- Song that defined your youth?
Listening to the radio tonight, a song came on, heard it countless times before, know it word for word.
But, at 46, I had this realisation that it was *the* song that made me start to really appreciate music.
Run to the Hills, Iron Maiden.
Weird how all of a sudden the realisation came to me.Posted 4 years agojohn_drummerMember
NMA – No Rest. I was 20 when this came out & I’d been following them for over 2 years already. Their one & only UK top 30 hit record
you can watch it if you want, but you don’t have to:
I was at their gig in Leeds last week. They still do this one. sometimesPosted 4 years agoboxelderSubscriber
First ‘song’ that made me realise that music could affect your mood (big brother bought the 7″)
The first track I thought no home should be without:
This ‘rebooted’ my musical tastes for a while:
Saw The Smiths in ’86 and then the South Bank Show not long after – the first (and possibly last) time I’ve mourned the collapse of a band:Posted 4 years ago
Amazing coincidence. I opened this thread and, as I read the opening line from jondoh, my Windows Media Player (on shuffle with c.1000+ songs) started playing ‘Run to the Hills’Posted 4 years ago
Shiver down the spine
No particular song, but about 1982 – ‘Number of the Beast'(The Prisoner), ‘Back in Black’ and the Friday Rock Show.CountZeroMember
I was aware of songs from when I was small, Freight Train, by Nancy Whisky, was a song that I always remember hearing on the radio, but the album that totally changed my perspective of what music could sound like was one I borrowed from a classmate, because I’d never seen a cover like it, and the very first track was like nothing I’d ever heard before, and still sounds unlike anything else from 1969:
King Crimson In The Court Of The Crimson King, and 21st Century Schizoid ManPosted 4 years ago
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