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L Ron Hubbard's jazz ensemble

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there is a bang of 'majority world music that the english speaking middle class has just discovered' about it (not a reflection of the artist, more the audience) - but this is pretty cool:

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Weller and co sounding remarkably like a Dr Feelgood cover band

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Micro Quiz-m is a pun on Microcosm
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The first Maiden EP 7" or tape of the same


I love this page from Sounds 1979. IronMaiden are in the heavy metal chart with their demo tape. Also of note is the 1950s Rock and Roll chart, the UK revival picking up steam. 20240424_182755.jpg Screenshot_20240424_182643_com.twitter.android.jpg
 
Maiden,Priest,Nugent,Gillan,Samson,Scorpions,UFO,Sabbath,AC/DC,Heart
Even Meatloaf
No way you would get a run that good these days.
 
Maiden,Priest,Nugent,Gillan,Samson,Scorpions,UFO,Sabbath,AC/DC,Heart
Even Meatloaf
No way you would get a run that good these days.
Styx though - twice!
The end of the 1970s / early 80's was best ever era for popular music - in UK at least.
Look at the top 30 in the chart on that page.
Smash Hits was more left field then than NME in last few decades. It was only a short step from charts to the popular independent scene of Pop Group, Discharge, Venom, Tank, Crass, Throbbing Gristle, Cabaret Voltaire etc.
 

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