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Old 09-20-2010, 01:43 AM   #4226
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was reminiscing about the US Festival and these guys came up.

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was reminiscing about the US Festival and these guys came up.
Man, I was not a fan of that band at all....but the skimpy outfits she wore in the videos made them worth watching (every 15 minutes they showed up on MTV in '82 anyways).

You mentioned the US Festival, did you go by chance?
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Old 09-26-2010, 07:47 PM   #4233
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Old 09-27-2010, 02:17 AM   #4234
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Old 09-27-2010, 11:12 AM   #4235
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Man, I was not a fan of that band at all....but the skimpy outfits she wore in the videos made them worth watching (every 15 minutes they showed up on MTV in '82 anyways).

You mentioned the US Festival, did you go by chance?
1983. Saturday and Sunday, though I was a metalhead so Saturday turned out to be a major eye opener for a guy who thought the only viable ear candy at the time was metal! Boingo, INXS, and The Clash blew me away. Of course, on Sunday, yours truly was a pig in slop, in spite of Van Halen's dowright embarrassing performance...lol.

Triumph, Priest, and the Scorpions were unbelievable.

As for Missing Persons, they have always been a guilty pleasure. I like the tempo and the guitar sound. Dale was just 'different' enough to keep me listening and the little outfits kept a hormone laden teenage dude interested for sure. Did you go to Us?
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Old 09-27-2010, 11:39 PM   #4236
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1983. Saturday and Sunday, though I was a metalhead so Saturday turned out to be a major eye opener for a guy who thought the only viable ear candy at the time was metal! Boingo, INXS, and The Clash blew me away. Of course, on Sunday, yours truly was a pig in slop, in spite of Van Halen's dowright embarrassing performance...lol.

Triumph, Priest, and the Scorpions were unbelievable.

As for Missing Persons, they have always been a guilty pleasure. I like the tempo and the guitar sound. Dale was just 'different' enough to keep me listening and the little outfits kept a hormone laden teenage dude interested for sure. Did you go to Us?
Nah, I was fresh outta high school and so broke at the time...there was no way I could travel cross country for that, no matter how much I wanted to.

I remember somehow stumbling across VH1's rebroadcast of the performances this summer and then following up on youtube for the rest. Great stuff from a largely forgotton music festival. That was The Clash's final performance w/ Mick Jones BTW...you're so lucky to have seen that....Goddamn, I miss Joe Strummer

Yeah, I wasn't a fan at all but, Bozio's skimpy outfits is what I remember most about Missing Persons. Her husband on drums was an ex-Zappa guy who definitely had great drumming chops, but did his best to hide them. It all smacked of a cash grab to me, but there were far worse things on the landscape at that time, so....

I think it was the "Words" video that had most of us late teen/early 20's guys with our wangs in our hand goin'.......

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Nah, I was fresh outta high school and so broke at the time...there was no way I could travel cross country for that, no matter how much I wanted to.

I remember somehow stumbling across VH1's rebroadcast of the performances this summer and then following up on youtube for the rest. Great stuff from a largely forgotton music festival. That was The Clash's final performance w/ Mick Jones BTW...you're so lucky to have seen that....Goddamn, I miss Joe Strummer

Yeah, I wasn't a fan at all but, Bozio's skimpy outfits is what I remember most about Missing Persons. Her husband on drums was an ex-Zappa guy who definitely had great drumming chops, but did his best to hide them. It all smacked of a cash grab to me, but there were far worse things on the landscape at that time, so....

I think it was the "Words" video that had most of us late teen/early 20's guys with our wangs in our hand goin'.......

She kinda looks like Paul Stanley with teets...
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Old 09-30-2010, 06:57 PM   #4240
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Definitely ... it's similar to Suavecito in many ways. I've always liked Latino influences in pop music. These next couple are top-notch. really top notch hip=hop numbers:
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Old 10-04-2010, 08:18 AM   #4244
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Just checked these guys out for the 15th time. New CD is kickin'. If you dig Traditional Irish with a spot of contemporary arrangement, Lunasa is the group. I love how the guitar is essentially percussive in this music.







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Sounds like Town and Country era Humble Pie. Loved the way Marriot sang then.

But damn, is he high.
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The tune is from the "Eat It" record.

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Yep.

Definitely looks like he has availed himself of a not inconsiderable quantity of Peruvian Love Dust in this video.
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