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Discussion in 'The Premier League' started by Stan, Feb 11, 2019 at 12:16 PM.
I like listening to 90s music. It makes me forget that I'm old.
Did you get Spotify yet?
No but when I do I'll go straight to the doctor and get it sorted.
Absolute 90's is my go to DRB channel if i'm not torturing myself listening to Talksport.
Great era of music.
Ruined slightly by the fact they think the have to play Oasis five times each hour but it's good otherwise.
Oasis songs have been so overplayed that I now find them irritating.
Fav albums of the 90's then?
Top 3 in no order
Pearl Jam - Ten
Pulp - Different Class
Nirvana - In utero
The Chemical Brothers - Exit Planet Dust is another one I ****ing love.
Don't mind some of the 90s stuff, mainly chavvy dance **** though
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70’s, you twats. It’s been mostly downhill since then...
On that note, i'll leave the thread.
A lot of the 70's artists I like had already done better albums in the late 60's and I'm tempted to say 65-70 was better...
I refer you to Mr David Bowie, possibly the most unique recording artist of the 20th Century; spent the whole of the Sixties learning his trade. Exploded into the 1970s like a new universe born out of heat, light and chaos.
Rise and Fall was 72 so cannot argue there. On saying that only his debut album was 60's
My top 3 70's albums
Leonard Cohen - Songs of Love and Hate
Bowie - Rise and Fall
Joy Division - Unknown Pleasures
Fast forward to 50 seconds and you'll **** yourself into oblivion.
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Gotta agree with Commie on this one.
Those were three of the most offensively bad bands of that decade!