Album Reviews of the 80s

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A Flock Of Seagulls, "Listen" / 1983 Review by: Erick Hublein
This is my favorite album for the New Wave era, It is funny how virtually the entire decade relied on syth drum machines and keyboards, this band, one out of many helped explore what early digital equipment could do, transfer affection being the best track, They are highly underrated, they were original, wrote there own stuff (unlike todays music scene in which virually everybody and there brother and sister samples each others work, boring, i hate most of this stuff they have anymore,) AFOS did there own stuff, then the 90's came in and shelved keyboards for kurt cobain, the 80's helped define the digital era, and the music was one of the first to help that, AFOS were definately apart of that. not just them, but they were one of them. I am a true child of the 80's, music was actually music, not all this rap and hip hop stuff,

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