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    Re: Bands You Once Liked But Are Too Ashamed To Admit It (Until Now)

    The Bangles
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    I actually saw them open for Fleetwood Mac in 1982.
    I saw them as a headliner, so I'm probably worse. They had two shows that year at Timberwolf and INXS and The Raisins opened up for them on different nights. I saw the show with the Raisins. We all know that "fear is never boring (what did that song mean- anyone remember them?)...."
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    Re: Bands You Once Liked But Are Too Ashamed To Admit It (Until Now)

    Quote Originally Posted by Blimpie
    My friend just said, "Wierd video...."

    and we both turned and walked in the other direction.
    Which is exactly what I should have done, lo those many years ago.

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    Re: Bands You Once Liked But Are Too Ashamed To Admit It (Until Now)

    Quote Originally Posted by cincinnati chili
    You guys are all lightweights.

    At one point in my life, I owned every recording that Electric Light Orchestra ever put into the stream of commerce.

    Beat that!
    So did I! I loved ELO.

    Face The Music - one of my favorites

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    Re: Bands You Once Liked But Are Too Ashamed To Admit It (Until Now)

    Madonna.
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    I'd first have to have liked her, to have ever been ashamed of listening to her.
    "panic" only comes from having real expectations

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    Re: Bands You Once Liked But Are Too Ashamed To Admit It (Until Now)

    Quote Originally Posted by KronoRed
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    Quote Originally Posted by cincinnati chili
    You guys are all lightweights.

    At one point in my life, I owned every recording that Electric Light Orchestra ever put into the stream of commerce.

    Beat that!
    yeah, sorry, but i like them a lot too...but i'm not ashamed of it.
    i'm also an unashamed Men At Work fan - their first two albums were amongst the best of the '80s IMHO.

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    Time, in New England
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    To long rocky beaches
    --and you, by the bay

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    Re: Bands You Once Liked But Are Too Ashamed To Admit It (Until Now)

    Quote Originally Posted by MrCinatit
    yeah, sorry, but i like them a lot too...but i'm not ashamed of it.
    i'm also an unashamed Men At Work fan - their first two albums were amongst the best of the '80s IMHO.
    Yep. Gotta admit that if I post on the favorite bands thread, you will see ELO listed. And as for Men at Work, I was living in Australia when they first hit, then moved back home just before they hit here, so I lived through them twice, and still don't mind them.

    And btw, vegemite sandwiches are tolerable only if made with Philadelphia Cream Cheese. A Norwegian friend taught me that.

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    Re: Bands You Once Liked But Are Too Ashamed To Admit It (Until Now)

    Quote Originally Posted by Dom Heffner
    The Raisins opened up for them on different nights. I saw the show with the Raisins. We all know that "fear is never boring (what did that song mean- anyone remember them?)...."
    I have "Fear is Never Boring" and a few other Raisins tunes on my I-pod. Best I can tell, it's about doin' the nasty with a lady who's into the rough stuff. But maybe it's a metaphor for something more sophisticated (doubt it).

    Let her rip
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    Re: Bands You Once Liked But Are Too Ashamed To Admit It (Until Now)

    I can proudly say that I NEVER got into these guy's music

    "panic" only comes from having real expectations

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    I have "Fear is Never Boring" and a few other Raisins tunes on my I-pod. Best I can tell, it's about doin' the nasty with a lady who's into the rough stuff. But maybe it's a metaphor for something more sophisticated (doubt it).

    Let her rip
    Don't throw that moment away
    I Googled the lyrics and it came back as being a "Bears" song....

    And yeah, on the surface it appeared to be about rough sex.
    I'm interested in jobs and you won't create jobs by forcing employers to pay their employees $9/hr- Sea Ray
    I'd say min wage should be about $9/hr - Sea Ray

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    Re: Bands You Once Liked But Are Too Ashamed To Admit It (Until Now)

    Quote Originally Posted by tixe
    Yep. Gotta admit that if I post on the favorite bands thread, you will see ELO listed. And as for Men at Work, I was living in Australia when they first hit, then moved back home just before they hit here, so I lived through them twice, and still don't mind them.

    And btw, vegemite sandwiches are tolerable only if made with Philadelphia Cream Cheese. A Norwegian friend taught me that.
    they would not make my top five list, but EASILY make my top 10 list, along with a little-respected Alan Parson's Project.


    Quote Originally Posted by GAC
    I can proudly say that I NEVER got into these guy's music
    i was actually a minor fan of Hall And Oats, until stumbling across their "Victor" album. those two were posed just a little too close to each other for my taste. then there was the very disturbing nudie shot of Mr. Oats on the inside lyrics sheet i could have done without.

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    Re: Bands You Once Liked But Are Too Ashamed To Admit It (Until Now)

    Ambrosia
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    Christopher Cross
    Bread
    Firefall
    the soundtrack to Grease

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