Guilty Pleasures (music-wise)?

Neader

"Take me out tonight"
Cher - "Believe"

Not something I have on my computer or listen to frequently, but when I hear it I swell up with happiness.
 
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SoVeryEntertainig

New Member
I love Cher, but I consider Belive a very guilty pleasure. Naughty, naughty Neader ;)
 

Anaesthesine

Angel of Distemper
OK, I'll fess up:


Sarah McLachlan is a bit cheesy, it's true, but she has a lovely singing voice, and some killer songs that feel good when I'm on the road alone, late at night...
 
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Mozza220559

Surmontil 50
Mine...

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Reminds me of Trainspotting
 

Franzanna

In retirement
That's not a guilty pleasure.
I didn't know that was a guilty pleasure. :o I <3 80's music.

I think this thread is for trashy music that you would never admit to your friends that you listen to but when you are by yourself you put it on loop.
Perhaps you both wouldn't say 80s electropop was a guilty pleasure, because neither of you feel ashamed of it. I do, so for me it is. I don't know quite why I'm ashamed to listen to them, but I am, even though there are some bands which are generally considered a lot worse than the ones I like. That's just the why it rolls. :cool:
 

mcrickson

Reckless Endangerment
I try not to ever feel too guilty about anything.

However, I suppose if we were discussing something atypical to our own respective tastes, I've been getting into the various works of David McAlmont recently. I've never really dabbled in what I suppose could arguably be considered 'soul' until now.

:guitar:

 
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Lonsdale71

New Member
I try not to ever feel too guilty about anything.

However, I suppose if we were discussing something atypical to our own respective tastes, I've been getting into the various works of David McAlmont recently. I've never really dabbled in what I suppose could arguably be considered 'soul' until now.

:guitar:

Butler & McAlmont are great - and very under-rated. Their album (the 1st?) "The Sound of McAlmont & Butler" (1995) is a forgotten gem. The first track "Yes" is amazing.
 
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