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You're into indie and britpop? Dig it! Dig the banner, too. Thanks for the making me notice the britpop group. I just joined it - 'tis my first... Yeah, I do like how Marijne growls...


Thanks. I just recently joined vox.com.... so everything is new to me. I just posted a picture of my DVD collection - among them some good music DVDs, so maybe I will post some rare videos sometime.

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Thanks for the invite guys. 1994 was a splendid year for music, and Salad's 'Drink The Elixir' was a fabulous single (might have been '95). Britpop threw up plenty of half-baked crap but there's just enough good stuff to warrant some kind of nostalgia. I think it was the phenomenon as much as the music itself that people got swept up in. Personally it felt like a second teenage (the first being circa punk). I've still got piles of old NMEs and Melody Makers from those days. I read elsewhere in this group that someone described the present day NME as the musical equivalent of the Sun. I remember when it was the musical equivalent of the Guardian, and almost as big and flappy!

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