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    D'Train--- You are the one for me (1985)

    The ulimtate Electro-funk track!

    Description:In 1985, Paul Hardcastle released a remixed version of James D-Train William's 1982 track "You're The One For Me". In the same year, Hardcastle & Williams did this great performance at Top Of The Pops

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    Tomorrow - "My White Bicycle"


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    Paul Hardcastle ---- Nineteen

    In 1965 Vietnam seemed like just another foreign war,
    but it wasn't.
    It was different in many ways, as so were those that did the fighting.
    In World War II the average age of the combat soldier was 26...
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    Quote Originally Posted by nemo View Post
    I listen to everything that has a link.

    I appreciate you weirdos and your weirdo tastes in music.

    Always good to be exposed to something new.
    What do you think of Verse?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBeatGoesOn View Post
    What do you think of Verse?
    To my untrained ears with regards to Hardcore/Punk music, they sound surprisingly melodic to me. Usually I find Hardcore kind of overwhelming (in a good way), but the songs on their myspace seemed kind of tame.

    But then again, the only Hardcore I'm ever exposed to is when I stumble along with one of my friends to a show in Seattle or Vancouver (Akimbo, Botch, etc. are popular here). I'm not sure if the Pacific NW scene is just different, or if the live music is just more intense and non-melodic, lol.

    But I could definitely see myself listening to them, if I was in the mood.

    I generally listen to very little of that kind of music, but I do have a thing for Jazzcore and bands like Nomeansno, Painkiller, and The Plot to Blow Up the Eiffel Tower (Dissertation, Honey is an amazing f'king album -- download it, now).

    Dissertation, Honey The Plot to Blow Up the Eiffel Tower &ndash; Listen free at Last.fm
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    That video reminds me of this one:

    YouTube - Benny Benassi Who's Your Daddy
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    Quote Originally Posted by nemo View Post
    To my untrained ears with regards to Hardcore/Punk music, they sound surprisingly melodic to me. Usually I find Hardcore kind of overwhelming (in a good way), but the songs on their myspace seemed kind of tame.

    But then again, the only Hardcore I'm ever exposed to is when I stumble along with one of my friends to a show in Seattle or Vancouver (Akimbo, Botch, etc. are popular here). I'm not sure if the Pacific NW scene is just different, or if the live music is just more intense and non-melodic, lol.

    But I could definitely see myself listening to them, if I was in the mood.

    I generally listen to very little of that kind of music, but I do have a thing for Jazzcore and bands like Nomeansno, Painkiller, and The Plot to Blow Up the Eiffel Tower (Dissertation, Honey is an amazing f'king album -- download it, now).

    Dissertation, Honey &#226;€“ The Plot to Blow Up the Eiffel Tower &ndash; Listen free at Last.fm
    Cool! Verse is very melodic. That's my favorite style of hardcore. There are some pretty reputable melodic hardcore bands in the Pacific Northwest - Blue Monday, Champion (probably being the most popular), Go It Alone, Betrayed, Sinking Ships, Shook ones and I know there's more. All the same style of hardcore. You have probably just been exposed to heavier and more metal influenced hardcore. All variations exist.

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    As for jazzcore... Have you listened to old Candiria? You should try to check their albums out. Not enough on these myspaces really.

    here

    and here

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