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Searched and nothing came up. If i missed it i apologize in advance.

I was surfing youtube last night and i came across Fairground by Simply Red, and upon listening to it, was taken back to my childhood years of first discovering music. I did a bit more searching and also came up with I ran (So far away) by A Flock of Seagulls.

So anyone else got some awesome 80's nostalgia inducing music to share
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#5
under the bridge by rhcp always takes me back to my elementary school carpool. It seemed like that song and boy band hits were all over the radio back then
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Day after day, love turns gray. Like the skin on a dying man.

I, feel

Cold as a razor blade
Tight as a tourniquet
Dry as a funeral drum


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Steam ID: Fiesal

Check out my band!
#9
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I'm Blue dabadee dabadai, dabadee dabadai...


The lyrics are 'I'm blue, If I was green I Would Die If iwas green i would die' i think, (upon reading the lyrics). Although i went through my child hood thinking the same lyrics as you haah
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#11
Every time I hear "Home Song" by Converge it reminds me of when I was in 8th grade.
It changed my mind about Metal music and such.

edit:

I guess I'll hop on the "youtube link" bandwagon.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4klumgb2NqY
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#14
Boards of Canada!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yT0gRc2c2wQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dM2ZIWUJVGs
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lrBZeWjGjl8&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQEmaj9C6ko&feature=related

Their entire sound is based on nostalgia. Reminds me of those old 1970s science documentaries you watch in school.

XAVIEDIT: Didn't read the post closely enough. Listen to BoC anyway.
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#15
Too Young to Fall In Love - Motley Crue.
good times, good times.
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#17
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The lyrics are 'I'm blue, If I was green I Would Die If iwas green i would die' i think, (upon reading the lyrics). Although i went through my child hood thinking the same lyrics as you haah

The name of the song is Blue (Da Ba Dee). It's definitely just a bunch of nonsense, not actual words.
#18
we like to party, we like, we like to party.

edit: yeah a classic hit but^ ahaha
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Too Young to Fall In Love - Motley Crue.
good times, good times.


+1000000000000


Edit: Can't believe i didn't think of these before, but Rock your body by the Backstreet Boys, and Truly Madly Deeply by Savage Garden! So epic.
Day after day, love turns gray. Like the skin on a dying man.

I, feel

Cold as a razor blade
Tight as a tourniquet
Dry as a funeral drum


PSN: Allshalperish
Steam ID: Fiesal

Check out my band!
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#20
who let the dawgs out roooof rooof roof roof roooof
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#23
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The name of the song is Blue (Da Ba Dee). It's definitely just a bunch of nonsense, not actual words.


Actually, I'm pretty sure it's "I'm blue, I'm in need of a guy, I'm in need of a guy." You'll never be able to listen to this song in the same way after this.
#24
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Boards of Canada!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yT0gRc2c2wQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dM2ZIWUJVGs
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lrBZeWjGjl8&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQEmaj9C6ko&feature=related

Their entire sound is based on nostalgia. Reminds me of those old 1970s science documentaries you watch in school.

XAVIEDIT: Didn't read the post closely enough. Listen to BoC anyway.
Nice suggestion, but coming from someone with their entire official discography, as well as damn near 99% of their unreleased material which was leaked and made available to the public including all of their bootlegged live material (I REALLY love Boards Of Canada), here are more suggestions:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SDAglAOcqy8
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PJaGKaXecuQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rR1h9D_Ih2k

And "Sequoia". I seriously think this is the best Electronica song I've ever heard. The layering is amazing, the theme, bass line, synth lines are all beautiful:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BRp6mO4LfnU
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Quote by The Madcap
Nice suggestion, but coming from someone with their entire official discography, as well as damn near 99% of their unreleased material which was leaked and made available to the public including all of their bootlegged live material (I REALLY love Boards Of Canada), here are more suggestions:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SDAglAOcqy8
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PJaGKaXecuQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rR1h9D_Ih2k

And "Sequoia". I seriously think this is the best Electronica song I've ever heard. The layering is amazing, the theme, bass line, synth lines are all beautiful:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BRp6mO4LfnU


Mail them all to me please? :P All I've got is MHTRTC, Geogaddi, In A Beautiful Place and Trans Canada Highway. Next time I get to the record store downtown I'm definitely buying the Campfire Headphase, and hopefully I'll be able to find Twoism one of these days.

