's like, wow, this person is just so great, this is really going great, I've really met someone good this time, I'm so in love. In the back of your head, there'll always be that nagging thought that it could all just end badly again despite everybody's best intentions.

That was something that was absent from my first relationship. It was like the possibility of a breakup was just a distant rumour. Something that happened to other people, but not us. How could it. Because we were so perfect for each other. Which is why it knocked the shit out of me all the more when after two years, she suddenly told me she simply didn't love me anymore and no longer wanted to be with me. Pretty straightforward stuff really, there was no other lad in the picture (and believe me, I checked), she just didn't want me anymore. Something that millions of people deal with every day. But it was like a fall from paradise. Took me another two years and a few lukewarm romances and one night stands to get that out of my system again.



Self sage for rambling.
>> No. 13209 Anonymous
14th June 2022
Tuesday 1:43 am
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>>13208
>Which is why it knocked the shit out of me all the more when after two years, she suddenly told me she simply didn't love me anymore and no longer wanted to be with me.

You're giving me flashbacks to similar happening to me, to my mates and having to tell someone the same after I'd just grown apart from her. It equally hurts you over the long-term as well, loving someone is harder as you get older because you build up defences to the hurt that can come with it.

If only a 90s pop-superstar had a song for just such a predicament...

>> No. 13210 Anonymous
14th June 2022
Tuesday 2:01 am
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>>13209

I guess ARE Robs was the soundtrack to untold masses of relationships. Another one of my exes absolutely loved the song "Angels". As a result, I have many memories of us bonking each other's brains out to it.

Good times.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=luwAMFcc2f8
>> No. 13211 Anonymous
16th June 2022
Thursday 5:40 pm
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>> No. 13212 Anonymous
16th June 2022
Thursday 9:57 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJAfLE39ZZ8

Hard to believe she's been dead almost eleven years now.

Still very powerful stuff.
>> No. 13213 Anonymous
17th June 2022
Friday 3:42 pm
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Try and have a bad time with this album in the sunshine. I dare you.

It even has a song about feeling sentimental for love you once had with someone after you've grown apart for our resident Robbie fanatics:
https://youtu.be/yQgsdhXkoSs
>> No. 13214 Anonymous
19th June 2022
Sunday 12:45 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7jMlFXouPk8

This song has always been special to me. I was a younglad when it came out and I've enjoyed listening to it ever since. I've always liked the long winded, epic nature of many of Pink Floyd's songs and lyrics, and this track is no exception.

I want it played at my funeral one day, because it just has those lyrics that can be taken as somebody looking back on their life and the magic of their lost youth, and it just seems ideally suited for such an occasion.
>> No. 13215 Anonymous
19th June 2022
Sunday 4:42 pm
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>>13214
>it just seems ideally suited for such an occasion

Mate, nobody is going to want to stand in silence for nearly 8 minutes. You need something that can be played for about 30 seconds while the cremation curtain goes down and someone breaks down in tears to make it all about them.

I'm fairly confident an old mate will put on Making Plans for Nigel unless I can be arsed to make it explicit. Lyrics about being happy in his world and that. Unless I kill myself I suppose as then it gets quite macabre.
>> No. 13216 Anonymous
19th June 2022
Sunday 5:50 pm
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>>13215

I don't know if you have been to many funerals, but the ones I've been to, they were playing either some sort of generic moody music or a specific song that the deceased had requested. In any case, that song was then usually played in full at the beginning of the ceremony before the pastor or vicar or whoever else said a few words. I don't think it's asking too much to have people sitting through a few minutes worth of a song that may not mean much to them but which was special to you.

The last two to three minutes of High Hopes are kind of self repetitive anyway, so I'll forgive them if they fade it out before people get impatient.

A family member who was very dear to me requested My Way by Frank Sinatra. Also a good song for a funeral. For some reason, they were playing some kind of easy listening instrumental version of it, which really felt like it was missing the mark. Not sure why they did that. But it's probably best if I put down in writing somewhere that I want the actual song High Hopes played as it appeared on the album. Not some sort of Mike Flowers Pops ersatz.
>> No. 13217 Anonymous
19th June 2022
Sunday 8:51 pm
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>>13216

This is the song you wanted, right?


>> No. 13218 Anonymous
19th June 2022
Sunday 10:18 pm
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>>13217

I would personally come back from beyond the grave to haunt whoever fucked it up like that.
>> No. 13219 Anonymous
20th June 2022
Monday 7:21 am
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>>13217
7am, Monday, and the week's already fucked. Thanks.
Why would they do that? Just why?
>> No. 13221 Anonymous
28th June 2022
Tuesday 2:43 pm
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I looked up the surfers because I'd like to piss up one their arses. Turns out they're a Hawaiian successionist or some such.
>> No. 13222 Anonymous
28th June 2022
Tuesday 7:07 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uxX2gA18grk

Just the right kind of inoffensive mid-80s polished AOR summer sound.


Not the worst use of the Fairlight ARR1 patch.
>> No. 13223 Anonymous
28th June 2022
Tuesday 8:49 pm
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>>13222
I'm weird about Billy Ocean; I really love two of his songs and don't care at all about the others. Depending on the Billy Ocean song I am currently listening to, I either love or despise him. Here are his two classics:




>> No. 13224 Anonymous
28th June 2022
Tuesday 9:06 pm
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>>13222

>Not the worst use of the Fairlight ARR1 patch.

Far from the best though:



Crockett's Theme is sublime, but Moments in Love is better and I'll fight anyone who says otherwise.
>> No. 13225 Anonymous
28th June 2022
Tuesday 11:44 pm
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>>13224


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ye7FKc1JQe4


Also though, I like Paranoimia better.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6epzmRZk6UU

Always been a big fan of Matt Frewer.


