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    That's so cool!
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    unfortunately i missed out on the likes of bowie and monty python area back in the day by about two years because people a little older than me think theyre the best but i just dont get it at all

    no disrepect to david bowie, he was his own genre and an innovator but i was too young to remember and my mother only had the likes of ian dury and the later beatles on radio 2 when i was very little lol

    so iconic music for me would be ian dury, madness, culture club and the smiths, followed by teeny stuff and onto the likes of the prodigy and slipmatt, then i got a grip and found manic street preachers and radiohead and all was well with the world

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    Although Bowie was my era I didn't totally get him. Monty Python seemed hilarious at the time but doesn't seem to be in the least bit funny now.

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    I'll always remember when my then boyfriend, now ex husband, played me The Jam's That's Entertainment. It was the first time I'd been a fan of non 'poppy' music and I came to love Snap! And I believe Paul Weller is a musical genius
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    A popsicle stick makes a great bookmark. But eat the popsicle first. Don't make the same mistake I did.

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    I think every house hold in the U.K had a copy of Jim stineman's and meat loafs bat out of hell album. One of those album covers that tells you what the album is about. The songs were great and Ellen Foely the female vocalist.

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    Wannabe was released 20 years ago! wow! HOW TIME FLIES.

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    Great music to do housework to
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