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Old 03-07-2009, 06:40 PM   #1
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Cool Class of 84 -- remember who you are . ( 80s )

Yes , do you remember ?

the greatest decade of all . The 80s ?

yet every time when the decade is mentioned In the media it is always dogged with ridicule of fashion and bad songs .

YET ------------

those who lived in those days know exactly why !

because we were the generation they ( big brother ) feared most ! --------AND STILL DO !

big brother feared us because our generation broke our bond with their ideals and began to do things for our self .

they didn't like that , and thought we would ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
fade to grey

so enjoy this walk back in time and REMEMBER WHO YOU ARE .
TURN UP THE SOUND AND BRING IT BACK INTO THE ETHA .








and we didn't , we kept coming back with our

love action





because we knew there was no stopping us



we danced , break dance , girls danced and we didn't care what they thought .to us it was all double dutch .

of course when we made our life like a holiday rap

we knew you ( big brother )--------------couldn't touch this


it didn't take an Einstein a gogo to work out your ( big brothers ) game

turning every place into a ghost town .

so again we began stepping out

realising life was just an illusion .

and they couldn't let it go could they ?

and so now we have become wild boys

and are now making the love missiles that you ( big brother ) so fear

The reason why the 80s is still ridiculed so much isn't because of the wild fashions but because we became a fashion , a fashion of thinking for our self , knowing that we didn't need leaders to tell us what to do , we didn't need their standards of war and death , our outward expressions of our inner selves through the fashion and the music , frightened them so much , not because of what they were , but what they represented .


and their fear is that "OUR" world will be run by people who want to make love


WE ARE STILL WATCHING YOU BIG BROTHER !

YOU HAVENT GOT RID OF US YET .

WE ARE THAT GENERATION ----AND WE ARE STILL HERE !

ever heard of problem reaction solution big brother ?

good because

YOU !

ARE THE PROBLEM


WE ARE THE SOLUTION !

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Old 03-07-2009, 06:51 PM   #2
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Class of 1984, Nukem High.



(Not really Nukem High)
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Old 03-07-2009, 06:53 PM   #3
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Class of 1984, Nukem High.



(Not really Nukem High)
did you listen to the songs ?

if so did you feel the freedom ?

and what we knew ?
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Old 03-07-2009, 06:57 PM   #4
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this thread has been edited because of grammatical errors .
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Old 03-07-2009, 07:37 PM   #5
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did you listen to the songs ?

if so did you feel the freedom ?

and what we knew ?
I didn't listen to all the songs but I remember the feeling of feeling, strong, wild, fresh, alive, full of energy and on the precipice of something big.

It was a great time that didn't last long enough.
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Old 03-07-2009, 09:12 PM   #6
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I didn't listen to all the songs but I remember the feeling of feeling, strong, wild, fresh, alive, full of energy and on the precipice of something big.

It was a great time that didn't last long enough.


here here !

absolutely true .
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Old 04-07-2009, 11:24 AM   #7
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Man, the eighties makes me shudder!

Apart from The Specials and the other 2 tone bands, some reggae, soul to soul, and the rise of conscious hip hop right at the cusp of the 90s, I don't even like to think about it.

I think the Sixties was the best decade for music and it's still the yardstick. but even the 60s had a certain amount of drivel (so I'm told, I'm not that old, lol)

By the way- a rhetorical question: apart from George Orwell using '84 in one of his books, what's this got to do with microchipping an' stuff?

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Old 04-07-2009, 11:31 AM   #8
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The early eighties were good for music IMHO, I don't know about the rest of the decade.
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Old 04-07-2009, 02:14 PM   #9
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I didn't listen to all the songs but I remember the feeling of feeling, strong, wild, fresh, alive, full of energy and on the precipice of something big.

It was a great time that didn't last long enough.
my sentiments exactly

the eighties is also the embodiment of the craze for money too though, remember the Yuppies and the Dinkies. Dinkies did my fucking head in. It was all about style and pose and get rich quick.

and in the face of that Harry Enfields 'loadsa money' flew just right, taking the pi$$

but yeah, a great era for breaking the mold, fantastic music and the vibe for being alive



i was a huge frankie fan, Holly Johnson just said something to me, and even tho i might not be able to say what that was their style kinda had me hooked.


loved omd too, the simpleness of this song always throws me back into that era



And the 80's wouldn't have ever been so awesome without....



Madness, music that shaped a generation.



nice memory fest

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And how could i forget....

the mighty dexters?


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I didn't listen to all the songs but I remember the feeling of feeling, strong, wild, fresh, alive, full of energy and on the precipice of something big.

It was a great time that didn't last long enough.
There was a positive energy everywhere. I don't know even how to explain it. People was optimistic and happy, no matter what problems they had, the shitty political situation or the high unemployment. Also there was a lot of creativity everywhere. There were a lot of spontaneus or organized demonstrations of young people, against the war or the politicians, in the country I come from.
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Nostalgia


Word..


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you and me both Armoured Amazon .

people have put some great songs here too .

the idea in the 80s was to break the mold .

the 50s gave birth to "The Teenager" through Rock n Roll and Rocka Billy .

the 60s gave birth to things like Mods , Rockers and of course The hippy .

70s we saw the the Skin heads / punks .

but the 80s , now that was hiphop , new romantics , and yes the Yppy and the Dinky , yet a large majority of the idea was to "Break the mold" .

when the 80s went , the molds were set again in the mid 90s .

people went back to sleep .

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There was so much good music, thoughtful music and I was kinda disappointed somewhat after the 80's became a bit more 'corporatized', especially toward the middle of the decade onward. So much was so fresh and new and I don't think it all had to do with that we were young.

And as far as 'Madness' is concerned - yesss! Their music wasn't as popular in the States so much of their work is still new to me.
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yeah good songs here , i defo remember duel by propagander ,

that is one good song , i have their album lol
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