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Music Of My Youth Thread

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Nick Brooke, Sep 6, 2011.

  1. Ok so i wanna see what two pieces of music reminds you of your youth so no you cannot post something from todays music unless your aged 1.

    It would be interesting to see what people listened to in their teenage years but what i would also like is for people to actualy listen to each persons music because you may find you like it, give it a chance and listen all through the songs.

    Rules: 1 song that has some go in it ie: something to dance to maybe and 1 song that is a love song you liked. Must be on You Tube or easy to view here.

    This should be interesting if you do it right and who knows we may find a gem or two in there we did not know before.

    Ok ill start, remember now i am old: remember give them a chance if you dont know them.

    Number 1, Dance.



    number 2 Love Song


    Post Yours lets Have Some Fun
     
  2. Erik Tveit

    Erik Tveit
    I can haz cookie?

    Euhm, music from my era is the same as it's today! Unfair! :frown:
     
  3. then post it
     
  4. Erik Tveit

    Erik Tveit
    I can haz cookie?

    I've no idea what songs it was in my youth, cuz I still haven't started it properly.. :wink:
     
  5. Ehrlec Ah i know both of them well mate, good stuff
     
  6. Unfortunately I was born on the era where the music died completely (the 90s for those who were wondering), with the new pop culture growing out. However, here are some songs of my childhood which I remember.

    Lou Bega - Mambo No. 5


    Boyzone - Pictures Of You


    And yep, as well. :)

    Lots of them in fact, But unfortunately, I may have forgotten some or most of them. :(
     
  7. Like Resi, I was born in the 90s, so most of the music from my "youth" is pretty sucky. However, many of the songs are stuck in my memory and remind me of my childhood.

    As silly as these songs sound to me now, they give me nostalgia attacks. :tongue:



     
  8. These songs are from before my time but my dad played them in the car often(cassette tape) so they are stuck in my head forever...



     
  9. I am still building my music of my youth list, because I am still young and its not that long ago I stopped listening to stupid things and started with rock and melodic metal (five years maybe). Still, my very first band I listened to was Lordi, which I saw in TV when they were in Eurovision. It was impulse to start thinking about those crap I was listening that time.



    Yes, its now controversial even for me, but still, my heart stuff. From then I listened to tens of another bands.





    These days I am going backwards and love to listen oldies. Rock from 70s, 80s and 90s. But not just rock, I love rock n roll, jazz or Boney M!







    So, my list isnt done yet... But I am going to remember this music for rest of my life, no doubt about that :)
     
  10. Hiroshi Awazu

    Hiroshi Awazu
    Off Topic Moderator

    Heres a start, i'll add to it as i remember.










    This one sounded really good in a car with good audio system(used to have a boom system)




















     
  11. Kashmir before there breakthrough

    Kashmir from there breakthrough

    Kashmir when they became famous in the rest of the world :)


    and danish band Dizzy Mizz Lizzy-Silverflame :D
     


  12. I loved all the music from Heroes of Might and Magic, especially 2. And I loved that I could put the game's CD into the hi-fi and play the music:) I often did that when I was 12-14. And I loved the game too. Unfortunately, believe it or not, Heroes 2 was stolen from me when I was 16:( (some burglars stole it from the appartment my father and my elder sister rented at Budapest, along with a Windows 98 CD and a PC. The irony is that they had 8(!!!) locks on the door, and the burglars came in through the balcony... They were on the 2nd floor.

    Before that I just listened what my elder sister or my parents listened to. +1 to Coco Jumbo:) (though I didn't understand much (almost nothing) from english songs back then:))
     
  13. Hiroshi Awazu

    Hiroshi Awazu
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    I like some of the music from Rocky.







    To this day i still listen to all this




    Lets not let this thread fade away this thread is just as good as any other music related threads on this site!

    @Nick Brooke I'm sorry i didn't see "the only two" . i saw the thread, got excited and went fubar with it . No more from me.