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Old 11-08-2015, 10:46 PM   #61 (permalink)
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Old 11-19-2015, 05:03 PM   #64 (permalink)
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Some of these are quite good and well above the guilty pleasure status in my opinion.

An under-rated single from a-ha. They developed quite a bit from "Take On Me", but I'm mainly one for their 80's and Early 90's work. From the third album, and the last of their Synth-Pop era. This one is one of the songs that rises above "Guilty Pleasure" a little, but it was also the era of "Touchy" as well.



BEEP! BEEP! BEEP!!! Try to get that out of your head after hearing this. A Flock of Misguided Haircuts...I mean Seagulls had one of their best singles with this. From Listen.

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Bassist Nick Beggs has been working for Steve Wilson the past few years. Dude's a monster player.

Have to agree with that. Despite the "Surreal" imagery of this video surrounding the images that showed Kajagoogoo bravely moving on without Limahl, the video is worth a view as this song was a small Dance Club favorite (at least in The US) I think thanks to Beggs' Bassline moving the song. Stick Bass footage is here.


A 1985 single which went hardly anywhere. Not a bad song, but nothing seriously standing out to being them back to chart prominence either. I was not too much into their music, but saw them as an interesting chapter in the quick rise and fall stories of the decade with a few good singles sides. Points for trying one more time, though.

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These two videos is exactly what I was looking for when I joined Music Banter, that bolt of "That is awesome!" more so on Steven Wilson as the whole band set up is very reminiscent of Bela Fleck and The Flecktones, legendary bassist,with an expert in wind instruments and a bunch of extremely talented people, except instead of blue grass/experimental its more rock. Which I need to dig into more!

Leminol for the most reminds of Flecktones The Sinister Minister the most.



Also Kajagoogoo I shoudl always delve into them like alot of other bands I suppose, however I will have to be listening to that song more.


This.......this is my most guilty of all 80s pleasures (I assure you...there is many.)



The original guilty pleasure I was going to post was Limahl's Never Ending story, untill Limahl side tracked me with other peoples post anyways.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gf1WT8VEZxk

Also anything to do with Little Nell Campbell of Rocky Horror fame.

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That's a big one for me too...

So is "Black Cat" by Janet Jackson... I know, I know, it wasnt released until 1990 BUT it was recorded in 1989 so I'm posting it anyway.

(Oh, and regarding the music video: EAT YOUR HEART OUT, KEVIN BACON!!)

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