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    Posted: 20 Sep 2017 at 9:00pm
So..Kit Kats latest 'genius'..vague Eighties themed muzak that sounds like Bad Blondie mated with generic Donna Summer and those WACKY 80s dos and kooky klothes..THEN you see ghetto rappin Kit Kat on fire escapes and Breakin ® in duh hood..Kit Kat, WTF???
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Strange turn!


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Going back all those decades and no resemblance to the old, well known jingle. Sad.
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they are out-HIPPING themselves..is this the fault of Chahnce the RAPPER'?
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I hate the rap one. But the new wave one is EONS better than 'LIBRARY BREAK!!!' Thank god that thing is off...
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hmmm..well i guess theres a raw turd like the Library scenario and theres a glimmering, shiny,  POLISHED turd with creepy 80s goofballs with Blahndie®s stirring 'gimme a brreAACHE' howls and that oh so kitschy costuming...the 80s are now my generations FIFTIES..Sunday, Monday HAPPY DAYS!!
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^  Yeah, the 80s didn't even look good in the 80s.
 
 
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Oh come on.

How can you say that???







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At least that Flock of Haircut 100s guy at the top had some pizzazz.  Those white guys in the bottom pic just look like Orleans (how the hell did those guys ever even allow that? LOL) .
 
 
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

At least that Flock of Haircut 100s guy at the top had some pizzazz.  Those white guys in the bottom pic just look like Orleans (how the hell did those guys ever even allow that? LOL)


You don't recognize them?






Staples of the 80's music scene if ever there were.

I gotta admit, I was a fan of their bigger hits...
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

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I gotta admit, I was a fan of their bigger hits...
 
Ditto.
 
And even if you weren't a fan, you have to admit it's waaaaay better than today's "music"!
 
 
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

At least that Flock of Haircut 100s guy at the top had some pizzazz.  Those white guys in the bottom pic just look like Orleans (how the hell did those guys ever even allow that? LOL)


You don't recognize them?


Staples of the 80's music scene if ever there were.

I gotta admit, I was a fan of their bigger hits...
 
Can't say I did.  I know the name, and I know the "Weekend" song, but that's about it.  I just wasn't "hearing" much of that kind of music back then, I guess.
 
And as I've said before, permed hair usually told me all I needed to know about the music.
 
 
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Originally posted by Anduril Anduril wrote:

Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:



I gotta admit, I was a fan of their bigger hits...
 
Ditto.
 
And even if you weren't a fan, you have to admit it's waaaaay better than today's "music"!
 
 
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You three liked that sound? You are hip-shaking, rump-quakin' boyos? 
 
I had no idea all three of you had romantic preferences for young males due to them taking advantage of you when you were young. Indeed, it IS true - victims often become the next generation of abusers.
I am SO sorry!
Now that we know your 'musical preferences' (and othersConfused), I have to admit I'm really happy we didn't walk into Domino's together for an XL Pizza with 'extra snausage', doncha know...
 
Image result for snausages     
 
 
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Something got lost in the quote feature, Pa.  I wasn't a fan at all.  I don't care about the gay inferences you made, but the idea that I might've been a fan of their music---well, that's where I draw the line.  LOL
 
 
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I think 'Turn Me Loose' is a great song. PaW is making a narrow minded judgement on the taste of fellow members music preferences. There was only so much music available at that time in history.

It didn't decide sexual orientation.
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

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You three liked that sound? You are hip-shaking, rump-quakin' boyos? 
 
I had no idea all three of you had romantic preferences for young males due to them taking advantage of you when you were young. ...
 
Paw, I think you have Loverboy confused with Kajagoogoo?  Confused Tongue
 
 
And EVEN THIS, I submit, is far better than today's "music"! Dead
 
 
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WinkLOL...oooooooooooweeeeeeeee!