So you have all their stuff bar the pre-Twoism releases? They've never actually been made public.
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Actually, I'm pretty sure it's "I'm blue, I'm in need of a guy, I'm in need of a guy." You'll never be able to listen to this song in the same way after this.

I remember when I was twelve and my friend told me those were the lyrics. Truly nostalgic.
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Mail them all to me please? :P All I've got is MHTRTC, Geogaddi, In A Beautiful Place and Trans Canada Highway. Next time I get to the record store downtown I'm definitely buying the Campfire Headphase, and hopefully I'll be able to find Twoism one of these days.

So you have all their stuff bar the pre-Twoism releases? They've never actually been made public.
Well, not all of them are public. Old Tunes and Boc Maxima are, plus their live bootlegs. Click on this video below, and I sent a message asking the guy who uploaded this vid for a link to download all old tunes and he gave it to me. Plus he also had their live bootlegs:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W1qFOD28joY

That was easy to find. Albums before that like Hooper Bay simply are impossible for the public to get (there are a lot of fakes). I'm having a hell of a time trying to get everything available like their works under the alias Hell Interface. If you google it, it isn't hard at all to find torrents containing most of Boards Of Canada's available songs, both officially and unofficially released.

This website gives good info on which BoC albums are legit, and which are fake (Pretty much anything before their Old Tunes cassettes):

www.bocpages.org

EDIT: I found the link to their old tunes and sent it to your profile wall.
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Actually, I'm pretty sure it's "I'm blue, I'm in need of a guy, I'm in need of a guy." You'll never be able to listen to this song in the same way after this.



Yeah, I've heard that before.
#33
Quote by The Madcap
Well, not all of them are public. Old Tunes and Boc Maxima are, plus their live bootlegs. Click on this video below, and I sent a message asking the guy who uploaded this vid for a link to download all old tunes and he gave it to me. Plus he also had their live bootlegs:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W1qFOD28joY

That was easy to find. Albums before that like Hooper Bay simply are impossible for the public to get (there are a lot of fakes). I'm having a hell of a time trying to get everything available like their works under the alias Hell Interface. If you google it, it isn't hard at all to find torrents containing most of Boards Of Canada's available songs, both officially and unofficially released.

This website gives good info on which BoC albums are legit, and which are fake (Pretty much anything before their Old Tunes cassettes):

www.bocpages.org

EDIT: I found the link to their old tunes and sent it to your profile wall.


I found that site a while ago and it's actually how I found out their old stuff is unavailable.
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In Too Deep - Sum 41
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I found that site a while ago and it's actually how I found out their old stuff is unavailable.
Yeah, the majority of it is. But most people accept Old Tunes and Boc Maxima as legit. Especially since a lot of their stuff from Geogaddi, Music Has The Right To Children and other official releases have some of the same songs as their old tunes. They took one of their old tunes, sped it up and then added an extra ~4 minutes of music for their new song "Seven Forty Seven" which was actually released last week and it's on iTunes now.
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"The Trapeze Swinger" - Iron and Wine
"Remember When" - Castledoor
"Frayed Ends" - Midtown (mostly because they've been gone for so long )

Edit: Oops. Didn't read all of the post. These were just songs that make me feel nostalgic in general and/or have that theme.
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#38
SWV - RIght Here (Human Nature Remix).

Reminds me of the house I grew up in in the Bronx. Having cookouts and having fun with my cousins.


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#39
Wake me up when september ends. =)
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#40
Back when I was around 4 or 5 years old, I got the first Now That's What I Call Music CD, and I would always listen to that. The songs from that CD that really bring up memories are The Way by Fastball, If You Could only See by Tonic, Flagpole Sita by Harvey Danger, MMMBop by Hanson, I Think I'm Paranoid by Garbage, and others I don't remember. When I listen to those now (especially The Way) it always reminds me being in my parents car going up on the 12 hour road trip to North Carolina, that we still do nowadays. Pretty nostalgic...
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