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Old 07-05-2021, 01:45 PM   #21
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My eldest son generally listens to Electronic music but is quite happy to hear my rock/metal in the car and my youngest is a headbanger like me but I caught him listening to Mozart just yesterday which took me by surprise. I think it was S&M by Metallica that got him into classical.
I've one son well into cars and the other well into music. One wants to inherit my car and the other my record collection

I kind of influenced them with my music taste and by the sounds of it, you've done similar. The good thing is that my lad has introduced me to bands i'd not previously heard, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Get Up Kids, Owen, Cap N Jazz. That's what i love apbout it, there's always something new to be discovered, even if it was recorded years ago.
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Old 07-05-2021, 02:05 PM   #22
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Ooh, thanks for that. Is the Ltd Edition the coloured ones, or have i missed out?

Just need to decide on white, blue splash, or white/blue 50/50
It's the coloured ones, I got the "bone/aqua" pre-ordered which I think is the blue splash. Just having a quick look elsewhere and it appears there are electric green and electric blue opaque editions too, with 500 of each not that limited total numbers wise but I don't care!
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Yeah, i think the electric blue/green are Indie stores only. Each one appears to be 500 regardless and there are different UK and US colours.

I think i'll go with the half blue/half white option from Kingsroad Merc.

Got all the pre-ordered re-issued Ltd Edition My Bloody Valetine LPs to look forward to later this month too, that'll save wearing out my original copies


EDIT: Lol, scrub Kingsroad, it says EU store, but is £10 shipping!
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doesn't matter what the genre. Literally anything from The Carpenters to Anthrax
Blimey, that is eclectic

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Lol, "Greebos" down our way

In a time of Duran Duran, Spandau, all of which i couldn't stand in the early 80's as a young teenager, i was into a mixture of metal/prog rock (Rush, Zep, Sabbath, Motorhead, Uriah Heep, ACDC, UFO etc), U2, the Alarm, The Cure and by the time i was leaving school in 1985 I was also into Stiff Little Fingers, Crass, Conflict, Subhumans & loads of punk bands, New Model Army, the Mission, The Cult, Joy Division/New Order and so on.

Then the 80's hit proper with Indie, Grunge, No Wave and i spent my teenage years in dodgy clubs seeing the best bands ever (My Bloody Valentine, Sonic Youth, Pixies, Dinosaur Jr, Mudhoney, Telescopes, and so many others).

Eclectic at best, but awesome at worse.

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I agree, kids these days much more open to different genres and even open to more extreme music styles. It must have something to do with the digital age and unlimited access.

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Absolutely. Back then there were few underground/alternative/Indy radio stations. I guess the obvious would be John peels radio show.
Genuinely, ground breaking, influential and before his time.

These days, you have countless access points for all music types.

During the day, I like to listen to radio 6 when I can. Unfortunately, I still get the what’s this weird **** your listening to comments from the pop pickers.
Some things never change.
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