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Re: Mega Favourite Song Poll Quarter-Finals - VOTE NOW

Posted: Sun Jan 28, 2018 11:43 am
by 1964white
hector wrote:Ah s**t sorry...

you were voting.... not putting up who was through..

take me out and shoot me please.........

pretend I am not here......
:chair: :flog: :rol:

Re: Mega Favourite Song Poll

Posted: Sun Jan 28, 2018 11:49 am
by Mrs64
60's

Kinks 'You Really Got Me'
Animals 'The House Of The Rising Sun'
Marvin Gaye 'I Heard It Through The Grapevine'
David Bowie 'Space Oddity'

70's

ELO 'Livin Thing'
Kinks 'Lola'
Lynyrd Skynyd 'Freebird'
Pink Floyd 'Another Brick In The Wall'

80's

Stranglers 'Golden Brown'
Queen 'Another One Bites The Dust'
Dire Straits 'Brothers In Arms'
Smiths 'How Soon Is Now'

90's

Counting Crows 'Round Here'
Sinead O'Connor 'Nothing Compares To You'
Portishead 'Roads'
No Doubt 'Don't Speak'

2000's

Amy Winehouse 'I'm No Good'
Arcade Fire 'Keep the Car Running'
Arctic Monkeys 'Mardy Bum'
Adele 'Someone Like You'

Re: Mega Favourite Song Poll Quarter-Finals - VOTE NOW

Posted: Sun Jan 28, 2018 11:58 am
by Gandalf
60's

Rolling Stones 'Paint It Black'
Animals 'The House Of The Rising Sun'
Led Zeppelin 'Whole Lotta Love'
David Bowie 'Space Oddity'

70's

Simon & Garfunkel 'Bridge Over Troubled Water'
Don McLean 'American Pie'
Lynyrd Skynyrd 'Freebird'
Pink Floyd 'Another Brick In The Wall'

80's

Stranglers 'Golden Brown'
Queen 'Another One Bites The Dust'
Dire Straits 'Brothers In Arms'
Ultravox 'Vienna'

90's

Counting Crows 'Round Here'
Nirvana 'Smells like Teen Spirit'
Red Hot Chili Peppers 'Under The Bridge'
Leftfield 'Open Up'

2000's

Amy Winehouse 'Back To Black'
Muse ' Black Hole'
Kings Of Leon 'Sex On Fire'
Arcade Fire 'Wake Up

Re: Mega Favourite Song Poll

Posted: Sun Jan 28, 2018 1:29 pm
by Sandra
60's

Rolling Stones 'Paint It Black
Four Tops 'If I Were A Carpenter'
Marvin Gaye 'I Heard It Through The Grapevine'
Rolling Stones 'Gimme Shelter

70's

Simon & Garfunkel 'Bridge Over Troubled Water'
Don McLean 'American Pie'
Clash 'London Calling'
Marvin Gaye 'Lets Get It On'

80's

Stranglers 'Golden Brown'
U2 'New Year's Day'
Dire Straits 'Brothers In Arms'
Smiths 'How Soon Is Now'

90's

Manics Street Preachers 'If You Tolerate This'
Nirvana 'Smells like Teen Spirit'
Red Hot Chili Peppers 'Under The Bridge'
No Doubt 'Don't Speak'

2000's

Amy Winehouse 'Back to Black'
Muse ' Black Hole'
Kings Of Leon 'Sex On Fire'
Adele 'Someone Like You'

Re: The start of something big - Anyone can participate

Posted: Sun Jan 28, 2018 3:16 pm
by Mrs64
Mrs64 wrote:
2000's

Take That - Rule The World
Just heard Rule the World on the radio, what a great song.

Sad to see this one eliminated although many of the fellas on here are not going to vote for Take That :(

Re: Mega Favourite Song Poll Quarter-Finals - VOTE NOW

Posted: Sun Jan 28, 2018 3:35 pm
by faaip
I hate songs loaded with cliche...always have doesn't usually matter who performs it. There are exceptions but they'd normally need some great instrumental work, inspired production/arrangement or just such a good voice it doesn't matter. Take That have none of the above imo

sorry...

if it were literature it'd be Mills and Boon.

Re: Mega Favourite Song Poll Quarter-Finals - VOTE NOW

Posted: Sun Jan 28, 2018 5:15 pm
by liggy
faaip wrote:I hate songs loaded with cliche...always have doesn't usually matter who performs it. There are exceptions but they'd normally need some great instrumental work, inspired production/arrangement or just such a good voice it doesn't matter. Take That have none of the above imo
sorry...

if it were literature it'd be Mills and Boon.

