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    Re: USCHO Music Thread 3: They Heard Me Singing

    If you can overlook the dancing...one of my favorites bands from the 80's The Suburbs:

    Waiting
    Love is the Law
    Tape Your Wife to the Ceiling
    Rattle My Bones
    Music For Boys

    And another favorite from the era (but didn't age as well) the Urban Guerrillas: Sex Beat and Shimmy Shimmy Ko Ko Bop

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    And another favorite from the era (but didn't age as well) the Urban Guerrillas: Sex Beat
    Not even the best song by that name.
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    If you can overlook the dancing...one of my favorites bands from the 80's The Suburbs:
    Man, I had forgotten how good those guys were, from the killer horn to the Ian Curtis Sound-a-like Contest winner.
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    Re: USCHO Music Thread 3: They Heard Me Singing

    A friend of mine posted this on Facebook a while ago. Right in the middle of the transition from Joy Division to New Order, this earlier version is just a bit slower, a bit rawer, and the guitars just a bit dirtier than the version that was eventually released as New Order's first single.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5UK40sSo8I

    There's a great clip on youtube as well of Radiohead covering this song.
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    Butthole Surfers: Pepper
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    Re: USCHO Music Thread 3: They Heard Me Singing

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    Butthole Surfers: Pepper
    Alice Cooper: No More Mr. Nice Guy
    David Banner: Crossroads
    Evanescence: Going Under
    House of Pain: Jump Around
    Clarence Carter: Strokin'
    Chumbawamba: Tubthumping
    Way back in the day, I used to go to a karaoke bar (blue collar bar all the way) with friends, and one guy would do "Strokin'" and he'd NAIL it. No one else even dared attempt it, the guy was that good.
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    Butthole Surfers: Pepper
    F-ck it, I now have to listen to this immediately.

    They were all in love with dyin'
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    I don't mind the sun sometimes...

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    Wow.

    Around and Around (Cut 2) is the only version of the ubiquitously-covered song I've ever heard to rival the Flamin' Groovies'.
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    Re: USCHO Music Thread 3: They Heard Me Singing

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    Wow.

    Around and Around (Cut 2) is the only version of the ubiquitously-covered song I've ever heard to rival the Flamin' Groovies'.
    Told ya.

    The best band of the 80's, bar none. The best band since the Rolling Stones at their peak? You know where I stand.

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    Any thoughts on Cloud Nothing's? I'm thinking of taking the plunge based on a recent review. I haven't heard a note of their stuff but the review made em' seem like they'd be in my wheelhouse.EDIT... just watched a video, ugh, they are decidedly not my cup of tea. Ah well
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    Told ya.

    The best band of the 80's, bar none. The best band since the Rolling Stones at their peak? You know where I stand.

    I think I've got this somewhere. You also may be interested in this.

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    Live and Drunk.

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    Was lucky to grow up at the same time, in the same area and having the privilege to see them live several times. Sucks I was here for the last go round.

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    The best rendition of any REM song ever.
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    6 songs. 12 minutes. Genius. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oYLTAuoKZTg

    Love this particular show. RIP...
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    NPB. But really, Bettencourt and Morello on the same stage? And who knew that Kotzen was a vocal dead ringer for old, washed-up Chris Cornell?
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    The best rendition of any REM song ever.
    And just as incomprehensible as Stipe on REM's first full LP aka Mumble.

    REM was my first love that wasn't given to music porn. I was into Cheap Trick, KISS and a few others earlier, and I didn't really dive into Pink Floyd (even though my dad bought me DSOTM for Christmas in 1974 when i was all of 7) until much later, but after hearing RFE on the local rock station for the first time I was all in on them all the way until Bill Berry left.

    Was lucky enough to meet them (except Mike Mills for whatever reason) at a party after a show at a local dive bar (CC room or Liqour Lyles I forget), saw them play under the pseudonym It Crawled From the South at 7th St Entry, bought multiple copies every time they were on the cover of RS, stole a very large cardboard display from a Musicland that was used to promote Tourfilm, would stay up late into the night just in hopes MTV would play a video or air an interview during their run to the top in the mid to late 80's, etc., etc. Probably my only musical obsession even though The Mats, Husker Du, The Cure, Violent Femmes, Floyd and others became very large mainstays in my life for years to come.

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