I like that picture a lot. It reminds me of something, but I cannot put my finger on it. The idea of opening music threads with some OC is one I support strongly.>>16353
It physically hurts hearing such music while it is so cold, windy and rainy outside. Even though I haven't been on a beach holiday in ages, I immediately miss it and get a memory of the smell of suntan lotion for some weird reason.>>16371
Would you mind sharing some tunes or significant artists? J-Pop and K-Pop always passed me by even though I enjoy the positive vibe they transport whenever I heard something by chance.>>16564
There are a lot of songs by Duran Duran I do not like at all. Especially Wild Boys I find simply gruesome. But they also did some very remarkable pieces, "The Chauffeur" being my favourite:https://youtu.be/RIT2QobohEg>>16492
Weird that this is from 97. It sounds just like the tracks done on the continent a few years earlier. I guess this kind of music hit them pretty late and while everyone in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany was going apeshit to it, they were still stuck on their garage sounds.
I guess you are also >>16300
? If so, I think we are about the same age. I have a lot of good memories, some might be even the best of all, connected to this music and the songs. I hold Transfiguration especially dearly. The second tune I added is one of the first, or even the first "Jungle" track later being better known as Drum'n'Bass on the continent.