Dec 28, 2018 -- 8:49AM, jed.davison wrote:
If you haven't got any Associates songs on your list, you're doing it wrong
Please don't start saying that or I'll start believing you
Dec 28, 2018 -- 7:59AM, SlippyBlue wrote:
It's an absolutely impossible task for me to pick my definitive top 10 but this is what I have come up with.1) Brilliant Mind - Furniture2) Such A Shame - Talk Talk3) Eton Rifles - The Jam4) Stripped - Depeche Mode5) Appetite - Prefab Sprout6) With Or Without You - U27) Goodnight Saigon - Bliiy Joel8) Blasphemous Rumours - Depeche Mode9) Woman In Chains - Tears For Fears10) Going Underground - The Jam
I have heard you mention that Furniture track before Slippers , which isn't bad at all ...just a really daft name for a band
Dec 28, 2018 -- 12:30PM, SlippyBlue wrote:
That is totally correct doridou, the lead singer of Talk Talk, Mark Hollis, just didn't want the money, fame nor glory. If they ever did reform, I would literally pay whatever it took to see them live. "It's My Life" is such a wonderful track as well, absolutely love it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ixRWvrkUHo
Yep Slippy, baffles me how it didn't get in the top 40 in 1984, made no 1 in Usa dance charts! I was 11 but I know if i'd heard it I would have loved it, didn't discover them till the best of in 1990. Radio 1 must not have played it in 1984...
They are like two bands as a lot love the experimental side of the last 2 albums Spirit Of Eden and Laughing Stock, but I will always love their more commercial stuff just wish they had made more. Guess if he had just been after money and fame they would never have been as good.
Dec 28, 2018 -- 2:09PM, lfc1971 wrote:
Say hello wave goodbye is good , very good although I prefer the David grey version
you sir is mong.