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Re: Weird songs

Post by Jesper Hvid » 1 year ago

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Wait for it... :crazy: :haha:
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Brilliant, this.
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Obviously this is a sort of fantasy over various late-era Beatles themes, but it seems to work on its own weird terms, nonetheless.
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Post by Jesper Hvid » 1 year ago

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Post by Jesper Hvid » 5 months ago



They're still out there, trying to figure out if this was punk or new wave. In fact, it was early performance art. Sort of, computer age Hawkwind.
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Post by Jesper Hvid » 5 months ago

Hahaha, very interesting and funny...

This has more subtlety, and the whatever it is, is insinuated, but it's all the same load of bollocks, but in a French and unmistakably nineties way.



Daft Punk - an oxymoron if I ever heard one. Perhaps it's actually just some form of Kitsch, going along with time.



How do you say de-talentless. Right. THE 1990s! Groove is in the heart. Yeah, and booze is in my fart. Still, sounds better than you.
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Post by Everso Biggyballies » 5 months ago

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How do you say de-talentless. Right. THE 1990s! Groove is in the heart. Yeah, and booze is in my fart. Still, sounds better than you.
Thank gawd I pretty much opted out of mainstream / commercial crap music in the 'Groove' era. Just mainly continued the 70's and early / mid 80's through much of the nineties.. :haha:

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