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Old 07-05-2005, 11:57 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Well being that i was born in 75...and was a youthful brat through much of the 80's i guess i could say that i had no 'real' understanding of what music was all about,during the 1980's.
...But i do know i was very into 'The Police' and am still to this day,also the likes of Queen,Kate Bush,Duran Duran,Spandau Ballet,Roxy Music were just some of the artists played within my household...
80's music was great,seems to me it was a time when being expressive musicaly than any other period was what it was all about,shoulder pads and men wearing more make-up than the girls!!! prolly because MTV had just come about!....which commercialised music more than ever before!

and in my eyes,thats not a good thing...thats a bad thing! just look at MTV today....its horrific!
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Old 07-05-2005, 05:16 PM   #22 (permalink)
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The 80's was a great decade for music. Who doesn't like "one Night in Bangkok" by Murray Head, "Purple Rain", "Manic Monday", or "Axel F", which by the way is now making its rounds as a mobile phone ringtone. The 80's was about feel-good music, and getting over the nightmare we call disco.
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