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Post by EmanReleipS » Wed 22. May 2019, 23:40

I have a relatively old CD (from 2002) that we listen to in the car occasionally. It's the album "Different" by Kate Ryan, a Belgian singer that makes dance music.

I believe that she became popular with this song:

Kate Ryan - Désenchantée


I also enjoy her English songs a lot:
Kate Ryan - Free Your Mind


If you enjoy this kind of music, you will like the entire album.
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Post by laboRHEinz » Thu 23. May 2019, 19:45

EmanReleipS wrote:I have a relatively old CD (from 2002)
Old? You call a 2002 CD old??

:nono:

My oldest CD is from 1985: Brothers in Arms by the Dire Straits. And this CD really is still functional :ghehe:

Gonna see the mastermind of the Dire Straits, Mark Knopfler, live very soon (June 25th in Hamburg, anyone wants to join me?):



What I like most about Knopfler aside from his almost always very positive and melodic songs would be his humble attitude: Knopfler quietly dissolved Dire Straits in 1995 and said he did not miss the global fame that came his way at the height of the band's success. "It just got too big," he revealed at the Hay Literary Festival. "If anyone can tell me one good thing about fame, I'd be very interested to hear it."

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Miauz55555 wrote:Sultans of Swing (metal cover by Leo Moracchioli feat. Mary Spender):
As you certainly know, Miauz, Sultans of Swing was Dire Straits' very first hit single in 1978 (written by Mark Knopfler of course ;) )

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Post by Gollum~*B*~AF » Fri 14. Jun 2019, 12:16

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rfoiK__gOK4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K7ya4CduR-M

Bit electronic but i love that minimal electronic "music" ;)

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Post by GLoups! » Fri 14. Jun 2019, 13:55

EmanReleipS wrote:I have a relatively old CD (from 2002) that we listen to in the car occasionally. It's the album "Different" by Kate Ryan, a Belgian singer that makes dance music.

I believe that she became popular with this song.
Well it's a remake from Mylene Farmer, pity that a party seems censored but there must be more on youtube.



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Post by EmanReleipS » Sun 16. Jun 2019, 13:12

laboRHEinz wrote:
EmanReleipS wrote:I have a relatively old CD (from 2002)
Old? You call a 2002 CD old??

:nono:
:lol: I knew some old farts would get triggered. I've had it for more than half my life, so that counts as "old". :p
GLoups! wrote:Well it's a remake from Mylene Farmer, pity that a party seems censored but there must be more on youtube.
Oh, thank you! I like that original as well, but the video is creeping me out. :(


Somehow I didn't follow up on London Grammar after getting their debut album and I'm discovering their newer songs just now. I absolutely love them as well.

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Post by -Nick- » Wed 19. Jun 2019, 19:26

London Grammar, Hannah is a proper singer :thumbup:


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Re: MusicBox

Post by -Nick- » Wed 26. Jun 2019, 18:47

Harmony.