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    Circus Games - SkidS

    Holiday in Cambodia - Dead Kennedy's

    Goodbye Mr MacKenzie - Goodbye Mr Mackenzie

    Fear of Drowning - British Sea Power

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ayrshire Hibee View Post
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    Circus Games - SkidS

    Holiday in Cambodia - Dead Kennedy's

    Goodbye Mr MacKenzie - Goodbye Mr Mackenzie

    Fear of Drowning - British Sea Power

    Samaritans - Idles
    Remember Me by British Sea Power is great too.


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    Remember Me by British Sea Power is great too.
    I was so disappointed at how the song turned out after such an epic intro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ayrshire Hibee View Post
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    Circus Games - SkidS
    Good shout. Into The Valley would have to be in there as well though.

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    Best Music Intro

    The jam in the city
    Or any other jam song they had so many great intros to their songs

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    Has to be 'Can't you hear me knocking' by The Rolling Stones.

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    Black Sabbath by Black Sabbath. Not only the intro to the 1st song on the 1st album but also to a new type of music. Even if you are not a Sabbath or even heavy rock fan have a listen and you'll get what I mean

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    Remember Me by British Sea Power is great too.
    Superb band seen them 20 times!

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    Good shout. Into The Valley would have to be in there as well though.
    Definitely! That bass :-)

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    ‘Dreams Burn Down’ by Ride. Shoegazer-tastic.

    ’(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher And Higher’ by Jackie Wilson. An intro where your feet or fingers are tapping within the first bar.

    ’Get Ready’ by the Temptations. The intro sets you up for a quick-tempo Motown Classic.

    ‘Electricity’ by OMD. Electropop in fine form.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mibbes Aye View Post
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    ‘Dreams Burn Down’ by Ride. Shoegazer-tastic.

    ’(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher And Higher’ by Jackie Wilson. An intro where your feet or fingers are tapping within the first bar.

    ’Get Ready’ by the Temptations. The intro sets you up for a quick-tempo Motown Classic.

    ‘Electricity’ by OMD. Electropop in fine form.
    Good shout with Ride - although I would have gone for "Polar Bear" or "Leave Them All Behind".

    Leave Them All Behind is a masterpiece.

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    The album version of Bob Marley’s Exodus

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    Party Fears Two - The Associates

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    My Sharona by The Knack
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    She Sells Sanctuary - The Cult
    Smells Like Teen Spirit - Nirvana
    Ziggy Stardust - David Bowie
    20th Century Boy - T Rex
    Enter Sandman - Metallica
    Du Hast - Rammstein

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    The Cramps - Human Fly
    The Damned - New Rose

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    Sugar Kane - Sonic Youth

    If you like guitars they have so many great intros Thurston Moore is an amazing guitarist.

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    Don't you want me

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    You Might Think - The Cars

    Elliot Easton is one of the most underrated guitarists ever. Some of the licks and riffs of his that you can pick out under the 80s 'noise' are sublime. I felt suitably vindicated a couple of years back when Slash named Easton as one of his favourite guitarists.

    Guiding Star - Cast.

    Only a few bars but a quality intro.
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    How soon is now - The Smiths.
    Love will tear us apart - Joy Division
    Leave them all behind - Ride
    Rebel Rebel - David Bowie
    Thunderstruck - ACDC

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    Oh Well - Fleetwood Mac 42 seconds of a 3 and a half minute song
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    Dreams - The Cranberries
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    Just happened to see the title of this thread while This Charming Man by The Smiths was playing on the radio. Cracking intro and I'm pretty sure we're still allowed to like the Johnny Marr bits.

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    I've brought the playlists up to date...now 11 hours of very varied music...nice one guys.

    https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6k...TlqWwLPCM9Vyqw

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    Quote Originally Posted by G15 Hibs View Post
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    Just happened to see the title of this thread while This Charming Man by The Smiths was playing on the radio. Cracking intro and I'm pretty sure we're still allowed to like the Johnny Marr bits.
    The Smiths had loads of great intros, not necessarily long ones, but just a really tight sound from, Marr, Rourke and Joyce.

    As per Billy Whizz’s post earlier in the thread, there are several Smiths songs I am confident I could name after hearing just the first note. And I can’t remember the last time I listened to them. That probably reflects how talented Marr and John Porter, their producer, were in exploiting sound.
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    I've brought the playlists up to date...now 11 hours of very varied music...nice one guys.

    https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6k...TlqWwLPCM9Vyqw
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mibbes Aye View Post
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    The Smiths had loads of great intros, not necessarily long ones, but just a really tight sound from, Marr, Rourke and Joyce.

    As per Billy Whizz’s post earlier in the thread, there are several Smiths songs I am confident I could name after hearing just the first note. And I can’t remember the last time I listened to them. That probably reflects how talented Marr and John Porter, their producer, were in exploiting sound.
    The first 45 seconds or so of Barbarism Begins at Home is a thing of wonder.

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    Cloudburst - Oasis
    Concrete Blonde - Bloodletting

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