Discussion in 'Philadelphia Flyers' started by Beef Invictus, Feb 12, 2019.
Bummed I never got to see them live before they broke up. Even though they sounded awful live, it was all about the energy. They were animals on stage.
Just stumbled upon a treasure trove on Reddit.
Someone archived years worth of links to music videos from episodes of the mid to late 80s MTV show 120 Minutes. Its all 80s new wave, indie, alt, synth, post-punk, etc. Already discovered a bunch of great stuff just watching each video in order.
1986-87 | The 120 Minutes Archive
forgot how much i had enjoyed this album
that guitar riff just instantly puts me in a good mood
today years old when I found out about Dermot Kennedy. Really enjoying the rabbit hole
The bass player for that band is quite prolific.
Hau`oli Lā Hānau
And also to my late mother. Today is always a tough one.
He's unbelievably great. All four of them are great musicians.
An amazing voice
Surprised to hear this at work
@DancingPanther have you listened to the new 1975 album yet?
Playing in My Mind and Roadkill are excellent. If You're too Shy (Let Me Know) is my 3rd favorite, but a cut below the other 2. Guys isn't a bad song either, I'd rank it 4th.
Everything else's relistenability is low. I hate the 20+ song album meta nowadays. 45-65 mins is the comfort zone. 10-16 tracks. There is a horrifying quantity not quality motive infecting modern music.
Sorry about your mom. It doesn't get any easier.
I offer you this
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