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Old 02-08-2003, 09:39 PM   #1
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music from youth you can't give up

What's the music from your past you can't get rid off? Bands that have long stopped making music, or maybe they still make music but not too many people are listening to them anymore.

I'm secretly in love with Iron Maiden .....80's metal band for all you youngin's out there. I'm going to get all of my Iron Maiden CD's out tomorrow and make a mix! Yay!!!!!!

Who do you still listen to?
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Old 02-08-2003, 09:44 PM   #2
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simon and garfunkel. I grew up on them and will never stop listening to them. and I also like a few of those 80s bands
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I still listen to New Kids on the Block occasionally.
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Every once in a while I'll hear a Bon Jovi song and think, that's not so bad. Only every once in a while though.
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i never really went through a time where i listened to stuff that i wouldn't listen to now...i listened to some kinds of children's music that i don't even remember who sang because i haven't heard it since preschool. and then from preschool to 2nd grade i didn't listen to anything, and then from 2nd grade to 8th grade i only listened to the beatles, and then from 8th grade to now i've been listening to the same bands plus other ones i hear of...

and i still listen to the beatles...

i wish i had soemthing fun to say in threads like these...
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and then from 2nd grade to 8th grade i only listened to the beatles
haha! That's pretty much the way I was. Only the Beatles and 60's protest music.
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sometimes i listened to the oldies station too, ok, i must have listened to that a lot cos if i tune into an oldies station now, i can surprise my mom with knowledge of songs that came out while she was in elementary school/ middle school/ high school...
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i never really went through a time where i listened to stuff that i wouldn't listen to now...

Lucky sucker. I'm still haunted by memories of thinking Bon Jovi and Bell Biv Devoe were the shiznit!

I guess in some ways I'm really not that embarrassed, I'm just glad they arent my favorite bands now.
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This isn't too old, but Everything But The Girl's earlier albums (Worldwide, Acoustic, etc.) before they went trance-y and chillout. I like their sound now, but "Worldwide" has got to be one of the best albums, ever.
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