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I still have all the lyrics memorized to the songs on The Rocky Horror Picture Show soundtrack 'cuz I was a RHPS nut 20 years ago.

Just finished watching that yesterday, and I loved it! Tim Curry looks amazing!

Do you still go to the midnight theater showings?


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I actually have a whole 2 CD set of guilty pleasures. Witness thou:

Doobie Bros - What a Fool Believes
David Bowie - Blue Jean
Roger Daltrey - Free Me
Robbie Dupree - Steal Away
Godley & Creme - Cry
Roxy Music - Same old Scene
Bob Seger - Her Strut
ELO - Livin' Thing
Rod Stewart - Handbags and Gladrags
Rod Stewart - You Wear it Well
Styx - Suite Madame Blue
Little River Band - Reminiscing
Level 42 - Something about You
George Benson - Breezin'
10cc - The Things We Do for Love
Alan Parsons Project - Games People Play
Alan Parsons Project - Eye in the Sky
Stevie Wonder - I Wish

(disc two coming sooon!)

(ok, not all of these are "guilty" pleasures, but what the hey)

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Benny Andersson , Anders Glenmark,Karin Glenmark,Björn Ulveaus

This is another guilty pleasure (pss...dont tell Lumpy)


:mrgreen: yeah, you should feel very guilty about liking anything they've done... 8)

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Oooo, Magician's Birthday. Good one.
Did you ever get that afro rake surgically removed from your hair? :wink:

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LOL... yeah,now it's in a jar under the bed.

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I actually have a whole 2 CD set of guilty pleasures. Witness thou:

Doobie Bros - What a Fool Believes
David Bowie - Blue Jean
Roger Daltrey - Free Me
Robbie Dupree - Steal Away
Godley & Creme - Cry
Roxy Music - Same old Scene
Bob Seger - Her Strut
ELO - Livin' Thing
Rod Stewart - Handbags and Gladrags
Rod Stewart - You Wear it Well
Styx - Suite Madame Blue
Little River Band - Reminiscing
Level 42 - Something about You
George Benson - Breezin'
10cc - The Things We Do for Love
Alan Parsons Project - Games People Play
Alan Parsons Project - Eye in the Sky
Stevie Wonder - I Wish

(disc two coming sooon!)

(ok, not all of these are "guilty" pleasures, but what the hey)


I have a lot of those songs on my ipod, feets hehe. Hell, i'd blast them loud in my car too - top choices! 8)

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aspy_2nd_bunch wrote:
feetlightup wrote:
I actually have a whole 2 CD set of guilty pleasures. Witness thou:

Doobie Bros - What a Fool Believes
David Bowie - Blue Jean
Roger Daltrey - Free Me
Robbie Dupree - Steal Away
Godley & Creme - Cry
Roxy Music - Same old Scene
Bob Seger - Her Strut
ELO - Livin' Thing
Rod Stewart - Handbags and Gladrags
Rod Stewart - You Wear it Well
Styx - Suite Madame Blue
Little River Band - Reminiscing
Level 42 - Something about You
George Benson - Breezin'
10cc - The Things We Do for Love
Alan Parsons Project - Games People Play
Alan Parsons Project - Eye in the Sky
Stevie Wonder - I Wish

(disc two coming sooon!)

(ok, not all of these are "guilty" pleasures, but what the hey)


I have a lot of those songs on my ipod, feets hehe. Hell, i'd blast them loud in my car too - top choices! 8)


somehow that doesn't surprise me aspo... but then again you're a special breed. :wink:

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I've added these 3 CDs to my work commute playlist this coming week.

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feetlightup wrote:
I actually have a whole 2 CD set of guilty pleasures. Witness thou:

Doobie Bros - What a Fool Believes
David Bowie - Blue Jean
Roger Daltrey - Free Me
Robbie Dupree - Steal Away
Godley & Creme - Cry
Roxy Music - Same old Scene
Bob Seger - Her Strut
ELO - Livin' Thing
Rod Stewart - Handbags and Gladrags
Rod Stewart - You Wear it Well
Styx - Suite Madame Blue
Little River Band - Reminiscing
Level 42 - Something about You
George Benson - Breezin'
10cc - The Things We Do for Love
Alan Parsons Project - Games People Play
Alan Parsons Project - Eye in the Sky
Stevie Wonder - I Wish

(disc two coming sooon!)

(ok, not all of these are "guilty" pleasures, but what the hey)


Here's Disc Two - gets a little harder here

Plan 9 - That's Life
Belle and Sebastian - The Boy with the Arab Strap
Creedence - Ramble Tamble
Blind Faith - Had to Cry Today
Steve Winwood - Valarie
Psychedelic Furs - The Ghost in You
Alan Parsons Project - Time
Steve Hackett feat. Richie Havens - How Can I?
David Bowie - Modern Love
Eagles - I Can't Tell you Why
Black Sabbath - The Mob Rules
Kansas - Carry on Wayward Son
Little Feat - Easy to Slip
Chambers Brothers - Time Has Come Today

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Mine is the amount of pleasure I get from this site for no input : :) Well, you can't help good luck!
Some of the humour is priceless, the access to all the Frank stuff is an absolute treasure, and then there are the random unexpected joys, to whit:

poem courtesy of Galoot Co-Log-Nuh

they come with girls who bite and buck
who cannot read and cannot write
who laugh like they would fall apart
and masturbate with dynamite

the boys i mean are not refined
they cannot chat of that and this
they do not give a fart for art
they kill like you would take a piss

they speak whatever's on their mind
they do whatever's in their pants
the boys i mean are not refined
they shake the mountains when they dance

