Indeed Admirator they were slightly weird or a bunch of oddballs from the music scene of the late 70s!
Very influential Kraftwerk, and by all means i'd say the pioneers of electronic music, that probably the likes of Joy Division and New Order and other bands that followed in their footsteps were heavily influenced by the band
As a result, the song that rocked the UK and without a doubt most successful was the classic 1978 track 'The Model' spine-tingling track. I remember that one doing very well in the UK at the time
Good grief Thomas has got some hidden talents from that performance, the ability to do things in a lively and enthusiastic way that attracts the attention to perform 'a vibrant and affecting performance'
And what a voice!!
On a side-note, Thomas reminded me of 'Eric Draven (The Crow) the rock musician'
I'm incompatible with that kind of music, but he is good! In the first part he reminded me a little bit of Michael Jackson's ways and the second reminded me a little of AC DCs .
the classic 1978 track 'The Model'
And here it is:
But from Kraftwerk, the one i liked most is the Autobahn 1974:
Although, i have a better, more vibrant version of this in an MP3. You know, only Germany has roads without any speed limit, the Autobahns. But in my country, due to inadequate police presence and outdated-film based speed cameras, under some circumstances you can turn a highway into Autobahn. This changes though. I did it myself more than couple of times. It is stupid, i know, but as John Connor said, we humans sometimes do stupid things. I had to see if all my horses were alive and with 225km/h(140mph) on the speedometer, i guess they were... Still stupid thing to do... To the Sweetest Terminator in the Verse..., Summtris (game), Twitter
But since Summer's birthday is coming, i promised having a good time/party songs. Terrorvision are an English rock band. They were formed in 1987 (originally as The Spoilt Bratz) in Keighley and the song today is: Tequila late 1998
Bamboo was a short-lived British house production act formed by producer Andrew Livingstone, formerly of Hed Boys (with Dave Lee/Joey Negro). It had a #2 hit in the UK Singles Chart with "Bamboogie" in 1998, which was based on a sample from the KC and the Sunshine Band song "Get Down Tonight".
I loved the old cartoons that was compiled to blend in with the video, absolutely wicked
Absolutely, smart and nice video-clip choice for this nice song !
Dune is a German electronic music group. The band took its name from the Dune series of science fiction novels by Frank Herbert. It is the same band that made "i can't stop raving" in 1995. In 1996 they did "Hand in hand":
Unfortunately it is not complete. There is a complete version, but without the video clip:
Yes they don't. So much energy and rhythm and everything , like this one:
2 Fabiola is a Belgian Electronic group, formed in 1991 by Pat Krimson (Patrick Claesen) and Zohra. Mistake... 2 Unlimited is a dance project founded in 1991 by Belgian producers Jean-Paul DeCoster and Phil Wilde and fronted by Dutch rapper Ray Slijngaard and Dutch vocalist Anita Doth. To the Sweetest Terminator in the Verse..., Summtris (game), Twitter
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