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    Quote Originally Posted by ed2962 View Post
    [I]Remember "Night Flight"?
    You are up to speed on Night Flight Plus, right?

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    Generation X - "Gimme Some Truth"

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    Bob Marley - " Waiting in Vain"

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    David Bowie - "Heroes"

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    Quote Originally Posted by numberthirty View Post
    You are up to speed on Night Flight Plus, right?
    Thanks for the heads up.
    I discovered Night Flight near the end of its run... probably what planted the seeds for me to become a fan of MTV's 120 Minutes, Joe Bob Briggs' Drive-In Theater and USA Up All Night with Rhonda Shear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by numberthirty View Post
    You are up to speed on Night Flight Plus, right?
    I was not. Thanks for the info!

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    https://youtu.be/NmPJzpvDcME

    Adam and the Ants first album, Dirk Wears White Sox, was an absolute classic and this is one of the tracks off it... Such a shame how Adam Ant's musical taste went down hill once he had commercial success.

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    The Soup Dragons biggest single from their third studio album Hotwired made the Top 40 in 4 categories (Main, Modern, Dance, and Hot 100). Here's "Divine Thing":



    The video was a finalist for "Best Alternative Video" in the 1992 MTV's Video Music Awards but lost out to Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit". The '92 MTV VMAs were the best because of the feud between Cobain and Axl Rose. Cobain spit on Axl's piano...but the piano was actually Elton John's. Cobain trolled the broadcasters by starting to play "Rape Me" instead of the agreed upon "..Teen Spirit" or "Lithium". Nirvana's bassist's, Krist Novoselic, amp quit working so he threw his guitar...it bounced and almost knocked him out...he stumbled off the stage. Dave Grohl called out Axl Rose. Howard Stern was 'Fartman'. Truly a classic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by numberthirty View Post
    You are up to speed on Night Flight Plus, right?
    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Stone View Post
    Thanks for the heads up.
    I discovered Night Flight near the end of its run... probably what planted the seeds for me to become a fan of MTV's 120 Minutes, Joe Bob Briggs' Drive-In Theater and USA Up All Night with Rhonda Shear.
    Quote Originally Posted by ed2962 View Post
    I was not. Thanks for the info!
    The real thanks there should go to the friend who pointed it out to me. It's shocking just how much of the content they were able to get.

    I would have thought some of the third party content would be a loss.

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    "(Nothing But) Flowers" came off the Talking Heads eighth and final studio album in 1988. Almost 20 years ago...



    Fun fact: Johnny Marr, of The Smiths, played guitar on this track.

    Fun fact 2: There is a Ted Talk where David Byrne plays this song with Thomas Dolby.

    Fun Fact 3: This is the opening song in Clerks II because fellow comicbook aficionado Kevin Smith says it's the song he most identifies with. Snootchie Bootchies.
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    A lot of people like to make fun of the Cure these days ( or what they think the Cure represents: emo culture or whatever), but this is my favorite song of theirs. As a younger person, I actually was very affected by it


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    X was I guess the first of the early 80's LA hardcore punk bands to get mainstream critical acclaim. Of course, it didn't turn into much commercial success for them , but their first four or five albums have quality songs. They also had a side band called The Knitters where they did bluegrass songs. John Doe these days gets a fair amount of work as a character actor.



    For what it worth, John and Excene were married but got divorced by the time this record came out. Punk rock Rumors?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ed2962 View Post
    A lot of people like to make fun of the Cure these days ( or what they think the Cure represents: emo culture or whatever), but this is my favorite song of theirs. As a younger person, I actually was very affected by it
    The Cure was my favorite band.
    Disintegration and Mixed Up (which I lovingly referred to as Disintegration disc 2) are two albums I still listen to often.

    I was enamored by the post-modern rock era, mostly The Cure, Siouxsie and the Banshees, The Church and Love and Rockets. With a little Smiths.

    BTW, my favorite Cure songs were Pictures of You, Lovesong and Just Like Heaven. Just listening to them takes me to another place and time.
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    The Smiths! I remember when me and a friend first discovered the Smiths. We liked some of the songs, but we found Morrissey to be, um...quite the character. "Ask" is probably my favorite song but this video has Morrissey dancing in it.


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    Debbie Harry on the Muppet Show singing One Way Or Another


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