>>13223

Billy Ocean had a decent career as a talented mainstream pop musician, but I wouldn't say that his contributions to music were groundbreaking.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-n3sUWR4FV4
>> No. 13226 Anonymous
29th June 2022
Wednesday 12:26 am
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>>13225

>Always been a big fan of Matt Frewer.

Literally just twigged to the fact that he played Moloch in Watchmen.

>Billy Ocean

Am I being a massive racialist if I admit to confusing him with Ray Parker Jr?


>> No. 13227 Anonymous
29th June 2022
Wednesday 12:41 am
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>>13226

That is a weird version of the song Ghostbusters. The single version back in the day sounded markedly different.
>> No. 13228 Anonymous
29th June 2022
Wednesday 1:00 am
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>>13227
If you've never heard the experimental comedy mashups of Neil Cicierega before, you're about to go on an amazing adventure.


>> No. 13229 Anonymous
29th June 2022
Wednesday 10:44 am
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>>13228

That was... erm... interesting.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OrlWWrSwaB8
>> No. 13230 Anonymous
29th June 2022
Wednesday 8:30 pm
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>>13226

I showed one of my mates Bustin' a few years ago, then he posted it on Facebook and it ended up a popular "meme" within our circle. But people attributed it's discovery to him, when it was me who'd shown him it, and I was always quite resentful about that.
>> No. 13231 Anonymous
29th June 2022
Wednesday 10:13 pm
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>>13230

Get your own back by playing Wonderwall at his wedding.


>> No. 13232 Anonymous
30th June 2022
Thursday 3:26 pm
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>>13231


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NTfZshkNZRw
>> No. 13233 Anonymous
30th June 2022
Thursday 8:23 pm
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>>13232
I remember hearing that when it was new, and believing it genuinely was the original version.

>>13231
There's an excellent clip on Soundcloud somewhere of Kanye West's Niggas in Paris please don't ban me for saying it which is very similar to this, but I can't find it because it has some random title and any search for "Kanye West Soundcloud parody" brings up such awful shit that I refuse to look too hard.
>> No. 13234 Anonymous
30th June 2022
Thursday 9:32 pm
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>>13233

It's a shame that Mike Flowers didn't have more hits. But I guess you can only take ironic easy listening to a certain point before it becomes annoying. He did a collaboration with Cornershop a few years later but not much came of it.

Speaking of Cornershop -


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u29Dc9AUBvk

And from the same era -


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWissIWxqKk

- which was nicked from Ad Gloriam by Le Orme:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3CYvwN843cI
>> No. 13236 Anonymous
10th July 2022
Sunday 11:22 am
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I6gIfZ27pCY

Den Harrow was the height of Italo Disco in the 1980s, shortly before the genre fizzled out, not without being a precursor to late-80s Eurodance and Hi-NRG.

Similarly to Milli Vanilli, Den Harrow alias Stefano Zandri couldn't sing for toffee but had the looks, so the producers hired studio musicians to sing his songs. Something which Zandri denies to this day, although there is ample proof.
>> No. 13237 Anonymous
10th July 2022
Sunday 1:00 pm
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>>13236
Italodisco was incredibly popular in the old Soviet countries as well. Eddy Huntington is from North-East England, but he cashed in on the perestroika gravy train with a song all about the USSR:



I'm pretty sure that's really him singing, although he's obscure enough that I can't be sure.
>> No. 13238 Anonymous
10th July 2022
Sunday 1:37 pm
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>>13237

Italo Disco really deserves credit for a certain kind of sound that you don't just associate with summer holidays in Italy circa 1985 as a weelad like I do, but it was a fresh take on early 1980s chiefly British synthpop from the likes of OMD, Human League and Yazoo, and even some early Depeche Mode before Vince Clarke left.

It ended up becoming somewhat formulaic, but it did establish many sound tropes that are to us today idiosyncratically "80s", like the octave bass or the synth arpeggio, or clean, smooth synth stabs and harmonies.

Some examples -


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Fs3UcO_JhU


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1_TQjEn6cpQ

Laura Branigan and Raf released their versions almost at the same time, and they were neck and neck in some mainland European charts.
>> No. 13239 Anonymous
10th July 2022
Sunday 2:31 pm
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>>13238
I really can't get over my discovery that famous pop star Laura Branigan was effectively a tribute band for Italian music. Besides Self-Control, she also released Gloria, which was another Italian song.



Wikipedia says she had other hits, but I don't know them.
>> No. 13240 Anonymous
10th July 2022
Sunday 4:10 pm
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>>13238

I think you've got the influences partially backwards. There was a two-way street between Italo and synthpop, driven in part by the limitations of technology - everyone's sound took a huge leap forward every time they got their hands on a new piece of equipment. In the late 70s, Moroder and Marouani were making records that sounded incredibly modern. At the same time, OMD were basically a rock band with synths and The Human League were still breaking out from the shadow of Kraftwerk.








>> No. 13241 Anonymous
10th July 2022
Sunday 4:11 pm
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>>13240

Cock, I got one of the embeds wrong. Here:


>> No. 13242 Anonymous
10th July 2022
Sunday 4:18 pm
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>>13239

The melody hook from "Gloria" was then arguably nicked by Jarvis Cocker. I say arguably; I don't think Umberto Tozzi ever asked him for a share, although it's blatantly obvious.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qJS3xnD7Mus
>> No. 13243 Anonymous
10th July 2022
Sunday 4:37 pm
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>>13240

> driven in part by the limitations of technology - everyone's sound took a huge leap forward every time they got their hands on a new piece of equipment

A lot of synth music by unknown and upcoming synth bands of that time was created on a Yamaha DX-7 which debuted in 1983, and possibly a handful of more expensive studio-owned synths. The DX-7 democratised early 80s synthpop, in that for the first time, it offered an affordable big-sounding digital synthesizer to semiprofessional acts on a shoestring budget hoping to make it big. Most bands stuck with the factory sounds of the DX-7 because while it was a technological mavel, it was notoriously difficult to program and elicit your own original sounds from it. Which in turn means that if you know a bit about the DX-7, you can spot a whole host of its factory sound patches in mid-80s synth music.

