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I'm not talking soul related stuff obviously and if you only like soul music don't bother saying this is crap, because you're clearly wrong.

 

Suzi Quatro does a version of The Normal/Grace Jones's Warm Leatherette and it's only bloody fantastic!

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You mean prefer the original by The Normal? Fair enough mate :thumbsup:

 

Nope, didn't know the song at all.  Just didn't rate the performance in any way at all (even though I used to think Suzy Quatro was hot) - but hey, each to their own.

 

:hatsoff2: - Kev

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Nope, didn't know the song at all.  Just didn't rate the performance in any way at all (even though I used to think Suzy Quatro was hot) - but hey, each to their own.

 

:hatsoff2: - Kev

 

 

Ah - just can't read then . No probs :lol:

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Used to love The Normal's version, it got some hammer from the Punk's in our youth club, always a bit of rivalry as to what Northern we could get on the turntable, but we were pretty agreeable when I think about it, I was always open minded and loved the punk stuff too.

Best new record I've heard for ages is BEN WATT, HENDRA.

I knew him from his Every Thing But The Girl stuff, first solo LP he has cut for 30 odd years I think.

It's really good.

 

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As a lover of post punk, I bought the Normal record at the time (for the other side) and liked it then  but I don't think it's dated very well and now I think both sides are poor, as is Suzi's version, and Grace Jones'.

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I'm not talking soul related stuff obviously and if you only like soul music don't bother saying this is crap, because you're clearly wrong.

 

Suzi Quatro does a version of The Normal/Grace Jones's Warm Leatherette and it's only bloody fantastic!

 

 

I'm afraid I have to bother saying.................THIS IS CRAP!!!    :yes:

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Anyone who remembers Subway Sect, punk/post punk era. Been listening to new album 1979 Now, has I think a good unusual story attached to it, with reference to NS.

Stand out track for me is Caught in Midstream.

 

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I'm not talking soul related stuff obviously and if you only like soul music don't bother saying this is crap....

 

 

 

 

Well I wrote that to make it clear who this topic was aimed at...

 

I'm afraid I have to bother saying.................THIS IS CRAP!!!    :yes:

 

But, wow! Who could possible argue with such informed and illuminating input? Thanks immensely for your contribution. I wouldn't want to see your insightful and witty remarks diluted by further comments from others who don't share your vast knowledge post-punk electro music, so I'll close this now.

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