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  • pllbpllb Posts: 158
    99 Red Balloons - Nena
  • cjcpcjcp Posts: 13,345
    gtvlusso wrote:
    Logical Song - Supertramp

    Or 10cc with "I'm not in love".....

    Listen carefully to the end of Supertramp's "Mr Blue Sky". It says, in a sort of slow, stretched out electronically voice, "Please turn me over" - a reference to the fact that the song was at the last song on side 1 of the cassette album.
    FCN 2-4.

    "What happens when the hammer goes down, kids?"
    "It stays down, Daddy."
    "Exactly."
  • Greg TGreg T Posts: 3,266
    gtvlusso wrote:
    Or 10cc with "I'm not in love".....

    Stop it.

    very borderline between God awful and Top level fab.
    be quiet Big Boys don't cry

    Hold........back........the.........tears........
    Fixed gear for wet weather / hairy roadie for posing in the sun.

    What would Thora Hurd do?
  • Rich158Rich158 Posts: 2,348
    Big Country, not a patch on The Skids - Into the Valley

    Renne & Renata - Just one more
    Joe Dolce - Shud uppa your face

    Put the cheque in the post
    pain is temporary, the glory of beating your mates to the top of the hill lasts forever.....................

    Revised FCN - 2
  • 99 Red Balloons is an awesome song. Bone Fide classic.

    On guilty pleasures I raise you... Imagination: Just an Illusion.
  • FeltupFeltup Posts: 1,340
    Should I break out 5 Star and the Silk and Steel album yet?

    Too much too soon? Come on!
    Short hairy legged roadie FCN 4 or 5 in my baggies.

    Felt F55 - 2007
    Specialized Singlecross - 2008
    Marin Rift Zone - 1998
    Peugeot Tourmalet - 1983 - taken more hits than Mohammed Ali
  • gtvlussogtvlusso Posts: 5,112
    ELP - Fanfare for the Common man (Aaaron Copeland)

    Bonnie Tyler - I need a Hero....
  • cjcpcjcp Posts: 13,345
    Toto's Africa is a karaoke powerhouse.

    +1.
    FCN 2-4.

    "What happens when the hammer goes down, kids?"
    "It stays down, Daddy."
    "Exactly."
  • pllb wrote:
    How about Europe - Final Countdown....

    Too good to be a guilty pleasure surely :wink:

    How about: 2Unlimited - No limits (techno...techno...techno) or if the circle of trust is feeling particularly generous some 'Quo

    Eclectic tastes, me - No?!?
  • tailwindhometailwindhome Posts: 16,668
    Greg T wrote:
    Rich158 wrote:
    I'll counter with Bow Wow Wow - go wild in the country


    Jesus H Christ

    Rich has gone nuclear!

    That is magic Guilt pleasure. I must have it


    Ok

    I see were this is going suddenly I feel like Matthew Broderick playing Knots&Crosses with that pyscho computer (that'll get rid of the under 30's)


    I didnt want to have to do this, but I'm finishing early today

    Suddenly- Angry Anderson


    Thanks you London and good night
    Believe that a farther shore
    Is reachable from here.
    Believe in miracles
    And cures and healing wells
  • cjcpcjcp Posts: 13,345
    Feltup wrote:
    Should I break out 5 Star and the Silk and Steel album yet?

    Too much too soon? Come on!

    I've got that on tape. Oh the shame.
    FCN 2-4.

    "What happens when the hammer goes down, kids?"
    "It stays down, Daddy."
    "Exactly."
  • gtvlussogtvlusso Posts: 5,112
    Kraftwork - The model or We are the robots - I can't decide.

    Whitesnake - Here I go again....need I say more?!
  • I'll see your pleasures and raise the guilt stakes

    Surely the all time 'guilty' pleasure has to be Return of the Mack by Mark Morrison - a great choon by a dodgy geezer

    If that doesn't work for you try If you let me stay by Terence Trent D'Arby

    A Lemond (FCN 4)
    An ageing Klein (FCN 9)
  • Greg TGreg T Posts: 3,266
    gtvlusso wrote:
    Bonnie Tyler - I need a Hero....

    jaysus why didn't I think of that.....


