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Just gone back to an old "heavy rotation" of mine from 1994 Front Line Assembly - Millenium album, a perfect mix of guitars and electronics. These days it blasts my ears through the compressed world of an mp3. talk about progress :|

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okey I love this song... and I love this band since... uhm 5 years now... next november they are going on a tour through Germany, and they had a raffle, 5 people would win: their newest album, 2 posters and 2 TOURtickets. Guess what? I WON, I WON, I WON!!!!

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ABBA - the arrival album, wonderful pop from my native country, this album has been on loop for most of my car travels today, it was made 3 years before I was born and yet I always relate to this, pop in the most perfect form :)

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^ Yup. Try a couple of songs first then decide, the brass gives it an interesting.twist.

In addition to the progressive bands I mentioned earlier, I've tried a couple of releases by Prince. Purple Rain is really great! Prince is such an interesting character.

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I have everything released by Prince. Very inventive, always delivers the goods. MPLS sounds from 2009 is worthy of a listen, a true return to form and a hark back to the purple rain / around the world in a day / sign O the times era's.Some of his more "jazz" influenced releases in the mid 00's are worth a listen to as is the crystal ball 4 CD set. One nite alone is a really good album too. And if you can find one nite alone "live" then you will be in for a treat ;) infact almost everything he has released is worth the listen. :)

 

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So true Boltbait - Nothing compares to you was indeed a prince song and originally performed (semi) accapella by a protogee band of his called the family on the 1985 album of the same name released on his "paisley park" record label ;) Infact on the prince B-sides / singles album there is a jazz styled live version by prince (no way close to Sineads version of course)

I do not want what I havn't got is indeed a great album. And yes Welshblue, he is now currently known again as prince :lol:

 

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The first one, for anyone who doesn't like rock, sort of sounds like pop or something after the 45 second mark.

The second one - I'll just give a warning that it's about exactly what the title makes it sound like, for those with younger ears around.

After that, I'll be listening to this:

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