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  • fobfob Frets: 226

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  • bingefellerbingefeller Frets: 5027
    Love Taylor Swift, especially 1989. 
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  • I want that guitar hanging on that back wall.
    Also, I like what she's playing here.
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  • The video to Demi Lovoto's "Sorry Not Sorry" makes me want to have a guilty pleasure...
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  • ICBMICBM Frets: 26188
    I don't have any 'guilty pleasure' music - I just like what I like, and if someone else thinks it's not cool then that's their problem. Which includes most of what's been mentioned so far :).

    The only one that I would have a problem admitting I liked is Rolf Harris, but thankfully I've never liked that song. I don't like Shania Twain either, but I wouldn't be embarrassed if I did.
    "Take these three items, some WD-40, a vise grip, and a roll of duct tape. Any man worth his salt can fix almost any problem with this stuff alone."
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  • rlwrlw Frets: 1249
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  • MrSwansonMrSwanson Frets: 260
    Great fan of the Darkness, the do the GN'R thing, just better!
    View my trading feedback here: http://thefretboard.co.uk/discussion/58681/
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  • It's against every fibre of my 90s indie-boy being, but I love love love Van Halen.
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  • Meh, I just like music.

    Will listen to Taylor Swift and Nile on the same day... though probably not in the same part of the day as different music for different moods etc 
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  • BRISTOL86BRISTOL86 Frets: 699
    edited November 13
    I thought Westlife were the height of cool when I was 16 and took my (now) fiancée to see them just because I wanted to. 

    She knows that concert was all for me and still said yes to my proposal 15 years later 

    I still know pretty much every word to every song  :3
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  • I am a rocker/metal head through and through, anything from Aerosmith to Nine Inch Nails with some Slipknot thrown in for good measure. This is one of the few guilty pleasure songs i enjoy listening to, love her voice.
    Annie Lennox - Little Bird (no idea how to embed the video sorry so just added the link)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pjbNLVQ_Iwk
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  • TrudeTrude Frets: 221
    Natalie Imbruglia's second album is well worth a listen. 
    Trading feedback here
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  • breakstuffbreakstuff Frets: 4965
    Really liked Spandau's early work but hated the later schmoozy nonsense,however this is still a great song.


    In my life,why do I give valuable time to people who I'd much rather kick in the eye.
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  • DopesickDopesick Frets: 800
    I am a rocker/metal head through and through, anything from Aerosmith to Nine Inch Nails with some Slipknot thrown in for good measure. This is one of the few guilty pleasure songs i enjoy listening to, love her voice.
    Annie Lennox - Little Bird (no idea how to embed the video sorry so just added the link)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pjbNLVQ_Iwk
    I've been listening to Annie Lennox (and Eurhythmics) tunes constantly over the last couple of days as well. 'Precious' is a tuuuuune.
    /| PRAETORIAN |\ UK bowel destroying hardcore sludge
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  • AlexCAlexC Frets: 499
    I'm quite partial to a bit of Adam And The Ants... although I'm happy to admit this is largely down to nostalgia rather than me defending any form of musical credibility they may have had.
    @Dopesick agree with you on early Spandau.
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  • axisusaxisus Frets: 8491
    Whitney Houston
    70s Disco
    Musicals and specifically Les Mis/Jesus Christ superstar/Hamilton/Beauty & the beast
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  • BRISTOL86BRISTOL86 Frets: 699
    axisus said:
    Whitney Houston
    70s Disco
    Musicals and specifically Les Mis/Jesus Christ superstar/Hamilton/Beauty & the beast
    JCS has some awesome music!
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  • DominicDominic Frets: 2320
    Bay City Rollers
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  • ICBMICBM Frets: 26188
    Really liked Spandau's early work but hated the later schmoozy nonsense,however this is still a great song.

    [Spandau Ballet - Through The Barricades]
    I loved the first album 'Journeys To Glory' and the associated singles/B-sides… but hated everything they did after that, they became a totally different band almost immediately.

    I have to say I don't really like that song either.
    "Take these three items, some WD-40, a vise grip, and a roll of duct tape. Any man worth his salt can fix almost any problem with this stuff alone."
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  • tampaxbootampaxboo Frets: 276
    ICBM said:
    Really liked Spandau's early work but hated the later schmoozy nonsense,however this is still a great song.

    [Spandau Ballet - Through The Barricades]
    I loved the first album 'Journeys To Glory' and the associated singles/B-sides… but hated everything they did after that, they became a totally different band almost immediately.

    I have to say I don't really like that song either.
    i'm into tons by the really early new romatic bands; visage, ultravox, japan, human league, and some of the darker electro-flavoured duran/spandau fits neatly there.
    i'm postpunk and 80sgoth really, heart of hearts, but there's a lot of crossover with the early proto new romatic scene. less so the later soul boy schmoozy and funky things.

    spandau 'cut a long story short' and duran 'planet earth' are calssic.



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  • Philly_QPhilly_Q Frets: 3289
    edited November 16
    tampaxboo said:
    ICBM said:
    Really liked Spandau's early work but hated the later schmoozy nonsense,however this is still a great song.

    [Spandau Ballet - Through The Barricades]
    I loved the first album 'Journeys To Glory' and the associated singles/B-sides… but hated everything they did after that, they became a totally different band almost immediately.

    I have to say I don't really like that song either.
    i'm into tons by the really early new romatic bands; visage, ultravox, japan, human league, and some of the darker electro-flavoured duran/spandau fits neatly there.

    spandau 'cut a long story short' and duran 'planet earth' are calssic.

    I like that stuff too, although I was and still am mostly a rock/metal guy (that said, I remember an early Duran Duran live review which said something like "apart from the hair and clothes, Andy Taylor could easily be a Tyger of Pan Tang").

    I still like - and remember the words of - an awful lot of chart hits from the late 70s and 80s, I guess because I was still following the top 40 in those days.  90s onwards, I've totally lost track.
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  • BucketBucket Frets: 6323
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    - "Health and family are the top two most important things. Followed by outrageous guitar solos." - thomasross20
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