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faaip wrote: Tue Aug 04, 2020 10:40 am I was backstopping the Pixies, best album of the eighties full stop let alone 88 imo, and the launch pad for so many bands including Nirvana in the nineties.

I'll take NWA 'Straight Outta Compton' - another seminal and massively important album
Can't disagree on Pixies or NWA, both influenced so much of what followed and brilliant in their own way.
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NorfolkWhite wrote: Tue Aug 04, 2020 3:46 pm Going to 'fess up here - I've seen him live :lol: Some 80's Reload festival - The Beat and Boomtown Rats were on the bill as well - which is why I went........honest.
I did a festival and watched Chesney Hawkes because he was in the bar, actually he was decent, took the mick out of himself too, seemed a decent fella.
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gessa wrote: Tue Aug 04, 2020 3:53 pm I did a festival and watched Chesney Hawkes because he was in the bar, actually he was decent, took the mick out of himself too, seemed a decent fella.
Rick Astley was ok too actually, pretty self-deprecating, a few women still throwing knickers - he just joked that they are bigger than they used to be :)
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U2 'Rattle and Hum' :bear:
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1988 Probably my last good year...

Queensryche Operation Mindcrime
REM Green
U2 Rattle and Hum
Magnum Wings of Heaven
Marillion The Thieving Magpie

Are my faves but it has to be Queensryche as my choice.
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Irish Ian wrote: Sat Aug 08, 2020 10:14 am 1988 Probably my last good year...

Queensryche Operation Mindcrime
REM Green
U2 Rattle and Hum
Magnum Wings of Heaven
Marillion The Thieving Magpie

Are my faves but it has to be Queensryche as my choice.
Good album Ian.

Superb live band, as to be one of the best live voices I've heard.
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gessa wrote: Sat Aug 08, 2020 10:24 am Good album Ian.

Superb live band, as to be one of the best live voices I've heard.
I was introduced to them when I saw them perform Operation Mindcrime. I was blown away.

And I agree Geoff Tate has a great voice.


In fact he is scheduled to be playing a local venue in a few weeks, though I am unsure how that can go ahead at the minute
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R.E.M. 'Green'
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2 days for Haighy, Kindest & Paddy to NOMINATE

This nomination stage has been running for over a week now, unfair to keep our regular players waiting

I shall commence this poll on Thursday morning
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R.E.M
Rattle& hum..U2,
Talk Talk..,
Leonard Cohen,
Morrisey,
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paddy parrott wrote: Tue Aug 11, 2020 9:39 am R.E.M
Rattle& hum..U2,
Talk Talk..,
Leonard Cohen,
Morrisey,
We're not at the voting stage yet Paddy

Have you got a album to nominate before we begin the voting on Thursday?
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Can't see my nominations ?!

Nominated 3rd of August.. :duno: ;-) :tup:
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Haighy wrote: Mon Aug 03, 2020 5:33 pm Metallica. And justice for all.
I. Maiden. Seventh Son.
Slayer. South of heaven.
Megadeth. So far so good...so what?
Danzig. Danzig.
You listed 5 albums

Should I assume the Metallica album is your favoured nomination Haighy?
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1964white wrote: Tue Aug 11, 2020 2:41 pm You listed 5 albums

Should I assume the Metallica album is your favoured nomination Haighy?
:shock:
Sorry Noel... my mistake. Yes please, Metallica
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Haighy wrote: Tue Aug 11, 2020 2:42 pm :shock:
Sorry Noel... my mistake. Yes please, Metallica
No problem Haighy :tup:
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Oops sorry '64 I'll go for Irish band Aslan Feel no shame ' 1988 album.
Thanks mate.
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ALBUM OF 1988

NOMINATE NOW

Talk Talk 'Spirit Of Eden' 64
Crowded House 'Temple of Low Men' Finn
Leonard Cohen 'I'm Your Man' Sara
Keith Richards 'Talk Is Cheap' Billie
Stump 'A Fierce Pancake' Norfolk
Sonic Youth 'Daydream Nation' Durly
Graham Parker 'The Mona Lisa's Sister' Cat
Morrissey 'Viva Hate' Totte
Jane's Addiction 'Nothing's Shocking' Onemore
Pixies 'Surfer Rosa' Ges
Jeff Healey Band 'See The Light' Gandi
NWA 'Straight Outta Compton' Faaip
Thomas Dolby. Aliens Ate My Buick MJ
Public Enemy 'It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back' Azkal
Talking Heads 'Naked' John
U2 'Rattle & Hum' BB
Queensryche Operation Mindcrime Ian
Happy Mondays 'Bummed' 1304
R.E.M. 'Green' Mrs 64
Metallica 'And Justice For All' Haighy
Aslan 'Feel No Shame' Paddy
My Bloody Valentine 'Isn't Anything' Kindest
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Am I too late? Man, there's some good ones here.

I'll go with My Bloody Valentine - "Isn't Anything."
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Pixies 'Surfer Rosa' Ges
NWA 'Straight Outta Compton' Faaip
Public Enemy 'It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back' Azkal
Sonic Youth 'Daydream Nation' Durly
Graham Parker 'The Mona Lisa's Sister' Cat
Rod Stewart and Ron Wood look like somebody ordered the same rock star in two different colours.
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