Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Blastproof, Mar 3, 2018.
Nights In Estoril - Fleetwood Mac - 1995
Compound Red- "Goodbye to Paris"
Hollywood - Fleetwood Mac - 1995
My wife and I both love this song , I included it on a cd I sent I sent her during our courtship some 20 years ago . I just played it in my music room and I am sure she can hear it …..whoooo whoooo
Hot Water - Godspeed
Pale Saints - Kinky Love - from the ep Flesh Balloon
Completely wrong but we'll move on. I wanted to do a 90's jukebox-style thread to focus on the more obscure bands and to enhance the point that the decade (much maligned generally) wasn't all about Oasis and Blur. By joining this thread I can save paper and ink.
Who else loved The Longpigs?
'Further' late-nineties love, Geneva and Tranquillizer.
"The band was founded by the remnants of the group Synthetic Flying Machine"
Shows how much I don't know - thanks for that.
Not so obscure but still pretty and irresistable...
We can file this under 'obscura' - formed partially from the remnants of underground artpop collective Minty (led by the late great Leigh Bowery), The Servant named themselves after a tremendously creepy Dirk Bogarde movie and featured the simian-obsessed Dan Black on vocals.
'99 and as good for you today...
Funny how you never hear any of these songs on the radio anymore.
Sun Dial - Plains of Nazca (1990)
Afghan Whigs -Rebirth Of The Cool
Ass Ponys - Mr Superlove
The Inn - Who's My Name? 32:00
Fun With Mushrooms,great compilation
Linus Pauling Quartet - Cole Porter
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