Music acts RIP

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  1. hammocity

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    Have you heard his version of Cigarettes and Alcohol? It’s fucking abysmal and embarrassing. Saying that I loved some of his early music and his work with The Faces, Cindy Incidentally was a great track.
     
  2. ColinBellsjockstrap

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    Never heard this before...lol!

     
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  3. StrangewaysHereWeCome

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    Ok boomer.
    As it happens, My "Kennedy" moment will be the death of Kurt Cobain. I was just coming around in a friend's flat, we'd all crashed at hers after a night out in town, all the pubs that were doing 20 pence a pint student night. To hear he'd been found shot dead on radio was at the time quite shocking.
     

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  4. chesterbells

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    lol, fair enough mate.
    The truth for me is that I loved rock up to about 87, but then lost total interest, partly due to the grunge takeover, but more because I discovered house music that winter and by the summer of 88 I was a gonna and (nearly) completely taken by dance music
     
  5. StrangewaysHereWeCome

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    You're probably a couple years older than me then. I caught the tail end of house music and rave but it all was going commercial, replacing the pop and rock mainstream music of the 80s. It's funny, since I turned 30 I got a right taste for all the old music from the 70s and 80s whereas 90s pop/dance is mostly shite
     
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