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Old 05-21-2006, 06:47 AM   #1
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Albums That You Grew Up On

For me, they include:

Bryan Adams - Wakin Up the Neighbors (anyone have this? It's awesome!)

Bob Seger - The Bob Seger Collection

AC/DC - Back in Black

These are the main three. If anyone has WUtN or TBSC please talk about it!

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Old 05-21-2006, 07:49 AM   #2
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The albums I grew up on were:


The Monkees
Simon & Garfunkel - Bookends
Yesterday and today - The Beatles
Twist and shout - the beatles
Revolver/Rubber soul - the beatles


Saturday night fever - soundtrack
Grease - soundtrack
Atlantic Crossing - Rod Stewart
In The court of the crimson king - King Crimson
Hush - Deep purple
Deep purple in rock - deep purple


Thanks for this thread.....nice memories.

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I listened to mostly oldies radio as a kid. The first cd I bought was R.E.M.'s 'Out of Time' .
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I grew up listening to bob marley, depeche mode, bob dylan and REM through my parents influences and i grew up in the 90's.
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My parents, especially my mom, adored Huey Lewis and The News...I remember listening to a lot of them as a child. I still love their songs.
"Knight in shining Zubaz."

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I remember singing around the to Glass House by Billy Joel.
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My older brothers' Beatles albums, and my sister's collection of Broadway musical albums.
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My mum played Carole King's 'Tapestry' every night at bed time - so I have that ingrained in my brain and I don't mind at all!
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Umm Billy Joel, Frank Sinatra, classical music and Adiemus, weird new age world music which I still love
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Gosh, people have families with fairly decent music tastes.

Boney M - Nighflight to Venus - I loved the robotic voice at the beginning

Kate Bush - Hounds of Love, ABBA - various albums from listening in to my sisters music.

Queen, The Fureys, The Dubliners
Lots of country stuff 'cos of my dad - I particularly remember Glen Campbell - Witchita Lineman because I thought it was a strange name for an album when I was a child.

James Last stuff too - I heard the damn James Last orchestra on several car journeys going on holiday to the Isle Of Wight as a youngster

The first record I ever recall asking for was Star Trekkin' by The Firm. I got it for a birthday present
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I remember listening to:

Queen, Boney M, Bruce Springsteen, Dire Straits, Roy Orbison, Beach Boys

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my parents never listen/listened to music, lol

so i dont remember hearing much music...

that said i do remember a few specific songs:

Oasis - Wonderwall & Cum On Feel The Noize

Robbie Williams - Let me entertain you

Chumbawamba - Tubthumping

Blur - Song 2

that's what i can think of at the moment.
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I think I had Tubthumping on tape

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