That said, it's worth noting that Italo Disco was mainly a producer-driven genre, in that there was no real grassroots Italo Disco movement of small upcoming bands creating a new sound or anything like that. It was more like a handful of Italian studio producers came up with this sound which then permutated throughout a string of different artists they produced over the years. A bit like Stock Aitken and Waterman did from the late 80s, although not quite with the stringent late-80s yuppie capitalist mass production ethic as SAW. Italo Disco was just a bit of southern European fun.
>> No. 13244 Anonymous
10th July 2022
Sunday 6:20 pm
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Speaking of 80s vibes -


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mmc8UWo0xL8
>> No. 13245 Anonymous
16th July 2022
Saturday 2:19 am
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>> No. 13246 Anonymous
16th July 2022
Saturday 3:31 pm
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>> No. 13247 Anonymous
16th July 2022
Saturday 3:31 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=39RIl3mhpT0
>> No. 13248 Anonymous
16th July 2022
Saturday 7:43 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULx9k2QkL94
>> No. 13249 Anonymous
17th July 2022
Sunday 12:10 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bkziaWwrXCU

It was only just now while looking up the song on youtube that I found out that it wasn't sung by Melanie Thornton of La Bouche.

Oh well.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ViP87WipSm0
>> No. 13250 Anonymous
19th July 2022
Tuesday 8:08 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5YgevxRGXIU
>> No. 13251 Anonymous
22nd July 2022
Friday 11:56 am
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3288sRVCMjA
>> No. 13252 Anonymous
22nd July 2022
Friday 12:58 pm
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>> No. 13253 Anonymous
22nd July 2022
Friday 1:13 pm
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>>13252

Very odd.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nyyGRh19r_k
>> No. 13254 Anonymous
22nd July 2022
Friday 7:05 pm
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>>13252
>How Much is the Fish?
I guess it's entertaining when she calls it that, but that's hardly the original version. The tune itself is decades, if not centuries old.

Here it is in Dutch in the 1970s:


I think the original is this one here, but I've never known if Alan Stivell made a career of reviving ancient music or if he was just writing it himself and passing it off as ancient Breton folk music:

>> No. 13255 Anonymous
22nd July 2022
Friday 8:33 pm
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>>13254
The tune dates back to the late 1920s.

Also, the fish was DM3.80, or about €3 in today's money.
>> No. 13258 Anonymous
24th July 2022
Sunday 11:56 am
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>>13255
You can get it for less than that these days.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_miGclPFGs
>> No. 13259 Anonymous
24th July 2022
Sunday 1:21 pm
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>>13258
He got deported years ago.
>> No. 13260 Anonymous
25th July 2022
Monday 3:55 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BURM7l6_pvg

A friend spotted Andrew Eldritch at a bar in London once. He was just sitting in a corner booth by himself, with his mirror glasses on, having one Jack and Coke after the other and burning through a packet of fags like they were sweets.
>> No. 13261 Anonymous
25th July 2022
Monday 8:24 pm
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Your mum's really come out of her shell since the divorce.


>> No. 13262 Anonymous
26th July 2022
Tuesday 8:30 am
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpuR7zT33p4
>> No. 13263 Anonymous
26th July 2022
Tuesday 8:37 am
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKxkY37ZUGw
>> No. 13264 Anonymous
26th July 2022
Tuesday 8:46 am
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LLYHLW-xfhs
>> No. 13267 Anonymous
26th July 2022
Tuesday 9:57 am
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LzG-qji05Lc
>> No. 13268 Anonymous
26th July 2022
Tuesday 12:40 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uUoOF6ddhYk

A one-off Australian music project from 1988. I bought their album a while ago because it was the only way to get this song in good audio quality, but the rest of the album isn't really noteworthy.
>> No. 13269 Anonymous
29th July 2022
Friday 11:21 am
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>>13267
The entire album is a good listen if you're I to stoner doom metal.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9iTuDvk45Qk
>> No. 13273 Anonymous
31st July 2022
Sunday 11:14 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e7tdn8eaUfs
>> No. 13275 Anonymous
1st August 2022
Monday 4:26 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3OC2aPCuzjo
>> No. 13276 Anonymous
1st August 2022
Monday 4:56 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SB9NZkKJoGo

Somewhat nicked from "Justify My Love" by Madonna.
>> No. 13278 Anonymous
2nd August 2022
Tuesday 12:33 pm
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>> No. 13279 Anonymous
2nd August 2022
Tuesday 1:08 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WoESSG6iSAI
>> No. 13287 Anonymous
11th August 2022
Thursday 6:52 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6cYcdBVQ8NM
>> No. 13288 Anonymous
11th August 2022
Thursday 9:45 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qFLhGq0060w

Daft Punk are the real stars of this track.

One of their best works ever.
>> No. 13292 Anonymous
18th August 2022
Thursday 1:57 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EIxsPBbZ_b8
>> No. 13294 Anonymous
18th August 2022
Thursday 3:44 pm
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>>13293

>gets by with an entire catalogue of collaborations with much better artists.

That's your answer right there.


And now for something entirely unrelated -


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ed1tv_gCOUA
>> No. 13295 Anonymous
18th August 2022
Thursday 5:47 pm
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>>12985

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hkgik4edDpY
If you cannot nod your head to this, I'm not sure who you are.
>> No. 13296 Anonymous
20th August 2022
Saturday 2:06 am
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pC_zffOenk8

"The White Room" was arguably one of the best albums of the early 1990s. It was both a high watermark of acid house and a jumping-off point for 90s eurodance.
>> No. 13297 Anonymous
20th August 2022
Saturday 4:55 pm
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>>13296

From the same era -


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EVw7fzIP6cQ


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iRgtzZ-mOQo
>> No. 13298 Anonymous
27th August 2022
Saturday 6:42 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E7K-pr9ZinY

Very quintessentially mid-80s.

