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    God, I became such a fan of Puttycats in the seventies . Thank you , Frida and Agnetha.

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    God, I became such a fan of Puttycats in the seventies . Thank you , Frida and Agnetha.

    When I was a kid in the late 70's we would go to the UK every other summer to visit my grandparents. There were about 4 music channels in the arm rest radio at the time. One would always be a euro pop channel. I have very strong memory of hearing Abba in heavy rotation on those flights. I picked up Abbas greatest hits a few months ago as my commute is 3 hours a day and a mouse ate the car antenna. When one song came one I could smell 1970s airplane smell just from the memory.
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    When I was a kid in the late 70's we would go to the UK every other summer to visit my grandparents. There were about 4 music channels in the arm rest radio at the time. One would always be a euro pop channel. I have very strong memory of hearing Abba in heavy rotation on those flights. I picked up Abbas greatest hits a few months ago as my commute is 3 hours a day and a mouse ate the car antenna. When one song came one I could smell 1970s airplane smell just from the memory.
    I played "ABBA Gold Greatest Hits" this morning (before I saw these posts) for my Spouse's and my breakfast and coffee on the patio. (Thick slice of ham, two pieces of bacon, bella mushroom, fresh chives and romano cheese omelette, plus my favorite coffee, Starbuck's Pike Place.)
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    The two main founding members were both Irish, so it's considered an Irish band.
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    Re: Favorite Songs Not From The US, Canada, or England

    [QUOTE=klw;4540367]When I was a kid in the late 70's we would go to the UK every other summer to visit my grandparents. There were about 4 music channels in the arm rest radio at the time. One would always be a euro pop channel. I have very strong memory of hearing Abba in heavy rotation on those flights. I picked up Abbas greatest hits a few months ago as my commute is 3 hours a day and a mouse ate the car antenna. When one song came one I could smell 1970s airplane smell just from the memory.[/QUOTE]

    Kinda the same for me. I think I smell a puttycat.
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    The two main founding members were both Irish, so it's considered an Irish band.
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    I have to go with Medford, though, as Golden Earring's "Radar Love" is probably my favorite of all that have been posted. Can't listen to it without getting goosebumps and at least doubling the volume of whatever it was I was hearing when the song comes on.

    Cannot feel down with that song blarin'.
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    The two main founding members were both Irish, so it's considered an Irish band.
    Though "Whiskey in the Jar" is the Lizzies at their most Irish.



    Side note, if we're talking Irish bands, then there's a wall of Pogues that deserves mention.
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