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Share: A Favorite Almost New Wave Mixtape

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Share: A Favorite Almost New Wave Mixtape

Postby ame01999 » Mon Sep 19, 2016 6:12 pm

A leading up to the eighties mix, on the dark side:

Cluster - Hollywood - 1974
Kraftwerk - Kohoutek - Kometenmelodie - (1973 Version)
Throbbing Gristle - Hot on the Heels of Love
Duet Emmo - Or So It Seems - 1983
Robert Rental - Double Heart - 1980
Thomas Leer - Private Plane
Xymox - No Words (demo)
Young Marble Giants - Choci Loni (demo)
Cluster and Eno - Schone Hande
Depeche Mode - Reason Man (Bridgehouse, London, 1980)
New Order - Decades (soundcheck, London, 1981)
The Normal + Robert Rental - Live at West Runton Pavilion 1979
Jane - It's a Fine Day

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Re: Share: A Favorite Almost New Wave Mixtape

Postby PaulMartin » Sat Jul 29, 2017 12:31 am

I do recollect the, Everybody Wants to Rule the World single turning out and being stirred by it, yet I had never observed Tear. I don't dissent, however they began as new wave, when they ended up plainly known they were simply standard pop. It was simply music that played on the radio at the time. It resembles years from now finding that can someone do my dissertation is a piece of some particular music kind.
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Re: Share: A Favorite Almost New Wave Mixtape

Postby ronaldthomas » Mon Aug 07, 2017 12:24 am

Everyone wants to rule the world, the only one will be stirred by it, but I have never seen tears. I am not objected, but they start as a new wave when they are finished knowing that they are simply standard pop music. At that time the radio was playing only music. From now on it is like a part of do my dissertation for me a particular piece of music.
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