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nathan
31st January 2002, 12:53 PM
I'll just jot down whatever pops into my head. I want this to be a big thread

1) Nilsson:- everybody's talking at me
2) Lou reed:- perfect day
3) jefferson airplane:- white rabbit
4) gordon lightfoot:- if you could read my mind
5) rolling stones:- gimme shelter
6) the undertones:- teenage kicks
7) Primal scream:- jailbird
8) kenny rogers:- just dropped in (to see what condition my condition was in)
9) Four tops:- reach out (i'll be there)
10) This mortal coil:- song to the siren
11) Pachebel:- canon in d minor

The Frog Meister
31st January 2002, 01:03 PM
1) Pink floyd.... All of them!
2) Tryo, L'hyme de ma campagne
3) Jean Jacques Goldman -- most of them....
4) Renault all of them
5) AC DC most of them
6) Metalicca.... The old albums... Fav one is Mama said and fade to black ride the lighting on load ;)
7) Blink 182 Fav is What's my age again :)
8) Baz Lehrman -- Sunscreen
9) Vangelis Conquest of paradis ( you must have a powerful sterio for this!)

whatyadoinsucka
31st January 2002, 01:20 PM
rolling stones

'PAINT IT BLACK.............'

(themetune to the TOUR OF DUTY)

ANTHEM alert

and anything by the beatles......................:guitar: :guitar: :guitar: :guitar: :guitar: :guitar: :guitar: :guitar: :guitar: :guitar: :guitar: :guitar: :guitar: :drum: :band: :band: :band: :band: :band:

franky
31st January 2002, 01:30 PM
1) Ironic - Alanis Morrisette
2) West End Girls - Pet Shop Boys
3) Theres No Other Way - Blur
4) Champagne Supanova - Oasis
5) She Bangs the Drums - Stone Roses
6) We're Lost in Music - Sister Sledge (can i have that one)

nathan
31st January 2002, 01:50 PM
i'll let you have sister sledge although I shouldn't
I love she bangs the drums but can rarely listen to it as it makes me feel melancholy. There's no other way sells for a ton these days.
Love the kick drum at the beginning of paint it black DUFF DUFF DUFF DUFF DUFF

sirius
31st January 2002, 06:31 PM
Not really a list, but one of my non dance fave's is Stevie Wonder's 'Supersticious' - well funky groove in it, Id say its one of the funkiest riffs ever made. period.
Infact, that harmonica playing on that eurithmics track get the old hairs up somehow as well (also played by the main man stevie). Hes one reaally funky guy. Mind you, that 'I just called' track was a bit w*ank though......

Ill think of some more later (must admit theres not many as Im a very devoted dance music fan and pop w*ank/mush doesnt do anything for me most of the time).

Cheers,


Sirius.

Oh yeah,:

Jesus Jones - International Bright Young Thing
Candy Flip - Strawberry Fields Forever
The Laa's - There She Goes (no, really)
Vangelis - Bladerunner theme tune.

WAFC
31st January 2002, 07:54 PM
off the top of me yed and in no order

1. UB40 - The Earth Dies Screaming
2. Happy Mondays - Little Matchstick Owen
3. Dobie Grey - Out on the floor
4.. The Jam - Town called Malice
5. Crowded House - Pineapple Head
6. Smokey Robinson - Tears Of A Clown
7. Dolly Parton - Jolene
8. Inspiral Carpets - Directin' Traffic
9. The Supremes - Reflections
10. Van Morrison - Brown Eyed Girl

nathan
31st January 2002, 07:58 PM
you've got me curious as I've only heard 3 of your ten.
I forgot on mine. Possibly the most uplifting song ever for me

HEROES:- DAVID BOWIE

WAFC
31st January 2002, 09:39 PM
1. is class if you hear it you'll know it
2. Mondays at their best in my opinion, on the 24hourpartypeople album.
3. An old Northern soul one
4. I reckon you'll have heard this
5. Crowded House did about 7 good songs, this was one of them, possibly the only good thing to come out of New Zealand.
6. Tears of a clown when there;'s no one around, quality.
7. Jolene,jolen,jolene,joleneeeeeee good pub song.
8. I'm gettin by just the best I can while you're directin traffic, mannn.
9. THrough the mirror of my mind, time after time, I see reflections of you and me. D.Ross at her best.
10. You'll know this.