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C'mon Everybody - Digging out your oldies

Discussion in 'Music & Music Streaming Services' started by wilber, Jun 4, 2003.

  1. wilber

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    C'mon Everybody by the Sex Pistols

    Just heard this on the radio - I'd forgotten what a class track it was & I'm off to dig out Never mind ..... And while I'm at it I think I'll get some Clash albums, and New Boots and Panties.

    Time for a revival of some stuff from my formative years methinks - anyone else? (got to be better than Girls Aloud)
     
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    Wow, that single (c'mon ev'rybody) was the first single I bought. Mother was horrified. Especially as the b side had something about ....the rigging. What a hiding I got. Haven't got the single now,shame, but The Best of Dury is in the CD player as we speak! Back to the dilemma, do I buy a turntable for all the (dusty) vinyl I have? Hmmmm. There's a space......if I could just move.....
     
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    Dug out The Stranglers Live- X Cert yesterday. Damn fine album.
     
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    Rattus Norvegicus - great album "Get a grip", "Hanging around" & of course "peaches" - one of the first singles I bought so that I could hear it without the laughable overdub done for R1
     
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    Superstition - Stevie Wonder.

    One word.....WOW! :eek:
     
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    I've just replaced all my old Stranglers Vinyl with CDs and I can tell you it's well worth it. I bought them from Amazon and chose the ones with bonus tracks eg Rattus Norvegicus comes with the following extra tracks:-
    10. Choosey Susie
    11. Go Buddy Go
    12. Peasant in the Big ****ty [Live]
    And at £7-99 I'd say this is reasonable. If you buy the whole lot you don't even have postage to pay
    :)

    Did anyone listen to the Buzzcocks session on John Peel last night ?
     
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    I just got a cd player in my car and I've been doing loadsa compos. It's hilarious to hear my 2 year old singing C'mon Feel The Noize by Slade and my 7 year old's rendition of Rubber Bullets by 10CC (especially the line "we've all got balls 'n' brains/but some's got balls 'n' chains").

    Ca plane pour moi, Complete Control, What A Waste, Spellbound, New Rose, Rockaway Beach, Teenage Kicks - all getting an outing these days.

    It's just a pity I can't seem to find "You Barsteward" by ATV.
     
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    Well, my Sweet collection gets regular airings still. They were the first band I was really into, back in the 70s, and they were a real class rock act, if you looked beneath the surface of the Glam hits they had. The b-sides of their singles were always heavier than the a-sides, and although they never made what could be described as a classic album, in the vein of Machine Head, check out their Sweet Fanny Adams CD, for a slice of great 70s rock. I'm lucky enough to have found virtually every track they recorded on various CDs. It's such a shame that some of these classic band's "golden era's" was so short lived.

    Talking about looking for CDs, does anyone know if a track by a band called Albertos Y Los Trios Paranoios called "F*** You" can be found anywhere? The a-side of the single was "Thank You", but that's boring! :D
     
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    Yeah Sixteens springs to mind.


    Heads Down, No Nonsense, Mindless Boogie ep.

    Just having a look for it now m8.
     
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    That's the one! :smashin:
     

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