Including Mike Oldfield's increasing blandness as a musician.
>> No. 13299 Anonymous
27th August 2022
Saturday 7:02 pm
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>>13298
He's the man; they just should not let him sing. Ever, under any circumstances. Get someone else to sing and that song's no worse than his other not-famous pop releases.


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27th August 2022
Saturday 7:07 pm
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>>13298
I'm struggling to find a reason for the blandness. I know he found himself in a really awful position with his contract with Virgin, signed at a time when neither he nor Richard Branson knew any better, and Virgin wanted him to be a bit more middle-of-the-road mainstream than the sort of thing he wanted to make, but this wasn't even a track from one of the particularly boring mid-80s albums he churned out to just to fill out the contract. It was a single released independently of any album or tour or anything excusable.

In the end, when he got to a point of having to still crank out three albums to complete the contract at the end of the decade, he put out two okay-but-still-bland albums and one massive "fuck you" to Virgin and Branson, which has some interesting stories to it in itself.
>> No. 13301 Anonymous
27th August 2022
Saturday 7:23 pm
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>>13298

I was with you until the guitar solo bit in the middle, which is actually pretty rad.

I've never understood the hype with him though. Maybe because I'm my age, not my dad's age, but I just don't get it with Mike Oldfield. Even Tubular Bells is just boring.
>> No. 13302 Anonymous
27th August 2022
Saturday 7:39 pm
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>>13301

It's still a pretty standard solo though. It's like he thought, ok, I need something to make this song just a smidgen less forgettable without going out of my way.

The problem with him wasn't that it was bad music as such. But it just had no "edge". It ticked all the boxes of mainstream pop of its era, but it just wasn't memorable. You just didn't want to listen to it over and over.

Even Trevor Horn, who was pulling pleasant, mainstream pop tunes out of his arse in the 80s by the dozens as producer for a whole host of acts, is still widely remembered for unique works like Slave To The Rhythm by Grace Jones, Frankie Goes To Hollywood's Relax, or ABC's Look of Love.
>> No. 13303 Anonymous
27th August 2022
Saturday 7:40 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhzhcutAPx0
80's rock revival when?
>> No. 13304 Anonymous
27th August 2022
Saturday 7:41 pm
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>> No. 13305 Anonymous
27th August 2022
Saturday 7:50 pm
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>>13302
Mike's mid/late 80s were a bit of a downer. His early stuff is decent, and his later stuff after he got out of his enslavement contract with Virgin is a bit more interesting.

The first five minutes of this is him deliberately fucking with the executives at Virgin, including Branson himself. He has stated that his intentions were quite literally to put them off listening to it and, if they were still going after about three minutes, blow out their speakers. Also, YouTube now has a thing that shows you which parts people are rewatching and jumping to. Can you guess where he uses Morse to tell Branson to fuck off?

>> No. 13306 Anonymous
27th August 2022
Saturday 8:03 pm
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Mike Oldfield did Moonlight Shadow, and I think he has wanted to make another one like that for most of his career because it was a huge hit and it's fantastic. I discovered this song of his on foreign online radio, and I think it was a massive hit in lots of European countries, but not this one at all. It's basically Moonlight Shadow all over again. I've probably posted it here before at some point, because not only do I absolutely love it, but also, this is one of the greatest fan-made YouTube music videos made from clips of other things that I have ever seen. It truly is a masterpiece.



If I haven't written this exact post before, when do you think "Man in the Rain" came out? Like I say, it sounds just like Moonlight Shadow so I would have guessed 1986 or thereabouts, but it actually came out in 1998.
>> No. 13307 Anonymous
27th August 2022
Saturday 8:24 pm
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>>13305

About the only song I really liked by Mike Oldfield from the late 80s was Earth Moving.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zJLpF7YetE

It's again not really a groundbreaking song, but as a socially awkward young teenlad who didn't know any better at the time, it kind of stuck with me. My nan, of all people, gave me the album for my birthday and it ended up becoming the soundtrack to my life for a brief time.

You can just imagine how that conversation went at the record shop. "Yes, can you tell me what kind of music young people today enjoy?" - "Well we have a big stack of unsold Mike Oldfield cassetes and I think your grandson will like this album".

"Earth Moving" was decidedly not his worst album of that time period ("Islands" was probably the low point). While one or two songs on Earth Moving are absolute shite (including "Innocent" featuring his girlfriend Anita Hegerland, who is also in the video to Pictures In The Dark), there are some that really aren't bad and are a break from the blandness. Even Maggie Reilly returned for one song with a decent effort.


Here's a playlist:

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLP59Fs_hB7C1NkUuijSkIJhJlaUdleHqv
>> No. 13308 Anonymous
27th August 2022
Saturday 8:32 pm
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>>13306
It was written to be both a sort of follow-up to Moonlight Shadow and a radio-friendly single to promote the album it's from, which is best summed up as what if Tubular Bells but in turn of the century Ibiza.
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29th August 2022
Monday 7:02 pm
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After the discussion of Mike Oldfield above, I have been recommended another pop song of his and it's honestly damn good. You can tell he's a brilliant musician, even if you don't like the song itself.



And the more I learn about Mike Oldfield, the more I think he's similar to Chris de Burgh. Chris de Burgh is also an extremely accomplished songwriter with close to zero musical credibility and only two hits that anyone has heard of, but who has an extensive back catalogue of perfectly good songs that you never hear. They feel like they should have been much bigger hits, but again, like Mike Oldfield, they're often pretty generic somehow.




