From one of the great Punk Albums of the late 70's;
The passing of Devo's Bob Casale has reminded of some of their early stuff. These are off their first album;
Marianne Faithful is one of my all time favorites. Here are some of her classics from Broken English (1979). Strong language warning, especially for Why Dýa do it;
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After watching Flash Gordon the other night, I dug up Queens Greatest Hits.
You forget how varied their songs were, and how talented and creative they were.
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Some classic Aussie Pub music;
Yes, sometimes my lyrics are sexist
But you lovely bitches and hoes should know I'm trying to correct this.
Time to revive this thread. the 70's was so good for music.
The late 70's was punk and new wave territory, but there were outliers that really didn't fit the pigeon holes. The Stranglers were one such group and these were two of their best;
The Stranglers are great and I am really looking forward to seeing them live next year.
Saw Dragon live this year for the first time, some great memories, this is my favorite;
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"Music magazine Roadrunner said the song was, "This one, about ****ing young women and going to gaol for it is their most offensive yet." David Nichols described the song as, "essentially a paean to underage sex, perhaps even pedophilia."
Probably my favourite song of all-time:
Another Strangler song, probably their best on an amazing debut album;
This song was The Specials first single and just made the end of the 70's, released in 1979. Not their highest charting song, but a really good example of the group's work. The 2nd song, the opening track off their first album is probably their best know work. The story goes that they could not get a record deal, so they formed their own label, 2 Tone Records.
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