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Remember the good old days of Glam Rock?

 
SuperEgo
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Remember the good old days of Glam Rock?
Just watching a video of Roxy Music, live
at Musikladen, 1973 - wow, the best early eno footage youīre ever going to see!
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10/07/2005 11:54 PM
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Yes, I do! Sebastian Bach, what a fuckinī hunk.
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10/07/2005 11:56 PM
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Yes, I do! Sebastian Bach, what a fuckin´ hunk.

thatīs no glam rock you idiot.
how old are you?
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10/07/2005 11:58 PM
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No I donīt im too young, but I like 70īs music than any other decade, and thatīs saying something.

ACDC, Deep Purple, Rainbow, Sabbath, Queen.. Canīt live without them.
All the young dudes
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hint: glam rockers wore eyeliner kat...
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10/08/2005 12:06 AM
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No I don´t im too young

you seem to be a little confused.

are you on drugs?
are you drunk?
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10/08/2005 12:12 AM
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you seem to be a little confused.

are you on drugs?
are you drunk?

Now you certainly have me confused, I was just fine, thankyou.
I say too young because I wasnīt there to remember glam rock. I was trying to be appreciative of the times, thatīs all.
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10/08/2005 12:16 AM
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i didnīt listen to the radio for a long time during those unfortunate times when glam rock was alive and well. sebastian bach was a glam rocker by the way. just like poison and faster pussy cat etc. all of whom sucked ass by the way. no offense intended.
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10/08/2005 12:18 AM
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Sebastian Bach looked like Glam rock to me ....LOL....that is for sure. Wasnt glam rock kind of gay though ? looked gay.
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10/08/2005 12:19 AM
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Poison and Faster Pussycat and all those suckpill losers were NOT glam rockers. They were HAIR BANDS. Glam rock is from the 70s. Ziggy Stardust, Mott the Hoople, Queen, that kinda thing.
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10/08/2005 12:20 AM
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there was a glam rocker named sebastian bach too...
Dr Strange nli
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10/08/2005 12:21 AM
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Gay is Gay 8613 it all looks gay to me
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10/08/2005 12:23 AM
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"it all looks gay to me"

Canīt argue with that, just pointing out to the young īuns that glam rock existed before lame-ass talent-free hair bands.
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10/08/2005 12:24 AM
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I personally think a lot of those rockers are gay ..at least bi .
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10/08/2005 12:29 AM
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Eno certainly acts/looks like what might be considered gay. Remember the film about glam with Ewan McGregor (canīt remember the title) - that was all about Roxy Music, Bowie, Eno, Reed, etc.

Of course, I was only 6 at the time. Retro avant garde for me.
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10/08/2005 12:32 AM
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velvet goldmine. good flick.
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10/08/2005 12:36 AM
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Iīm thinking Funkadelic & KISS.....

Those were the days!

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10/08/2005 12:27 PM
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looooove Roxy Music

slave to love..mm.mmmm
slave to love
andy thomas
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10/08/2005 12:46 PM
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plus... the singer in roxy music... name was īfairyī...

lol

i had their live tape from a show in sf... īin every dream home a heartache,ī ībogus man,ī īboth ends burningī... etc... great tape!
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Slave to Love

Youīre running with me
Donīt touch the ground
weīre restless hearted
not chained and bound

The sky is burning
A sea of flame

Tho your world is changing
I will be the same

Slave to Love
Slave to love


No, I canīt escape
Iīm a slave to love: hi:
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Those were the days. Thank goodness, through all itīs campiness, we that grew up in that era had something all our own and not the rehashes. No wonder rap and hip hop is so popular. At least itīs original.
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10/22/2005 01:41 AM
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I really liked the long haired guys in tights and leather boots. This flannel generation is boring.....LOL
"You can't eat a cupcake with cloven hooves"
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10/22/2005 02:13 AM
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iīve never been to a concert
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Glam killed the good Metal in North America, the hairspray and spandex made headbangers like me cringe and puke, all the posers and mainstream turned Metal into a circus of ridicule.

I resent this terribly that we (North America) used to be cool and had a thriving scene of Metal talent. Now itīs all rap shit garbage and techno rubbish, pop crap and other mindless,useless dribble not worth a mention.

You look at Europe, South America, Japan the Metal scene rules and has for many many years,Their not about jumping on every little queer fad that comes around. And I know I build drum kits for a living and a large portion of our customers are overseas, with some exceptions here in N.A.

Its slowly starting to get back but theres alot of catching up to do. Long live Metal.
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Some of the guys I knew from Chicago were into the glam-rock jive. I liked Bowie, and Hoople; they were a good band even before all the young dudes. New York Dolls was one helluvan album. Buncha pukes in drag on the cover. Mick Ronsonīs slaughter on 10th Ave was a good record.

From about 74 on; Rock sucked, big time. There was really nothing for a Texas boy to listen to but Country. Could never get into Queen, Boston, Rafferty, Velvet Underground and/or Lou Reed. I mean, walk on the wild side? Oh get real.

Rock was the pits until Neil Young put out Rust Never Sleeps.

Oh, punk rock was okay; but tame. Had the promise of violence, but all show no Altamont.

Still enjoy hearing Sufragette City
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The Big Three - T Rex, Slade and Sweet!!!!!




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10/22/2005 10:03 PM
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Roxy Music is one of my all-time favorites. I have all of their albums and solo efforts.

Saw them on their first American tour at Cobo Hall in Detroit ( Early´72?) and have been a fan ever since, even catching them in Chicago on their reunion tour.

The line-up for the concert was an odd combination: Dave Mason, Roxy Music and the headliners... Humble Pie! ("We go ´ome on Monday. It´s really been a gas this time. Really been a gas.") Choice seats were around... six bucks.

The lights went out. Eno´s VCO3 synthesizer came on droning and bubbling while a Brit´s voice kept repeating "Elevation number 23" over and over for what seemed a minute in total darkness. Then the lights came back on and they went through the all (or most of) the first LP tracks; Remake/Remodel, Virginia Plain, etc.

I was, frankly, blow away by them.

Of course, the strawberry mescaline was exceptionally good that night, as well...

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