>> No. 13310 Anonymous
29th August 2022
Monday 7:41 pm
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>>13309

Chris de Burgh did have some pretty good songs in the 80s. But he was a bit of a budget Phil Collins.

Chris Rea is another artist who was kind of similar at the time.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OcW-BSEB3ng

This song always reminds me of evenings spent barrelling up the M1 with my older brother and his BMW E30, putting the lavish sound system he had just installed through its paces.

We're talking 12'' Magnat drivers on the tiny parcel shelf of an E30 coupe. Madness.

Other songs at the time that sounded great on that car hi fi system included Left To My Own Devices by the Pet Shop Boys and Holding Out For A Hero by Bonnie Tyler. And Find My Love by Fairground Attraction. Anybody remember Fairground Attraction?
>> No. 13311 Anonymous
29th August 2022
Monday 10:13 pm
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I'm not sure if Mark Knopfler is sufficiently uncool for this conversation, but he certainly fits in the category of "CDs your dad bought from a petrol station but you actually quite like".



On the topic of artists who had one big hit but a phenomenal back catalogue, Gerry Rafferty deserves your attention if you only know Baker Street. I think he's a man after our own hearts - a night owl, a drinker, sometimes a recluse, but only because he felt things too deeply.




>> No. 13312 Anonymous
29th August 2022
Monday 10:39 pm
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>>13311

Dire Straits were a great band, with many iconic songs, but Mark Knopfler couldn't sing for toffee. Seriously, name one Dire Straits song where he gives a memorable singing performance.


In terms of "your dad's favourite music", there were still a few other artists from the 70s who branched out in the 80s into solo careers.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D8WSSG3UzwU


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D3k3y7dykx0
>> No. 13313 Anonymous
29th August 2022
Monday 11:33 pm
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>>13312

Sultans of Swing, obviously. But then, I would argue they are a total one hit wonder and that song, while a masterpiece, was the only truly great one they ever put out.

It's pretty disappointing actually. I spent nearly 15 years honing my guitar playing abilities to the point I was able to perform a passable rendition of that song. Mark Knopfler is an extremely talented guitarist with an incredibly unique and recognisable playing style, but all that ever came out of it is that one song. Crying shame.

But I mean, it's fine. Sometimes a musician peaks early and never quite reaches the same heights again. A victim of their own lightning-bolt success. I feel much the same about my band's first "hit", which was actually meant as a bit of a piss-take pastiche of tropes on the scene we played in, but people lapped it up, and demanded more like it for the rest of our short lived career.

Anyway.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xbhCPt6PZIU

I've been thinking lately about how... For lack of a better word... Sexy Robert Plant is in this. He's verging on what the youngins these days call a femboy. I'm only about 10% gay max, on a good day, but I'd go there.

Was this acceptable back then, or did it provoke the same controversy and indignation as Ed Sheeran being non-binary or whatever the fuck nowadays?
>> No. 13314 Anonymous
30th August 2022
Tuesday 12:57 am
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>>13313

You seem to have forgotten about Brothers in Arms and Going Home.

>Was this acceptable back then, or did it provoke the same controversy and indignation as Ed Sheeran being non-binary or whatever the fuck nowadays?

You would 100% get your head kicked in for dressing like that, but getting your head kicked in was basically our national pastime in the 70s. Rock stars dressed like weirdos, but everyone expected them to dress like weirdos. Old people hated it because they hated everything about young people; young people loved it because old people hated it. That sort of thing has become controversial rather than simply a generational divide, because baby boomers refuse to acknowledge that they're old.

Once upon a time, people who hated gender-bending pop stars saw it as just another symptom of a society in an endless decline towards Sodom and Gomorrah; they were the same sort of people who hated swearing on TV, women expressing opinions and The Blacks. They had a secure personal identity as a common-sense defender of traditional values and heard voices in society that validated their identity.

These days practically everyone sees themselves as an open-minded liberal on most social issues, which causes massive amounts of cognitive dissonance when they find themselves being repulsed by something. Prudish people haven't gone away, they've just had to construct identities that allow them to believe that they aren't prudes.

My vote for the most fuckable glam rock femboy has to go to Steve Priest, the bassist out of Sweet. I cannot begin to imagine the number of confusing semis and sexual awakenings that man must have caused.


>> No. 13315 Anonymous
30th August 2022
Tuesday 1:44 am
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>>13314

Ahh, glam rock is kind of cheating really though, it doesn't count if they're practically in drag anyway. It has to be natural.

Burke Shelley out of Budgie had it in his younger days mind, in that "shy nerdy girl who reads Michael Moorecock novels" kind of way.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54H3EUAzpVg

Maybe I'm just projecting and need a wank now though.
>> No. 13316 Anonymous
30th August 2022
Tuesday 11:30 am
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>>13313

I think David Gilmour is equally gifted as a guitar player, although his style is markedly different.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zOyk5qnamjc

The second guitar solo at the end of "Comfortably Numb" is widely regarded as one of the best solos ever created. And I would agree.

Also, while a lot of people moan about recent 4K remasters of classic music videos, I think this one turned out quite well.


>>13314

>Once upon a time, people who hated gender-bending pop stars saw it as just another symptom of a society in an endless decline towards Sodom and Gomorrah

I was a weelad in the 80s when Culture Club had their heyday, and it's hard for young people today to get an idea what kind of an impact Boy George's genderfluid, flamboyant homosexual persona had. Not few in the older generation were completely apoplectic and wanted to have him banned from TV entirely, or failing that, have him put in some kind of gulag to get all that sissy boy stuff out of him.

