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    Alchemy by Dire Straits, which I think I bought in 1986. Then Jason and Kylie released 'Especially For You' and I knew music was dead, so I got other interests.
    I can't imagine a life without music.


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    Quote Originally Posted by grunt View Post
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    I can't imagine a life without music.
    Iím the same ..in-fact a few friends were discussing football vs music recently . The question posed was if you could only have one in your life what would it be - for me Iíd had to choose music ..so important part of my life

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigwheel View Post
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    Iím the same ..in-fact a few friends were discussing football vs music recently . The question posed was if you could only have one in your life what would it be - for me Iíd had to choose music ..so important part of my life
    I'm the same. When I feel I'm running out of music to listen to it really stresses me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigwheel View Post
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    Iím the same ..in-fact a few friends were discussing football vs music recently . The question posed was if you could only have one in your life what would it be - for me Iíd had to choose music ..so important part of my life
    100%

    I have music on in my head all the time. If I'm out walking somewhere on my own I'll often go through complete songs in my head (it's probably about 30 years since I used head/earphones outside).

    I share an open plan office with 3 other people (it's huge, about 200m≤), and I often have them in stitches with some of the stuff they hear me humming or singing to myself - I have very eclectic tastes.

    I also play music (mainly bagpipes) and people are always amazed that I never practice at home, but I don't have too. If I'm learning new stuff it's in my head non stop and my fingers will often be going too - on a pen, against my leg, wherever.

    I hate to think what will come into my head if the music ever makes way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigwheel View Post
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    Iím the same ..in-fact a few friends were discussing football vs music recently . The question posed was if you could only have one in your life what would it be - for me Iíd had to choose music ..so important part of my life
    Music has been the most important non family thing in my life. Just lately its got a new lease of life, as, in my old age I'm now loving stuff I ridiculed as a "too cool for that crap" teenager.
    Currently lapping up sixties hits, Elvis, Motown. Wish I hadn't been such a closed minded music snob when I was younger. Ah we all mature eh? 😃

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    great itís so important to you allÖ whatís the last album bought 😊

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dalianwanda View Post
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    great itís so important to you allÖ whatís the last album bought 😊
    The Stage Names by Okkervil River. Didn't think I liked them much but their stuff really grows on you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dalianwanda View Post
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    great itís so important to you allÖ whatís the last album bought 😊
    I lead a very minimalist life now. Dont own much. Spotify has everything I need.

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    great itís so important to you allÖ whatís the last album bought
    Three last week - Walter jackson , Martha reeves and Patti La Belle

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    great itís so important to you allÖ whatís the last album bought 😊
    Karine Polwart and Dave Milligan, Still as Your Sleeping. Lovely album.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiber-nation View Post
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    The Stage Names by Okkervil River. Didn't think I liked them much but their stuff really grows on you.
    Had a wee listen earlier, not my normal thing but a nice start to the day type tunes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bangkok Hibby View Post
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    I lead a very minimalist life now. Dont own much. Spotify has everything I need.
    Im similar though I do like to give the artists something through bandcamp so they can keep on creating

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    Iím not sure what the last physical album I bought was, I think it was one of Maximo Parkís more recent albums as I have a couple of signed ones. Last album I paid to download was by The Super Moons, a local band whose singer Iím mates with (and is a big Hibby).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dalianwanda View Post
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    great itís so important to you allÖ whatís the last album bought
    Screeching Weasel's second album Boogada Boogada Boogada, on the the lookout records reissue from '92. Quite a tricky record to get at decent price. I stuck a bid in of £26 on eBay and expected it to go for at least double that or more, pleasantly surprised to find I'd won

    One of my favourite bands of the 90s and surprised that they remained relatively obscure during a period in time where punk became so huge, epitomised by their label mates Green Day.

    https://youtu.be/o96rzZ9oJrs
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    My mates pretty prolific and always seems to have two or three projects on go. Generally left field electronic music. This is his latest release which Id say is the best thing hes done...Walked up & over the mountain behind my gaff with this in my ears & it was an absolute joy https://countersunk.bandcamp.com/alb...-moon-junction

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    The Professionals new album, SNAFU, is brilliant
    ''It's always been just part of the culture. Growing up, for most working-class kids, is all about football, music or clothes. You might not have much money, but whatever you have got, you're going to look good.'' - Paul Weller

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    Quote Originally Posted by .Sean. View Post
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    The Professionals new album, SNAFU, is brilliant
    I'll need to check that out, always liked their first album.

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    Quote Originally Posted by degenerated View Post
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    I'll need to check that out, always liked their first album.
    Different line up of course, their last album, the first of the new incarnation of the band, is also very good
    ''It's always been just part of the culture. Growing up, for most working-class kids, is all about football, music or clothes. You might not have much money, but whatever you have got, you're going to look good.'' - Paul Weller

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    Quote Originally Posted by .Sean. View Post
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    Different line up of course, their last album, the first of the new incarnation of the band, is also very good
    First listen reminded me of The US Bombs.

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