TBF Howard is a good dancer tho :roll:

Re: Mega Favourite Song Poll Quarter-Finals - VOTE NOW

Posted: Sun Jan 28, 2018 5:45 pm
by faaip
Howard who?

Re: Mega Favourite Song Poll Quarter-Finals - VOTE NOW

Posted: Sun Jan 28, 2018 6:25 pm
by hector
Duck?

Re: The start of something big - Anyone can participate

Posted: Sun Jan 28, 2018 6:36 pm
by 1964white
Mrs64 wrote:Just heard Rule the World on the radio, what a great song.

Sad to see this one eliminated although many of the fellas on here are not going to vote for Take That :(
Great pop song, their best imo!

Re: Mega Favourite Song Poll Quarter-Finals - VOTE NOW

Posted: Sun Jan 28, 2018 6:38 pm
by 1964white
hector wrote:Duck?
I'm not ducking :lol:

Pork for dinner tonight :food:

Re: Mega Favourite Song Poll Quarter-Finals - VOTE NOW

Posted: Sun Jan 28, 2018 6:43 pm
by hector
I have only had porridge today.... got a nasty absess in my tooth, and have been taking pink smarties every 4 hours and paracetamol every 4 hours too.... Been in pain since 0230 this morning, and have dentist appt tomorrow at 1000, hope the bugger will prescribe better pain killers, I can switch pain off anywhere in the body, except my head..........

Re: Mega Favourite Song Poll Quarter-Finals - VOTE NOW

Posted: Sun Jan 28, 2018 7:22 pm
by 1964white
hector wrote:I have only had porridge today.... got a nasty absess in my tooth, and have been taking pink smarties every 4 hours and paracetamol every 4 hours too.... Been in pain since 0230 this morning, and have dentist appt tomorrow at 1000, hope the bugger will prescribe better pain killers, I can switch pain off anywhere in the body, except my head..........
Nasty little blighters Hector

Hope you manage to sleep tonight, pain always seems worst in bed as I well know. I suspect 10am can't come round quick enough for you !

Re: Mega Favourite Song Poll

Posted: Mon Jan 29, 2018 9:12 am
by 1964white
Quarter-Finals

VOTE NOW

60's

Rolling Stones 'Paint It Black' v Kinks 'You Really Got Me'
Animals 'The House Of The Rising Sun' v Four Tops 'If I Were A Carpenter'
Marvin Gaye 'I Heard It Through The Grapevine' v Led Zeppelin 'Whole Lotta Love'
David Bowie 'Space Oddity' v Rolling Stones 'Gimme Shelter

70's

ELO 'Livin Thing' v Simon & Garfunkel 'Bridge Over Troubled Water'
Don McLean 'American Pie' v Kinks 'Lola'
Clash 'London Calling' v Lynyrd Skynyrd 'Freebird'
Marvin Gaye 'Lets Get It On' v Pink Floyd 'Another Brick In The Wall'

80's

Stranglers 'Always The Sun' v Stranglers 'Golden Brown'
U2 'New Year's Day' v Queen 'Another One Bites The Dust'
Pixies 'Where Is My Mind' v Dire Straits 'Brothers In Arms'
Smiths 'How Soon Is Now' v Ultravox 'Vienna'

90's

Manics Street Preachers 'If You Tolerate This' v Counting Crows 'Round Here'
Nirvana 'Smells like Teen Spirit' v Sinead O'Connor 'Nothing Compares To You'
Portishead 'Roads' v Red Hot Chili Peppers 'Under The Bridge'
No Doubt 'Don't Speak' v Leftfield 'Open Up'

2000's

Amy Winehouse 'Back To Black' v Amy Winehouse 'I'm No Good'
Arcade Fire 'Keep the Car Running' v Muse ' Black Hole'
Kings Of Leon 'Sex On Fire' v Arctic Monkeys 'Mardy Bum'
Arcade Fire 'Wake Up' v Adele 'Someone Like You'

Re: Mega Favourite Song Poll Quarter-Finals - Cjay, John, Liggy, Norfolk,Swan,1304 TO VOTE

Posted: Mon Jan 29, 2018 9:31 am
by NorfolkWhite
60's

Rolling Stones 'Paint It Black'
Animals 'The House Of The Rising Sun'
Led Zeppelin 'Whole Lotta Love'
David Bowie 'Space Oddity'

70's

ELO 'Livin Thing'
Kinks 'Lola'
Clash 'London Calling'
Pink Floyd 'Another Brick In The Wall'

80's

Stranglers 'Golden Brown'
U2 'New Year's Day'
Pixies 'Where Is My Mind'
Smiths 'How Soon Is Now'