Nowadays, you could obviously say that he was decades ahead of his time.
>> No. 13317 Anonymous
30th August 2022
Tuesday 11:50 am
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>>13316

>Also, while a lot of people moan about recent 4K remasters of classic music videos, I think this one turned out quite well.


ok scrap that, I just watched it on my big TV screen, and it looks awful. All of the charm of the original 35mm film print is gone, it basically looks like they filmed it yesterday using a low-grade HD camera. It takes away the authenticity of it in a certain way.

I see the problem that many people have with these remasters.
>> No. 13318 Anonymous
30th August 2022
Tuesday 12:12 pm
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>>13313
You can very clearly see which way he dresses.
>> No. 13319 Anonymous
30th August 2022
Tuesday 12:13 pm
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The best (and only) song about falling in love with an effeminate glam rocker.
>> No. 13320 Anonymous
30th August 2022
Tuesday 12:35 pm
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>>13316

Gilmour is definitely one of the legends, very big personal influence for me actually, but in truth his playing style is quite conventional honestly. It's all pretty standard blues scale stuff with big long bends, rooted in that era of music where guitarists were just making the jump between BB King and Jimi Hendrix.

With Knopfler, what's impressive is that he has a quite unusual fingerpicking style that you'd normally hear in country or folk. He's picking the strings not just independently with his fingers, but sometimes with totally independent rhythms. I can't think of another player who does that for rock music. The dude has some serious chops, he just doesn't play the kind of big flashy solos that would get him recognised for it. And that's why I find it so weird that Dire Straits are almost totally shit.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OG__SwkV3wg

Where Gilmour's work is pioneering (as is Floyd in general) is just achieving the effects and huge soundscapes they did, considering the technology of the time was so comparably primitive. Even their really early stuff does the kind of thing modern artists do by looping and manipulating samples, only achieved manually, in the late 60s. Lightyears ahead of their time.

Especially playing live- It's easy to forget they didn't have any AxeFX Quad Cortex Helix processors to take care of everything back then (although I suspect Gilmour might have been one of the people who pioneered wet/dry rigs, basically using multiple amps so you can blend the "clean" sound with effects at different levels), so they had to work for those sounds. People think Dave Gilmour's set up must have been crazy and complex, but he basically just had a couple of HiWatt heads, a Binson EchoRec and a Big Muff, and a lot of creativity.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TToiePXjuR8
>> No. 13321 Anonymous
30th August 2022
Tuesday 12:54 pm
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>>13320

>Even their really early stuff does the kind of thing modern artists do by looping and manipulating samples, only achieved manually, in the late 60s. Lightyears ahead of their time.

I think that is also why Pink Floyd's music from that time sounds so authentic. You don't need to understand the finer points of sound editing to notice that an analog production sounds vastly different from most digital setups as they are used today.

One of the last artists to celebrate analog sound before the digital age was Lenny Kravitz on his 1991 album Mama Said. It was recorded entirely on analog instruments and equipment and has a unique warm acoustic feel which, at least in the beginning of digital sound processing in the early 90s, couldn't have been achieved using digital technology. From what a friend told me, there are nowadays many filter plugins for studio workstations that let you simulate analog sound, but they're apparently not quite the same if you have a frame of reference how analog sound actually sounded in the 70s and early 80s.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TmENMZFUU_0
>> No. 13322 Anonymous
30th August 2022
Tuesday 1:28 pm
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>>13321

I'd imagine there's some money to be made these days opening a very hipster "all analogue" recording studio. Lots of musicians are snobs about using all analogue vintage-style (if not genuinely antique) guitars and amps and what have you, but when they get into the studio it's all going through ProTools with a set of expensive Waves plugins anyway.

I suppose the trouble with that is nobody in the industry has the skills required to operate the old gear nowadays, and buying miles and miles of tape for your sessions must really eat into your margins. Plus it's an almost completely pointless exercise because most people are listening through digital mediums now, so only the handful of hardcore audiophiles buying your limited 100 print vinyl at the end of it will truly get to appreciate all the effort.
>> No. 13323 Anonymous
30th August 2022
Tuesday 3:34 pm
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>>13322

Also, youngsters these days don't really invest in hi fi equipment anymore like our generation used to do, where a modular home audio system was pretty much a young teenlad's first serious investment that could cost you well over 500 quid. In late 80s, early 90s money, when that meant something. Or close to £1,000 in today's money.

My mates and I used to spend hours frequenting hi-fi shops and reading magazines, keeping up on the latest top of the line home stereo components, which we couldn't realistically afford anyway. So that when you finally had the money together for a mid-range Yamaha tape deck, you knew it was never going to be as good as the Nakamichi you were having wet dreams about.

Nowadays, just look at all the tiny £200 Bluetooth boom boxes that younguns have with them when they hang about at the park or beach. They make an improbably bass heavy, rich sound, but you don't have to listen all that closely to realise that it has nothing to do with high fidelity as you and I would understand it. And that is their frame of reference how music should sound. You can easily create entire albums with digital equipment that cater to that kind of sound, but again, it's not like it used to be.
>> No. 13324 Anonymous
30th August 2022
Tuesday 4:06 pm
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>>13322

>I'd imagine there's some money to be made these days opening a very hipster "all analogue" recording studio.

Sadly not, but some people are still keeping the flag flying. Probably the greatest example is Steve Albini's Electrical Audio - a purpose-built facility designed specifically for no-nonsense rock recordings. It's only viable because Steve bankrolled it as a passion project. They charge $450/day for the small room and $650/day for the big room, which might just barely cover their costs.

If they were in it for the money, they'd just sell off all the gear to collectors - their microphone collection alone is probably worth the best part of two million quid.

A 2500ft reel of 2" tape currently costs £315, which holds either 33 minutes or 17 minutes of audio depending on how much treble you want. Large-format analogue mixing consoles are increasingly endangered, because they have much more value if they've been chopped up. Hardly anyone has the space or the inclination to keep a whole console in working order, but a lot of people will pay good money for a single channel strip as an input for their DAW.


