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« Reply #15 on: July 23, 2008, 08:39:32 AM »

It's cool that you have an eclectic music taste too.  Not many people would admit to listening to ABBA. 

ABBA were brilliant pop songwriters/performers at their best.  They have influenced so many musicians over the years in so many different genres that it's really quite impressive.

My co-workers are extremely perplexed when they're thumbing through my CD case at work (I'm a data/policy processor so I get to listen to CD's all day which is great),   as I've got ABBA right next to AC/DC, Asia next to Anthrax, Black Sabbath next to The Beatles, Toni Braxton next to David Bowie, Bob Dylan next to Duran Duran, Iron Maiden next to Janet Jackson & Slayer next to Paul Simon just to give a taste of how wide ranging my musical taste is.  I also keep jazz, some classical and even classic country like Patsy Cline and Johnny Cash in my case.
I agree with you about ABBA. I don't mind listening to them.  It's just that most people (that I know at least) would never admit to actually having them in their collection in 2008.  And Johnny Cash is awesome.
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« Reply #16 on: July 23, 2008, 11:17:17 AM »

I always bring a selection of C.Ds to work with me to listen to on the bus. It helps to drown out the sound of inane chatter and exaggerated coughs. At the moment I mostly tend to prefer punk, new wave or britpop compilation albums. I always bring Oasis's greatest hits, both Killers albums and U2's most recent best of disc.
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« Reply #17 on: July 23, 2008, 07:43:22 PM »

I always bring a selection of C.Ds to work with me to listen to on the bus. It helps to drown out the sound of inane chatter and exaggerated coughs. At the moment I mostly tend to prefer punk, new wave or britpop compilation albums. I always bring Oasis's greatest hits, both Killers albums and U2's most recent best of disc.
The Killers are always a good way to go.  U2 as well.  I usually take some cd's to work if I work a night shift, and generally bring a Killers cd.
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« Reply #18 on: July 23, 2008, 09:13:12 PM »

I agree with you about ABBA. I don't mind listening to them.  It's just that most people (that I know at least) would never admit to actually having them in their collection in 2008.  And Johnny Cash is awesome.

I know quite a few people where I live that admit to liking them. Heck, on Conan O'Brien a few nights ago, Senator John McCain said that ABBA was one of his favorite bands.

I've got ABBA Gold and More ABBA Gold, which is really all you need to pick up by them.
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