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feetlightup wrote:
aspy_2nd_bunch wrote:
feetlightup wrote:
I actually have a whole 2 CD set of guilty pleasures. Witness thou:

Doobie Bros - What a Fool Believes
David Bowie - Blue Jean
Roger Daltrey - Free Me
Robbie Dupree - Steal Away
Godley & Creme - Cry
Roxy Music - Same old Scene
Bob Seger - Her Strut
ELO - Livin' Thing
Rod Stewart - Handbags and Gladrags
Rod Stewart - You Wear it Well
Styx - Suite Madame Blue
Little River Band - Reminiscing
Level 42 - Something about You
George Benson - Breezin'
10cc - The Things We Do for Love
Alan Parsons Project - Games People Play
Alan Parsons Project - Eye in the Sky
Stevie Wonder - I Wish

(disc two coming sooon!)

(ok, not all of these are "guilty" pleasures, but what the hey)


I have a lot of those songs on my ipod, feets hehe. Hell, i'd blast them loud in my car too - top choices! 8)


somehow that doesn't surprise me aspo... but then again you're a special breed. :wink:


Thanks for the nice words! We do have great taste, guilty pleasures or not! Hehe. 8)

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Wow i like a lot of those Breezin is great , I like Gabor Szabo's recoding the best he wrote it.

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feetlightup wrote:
I actually have a whole 2 CD set of guilty pleasures. Witness thou:

David Bowie - Blue Jean
Roger Daltrey - Free Me
ELO - Livin' Thing
Little River Band - Reminiscing
10cc - The Things We Do for Love


feetlightup wrote:
Here's Disc Two - gets a little harder here

David Bowie - Modern Love
Eagles - I Can't Tell you Why
Black Sabbath - The Mob Rules
Kansas - Carry on Wayward Son

All great songs.


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Jakeobs wrote:
feetlightup wrote:
I actually have a whole 2 CD set of guilty pleasures. Witness thou:

David Bowie - Blue Jean
Roger Daltrey - Free Me
ELO - Livin' Thing
Little River Band - Reminiscing
10cc - The Things We Do for Love


feetlightup wrote:
Here's Disc Two - gets a little harder here

David Bowie - Modern Love
Eagles - I Can't Tell you Why
Black Sabbath - The Mob Rules
Kansas - Carry on Wayward Son

All great songs.


Thanks, I think so too. Just listened to that CD today. "Free Me" is a genuine lost rock classic.
Sorry about my cheeky comment on the Bad Brains album a couple of days ago. I was feeling kinda cheeky at the time. 8)

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feetlightup wrote:
Jakeobs wrote:
feetlightup wrote:
I actually have a whole 2 CD set of guilty pleasures. Witness thou:

David Bowie - Blue Jean
Roger Daltrey - Free Me
ELO - Livin' Thing
Little River Band - Reminiscing
10cc - The Things We Do for Love


feetlightup wrote:
Here's Disc Two - gets a little harder here

David Bowie - Modern Love
Eagles - I Can't Tell you Why
Black Sabbath - The Mob Rules
Kansas - Carry on Wayward Son

All great songs.


Thanks, I think so too. Just listened to that CD today. "Free Me" is a genuine lost rock classic.
Sorry about my cheeky comment on the Bad Brains album a couple of days ago. I was feeling kinda cheeky at the time. 8)

A friend of mine in high school let me borrow the McVicar soundtrack around the time that I'd become a big time Who fan. There's a few other great songs on that soundtrack as well. The very last song is my favorite. In fact, now that I think about it, I need to buy that soundtrack. Thanks for reminding me.

That's totally cool about the Bad Brains comment. I don't think I Against I is a favorite among most BB diehards. To be perfectly honest, that's the only BB album I've ever heard in it's entirety, so I don't know any better! :oops:


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I'm not sure if it can be claimed as a guilty pleasure, but I have a live concert by Rockpile that I love.

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I'm not sure if it can be claimed as a guilty pleasure, but I have a live concert by Rockpile that I love.


I saw rockpile in stockholm. I am pretty sure it was 1979.

the concert was a great pleasure and I have never felt guilty about it. 8)

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How imbarraskin. The album is called "Believe" and the two songs I crank up in the car are "The Power" and "Dov' e l'Amore".

Reminds me of the commercial for a car that has voice activated music - two dudes - the owner shows his buddy how he can say the artist and the tune and it plays, and his buddy says some whimpy ass pussy song and it plays. The owner of the car quickly says a cool song, and his buddy gives him a "look".

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BBP wrote:
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I still have all the lyrics memorized to the songs on The Rocky Horror Picture Show soundtrack 'cuz I was a RHPS nut 20 years ago.

Just finished watching that yesterday, and I loved it! Tim Curry looks amazing!


Always been a Rocky Horror fan. Shock Treatment is pretty good, too. 8)

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I still have all the lyrics memorized to the songs on The Rocky Horror Picture Show soundtrack 'cuz I was a RHPS nut 20 years ago.

Just finished watching that yesterday, and I loved it! Tim Curry looks amazing!


Always been a Rocky Horror fan. Shock Treatment is pretty good, too. 8)

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The soundtrack is, not the movie so much (then again, neither is Rocky Horror). I actually heard the soundtrack to Shock Treatment and saw that movie before Rocky Horror.


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somtimes......... i dunno ........a little disco ..... :oops:

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