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Old 10-02-2005, 12:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Soundtrack to your Childhood...

Which records do you remember most as a child?

What records would you choose as the soundtrack to your childhood?

For me it was the music of Northern Soul. My older sister used to bring her friends round, move the table and chairs in the kitchen and practice dance steps on the lino floor.

Records like - Do I Love You - Frank Wilson/ Landslide - Tony Clarke /Right Track - Billy Butler.

The beginnings of a lifelong love affair
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Old 10-02-2005, 12:27 PM   #2 (permalink)
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My Dad was a teddy boy in his youth so lots of old rock n roll.
Although strangly no Elvis , both my parents loathed him. Buddy Holly was the king of Rock N Roll in our household.
My mother was a bit of a mod in the 60s so lots of stuff like The Who , The Kinks , The Small Faces , she was also into early 80s synth pop too so lots of Ultravox , Human League , Soft Cell & that kind of stuff.

Edit : How nice to finally see a thread without a poll or a 'who`s the best.....' in the title.
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Old 10-02-2005, 12:29 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Everything by Nirvana.
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Old 10-02-2005, 04:00 PM   #4 (permalink)
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im still in my childhood,so this is considerably easier for me than others.


The Kinks
The Who
The Saints
Chuck Berry
Muddy Waters
Link Wray
Rolling Stones
The Clash
NWA
Sugarhill Gang
The Ramones
Albert Collins
B.B. King
Elvis Costello
Buddy Guy
Syl Johnson
Django Reinhardt
Iggy Pop
Iggy and the Stooges
MC5
New York Dolls
The Heartbreakers
Richard Hell and the Voidoids
Queen
Tbone Walker
The Buzz****s
The Damned
Generation X
Eddie and the Hot Rods
Velvet Underground
Wire
Stiff Little Fingers
Vibrators
Devo
Motorhead
Fu Manchu
Iron Maiden
AC/DC
Judas Preist
Otis Rush
Otis Redding
Dictators
Pogues
The Stranglers
Ian Dury
Howlin Wolf
Leadbelly
Blind Lemon Jefferson
Wes Montgomery
U2
The Adicts
Magic Sam
Jimi Hendrix
David Bowie
Kool and the Gang
Snoop Dogg
The Smiths
Queens of the Stone Age
Red Hot Chile Peppers
Yngwie Malmstein
Rise Against The Machine
James Brown
Ray Charles
Curtis Mayfield
De La Soul
Salt n Pepa
Al Green
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Old 10-02-2005, 04:04 PM   #5 (permalink)
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im still in my childhood,so this is considerably easier for me than others.


The Kinks
The Who
The Saints
Chuck Berry
Muddy Waters
Link Wray
Rolling Stones
The Clash
NWA
Sugarhill Gang
The Ramones
Albert Collins
B.B. King
Elvis Costello
Buddy Guy
Syl Johnson
Django Reinhardt
Iggy Pop
Iggy and the Stooges
MC5
New York Dolls
The Heartbreakers
Richard Hell and the Voidoids
Queen
Tbone Walker
The Buzz****s
The Damned
Generation X
Eddie and the Hot Rods
Velvet Underground
Wire
Stiff Little Fingers
Vibrators
Devo
Motorhead
Fu Manchu
Iron Maiden
AC/DC
Judas Preist
Otis Rush
Otis Redding
Dictators
Pogues
The Stranglers
Ian Dury
Howlin Wolf
Leadbelly
Blind Lemon Jefferson
Wes Montgomery
U2
The Adicts
Magic Sam
Jimi Hendrix
David Bowie
Kool and the Gang
Snoop Dogg
The Smiths
Queens of the Stone Age
Red Hot Chile Peppers
Yngwie Malmstein
Rise Against The Machine
James Brown
Ray Charles
Curtis Mayfield
De La Soul
Salt n Pepa
o_O

Thats a lot of artists.
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Old 10-02-2005, 04:05 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Err...Devo,Culture Club,Talking Heads,Cure,Smiths,Wall Of Voodoo,Billy Idol,Joy Division,Depeche Mode,Wham,Blondie,Berlin,and the Police...i hate some of it and like others.

Like wham

they own

wakkkkke me up before you go go!

*dances*

good memories..and bad...PARENTS SINGING TO WHIP IT IN THE CAR

I REMEMBER IT

ALL THOSE YEARS AGO..

i was disturbed by it then but when i think of it now..

GROSS
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Old 10-02-2005, 04:12 PM   #7 (permalink)
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^^em, you were a child in the 90's yet your soundtrack is from the 80's...that's nasty....
unfortunately i was actually a child in the 80's and my sister had shiit taste in music, so my earliest memories ( before i actually started to listen to music on my own in the beggining of the 90's ) would be that of Martika, Jason Donovan and Kyle Minogue, Toto, Duran Duran and other emotionally scarring 80's music....
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Old 10-02-2005, 06:08 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Haha my sister had **** taste too. Michael Jackson 8hrs a day for about 80weeks.
I don't mind MJ, heck I didn't even think he was that much of a poof back then, still being black and all, but I got so sick of man in the mirror and all the rest. And then came Bryan Adams, oh christ I thought to myself, I'd rather talk the mirror again.

I myself didn't have much care for music when I was younger, I would pester mum to hire out a playstation more than I would listen to music. Funnily enough, the bands I used to hate on the radio such as Radiohead and R.E.M, I now like and can't understand why I never delved into them more.
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Old 10-02-2005, 08:16 PM   #9 (permalink)
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^^em, you were a child in the 90's yet your soundtrack is from the 80's...that's nasty.....
I was an only child and do you really think my parents (30s) were listening to nirvana and pearljam all day?

think dude.
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Old 10-03-2005, 02:20 PM   #10 (permalink)
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childhood as like 4 or 5 i would say
anything my dad or my sister listened to
nirvana
HANSON hahahah!!!
red hot chile peppers
matallica
led zeplian
alot of ac/dc
no doubt hahah
then he started liking country
dixie chicks..hahaha
it SUCKED!!!!
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