But if you wanna hear a REALLY hardcore chick band... check out BWP!!!
I loved this song too, one of these guys later went on to be in Morrissey's band. Strange, small music world.
Probably one of the most loving nods to Bowie, ever:
And speaking of Bowie. Definitely not 80s, but a
"deep cut" for sure:
God I miss the days when MTV actually played music.
I'm so bummed my VHS of Superrock died. That was
the greatest music show EVER. Slayer, right next to
De La Soul, with crazy Italian 70s gangster flics
mixed in. Truly a TV classic that is apparently
lost for all time. 'Tis a shame.
Here's one of my favorites. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xh-5FI21s6M
By the way....KISS ROCKS!
The 80s was the worst deckade lol
So happy I don't have to relive that :laugh2:
Music, movies and clothing in the 80s was atrocious lol
There was this businessman who was getting ready to go on a long
business trip. He knew his wife was a flirtatious sort, so he
thought he'd try to get her something to keep her occupied while
he was gone, because he didn't much like the idea of her
screwing someone else. So he went to a store that sold sex toys
and started looking around. He thought about a life-sized sex
doll, but that was too close to another man for him.
He was browsing through the dildos, looking for something
special to please his wife, and started talking to the old man
behind the counter. He explained his situation. The old man
said, "Well, I don't really know of anything that will do the
trick. We have vibrating dildos, special attachments, and so on,
but I don't know of anything that will keep her occupied for
weeks, except -- " and he stopped.
"Except what?" the man asked.
"C'mon, tell me! I need something!"
"Well, sir, I don't usually mention this, but there is the
"So what's up with this magic dildo?" he asked.
The old man reached under the counter, and pulled out an old
wooden box, carved with strange symbols. He opened it, and there
lay a very ordinary-looking dildo. The businessman laughed, and
said "Big ****ing deal. It looks like every other dildo in this
The old man replied, "But you haven't seen what it'll do yet."
He pointed to a door and said "magic dildo, the door." The
voodoo dick rose out of its box, darted over to the door, and
started screwing the keyhole. The whole door shook with the
vibrations, and a crack developed down the middle. Before the
door could split, the old man said "magic dildo, get back in
your box!" The voodoo dick stopped, floated back to the box and
lay there, quiescent once more.
"I'll take it!" said the businessman.
The old man resisted, saying it wasn't for sale, but he finally
surrendered to $700 in cash. The guy took it home to his wife,
told her it was a special dildo and that to use it, all she had
to do was say "magic dildo, my vajayjay." He left for his trip
satisfied that things would be fine while he was gone.
After he'd been gone a few days, the wife was unbearably horny.
She thought of several people who would willingly satisfy her,
but then she remembered the magic dildo. She got it out, and
said "magic dildo, my vajayjay!" The voodoo dick shot to her crotch
and started pumping. It was great, like nothing she'd ever
experienced before. After three orgasms, she decided she'd had
enough, and tried to pull it out, but it was stuck in her, still
thrusting. She tried and tried to get it out, but nothing
worked. Her husband had forgot to tell her how to shut it off.
So she decided to go to the hospital to see if they could help.
She put her clothes on, got in the car and started to drive to
the hospital, quivering with every thrust of the dildo. On the
way, another orgasm nearly made her swerve off the road, and she
was pulled over by a policeman. He asked for her license, and
then asked how much she'd had to drink.
Gasping and twitching, she explained that she hadn't been
drinking, but that a magic dildo was stuck in her *****, and
wouldn't stop screwing. The officer looked at her for a second,
and then said "Yea, right. Magic dildo, my a s s
Have you heard Pretty Maids do Hard Luck woman?
In regards to elton john I prefer his tribute to Lenon from the 80s but all his 70s stuff was his best
No disrespect BW, but I have a hard time getting that,I enjoy good music.
there is no time frame for a good song, the 50s till now have amazing examples of excellent song writing..some of the sounds are very dated to an era but that doesnt change the skillfullness of the song writing.
I like clasical,instrumentals,country,Rock R and B,heavy metal, punk, post punk, emo,a good song is a good song.
Kiss hit me pretty hard back in the mid-70's. I can still remember saving up the cash to buy Alive and Alive II, and carefully opening up the albums so all the Kiss Army freebies wouldn't get lost or damaged.
Just a great, great band. Outside of Ray Guy, maybe the most egregious HoF omission in history.
Just too good.