    Falco

    Rock me Amadeus........


    Ask your Dad.
    Fixed gear for wet weather / hairy roadie for posing in the sun.

    What would Thora Hurd do?
  • pllbpllb Posts: 158
    Sledgehammer - Peter Gabriel
  • I'm so glad to see there's so much work going on today, it's making me feel better about my complete lack of motivation.

    Don't you want me baby - human league... and Tainted Love - soft cell.

    Both the same age as me.... :D
  • gtvlussogtvlusso Posts: 5,112
    Great White - Once Bitten (Twice Shy)
  • OH and come on eileen....

    Also my age!
  • pllbpllb Posts: 158
    The Look of Love - ABC
  • Clever PunClever Pun Posts: 6,778
    biondino wrote:
    Take That are brilliant these days - they were only really rubbish when they appeared, terrible voices and anaemic production and some bloody awful songs. But stuff like "Back for Good" and, more recently, "Shine" are fantastic choons. Great for karaoke, too.

    Hmm, SCR karaoke, y/n?

    jesus wept :lol:

    I know all of the old Roxette songs... I had to listen to them as a nipper on the milk round... there's a sfot spot that's been pummelled in... it makes me feel dirty
    Purveyor of sonic doom

    Very Hairy Roadie - FCN 4
    Fixed Pista- FCN 5
    Beared Bromptonite - FCN 14
  • pllbpllb Posts: 158
    OH and come on eileen....

    Also my age!

    Now I feel old - I loved Dexy's
  • Greg TGreg T Posts: 3,266
    Tainted Love - soft cell.

    Guilty Pleasure?


    I think not.

    Cast iron, gold standard, vacuum packed classic, no-one will ever doubt it.


    I was bought that in 12" by my first "proper" I think you know what I mean here... Girlfriend.....
    Fixed gear for wet weather / hairy roadie for posing in the sun.

    What would Thora Hurd do?
  • pllbpllb Posts: 158
    A-ha - take on me
  • gtvlussogtvlusso Posts: 5,112
    Anyone mentioned:

    Christopher Cross with "Arthurs Theme (Best that you can do)"
  • I had to have a little lie down when I discovered that this thread is almost exactly like my itunes library
    anyway, what I am listening to now - OMD: Locomotion - wonderfully awful song with no redeeming features - love it :lol::lol:
    "He was pedalling slowly in the middle of the street, reading a newspaper which he held with both hands spread open before his eyes. Every now and then he rang his bell without interrupting his reading"
  • girv73girv73 Posts: 842
    Howard Jones - New Song ?

    Paul Simon - Call Me Al ?
    Today is a good day to ride
  • Electric Avenue... eddy grant.

    A lot of my gp songs are from '83. Interesting.

    And speaking of dexy's, I used to do a music pub quiz a few years ago with my builder mates from Essex. At their insistence, and to everyone's amusement, our team name was invariably 'came on eileen'...
  • pllbpllb Posts: 158
    I had to have a little lie down when I discovered that this thread is almost exactly like my itunes library
    anyway, what I am listening to now - OMD: Locomotion - wonderfully awful song with no redeeming features - love it :lol::lol:

    Blimey - bet you have some Ultravox in there too :wink:
  • chaleychaley Posts: 100
    edited November 2008
    Today I have mostly been listening to Dead Kennedys and a bit of the Cramps.

    Not so interestingly our pub quiz team was called "swimming with barrymore", they didn't like it when we won :twisted:
    Chaley
    2009 langster

    Blasphemy is the only victimless crime
  • just listening to another girl another planet - brilliant song - only mentioning it to remind you all of true greatness
    "He was pedalling slowly in the middle of the street, reading a newspaper which he held with both hands spread open before his eyes. Every now and then he rang his bell without interrupting his reading"
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