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  1. #373
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    Re: Favorite songs from the 1990s

    I just miss seeing shows without a thousand cell phones up filming everything. Put the phone down and enjoy the music.

    Anyone going to Blue Ridge Rock Fest in Danville, VA? A fucking great lineup, not all 90s by any means but some good pre-2000 bands. Megadeth, Bush, Anthrax, Cypress Hill, Limp Bizkit, to name a few.

    https://blueridgerockfest.com/lineup/
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    Re: Favorite songs from the 1990s

    Quote Originally Posted by Laxdad24 View Post
    No other band like the Tres Amigos. Just good music.

    I weep for today’s generation. They will never get to see real musicians play live.

    Hopefully Dusty got to Chicago before Jesus left.


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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pN69GC2amTg

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UvoyWlnvVxw
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    Re: Favorite songs from the 1990s

    You get me Blue! Lol.


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    Re: Favorite songs from the 1990s

    Yeah it's real tough to hear about Dusty. Sadly all the greats are going to the performance center in the sky. Lot of great songs but I don't know why I always just loved this song lol.



    Course I loved theleggy ones too.
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    Re: Favorite songs from the 1990s

    Quote Originally Posted by Willbacker View Post
    Yeah it's real tough to hear about Dusty. Sadly all the greats are going to the performance center in the sky. Lot of great songs but I don't know why I always just loved this song lol.



    Course I loved theleggy ones too.
    I had not heard that song in a long time. I do remember the video.





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    Re: Favorite songs from the 1990s

    Quote Originally Posted by Laxdad24 View Post
    I weep for today’s generation. They will never get to see real musicians play live.

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    Think the lockdowns will last that long?

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    Re: Favorite songs from the 1990s

    Quote Originally Posted by Ortizer View Post
    Think the lockdowns will last that long?

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    Nah …just “today’s” music isn’t real. Lots of Auto-Tune and electric, computer music. Guys like ZZ Top that actual play are rare.


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    Re: Favorite songs from the 1990s

    Quote Originally Posted by Laxdad24 View Post
    Nah …just “today’s” music isn’t real. Lots of Auto-Tune and electric, computer music. Guys like ZZ Top that actual play are rare.


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    Re: Favorite songs from the 1990s

    Quote Originally Posted by Laxdad24 View Post
    Nah …just “today’s” music isn’t real. Lots of Auto-Tune and electric, computer music. Guys like ZZ Top that actual play are rare.


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    Yeah, maybe, but I......... Spied a little thing and I followed her all night
    In a funky fine Levis and her sweater's kind of tight
    She had a west coast strut that was as sweet as molasses
    But what really knocked me out was her cheap sunglasses..... oh yeah!!
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    Re: Favorite songs from the 1990s

    Quote Originally Posted by blueridgemtnman View Post
    Yeah, maybe, but I......... Spied a little thing and I followed her all night
    In a funky fine Levis and her sweater's kind of tight
    She had a west coast strut that was as sweet as molasses
    But what really knocked me out was her cheap sunglasses..... oh yeah!!
    My Man…..” how how how”.


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    Re: Favorite songs from the 1990s

    Quote Originally Posted by Laxdad24 View Post
    Nah …just “today’s” music isn’t real. Lots of Auto-Tune and electric, computer music. Guys like ZZ Top that actual play are rare.


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    Maybe in the pop scene. There are still some pretty talented rock bands out there.

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    Re: Favorite songs from the 1990s

    Quote Originally Posted by Laxdad24 View Post
    Nah …just “today’s” music isn’t real. Lots of Auto-Tune and electric, computer music. Guys like ZZ Top that actual play are rare.


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    You're looking in the wrong places my friend. The rock scene and all it's sub-genre are still very alive and kicking.

    Here's a band with IMO the best modern metal drummer out there today (might not like the vocals but the musicianship is top notch). The intro will kick your ass. I saw this played live a couple years ago and had an out of body experience (the weed might have helped that).

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