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In reply to: favshare on Monday 21/05/07 09:39am

dont know about one of the worlds best.thats far and above my judgement given I've prob heard a small % of a % of them.But I do agree that he and the other Police are very very good players.Well respected in the industry too from what I hear.

 

Skyhooks ? must be kidding.Broke many rules and pushed the limits with their image and they often sang about Australia.If someone doesnt like the songs that is different to poor material.

Saw Shirl live once with another band .Did some Led Zep tracks.Wow.he could sing.

 

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Police was a unique 3 piece band, their music was influenced by reggae and punk rock.

 

Stewart Copeland is a top drummer. My friend from University said that the drummer was awesome because he had all these syncopated rhythms that nobody else really did. Gave them a unique sound.

 

The band worked on sudden tempo and time changes that left most bands in the dark ages. Unique pieces. eg- "De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da"

 

Also with balance with Skyhooks. http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/hypocrite.gif

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In reply to: Varmi on Monday 21/05/07 01:14pm

OK. no support for 1 and 4.

Don't know the performers but numbers 5 and 6 are titles .

 

Boy's night out

Don't stand so close.

 

Score out of 10 ......neither registered

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In reply to: athex on Monday 21/05/07 04:19pm

athex, forgot to mention Kylie can drop round any time she likes. http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/devilsmiley.gif

Dont like most of her music but she's got more talent than me.

The Fray, hmmm 'fraid not.

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the police rocked, i can load em up any day of the week and it hasn't aged for me.

 

kylie stunk at first but over the years her "show" clearly entertains a reasonable number of people. so whether we like it or not she has something that others wish they had be it charisma or tight buns. i don't get it but then again i can't sell out shows.

 

Ben Harper is a favourite for me.

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In reply to: wolverine on Monday 21/05/07 09:06pm

hi wolv, I have a large variety of music, however when driving and at times like now

in a quiet moment I like to venture here.

 

CRUISE 1323

 

However, music certainly depends on the era you were born....

go the BABY BOOMERS...

Oh no!!!! not that old... http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/tongue.gif

 

http://www.cruise1323.com.au/

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QUOTE (theadder @ Tuesday 22/05/07 07:58pm)

hi adder

 

ms wolv has a large collection that is best described as eclectic. from rolling stones, portishead, the who, new order, regurgitator, vince jones, miles davis to yellow.

 

got riders on the storm playing now, go the doors.

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