>> No. 13325 Anonymous
30th August 2022
Tuesday 4:24 pm
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>>13317

They've clearly used some kind of AI upscaling from a standard definition video rather than telecineing the original film print. The image is really contrasty and over-sharpened, it has the illusion of detail, but there's no real texture and no film grain.

Music videos tended to be shot on 16mm, which is inherently grainier than 35mm but has a wonderfully filmic look. You know when you're looking at 16mm, because it doesn't look like anything else and you can't really fake it.



I was listening to some old pirate radio recordings the other day and the thought occurred to me that I actually miss getting slightly bad reception. Obviously it was annoying to be fiddling about with your aerial, but you had the sense that you were listening to something live and direct. Every time the signal dropped out when you were going about town, it was a reminder that you were listening to a signal coming straight from a tower block. The experience wasn't being mediated by some massive American tech company and a load of incomprehensible fibre-optic gubbins, just an aerial on a rooftop and a hand-made transmitter in an old Quality Street tin.

You couldn't hear the station around the world, you couldn't even hear it on the other side of town. It was your station for your ends. If nobody had a C90 rolling, what you were hearing would be lost forever, surviving only in the memories of people who were tuned in at that precise moment. Legendary sets weren't uploaded to Soundcloud, they were passed from hand to hand as fourth-generation copies on hand-labelled cassettes. Obviously nobody would want to go back, but pirate radio fostered a sense of community that's impossible to replicate online.


>> No. 13326 Anonymous
30th August 2022
Tuesday 4:28 pm
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>>13325

I buggered up the embeds there - the Last Christmas video was obviously shot on 35mm. Let's see if I can successfully copy and paste the right link...


>> No. 13327 Anonymous
30th August 2022
Tuesday 4:36 pm
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>>13325

I've never gone out of my way to listen to jungle (or DnB in general) in my life, but it's a genre I feel completely intimately familiar with thanks to what seems like every single PS1 and early PS2 game having it in the soundtrack.
>> No. 13328 Anonymous
30th August 2022
Tuesday 5:08 pm
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>>13324

>A 2500ft reel of 2" tape currently costs £315, which holds either 33 minutes or 17 minutes of audio depending on how much treble you want

And what about the long term availability of studio-quality magnetic tape?

On the end user market, nearly all the varieties of compact cassette audio tape available today are pretty horrible compared to the mid- to late 90s when audio tape was at its technological peak. Chrome and metal tapes are no longer made at all, you can only get new Type I tapes. A fact which is reflected in the price of new old stock tapes on eBay, where a brand-name chrome C90 from the late 80s to early 90s will now cost you upwards of £6.

But I guess when you look at the few and far between tape decks that are still produced today, you have no way of making use of the superior sound quality of chrome and metal. Those new tape decks are usually built around a cheap third-party Chinese mechanism (I think there's really only one manufacturer left in the whole world who keeps making them). Any Japanese deck from the early 90s in good nick will offer you better build and sound quality.
>> No. 13329 Anonymous
30th August 2022
Tuesday 5:56 pm
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>>13325

>Music videos tended to be shot on 16mm, which is inherently grainier than 35mm but has a wonderfully filmic look. You know when you're looking at 16mm, because it doesn't look like anything else and you can't really fake it.


The Wall was filmed on 35mm though. And it, too, has a certain kind of look. It offers more realism than 16mm, while still having that "period" feel to it.

"Last Christmas" is an example of a 4K remaster which worked quite well. I think it has to do with the fact that they greatly adhered to the colour grading of the original and were careful with motion interpolation between frames.

The worst time for music videos was probably the late 80s to mid-90s when budget music videos were increasingly shot on standard definition first-generation CCD video cameras. They offered some improvements over tube cameras, but the technology wasn't quite developed enough yet. Whereas video filmed with tube cameras from the late 70s to early 80s had its own kind of endearing quality. Maybe because it is so instantly recognisable as being from that period.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cNEdxZURTaI
>> No. 13330 Anonymous
2nd September 2022
Friday 9:35 am
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ET1-6Bef9xU
>> No. 13331 Anonymous
2nd September 2022
Friday 9:36 am
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>>13330

I've pretty much been listening to this on loop this week. I love it.
>> No. 13332 Anonymous
2nd September 2022
Friday 10:51 am
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WhbpKfmuVe4

Pretty gripping version of the Verve classic.


Also -


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LLs-JP5FGAg
>> No. 13333 Anonymous
6th September 2022
Tuesday 7:23 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u0hbnqKdPZw

One of Stock/Aitken/Waterman's very early works from 1985.

Before they found their one size fits all formula and milked it to death.
>> No. 13334 Anonymous
7th September 2022
Wednesday 4:29 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u9XrWB-u1vc
>> No. 13335 Anonymous
7th September 2022
Wednesday 4:30 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p7dT_rFnd1o
>> No. 13336 Anonymous
7th September 2022
Wednesday 4:44 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mkSBnuegSao
>> No. 13337 Anonymous
7th September 2022
Wednesday 5:04 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UWRQ6_yrjrs
>> No. 13338 Anonymous
7th September 2022
Wednesday 8:52 pm
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>>13337
I can't believe you'd post a shortened version. Okay, so the last couple of minutes of the full one aren't really necessary, but it's meant to sound epic and being long really adds to that.


