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Riptide
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It could be the mucis or fashion wise too. Although I'm die hard 80's, the past few years or so I have been interested in the music and fashions of the 60's I guess which were my parents generation. Just seem to like the Beehive haircuts, the Swinging London vibe, the Beatles/Stones and all the other great 60's bands.
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The 60's and 70's, where the greatest horror films came from [Big Grin]
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I feel the 70s was the best decade ever for music
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The 60s & 70s were the greatest decades for music.

I'd have to go with the 70s though, simply because I love Progressive Rock.

Queen, Genesis, King Crimson, Yes, Rush, Kansas.

How can any other decade compare to that?

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The 70's and 80's are IT for me! The 60's had some cool stuff too! And the early 90's weren't too bad!
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I would have to say the 90s. I am currently collecting music from that decade. Yesterday I bought a Euphoria CD.
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i love the 50's, 60's(the most nxt to the 80's)70's, and randomly like 17 and 1800's lol
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The 90s would probably be my fave. Nothin wrong with the 80s as its a fave too but the 90s are where my best memories lie and I came of age......
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The 40s Big Band and my favorite Swing  -

and 50s music and cars  - have a lot of appeal both socially, and, musically.

The 70s  - were really fun when I was a kid.

[ 22. June 2009, 14:00: Message edited by: jdocster McFly you Irish bug ]

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The 90s...I was in college and it was a great time. I love music from the 90s.
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Exactly petty. The 90s to me were what the 70s were to my parents......
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Yeah, I'd have to say I like the whole look of the 50's too.

Disliked the 90's for the most part. Both personally and fashionwise and a lot of the music and TV, ack.

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Som good Brit pop happening in the mid 90's though.
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I didn't care for grunge, and, the death of Heavy Metal and Hair Bands. Never could understand why going around with greasy hair and dirty clothes was appealing to anyone. Grunge sucked for me. Also, this is when all of the sound-alike bands started. Honestly, how many bands are out there now that sound like ten other bands? They are everywhere. Same vocals, same sound, can't tell most of them apart.


I don`t believe what I`m seeing. Where you been all your lives? An orgy? Listening to Mick Jagger music and bad mouthing your country I bet.
--"An Officer and a Gentleman"

[Big Grin]

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I also love the 820's, 1160's and the first decade of 5000 BC. A lot of cool fashion and music happening back then. [Big Grin]
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Sure was [Big Grin]
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