Post by Emperor Cupcake on Apr 3, 2008 22:54:15 GMT -5
Yeah, New Kids on the Block were a little after my time (whenever my time was...). I was a huge Duran Duran freak back in the early '80's, though. I'm not embarrassed about that -- actually I still think their first two albums were pretty good.
I know I can't be the only one with embarassing musical skeletons in their closet. I'm not talking a bad song you inexplicably like. I mean something on par with New Kids. Like being a Rush fan or something.
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Post by Hugh Beaumont on Apr 5, 2008 15:52:49 GMT -5
Nothing wrong with a little Duran Duran.
My early, early nostalgia is pretty decent. I grew up with the likes of Paul Simon, Bruce Springsteen, the Beatles, Peter Gabriel... Not bad. My more recent nostalgia consists of Weezer and the Pixies, which is also pretty formidable. No regrets.
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Post by kisskicker99 on May 11, 2008 15:42:37 GMT -5
Replying to an ancient topic (O.o) I had to be a child of 90s and live my "tween" years suffering through Hanson and Spice Girls. I guess the Spice Girls are still tolerable in a cheesy way, I haven't bought the Greatest Hits CD/DVD yet. The first two albums were great, but the third was craptacular, the girls were feeding into the Destiny's Child-fueled millennium sound that was popular at the time.