Discussion in 'Off Topic Chat' started by Dan, Jun 17, 2008.
An absolute classic slab of vinyl this morning:
Thought U2 did Vertigo !
This afternoon's offering:
Time for this before the wife gets home.
I don't know the music but that album cover made me dizzy. Brilliant design.
Give the Vertigo Suite a listen, it is a stunning piece of music. It'll be on YouTube.
Happily back in 1971 this morning.....
I'm spending the day hunting out tracks and bands I used to love back in the day but had forgotten about over the following years.
Will Haven - Carpe Diem
And eclectic mix on there Torch, is it leading up to a quick blast of the ITC stuff?
The Verve - Lucky Man
Well, you did put the thought in my head....
Lol fantastic. Can't compete with the vinyl but I think an Edwin Astley night on you tube could be on the cards.
Nice one, Ranj.
Tonights offering is a belter - Slade Alive 1972 -just a great album from a right yam yam bunch
Another good trip to a charity shop as for 50 pence I got Deacon Blue greatest hits and for a quid The Cardigans album Gran Turismo. Both in mint condition too. For all music fans who never go in charity shops they're missing out as there's bargains in them.
This afternoon I spotted on vinyl Never Mind The Bollocks by Sex Pistols on the Virgin label. If it was on EMI it would be worth a lot of money. The woman in the shop was on the ball though as she came over and said it shouldn't be down as a couple of quid. She checked it out on her phone and it was priced at £250.00 ! I was gutted as I was about to buy it for £2.00 !
I did buy The Clash album on vinyl for a quid though. Its from 1977 just titled The Clash with tracks : White Riot Police & Thieves and London's Burning on it. Some scratches on it but the assistant who seemed to know her music said because of missing out on the Pistols album, this Clash one could be worth a few bob still ?
Have you heard the soundtrack to "Arrival" this track "heptapod b" is something else
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Thanks Johnny. I am a big soundtrack collector. Not heard that. Sounds good.
Currently listening to Leicester's finest.
So for those modern rockers amongst us i offer some raw american rock from a twosome which seems to be a popular combination currently - i am an ageing rocker but love this type of heavy blues - and for those of you who have come across these before - well done - apologies for the YT link but its all digital with these boys
Well pleased got Planet Rock back on my digital radio.
Couldn't get it for months but somehow it was there this morning. Proper music at last !
Great cover - really deserves to be displayed - often thought of putting my faves on the wall - cant get that on a CD - the missus and i will often watch a classic like this - get the surround sound on full ( not always through every speaker) and enjoy - of course Tarantino ones are excellent
Love Planet Rock - even got the wife switching it on in the kitchen - shes wants a TV for gods sake but i have resisted saying no signal
More Diesel Park West because they were bloody brilliant.
I think they have touched up her boobs
Who was that great old Irish Actor who dragged her off to his ship?
Found that film captivating as a 10-12 year old!:-)
I find it captivating as a 51 year old! I love the beginning when she's on the ship. Music is great too.
Milo O'shea? Great eyebrows.
Barbarella was a great film. Rarely seen on TV. Whoever owns the rights to it, is pretty stingy with that.
Everything is great about it. As I say I love the music and the album. The film is great too, so weird. There's Pygar the angel and the dolls biting her legs. Plus the Sex Machine and the Chamber of Dreams. I have it on DVD. I haven't seen it on tele for years.
Metallica= Nothing else matters
Im not going to agree with everything he says but its worth a listen
Ive got a bit of nirvana the man who sold the world
Class from start to finsih
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