The New Wave/Post-Punk/80s Alternative Thread

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  1. zenith2134

    zenith2134 Addicted Member

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    Right now its Cabaret Voltaire's "Micro-Phonies" on CD. :music:

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  2. Sansui Louie

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    Today's spin list:

    Stiv Bators - Disconnected
    The Boomtown Rats - The Fine Art of Surfacing
     
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  3. liquidluvr

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    Big Audio Dynamite ~ This is Big Audio Dynamite
    The Psychedelic Furs ~ Mirror Moves
     
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    Bauhaus - 1979 -1983
     
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    XTC - Oranges and Lemons

    Strange Advance - Worlds Away
     
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    Great album :thmbsp:
     

     

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    Chameleons - Script Of The Bridge

    Kitchens Of Distinction - Strange Free World
     
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    Blondie - Autoamerican
    Blondie - Eat to the Beat
    Blondie - Parallel Lines
    Blondie - Best of Blondie
     
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  9. zenith2134

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    Thanks Sansui Louie! I have all those Blondie albums on vinyl (except the best of, which I have on CD). Huge Blondie fan here:yes:
     
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    Next up :Flash and the Pan - Early Morning Wake-up Call :thmbsp::music:
     
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    Depeche Mode: Black Celebration
    Depeche Mode: Music for the Masses :music:
     

     

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    kangatoy Crazy as a Loon

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    Blancmange : Mangetout
     
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    The Church - Remote Luxury

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    Picked this up a couple weeks ago at a thrift. Great album!

    uriah
     
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    The Fixx : Shuttered Room
     
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    Some people have all the luck! :yes:
     

     

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  17. Kptn Howdie

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    oh how i miss the 80`s, when metal blossomed and new wave hit the charts.
    i`ve been on a new wave listening binge this month, my fav this week is Trans X: living on video
     
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    That Trans-X track is also one of my favorites!!!!

    Right now, Its Seven and the Ragged Tiger by Duran Duran

    Later, something by the Housemartins.
     
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    How about the "Singles - 45's and under" by the group The Squeeze
     
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    :thmbsp: Squeeze is a great group. Some favorites I spin from time to time: Argybargy, Babylon and On, Cool for Cats, and the self titled from 77 or 78.
     

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