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Unhappy Tiger
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Has to be the 80's ......

@geo raves on about the Dark Ages ...but the music sucked back then 

Thoughts ??


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Posted by: @unhappy-tiger

Has to be the 80's ......

@geo raves on about the Dark Ages ...but the music sucked back then 

Thoughts ??

Late 80s/90s, music was great then.

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90's was good

music good movies good gaming consoles good 

Downside

Balmain bad Magpies Bad 


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90's was good

music good movies good gaming consoles good 

Downside

Balmain bad Magpies Bad 

Do you like the good 90s music or the bad 90s music?

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I was born 84, always wished i was born 5 years earlier like my older cousins -so I could of been there for nirvana & peal jam - instead of korn and limp bizkit (didn't date well) 

I would of been better footy wise as well to soak in the glory years of the Winfield cup. Instead of maturing just as super league was hitting.

Funny transition time though- we were still learning inside and outside centres - in juniors as it was moving to left and right professionally. 

 

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Nirvana and nine inch nails 


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Posted by: @frullens

I was born 84, always wished i was born 5 years earlier like my older cousins -so I could of been there for nirvana & peal jam - instead of korn and limp bizkit (didn't date well) 

I would of been better footy wise as well to soak in the glory years of the Winfield cup. Instead of maturing just as super league was hitting.

Funny transition time though- we were still learning inside and outside centres - in juniors as it was moving to left and right professionally. 

 

I was born in 1978, went to the 1st BDO as a 14 year old and saw Nirvana and have seen Pearl Jam more than 30 times.

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Posted by: @jedi-tiger

Nirvana and nine inch nails 

I have seen both lol

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@garry 

30 times!! Wow!

My cousin was at the melb concert were everyone broke the fence, very jealous. 

I was 13 when Mmmbop by Hansen & Barbie Girl by Aqua were released - almost the same 🤣

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@garry 

30 times!! Wow!

My cousin was at the melb concert were everyone broke the fence, very jealous. 

I was 13 when Mmmbop by Hansen & Barbie Girl by Aqua were released - almost the same 🤣

I have seen Pearl Jam in 5 states of Australia and 3 seperate countries lol

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@garry 

30 times!! Wow!

My cousin was at the melb concert were everyone broke the fence, very jealous. 

I was 13 when Mmmbop by Hansen & Barbie Girl by Aqua were released - almost the same 🤣

I have seen Pearl Jam in 5 states of Australia and 3 seperate countries lol

Pretty impressive Gaz .....sure beats chasing the Angels all over Brisvegas lol

Thats the great thing about the 80's .....all these stellar bands playing at local pubs ...even top notch comedians as well ...those were the days 

 


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Posted by: @frullens

I was born 84, always wished i was born 5 years earlier like my older cousins -so I could of been there for nirvana & peal jam - instead of korn and limp bizkit (didn't date well) 

I would of been better footy wise as well to soak in the glory years of the Winfield cup. Instead of maturing just as super league was hitting.

Funny transition time though- we were still learning inside and outside centres - in juniors as it was moving to left and right professionally. 

 

I was born in 1978, went to the 1st BDO as a 14 year old and saw Nirvana and have seen Pearl Jam more than 30 times.

Young buck ...I'm a 69er ....just before the fake moon landing lol 


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@garry 

30 times!! Wow!

My cousin was at the melb concert were everyone broke the fence, very jealous. 

I was 13 when Mmmbop by Hansen & Barbie Girl by Aqua were released - almost the same 🤣

I have seen Pearl Jam in 5 states of Australia and 3 seperate countries lol

Pretty impressive Gaz .....sure beats chasing the Angels all over Brisvegas lol

Thats the great thing about the 80's .....all these stellar bands playing at local pubs ...even top notch comedians as well ...those were the days 

 

I saw the Angels in the leadup to Docs death, was an amazing amazing show even at that point. I saw most of the 70 and 80s Aussie bands during the 90s and early 2000s. I pretty much grew up in moshpits around Sydney in the 90s. There are not many good bands that I haven't seen at some point. Live music is one of the things I have missed the most during the pandemic.

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Who’s old enough to remember this bit of Aussie nostalgia. An ad with a message that’s very appropriate for today’s motorists with petrol prices set to go through the roof in the coming weeks.

https://twitter.com/ozkitsch/status/1501767924276621314?s=21


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@tigerlily  I’m old … but I’m not that old LOLs. Never seen that add before But I beg the question, Why are all they all naked in that add??

It sounds like the guy that did the ‘cmon Aussie’ song for the cricket 

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