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Discussion in 'Fred's Barcalounge' started by Bertotti, Mar 1, 2021.
I made it to 37 seconds. Did I win?
Nope, I got to 45 seconds by sheer strength of will. That was truly awful. I will never get those 45 seconds back.
Yes, they could cover the Velvet Underground
They were a Guild group, but if I keep looking, I bet a Gretsch pops up!
HAHAHAHA I knew some girls who loved them. I totally got it and the fashion! Wow, but the point is as much as I complain about modern music there were some real winners, sarcasm for the uninitiated into to midwestern slang, in the past as well. I did listen to them when they popped on and didn't switch channels but I never bought any of it.
I made it to 1:27. Do I get a prize, or at least therapy?
I didn't love it but didn't hate it, either. Better than Death Metal at least.
Am I missing something?
This is actually a bit of all right.
I’ll take this over a lot of the stuff posted here.
It isn't bad but not purchase-worthy for me. I was more hit by the fashion and such that was so '80s. Just a crazy flashback.
Wasn’t there also a 80s band called Strawberry Alarm Clock??
Um... go back a bit further-- like 1967... With Ed King (later of Lynyrd Skynyrd).
And I never had a problem with Strawberry Switchblade... I've heard much worse "music" made since then.
I remember that song and at least we got cowbell!
I was thinking these guys... another “Clock” but definitely 80’s
I was more of Lene Lovich guy back then.
Everybody thought she was from Czechoslovakia or something. No internet back then. Turns out she was from Michigan. Ha! She had a string of "almost" hits up thru about '87 or so. Sorry the video cuts off the end - wtf!
And then there was Nina Hagen, who was in a class of bats--t crazy all by herself... She still is...
Something here reminded me of this....
The Heimatdamisch: Highway to Hell (AC/DC) - YouTube
I just about remember seeing Strawberry Switchblade on this all dayer back in 1984!!
I know Rosee MacDowell from collaborations with Current 93 and Death in June. Quite different to the synth pop of Strawberry Switchblade.