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  • #81

    With apology to Count Rugen little or nothing from 80's :)

    90's were this sort of thing:

  • #82
    electricpawn wrote:

      How have I not heard of Identity? They have a unique sound!

    Agreed!Smile

  • #83
    electricpawn wrote:

      How have I not heard of Identity? They have a unique sound!

    Yeah mad-punk outfit female singer had lot's of gold teeth !

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X-Ray_Spex

  • #84

    Catchy song here from the 2000sWink

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  • #86
    trysts wrote:

    Catchy song here from the 2000s

    Illinoise is interesting, but I really like Nantes! I think you've posted them before.

  • #87

    Nantes ! wow how strange. Smile (soul need now)

  • #88

    Here's one I like from the 2000's;

  • #89
    electricpawn wrote:
    trysts wrote:

    Catchy song here from the 2000s

    Illinoise is interesting, but I really like Nantes! I think you've posted them before.

    I have! 

  • #90

    Uh...one more Dylan.

     

  • #91

    Dexy's is interesting, and Dropkick is kind of cool. Thanks guys!Smile

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  • #93

    Okay, I love lists, so why don't you guys list the greatest pop music(no classical, nor jazz) of each decade! I'll start with the seventies, but if you feel confident, list the best of earlier years.

    Top five of the seventies: The Rolling Stones; The Sex Pistols; The Who; The Velvet Underground; The CarpentersWink

  • #94

    Hi, Lisa! 

    Top five of the eighties: Cocteau Twins; The Cure; Jane's Addiction; Ministry; U2

  • #95

      Top 5 of the 60's;

    The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, Jimi Hendrix, Bob Dylan

    I like the bluesier early Stones, and I like Hendrix blusier offerings. I think Hendrix should be considered one of the great blues artists (Red House, Catfish Blues, etc.)

    Overall, I think the Beatles were the best band of the 60's.

    Honorable mention:

    The Kinks, Cream, Iggy Popp and the Stooges, The Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, I'm sure I've left some off the list.

  • #96
    electricpawn wrote:

      Top 5 of the 60's;

    The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, Jimi Hendrix, Bob Dylan

    I like the bluesier early Stones, and I like Hendrix blusier offerings. I think Hendrix should be considered one of the great blues artists (Red House, Catfish Blues, etc.)

    Overall, I think the Beatles were the best band of the 60's.

    Honorable mention:

    The Kinks, Cream, Iggy Popp and the Stooges, The Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, I'm sure I've left some off the list.

    Nice!

  • #97
    LisaV wrote:

    Was Tori Amos 80's?

    She was 90sLaughing

  • #98

    You only have two from the eighties, Lisa. Three moreLaughing

  • #99
    LisaV wrote:

    Must still be drunk from last Monday.

    I'll take your word on the other three from 80's then.

    Erm, that is, unless somebody reminds me of my opinion.  lol

    Omg, you are so funny! You aren't allowed to take my opinion!Laughing

  • #100
    Franken_Berry wrote:

    Jane's Addiction?!? 

    Yes. Did I spell it wrong?

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