Joined: April 2007
|Quote (nuytsia @ Dec. 06 2007,11:32)|
|Quote (Lou FCD @ Dec. 04 2007,15:11)|
|I'll fess up.|
I'm an 80s fan.
Depeche Mode, Tears for Fears, Annie Lennox, Dead or Alive, Madonna, Falco, Billy Idol, Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam, Wham!, Simple Minds, 'Til Tuesday, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, The Hooters, Howard Jones...
Since when is liking Depeche Mode embarrassing?
The only disk in my collection I'm even slightly embarrassed about is the Communards. I did own an Oasis CD but I gave it away... 10 years later though i still feel dirty.
I went through my music buying peak late 80's to mid 90's starting from gothdom, sauntering through shoegazing indie and then slowly broadened my tastes after being lent a Tom Waits tape!
My CD consumption has really slumped in the last few years and I have a suspicion that I might be getting old as most new bands I hear sound bloody awful and/or all the same.
Still don't let me stop you youngsters enjoying yourselves
Oh boy, I think an argument might be a' brewin'. What, exactly is wrong with Oasis?
Come on, spill the beans.
Oh, but I do like Depeche Mode. I'm also a big 80's man.
Oh, and my guilty pleasures? I have a few, actually. Depending upon who I talk to:
Pet Shop Boys (no, I'm not gay either)
Lionel Ritchie/The Commodores
(apparently now) Oasis.
David Hasslehoff (more for comedy value than anything else, although he's not THAT bad a singer)
The Moody Blues (been to see them live once, was good)
Fleetwood Mac (almost entirely the later stuff(
I'm not the fastest or the baddest or the fatest.
You NEVER seem to address the fact that the grand majority of people supporting Darwinism in these on line forums and blogs are atheists. That doesn't seem to bother you guys in the least. - FtK
Roddenberry is my God.