90's

Counting Crows 'Round Here'
Nirvana 'Smells like Teen Spirit'
Red Hot Chili Peppers 'Under The Bridge'
Leftfield 'Open Up'

2000's

Amy Winehouse 'I'm No Good'
Arcade Fire 'Keep the Car Running'
Arctic Monkeys 'Mardy Bum'
Arcade Fire 'Wake Up'

Re: Mega Favourite Song Poll

Posted: Mon Jan 29, 2018 10:32 am
by 1964white
Quarter-Finals

VOTE NOW

60's

Rolling Stones 'Paint It Black' v Kinks 'You Really Got Me'
Animals 'The House Of The Rising Sun' v Four Tops 'If I Were A Carpenter'
Marvin Gaye 'I Heard It Through The Grapevine' v Led Zeppelin 'Whole Lotta Love'
David Bowie 'Space Oddity' v Rolling Stones 'Gimme Shelter

70's

ELO 'Livin Thing' v Simon & Garfunkel 'Bridge Over Troubled Water'
Don McLean 'American Pie' v Kinks 'Lola'
Clash 'London Calling' v Lynyrd Skynyrd 'Freebird'
Marvin Gaye 'Lets Get It On' v Pink Floyd 'Another Brick In The Wall'

80's

Stranglers 'Always The Sun' v Stranglers 'Golden Brown'
U2 'New Year's Day' v Queen 'Another One Bites The Dust'
Pixies 'Where Is My Mind' v Dire Straits 'Brothers In Arms'
Smiths 'How Soon Is Now' v Ultravox 'Vienna'

90's

Manics Street Preachers 'If You Tolerate This' v Counting Crows 'Round Here'
Nirvana 'Smells like Teen Spirit' v Sinead O'Connor 'Nothing Compares To You'
Portishead 'Roads' v Red Hot Chili Peppers 'Under The Bridge'
No Doubt 'Don't Speak' v Leftfield 'Open Up'

2000's

Amy Winehouse 'Back To Black' v Amy Winehouse 'I'm No Good'
Arcade Fire 'Keep the Car Running' v Muse ' Black Hole'
Kings Of Leon 'Sex On Fire' v Arctic Monkeys 'Mardy Bum'
Arcade Fire 'Wake Up' v Adele 'Someone Like You'

Re: The start of something big - Anyone can participate

Posted: Mon Jan 29, 2018 10:45 am
by NorfolkWhite
1964white wrote:Great pop song, their best imo!
Not a lot to beat :lol:

Re: The start of something big - Anyone can participate

Posted: Mon Jan 29, 2018 11:02 am
by 1964white
NorfolkWhite wrote:Not a lot to beat :lol:
I enjoy good pop music along with many other genres so that song is not irritating to me Norfolk

My love for music in general probably goes back to my toddler days when i would continuously tap my feet to the jazz/rock 'n' roll scene of the 50's, then experiencing the Mersey sound, watching TOTP (when it was great) & listening to Radio Caroline & Radio Luxembourg was the roots/grounding for my musical tastes.

I consider myself a lucky man for all my Music/Leeds United/Sporting experiences over the last seven decades :-D

Re: The start of something big - Anyone can participate

Posted: Mon Jan 29, 2018 11:37 am
by NorfolkWhite
1964white wrote:I enjoy good pop music along with many other genres so that song is not irritating to me Norfolk

My love for music in general probably goes back to my toddler days when i would continuously tap my feet to the jazz/rock 'n' roll scene of the 50's, then experiencing the Mersey sound, watching TOTP (when it was great) & listening to Radio Caroline & Radio Luxembourg was the roots/grounding for my musical tastes.

I consider myself a lucky man for all my Music/Leeds United/Sporting experiences over the last seven decades :-D
That's the great thing about music there's plenty for everyone. My first real experiences of music I wanted to listen to rather than having been played by my parents was borrowing punk singles by The Exploited, Dead Kennedys, Disorder etc from my mates cool older brother, desperately wanted to be a punk but my mum wouldn't let me :lol: Even got myself a paper round so I could start buying records!

Re: The start of something big - Anyone can participate

Posted: Mon Jan 29, 2018 12:43 pm
by 1964white
NorfolkWhite wrote:That's the great thing about music there's plenty for everyone. My first real experiences of music I wanted to listen to rather than having been played by my parents was borrowing punk singles by The Exploited, Dead Kennedys, Disorder etc from my mates cool older brother, desperately wanted to be a punk but my mum wouldn't let me :lol: Even got myself a paper round so I could start buying records!
:roflmao: :roflmao:

I also had a paper round for many years, that & the small amount of pocket-money from my parents gave me the opportunity to buy singles & attend Leeds United games, two pleasures that I've continued to persue upto the present day :-D