Started by Alexj, December 12, 2004, 06:33:06 am
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QuoteI've just watched a documentary abouth The Clash on TV and seeing the stuff about their second album (Give 'Em Enough Rope) was so nostalgic for me. It got me thinking - it was released in October 1978 which was a couple of weeks before 'Hemispheres'. Two of my top 5 albums so close together - I must have been in heaven ;D
QuoteI checked other stuff I bought in '78 and it really was a defining year for me musically. Do any of you have a particular favourite year for music?
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QuoteWho are these guys? ??? Never heard of this band...
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QuoteThanks Slim and Reg, I had no idea as to any of that. I've heard of Gary Numan, but I don't think I'd know one of his tunes if it hit me in the head! Not terribly surprising though, as I was only born in '84. As for a favourite music year... I'd have to say 1978: Van Halen - Van Halen Black Sabbath - Never Say DieThe Sex Pistols - Never Mind The Bollocks, Here's the Sex PistolsThe Scorpions - Taken By ForceThe Scorpions - Tokyo TapesFrank Zappa - Zappa In New YorkBoston - Don't Look BackRush - HemispheresRainbow - Long Live Rock n' RollBut for a personal best year? Hard to say, it'd have to be somewhere from late '99 to the present, as that's when I started listening to the older, superior stuff as opposed to 90s drivel.
QuoteNever Mind The Bollocks was released in 1977.
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