bodom wrote:Nice thread! Dont know the first band but im hoping your gonna have some metal in the countdown somewhere!!!
tilt wrote:How long do we have to wait for the Pet Shop Boys?
Oh, I cannot wait.retrofuturist wrote:tilt wrote:How long do we have to wait for the Pet Shop Boys?
Might be a while yet....
tiltbillings wrote:How long do we have to wait for the Pet Shop Boys? Some West End girls would like to know.
I would want to see Tom Waits.alan wrote:Bruce or No Bruce?
If there is to be no Springsteen, I'm not sure I can fully support this enterprise. http://www.brucespringsteen.net/news/index.html
No argument from me, but I am thinking retro's taste in music go off in a bit of a different, odder, direction, but who knows he could be a big Barry Manilow fan. We'll just have wait and see.alan wrote:Springsteen rocks as hard as anyone ever has. He's thoughtful, clear minded, and determined to use his talents to inspire. He's a national treasure.
And he can be funny. http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2010/05/poet_robert_pinsky_rocker_bruc.html
bodom wrote:Im diggin 'Trash' from The Whip. Never heard em before.
retrofuturist wrote:I like them mainly because they follow in the steps of other famous Manchester bands like New Order, who demonstrate that synthesizers and electric guitars needn't be kept separated, and in fact, go very well together! Until about 10 years ago, you would be surprised just how many bands were either guitar-only, or synth-only... with very little crossover.
retrofuturist wrote:Strapping Young Lad whose track Detox is worth checking out if you don't know it. ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QrNOqVZbwWw )