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    Quote Originally Posted by Macca View Post
    'Easy Lover' with Phillip Bailey. Only good tune he ever did.
    You're forgetting this:



    80s-tastic! If you don't have a 'wee shimmy-ette' to that, around the lounge, you're dead!



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    I'd play the teena Marie track to the top gun soundtrack instead.

    It's so cringey it's actually good. Lol


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    Erm, you're on your own with that mince!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    You're forgetting this:



    80s-tastic! If you don't have a 'wee shimmy-ette' to that, around the lounge, you're dead!



    Marco.
    No, I wasn't forgetting that. It happened, and we allowed it to happen.
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    Haha - nah... That, and 'In the air tonight' evoke some great memories for me, from during 'my era'!

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    Yes, there is some nostalgia. But as a sound it was strictly of its time. The musical equivalent of rolling up the sleeves on your sports jacket.
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    Funnily enough ,'You Cant Hurry Love ' was one of my favorites , but I loved the Supremes doing the original just as much too!!
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    Interesting title for a book and a tour. Good read too. I likes his first few solo albums and some of the genesis albums headed up by him.
    Not dead yet eh? According to a friend of mine in the industry he isn't far off. It remains to be seen if if he makes any of the gigs and if he does how he will cope with them.
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    Even though I have a huge passion for Prog Rock and early Genesis I simply adore 'A Trick of the Tale' which has to be their finest ever album and certainly their most accessible album before slipping into dire mediocrity.
    Of the stuff that Phil Collins wrote from his own heart, my favourite is definitely 'The Roof Is Leaking' from the Face Value album. Fantastic on vinyl, OK on CD. When I was young..!
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    Folk said I would never get over my hatred of Phil Collins....
    but take a look at me now.
    I have hifi 'n stuff.


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