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    Quote Originally Posted by trunky View Post
    No idea why I picked this video...

    Always liked the Eiffel Tower myself, trunky

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    Since X and Y aren't in info0's Polish Alphabet here's X and Y so we are now back to A.
    X is Xpansions - Move your body from 1995 a decent song at the time


    Y is for Young Buck - Halo mashup

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    Ah, didn't forget, just didn't have an artist

    Anyway, back to A



    The one and only Armin van Buuren. The number 1 DJ for years to me. Even when he moved to make EDM (ruined trance), his tracks still rock. He got me into trance and ASOT is still FIRE.
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    B - Bobbysocks - Norway's winning song for Eurovision 1985. (song starts at 1:40-ish)


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    C is for Caballero - Hymn - A song I bought on CD single in the 90's which I still have and still gives me goosebumps


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    Reminds me of my Dad who ALWAYS played Dire Straits when we ever drove anywhere!

    Beautiful little number this - very much a personal one for me


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    E is for Eminem feat,. Rihanna (contains swearing)


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    A blinking tune and a half...


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    G is for...



    Gigi D'Agostino always fascinated me. How he created simple loop songs which got v. popular and kind of made history of music (everyone must have heard his songs even once or by accident).
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    Happy Mondays

    Because 1988 means Liverpool winning leagues, wathcing one of their greatest sides playing at Anfield every Saturday then jumping on the train and going for a night out in Manchester without having to think about getting your head stoved in at a moment's notice. Not to be underrated!


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    I then

    Isaac Hayes

    Cracker of a film, AMAZING tune, proper cheesy/"adult film" sounding

    EVERYONE wanted to be John Shaft


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    J - Joy Division

    What a tune! Always put this on the jukebox in the local


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    Well, if we are doing that first letter of the first name thing...

    K is for Kate Bush

    My favourite artist of them all, not for the fainthearted, as her music tends to have quite a lot of complexity and evolved very rapidly from her early, slightly screechy mainstream-ish sound to full on bonkers by the early 80s where it has more-or-less remained ever since.

    I'll rate this track from 1982's 'The Dreaming' around 5/10 on the Bush-bonkers scale: not too lightweight but suitable for new listeners while giving a flavour of the non-conventional which is her calling card. Still, there is plenty to decipher in this 3 minutes told from the mixed perspective of participation in a seance while recalling working as Houdini's magical assistant during an onstage accident. Deal with it


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    Let's try a bit of blues and rock. A band you might not of heard of...


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    bit of a toe tapper - Morissey


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    Nicolas Jaar - a prodigy

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    O is FOR OPETH.



    Simply put, you're not a true metalhead if you don't like Opeth.
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    Looks like the reasoning has gone to pot now

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    P then

    Dunno why but when thi comes on I go ABSOLUTELY CRAZY

    Thinking I am the great mad dancer ever - did get my noticed when I was about 18 or whatever when it was rleased

    Just used to run around the nightclub dancefloor like a madman


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    I reckon this counts for 'Q' if Q is Stacey Q's surname...

    Loved this when I first heard it on the film Hot Rod, helped by the fact that it forms part of a funny scene! The song is just... so 80s.


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    R - R Kelly anyone.......................

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    Haha, top scouse name, though. "Are Kelly's going out with a right biff."

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    R then

    The legend that is RICKY MARTIN!

    Helluva tune this - managed to "pull" some ladies very nicely back in the day to this song - I have a lot to thank Ricky for

    I think people can see I have a varied music taste - so far my picks have been.........

    Jackson 5
    New Order
    Enrique Iglesias
    Queen/George Michael
    Dire Striats
    Isaac Hayes
    Prodigy
    Offspring




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    S... For me it's one of hardest letters to pick from, but let's go with Corey Taylor alternative band... Stone Sour

    And here is a song which started it all for me.



    My good friend recommended me I listen to the song. I completely lost it when he said it's Corey singing as, for one, I don't really like Slipknot. This band however, I cannot dislike. Their songs are on much more personal level.
    There ya go. Personal. Btw Corey acoustic is a thing to behold. ^^.
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    T - the progressive rock scene is full of "super groups". A "super group" is, basically, a group made up by famous musicians from other bands. The outcomes vary vastly - sometimes it's pure brilliance and other times it ends up as a show-off snoozefest.

    "Transatlantic" gets it right on every level. Harmonies, melodies, technical skills, intricate arrangements - these guys nail it all.

    "Duel with the Devil" is from their second album "Bridge Across Forever". It's good. Trust me.

    Oh, in typical prog rock tradition, the song is 26 minutes long.


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