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    That's what I like about you Alex, you know when you've been a bad boy!

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    Sorry to spoil the analysis but I didnt post an Ella Fitzgerald record... I don't own one!

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    oops!
    Best take a look at that then

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    Dan, it was your week but you never showed up, so Keith took up the challenge instead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John View Post
    They were a few good albums from the 80s but on the whole it was a poor decade for great music
    I am surprised that talk talk, talking heads, rem, Kate bush, Peter Gabriel and tears for fears haven't been put forward for album club review.
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    Well.........it's completely in your power to sort that out, should you choose to accept the challenge!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Grand Wazoo View Post
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    Heh-he-heh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MartinT View Post
    With over a year of Album Club in the bag, and for a bit of fun, I thought I'd analyse the distribution of albums and scoring to see how it looks to date. I have graphed the analysis on two axes: number of albums submitted per decade; standardised mean score from the voting. This is the result as of the date of this post.

    You can see that the most popular decade is the 1970s with a big dip in the 1980s.
    It certainly seems that the 1980s were the crappest for quality music

    I guess this is with regard to the album club; if it isnt, I can definately agree with the most popular decade being the 1970's but, how can the 80's be the crappiest decade for quality music ??????????? Some of the best music (IMO) came from this decade as there was more money around and the investment by the music companies in bands and the music was colossal !!!
    It isn't necessarily about doing things right, its also about doing the right thing !!!!!

    ITS A LONG WAY TO THE TOP........................ WHEN YA WANNA ROCK N ROLL !!!

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