Good Music / Guilty Pleasure Thread


#730

And on that bombshell…


#731

:open_mouth::open_mouth::open_mouth:


#732

#733

Great shout … also


#734

#735

Have posted this before and probably will again. An absolute masterclass of music, lyrics and performance. One of the all time great songs and even more so given the actual subject matter. I would have this played at my funeral except I’m gonna be cremated and it’s too long at 9’ 26 …


#736

Golden Earring - Radar Love
This is a guilty pleasure.
I bought an album of theirs years ago and it was full of very ordinary meat and two veg rock…but this track alone almost made it worth it.


#737

Tickets bought for July, it’s a Saturday night gig too which is always a help!


#738

Supported by the lightning seeds, should be a good gig to go to. Always liked this track.


#739

Top tune but can never forgive the Light Seeds for that song that British TV played to oblivion for years. Round the same time as that even more annoying song by Chumbafuckingwumba also got cremated and buried by Brit media


#740

What’s a good Echo and the Bunnymen album?


#741

Should be a good gig. Like this tune:


#742

80’s madness… stonewashed f*cking jeans. what where we all thinking?


#743

You can’t go wrong with the Songs to learn and sing compilation by way of introduction…


#744

That we were cool as ■■■■.*

*I never wore stonewashed jeans.


#745

Cheers.


#746

My favourite Joe Jackson number


#747


Anyone else like these? I found the vinyl copy of Steve McQueen I bought back in 1985, I didn’t really like it then but I’ve changed my mind. The singer Paddy McAloon is an interesting character, he spent a while in a seminary training to be a priest. The band are from Durham, for some reason I always thought they were Scottish.

#748

Always liked them. Interesting band. Cars and girls is nice. Good breezy tunes with good lyrics


#749

Always like to hear the king of Rock N Roll come on. But love breaks down is a great track. Brilliant.