Listen and read on below..
It STILL works!
Parts of me must remain 'timeless'...no matter what I REALLY think, I have a reputation to keep up around here.
Have to catch it when this place is getting a little too lethargic.
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I just hate to keep catching the same fish time and time again - 'catch & release' is the 'fishing term'.
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New music? Just as good as ever, as long as you LOOK. Not as easy to find anymore.
Some 73-year old fart just released 'Gotta Get A Grip' and 'England Lost', both of which are pretty darned good. Josh Ostrander ('Mondo Cosmo'), Django Django....just a few still pumping good-to-great stuff.
Some of the very best acoustic music has been coming out over the last year alone with some big names coming back with incredible stuff, such as Lonesome George Thorogood (solo acoustic blues), Bruce Cockburn ('Bone on Bone' - I HIGHLY recommend this one for anyone's collection - but, yea...another 74-year old fart). 
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Ha!  I just said something similar in the "New Music" thread.  I thought the Jagger stuff was good. 
 
 
 
 
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Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

I think 'Turn Me Loose' is a great song. PaW is making a narrow minded judgement on the taste of fellow members music preferences. There was only so much music available at that time in history.

It didn't decide sexual orientation.


Damn straight!!!

Say what you will about their look and their style, when you get right down to it, Loverboy ROCKED.

Hot Girls in Love is a great, mindless, sex-oriented rock-n-roll song.

Same with Workin For The Weekend.
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Originally posted by Anduril Anduril wrote:

Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

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You three liked that sound? You are hip-shaking, rump-quakin' boyos? 
 
I had no idea all three of you had romantic preferences for young males due to them taking advantage of you when you were young. ...


Paw, I think you have Loverboy confused with Kajagoogoo?  Confused Tongue
 
 
And EVEN THIS, I submit, is far better than today's "music"! Dead
 
 



Agree 100%!!!

Too Shy was actually a pretty good song.


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Silly kids! Trix are for whores...and you got caught up with 'mindlessmuzak'. Geez, if only I had tits and stockings, I'd take all yo'foo's dollaz without doin' any more than lookin' real purty (old)...
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Ha!  I just said something similar in the "New Music" thread.  I thought the Jagger stuff was good. 
 
 
 
 
WinkEverything I've heard from it is really good, but the album cover (if you've seen it) may stop you as you can see what years of substance abuse did to Mick Raisin. Not even that fake doctor from 'The Addiction Network' could save him.
 
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Music is music. Nothing more. Especially rock & pop.

If it sounds good to one's ear, that's all that matters.

Taste is subjective.

Trying to make something more out of it than there is, is the purview of music snobs.

"My music is cooler and more important than your music"

No, it isn't.

It's only rock-n-roll as "someone" once said in song.
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Music is music. Nothing more. Especially rock & pop.

If it sounds good to one's ear, that's all that matters.
...It's only rock-n-roll as "someone" once said in song.
"...and I like it, I like it, yes I DO"WinkBig smile
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Music is usually little more than 'bubblegum for the brain', as Brian Tracy put it - one thing in which I can say I agree with him.
Tracy also went on to say Classical is excluded, here. I also agree.
Classical music affects the mind differently - more creatively. No, I have no proof other than how it affects me and others I've known. it works to stimulate the brain and allow concentration without distraction at times of creativity, in my books. In other words, if I have it on, it is not the activity on which I am concentrating. However, if I am listening to rock, it almost always is in the foreground, if not background to a party atmosphere. In other words, I'm generally 'burning time', unless I'm working, say, in the garage. 
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Having spewed all of that, I will say there is music sometimes best left alone; introspective, or covers topics that can make one uncomfortable...and I somehow listened to ONE STINKIN' Roger Waters cut (well, 2 really, but one is almost a continuation of the prior) right before going shopping for veggie smoothie materials about an hour ago and I've been in mental pain, since. I have NO IDEA why I wanted to listen to 'Wait For Her/Part Of Me Died' (Direct Link To This Post), especially as dusk sets in...makes me want to go lean up against a certain stone in some far away dystopian landscape and wallow in the depression created by what time has taken away and one can never get back.Dead 
 
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