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Nothing I can think of. Mind you, some peoples idea of "normal dress" is ... um ... a little odd.
(Google "people of walmart" and you'll see what I mean).
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Ulver recently released a new album and it's awesome!
They started out in the early 90's as a typical 2nd wave of black metal band.
However, subsequent releases featured traditional folk, electronic, ambient and experimental rock music (and little to no black metal).
The new album is heavily influenced by the 80's, especially Depeche Mode.
While their style is pretty eclectic, their quality is consistent.
Machine Guns and Peacocks Feathers is especially poppy and its catchiness made it into Sound of the Week!
The Captain Hook one is really nice.
Although I never get why these trance albums always have to be 1+ hours
Personally, I lose interest after about 45 minutes, for any music by the way.
Maybe there are a few really nice albums that are longer that I can listen to, but I couldn't name them right now.
I'm not that much into The Who and Boston, but they're nice.
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Any other contenders for synth awesomeness? Can they knock those two off their throne?
Van Halen is above the throne and not a contender.
They're the untouchable judge and jury.
I once witnessed some sound check guy playing that intro on the keyboard and he got a bigger applause than the main act and probably than any band that played on Wacken that year
For you, maybe. I saw David Lee Roth in concert, and he played this and a bunch of other stuff. Worst concert I've ever been to (not that I am much of a concert-goer). The echoes of echoes had their own echoes because it was so overpowered for the venue. Couldn't make anything out and wasn't enjoyable at all.
The Rhythm of the Night .... The song was a worldwide hit in 1994, peaking at number-one in Italy, and within the top five in most of Europe, while in the US, it fell short of the top ten, reaching number eleven on both the Billboard Hot 100 and the Cash Box Top 100.
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