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  • The Talking Heads had more influence on popular music than VH and all 70s/80s metal..

    ..bands combined
    HCGJ Hyperbolic Race Traitor of the Year 2008






    Originally Posted by Captain Scully


    wayne vinson was sitting in seat 18c crying like a bitch.

    i had to carry that softy out under my arm. if times got desperate he was going to be our raft.

    he was wanting to store a bogner shiva in the coat closet. i later ate my lunch off that overpriced piece of **************** while i was sitting on the tail fin waiting for the rescue boats.










    Originally Posted by mattoverb


    omg I just noticed this thread has a vampire.

  • #2
    And?
    Originally Posted by tiger roach


    NORWEGIAN motherf**ker DO YOU SPEAK IT?

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    • #3
      And yet, I still haven't a bit of use for them.
      My MYSPACE Page

      My Soundclick Page

      My YouTube Stuff

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      • #4
        True, but not really a fair comparison.
        Brian

        "it aint nothin' but a jam"
        -Jimi Hendrix 10-10-68

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        • #5
          6 pages. well maybe not anymore. but back in the day....wheww

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          • #6
            And David Byrne was inspired by Al Green.
            Originally Posted by Son of HuHefner


            Bush squandered $9 billion a month in Iraq just for lolz.









            Originally Posted by Gallus


            I have been told that I am the epitome of charm.

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            • #7
              I heard about African Soukous music and the phenomenal guitar player, Diblo Dibala through Talking Heads. They copped that style, but also advertised their influences in interviews at the time.

              They along with Peter Gabriel are probably responsible for expanding the market for so-called world music.

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              • #8
                I heard about African Soukous music and the phenomenal guitar player, Diblo Dibala through Talking Heads. They copped that style, but also advertised their influences in interviews at the time.

                They along with Peter Gabriel are probably responsible for expanding the market for so-called world music.

                And Paul Simon w/Graceland.

                Re. the OP, nah. I just think you like 'em more than VH & all 70s/80s metal bands combined. Which is OK.

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                • #9
                  And Paul Simon w/Graceland.


                  that was a slightly different style influenced by another end of that continent - but good stuff also

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                  • #10

                    Re. the OP, nah. I just think you like 'em more than VH & all 70s/80s metal bands combined. Which is OK.


                    Correct

                    This aint no fooling around
                    A l'eau; c'est l'heure

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                    • #11
                      They along with Peter Gabriel are probably responsible for expanding the market for so-called world music.

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                      • #12
                        What exactly was their influence?

                        They were a cool band, and I'm not really disagreeing, just kinda of

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                        • #13

                          Re. the OP, nah. I just think you like 'em more than VH & all 70s/80s metal bands combined. Which is OK.


                          Yup.

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                          • #14
                            6 pages. well maybe not anymore. but back in the day....wheww


                            I think we may have had at least one thread with this exact title back then.

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                            • #15
                              The Talking Heads had more influence on popular music than VH and all 70s/80s metal bands combined.


                              Maybe. Not sure if that was a good thing, tho...

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