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    Suede sounding as good as ever usually when i see bands realeasing anything aftr 20 years its dire but they really have kept the scott walker thing beautiful strings ands his unique voice quite unusual for such quality in a band 20 years on..

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gqzvcj0-kF4

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    Good luck with this thread, you'll need it Not much into Suede myself, mind you I'm not much into anything with a Richard Osmam connection. This is not a bad tune though and reminded me in parts of Bowie's Where Are We Now.

    My taste in music is quite eclectic and not all Kate Bush and Bowie. I shall be making some contributions to this thread starting with Ellie Goulding who is very talented and also a bit trampy.

    https://youtu.be/uJuAfvE1RUY

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    R I P Keith Flint. Not the nutjob that people make out, but a lovely gentle man destroyed by a woman

    https://youtu.be/wmin5WkOuPw

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    If only he'd gone to Johnny(or someone) before doing anything silly. It's heartbreaking

    https://youtu.be/_fUk70PqVV8

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    Liked prodigy especially their older rave stuff,i spent a lot of the 90s on three day benders at raves,house partys insane times but best decade ever for music and genres.

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    I think the 70s were best, but each to their own and according to their age which will make a big difference of course. Want to leave this thread on a cheerful note for tonight, so this will do nicely...

    https://youtu.be/2VCCiY17hKw

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    Glam Rock, Punk and the emergence of Kate Bush and Bowie. 70's not too shabby a decade for me x
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6m6PP6l2Duw

    All music has to have something i can relate to,having suffered from depression for 20 years + lyrics strings and riff at the end are pure genius james dean bradfield is best singer/guitar player lyricist in modern era with big help from richey edwards RIP.

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    Music can be a great way of keeping the black dog at bay. I'd steer clear of the likes of Leonard Cohen though.

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    Here's my contribution to the music thread, these guys had everything. Wonder if the audience realised they were watching something special LOL

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8JAcv...W0PX8&index=15

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    Boro lad, like my good self... we've both moved though!

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    https://uk.video.search.yahoo.com/se...d&action=click

    Never heard anyone sing so high and low with so much ease,read somewhere that he and michael jackson are one of very artists that can sing in those notes..

    Kennedy's favorite singers include Jeff Buckley, Robert Plant, Bon Scott, Chris Whitley, and k.d. lang.[90] He has stated on several occasions that Jeff Buckley was, and is, a major influence on him as a singer. When asked to describe his vocal style, he said, "I wanted to fuse together my favorite elements of rock and soul singers into something I could call my own. The inflections of Stevie Wonder with the soaring qualities of someone like Buckley." He states that Buckley's "emotional intensity" was one of the most inspirational things for him when it came to singing, and that it made him accept and embrace the fact that he is a tenor.[90] He often performs Buckley's famous cover of "Hallelujah" (originally by Leonard Cohen) during acoustic performances.[91] At one point, he received lessons from Ron Anderson,[92] a bel canto vocal coach who has worked with a wide range of singers, including Axl Rose, Shania Twain, Enrique Iglesias, Chris Cornell, Ozzy Osbourne, Eddie Vedder, Kelly Clarkson, and several others.[93] When asked about his number one secret when it came to singing, Kennedy replied, "Dig deep into your soul and sing as if your life depends on it. Leave your mark. People react to emotion more than technique."[90] Kennedy, who possesses a four-octave vocal range,[94] has been praised for his ability as a singer. Velvet Revolver guitarist Slash, whose touring band consists of Kennedy, has called him "******* amazing", calling his style "surreal".[95] About Kennedy's ability to recreate Guns N' Roses songs on tour, Slash said, "Myles is ******* amazing. It's very surreal how he handles the stuff he sings. I'm doing GN'R songs I've never done solo before, and Myles manages to own them without changing the style or trajectory of the song. Which is a fantastic ******* ability."[95] Kennedy is often compared to Soundgarden vocalist Chris Cornell.[96
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    https://youtu.be/amR6-neQBPE

    Would take a fair bit of alterations, but not impossible that this place could one day be. Probably not in my lifetime though

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    You're the only one who thinks it isn't....
    Alba Gu Brath!

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ElKl5s1xQ8o

    Bet tommy robinson wpuld like this surprised they have never confronted him to be honest they've travelled the world performing for social injustice..
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    I don't think that's true, dimmo, most people faced with hostility for no reason will just drift off. Check out the first page of my 'This and That' thread if you've forgotten your 'welcome' post.

    And please excuse my Freudian slip
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    A great performance of RUTH on Wogan. Her ex partner of many years and bassist, Del Palmer, now does some guest performances with KB tribute band Cloudbusting- Sadly.

    https://youtu.be/qWYt4r9HTao

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    I put up the link to asian dub foundation some are bangladeshi muslims about social injustices and racism and what happens 48 killed in mosque in australia unreal ..the scum have started...i know someone in luton that will be happpy..
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