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Fairground Attraction - What's Wrong With The World?
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MCR

Fairground Attraction - What's Wrong With The World? 3 Weeks, 1 Day ago  
 
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Green Man

Re:Fairground Attraction - What's Wrong With The World? 3 Weeks, 1 Day ago  
What a dirge. I was told by a record dealer that Eddi Reader, talks more about politics on stage than she does singing.
 
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Teddy Weeder

Re:Fairground Attraction - What's Wrong With The World? 3 Weeks ago  
The chorus of Perfect has the same chord progression as the verse of this new track. Intentional, I imagine...
 
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Green Man

Re:Fairground Attraction - What's Wrong With The World? 3 Weeks ago  
Teddy Weeder wrote:
The chorus of Perfect has the same chord progression as the verse of this new track. Intentional, I imagine...

That was a dirge also.
 
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robbiex

Re:Fairground Attraction - What's Wrong With The World? 3 Weeks ago  
The difference between this and Perfect, is that Perfect has a great hook and this doesn't. They dress and sound exactly like they did in 1989, they're just 35 years older. With these 80s and 70s groups people just want to hear the old hits, they will have a limited following outside the 80s nostalgia circuit.
 
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Green Man

Re:Fairground Attraction - What's Wrong With The World? 2 Weeks, 5 Days ago  
robbiex wrote:
The difference between this and Perfect, is that Perfect has a great hook and this doesn't. They dress and sound exactly like they did in 1989, they're just 35 years older. With these 80s and 70s groups people just want to hear the old hits, they will have a limited following outside the 80s nostalgia circuit.

I don't mind if 70's or 80's release new songs or albums if they are good. A lot of them seem to stick the sounds. In the 80s a lot of bands from the 60s were regrouping and thought everyone wanted to synth pop on Yamaha in a cheap studio.
 
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