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All right, the old rawk critic in me has been poked with a couple sharp sticks: On U2...I really enjoy them, a lot. Can't defend them, whoever calls them inconsistent lightweights is probably correct. For some odd reason, I dig them. Mea Culpa. Loved Achtung and Zooropa.

Pink Floyd, however, I feel is mostly overwrought palaver. Nataku is on to something though: Earlier stuff is more interesting until Syd left and it became a giant circle jerk until Waters couldn't even stand himself anymore.

I also feel that when PEter Green left Fleetwood Mac, they stunk thereafter, too, and few people in the USA even KNOW they existed before Buckingham-Nicks era. Engage (heh) stirpot.gif
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Considering I feel like I'm in a music thread now, I went ahead and took it upon myself to make a brand new thread for all you guys. No need to thank me, really, but hopefully we can see some thrift clothes talk (or just talk about clothes in general) in the coming posts

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/296685/music-you-like-and-dont-like/0_100

 

 

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Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post

Considering I feel like I'm in a music thread now, I went ahead and took it upon myself to make a brand new thread for all you guys. No need to thank me, really, but hopefully we can see some thrift clothes talk (or just talk about clothes in general) in the coming posts

http://www.styleforum.net/t/296685/music-you-like-and-dont-like/0_100


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That's the great thing about this thread is the tangents it takes (remember the guns and who packs?). This was bound to happen with people talking about vintage concert shirts over the w/e. Plus my finds have been so pedestrian (sans the two pans of Air Jordan's now on eBay) it's nice to be able to post something.
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Nataku is on to something though: Earlier stuff is more interesting until Syd left and it became a giant circle jerk until Waters couldn't even stand himself anymore.
I also feel that when PEter Green left Fleetwood Mac, they stunk thereafter, too, and few people in the USA even KNOW they existed before Buckingham-Nicks era. Engage (heh) stirpot.gif

Gonna squeeze my last bit on input on this:

Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac is amazing stuff. Straight up British blues rock. Their first self-titled LP from 1968 and their second "Then Play On" from 1969 are must-hears.
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That's the great thing about this thread is the tangents it takes (remember the guns and who packs?). This was bound to happen with people talking about vintage concert shirts over the w/e. Plus my finds have been so pedestrian (sans the two pans of Air Jordan's now on eBay) it's nice to be able to post something.

Well, where do you stand on (or in) Stuart McGuire shoes?
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It appears Noobizor's having issues. HA



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Im listening about them thar Versnacchi's.
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Damn Google Chrome, has shut down 3 times now.................

 

earlier posted a Ted Lapidus sweater, at another store, found a great Ted Lapidus made in France sport coat, 10 on a scale of 10 for condition, mint, POW pattern with burgundy overcheck, 2btn single vent 4.5 lapels, BALLER,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,SIZE 36

 

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Surely not "SF Approved" (whatever that means), but I like my Tori Richard Aloha shirts... Picked another one up today for $3 (half price on the blue tags at Savers). It's from the Kaanapali golf course... Best one I've found yet. And it's sure to see some use next time I'm in Hawaii, and next time I'm in Santa Cruz in warm weather...

 

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