>> No. 13339 Anonymous
7th September 2022
Wednesday 9:42 pm
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>>13338

Not a whole lot happens for the first few minutes of that long version, so I prefer the shorter version. Or at least the second half of the long version, which is what I ended up putting in the music folder on my phone, using Audacity to cut it.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U_GnpRw_YWE
>> No. 13340 Anonymous
8th September 2022
Thursday 6:59 pm
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>> No. 13342 Anonymous
9th September 2022
Friday 8:29 pm
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>> No. 13343 Anonymous
9th September 2022
Friday 10:23 pm
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I had this stuck in my head for about two weeks, but couldn't remember for the life of me what it actually was. I warn you, it's very catchy.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOnmjN67Oxo
>> No. 13344 Anonymous
9th September 2022
Friday 10:59 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AyetwgVoUSI
>> No. 13345 Anonymous
14th September 2022
Wednesday 4:59 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vnjSkmMdm34
>> No. 13347 Anonymous
14th September 2022
Wednesday 8:12 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3wkuqRFXNvI

With the distance of all those years, it's kind of beautiful in its own right, perhaps the best song they ever did.
>> No. 13348 Anonymous
14th September 2022
Wednesday 8:49 pm
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>>13347
Distance schmistance. It has always been my favourite Spice Girls song. Thank you for reminding me of it.
>> No. 13351 Anonymous
14th September 2022
Wednesday 9:53 pm
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>>13348

Well it was bitter sweet at the time for me, because it was released not long after my first serious girlfriend broke up with me, and then whenever it was on the radio or on MTV, which was almost constantly, I was weeping a bit inside. But yeah, today it's just a very nice song from a bygone era to me.

Fuck, I'm old. It came out 24 years ago.
>> No. 13352 Anonymous
14th September 2022
Wednesday 10:22 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qoWed6iNlrs

With the right set of speakers, you could tear the house down with this song's intro.
>> No. 13353 Anonymous
15th September 2022
Thursday 2:24 pm
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Say You'll Be There is probably the best Spice Girls song.
>> No. 13355 Anonymous
20th September 2022
Tuesday 1:44 am
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This was a clue on Only Connect earlier. I'd have got the question right if I could remember what this was, but alas I drew a blank and thought it was something completely different.


>> No. 13356 Anonymous
20th September 2022
Tuesday 10:15 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GK3ISATxFtg

This nails mid-80s Top 40 sound to a T. And yet, a bit difficult to place, definitely 1984 to 1988, not Trevor Horn, not quite Stock/Aitken/Waterman either. Pre-HiNRG, but not by much. The closest song I can think of off the top of my head is Hey Music Lover by S'Express, mixed with some Italo Disco or German (non-Kraftwerk) synthpop stabs.

Good Linn drum claps though.

The hair and outfit on the pretend record sleeve are pretty much nicked 1:1 from Kim Wilde in the video to The Second Time. Only thing they changed is they photoshopped the front of it to be purple instead of turquoise.
>> No. 13357 Anonymous
20th September 2022
Tuesday 10:23 pm
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>>13356
The start has a real vibe of New Order - Bizarre Love Triangle to it. Otherwise, maybe Stacey Q - Two of Hearts? That's a banger, whether it sounds like yours or not.


>> No. 13358 Anonymous
20th September 2022
Tuesday 11:01 pm
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>>13357

also, I just found this -


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALWzQUIENdc

This would have been ahead of the curve in 1982. Most of euro disco didn't sound like this until 1984. At a push, 1983.
>> No. 13359 Anonymous
21st September 2022
Wednesday 3:34 am
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLLQFLXz6VE
>> No. 13360 Anonymous
21st September 2022
Wednesday 5:26 am
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What happened to the 90s trend of hot chicks making moody songs? My memory is fucked but it feels like this kind of shit made up at least 25% of what I'd hear on the radio or see on MTV back then.
>> No. 13361 Anonymous
21st September 2022
Wednesday 5:28 am
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>>13359

PKJ needs to ring the Samaritans or something. Nice to see that Norman respects consent.

Can't wait for the new Norman Pain drop tomorrow.
>> No. 13362 Anonymous
21st September 2022
Wednesday 5:29 am
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>>13360

Wasn't that basically reborn as Dido, then Amy Winehouse, then Adele? I expect there'll always be a market for music for single women to drink gin to.
>> No. 13363 Anonymous
21st September 2022
Wednesday 5:48 am
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>>13362
Dido seemed like the last gasp, at least as far as mainstream radio exposure is concerned. The other two aren't attractive and they're more soul tribute acts than Authentically Moody.
>> No. 13364 Anonymous
21st September 2022
Wednesday 4:14 pm
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>>13363

Dido peaked with the Love Actually soundtrack. Throw in White Flag maybe for good measure. After that, it was all middle aged dinner party music. Even the rest of the album Life For Rent was pretty underwhelming.
>> No. 13369 Anonymous
21st September 2022
Wednesday 7:47 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_42p66WeM0

One of Tim Simenon's less known Bomb the Bass tracks, but also from the album Into The Dragon, which featured Beat Dis.
>> No. 13371 Anonymous
21st September 2022
Wednesday 8:47 pm
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>>13360
I always lump Possession in with the works of Christian rock singer Plumb, because they both had dance remixes that came out around the same time (2001-ish) which I really loved. And they blended in perfectly with all the other vocal trance of the time, even though in both cases, they're pounding remixes of incredibly inappropriate songs. Possession took its lyrics from love letters written to Sarah McLachlan by a deranged stalker (he sued her when he found out she'd plagiarised his words, then killed himself when it transpired she wouldn't actually be at the trial), and Plumb's Damaged is all about child molestation.

Let's party!




Whoo! Reach for the lasers!
>> No. 13372 Anonymous
22nd September 2022
Thursday 1:59 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0m5iWSdN_Rw

Another great 80s makeover.

I'm hearing Michael Sembello's Maniac, especially the Linn Drum once again.
>> No. 13374 Anonymous
24th September 2022
Saturday 1:26 am
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMIWoCAUNaE
>> No. 13375 Anonymous
25th September 2022
Sunday 3:21 pm
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