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Old 07-28-2012, 12:32 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Time to amuse myself some more.

Twang
Now I'm not a huge Country and Western fan, but there are some really fantastic records out there well worth a listen. Do have a preference for 'old-school' twang as oppose to modern country which comes off as pop-rock iced in steel guitars and Southern vocal stylings.



80s
Pop music of the decade was littered with 'one-hit-wonders', something I fell victim to numerous times, purchasing an album based off of one song only to be thoroughly disappointed. However there are some exceptional front-to-back albums of the synth/new-wave/pop rock variety that proliferated the airwaves at the time.

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