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ohh and while im here, check out the dunwell brothers band, they are 39th in the charts atm and, oddly anough, mates with tom armitage (team xtream robotics)
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Team Orr wrote:flock of seagulls anyone?
Hell yeah! :oops: I grew up on all that new romantic / synth pop stuff! Silly haircuts and dubious name aside, "I Ran" is still a great song (IMO - and I'm entitled to it :) )
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BeligerAnt wrote:
Team Orr wrote:flock of seagulls anyone?
Hell yeah! :oops: I grew up on all that new romantic / synth pop stuff! Silly haircuts and dubious name aside, "I Ran" is still a great song (IMO - and I'm entitled to it :) )
I'd have to agree with you there :)
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uoGcH2L68Mg

Just put your feet up and listen. If it doesn't give you tingles you are cold and heartless :)
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Now I'm all in favour of varied styles of music, but "Mandy" by Barry Manilow ???

It takes a brave person to stick their head above the parapet with that one! :wink:

(BTW I grew up having to listen to this - and Cliff Richard - my dear Mum's favourites!)
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Jonathan, have you checked out Mantovani?

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Nathan Windisch wrote:my fav bands:Gorillaz, The Prodigy and La Roux! :D 8) :lol: :P

my fav albums:Fat Of The Land, The La Roux Album and Demon Days! :D 8) :lol: :P

my fav songs:Thriller, Beat It, In For The Kill, Breathe, Diesel Power and Firestarter! :D 8) :lol: :P
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Actually Gary I just watched it on Youtube and it wasn't as bad as I remembered but then I haven't got the sound working yet since I rebuilt my old PC. :roll:
My mum was into Val Doonigan and my sister was into country.
One heart warming LP (thats like a big black CD) was "When Tragedy Stuck" in which someone or some animal died on every track.
Tracks such as "Old Shep" and "There's a little box of pine on the 7:29 bringing back a lost sheep to the fold".

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No I havn't heard heard of Mantovani, tell me more.
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