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The 1980s were the best era for music.
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Really? I feel like the 80’s was when the world finally lost it after the 60’s and 70’s.

The 90’s were what happened once the world calmed the farm.
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Looks like you need a drink.
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Side question: If you could have any singers voice, who would you have?

I think mine is Michael Hutchence, or Jeff Buckley
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James Reyne was the name that instantly came to mind. But that is a question that might take some thinking.
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Barkeep, would you rather be a great singer who couldn’t write songs, or a great songwriter who couldn’t sing?
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Songwriter

I have all the joy of hearing my art in the world, I’m wealthy from my royalties, yet chances are no one knows who the **** I am.
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A great singer. What about everyone else?
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Yeah I’m with Gangers with songwriter. Get the money, without the limelight and celebrity.
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Yeah Fui and Gangers are on it, the singers are under enormous pressure constantly.

I'd say voice I'd take Rob Thomas

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I can’t sing.

Love her or hate her..Mariah Carey is a songbird.
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Does this place have an open mic night? I have a couple of jokes

What's the difference between Black Eyed Peas, and Chick Peas?
One can sing us a song, the other can only hummus one...

What do you call a group of men in line at a hairdresser?
A barberqueue
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They call me the songbird of my generation.

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Question wrote:They call me the songbird of my generation.

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I do not doubt that one iota. I’m imagining you’d rock a mean Joe Cocker
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Not bad mate been known to belt out a bit of Joe, Honestly I would like to have the voice of andrea bocelli, love the guys faces in the welding bays when I crank up the wonderboom and spotify him on, its hilarious, love to upset gronks.

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Fuifui Bradbrad wrote: November 25, 2021, 11:50 am Does this place have an open mic night? I have a couple of jokes

What's the difference between Black Eyed Peas, and Chick Peas?
One can sing us a song, the other can only hummus one...

What do you call a group of men in line at a hairdresser?
A barberqueue
Not bad Fui..

How did the butcher introduce his missus ?

Meat Patty.
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-PJ- wrote: November 26, 2021, 6:06 am
Fuifui Bradbrad wrote: November 25, 2021, 11:50 am Does this place have an open mic night? I have a couple of jokes

What's the difference between Black Eyed Peas, and Chick Peas?
One can sing us a song, the other can only hummus one...

What do you call a group of men in line at a hairdresser?
A barberqueue
Not bad Fui..

How did the butcher introduce his missus ?

Meat Patty.
That's a good one, I actually laughed at that one
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Why did the bicycle fall over??

It was two-tired!

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Sid wrote:Why did the bicycle fall over??

It was two-tired!

<ducks to avoid thrown stubbie>

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I ate a clock today. It was very time consuming. Especially when I went back for seconds
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What kind of Dr. is Dr. Pepper?
A Fizzician…

Sorry guys, that joke was soda pressing
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What do you call an unnecessary elephant?

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dubby wrote:I ate a clock today. It was very time consuming. Especially when I went back for seconds
How have I not heard this one before?
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INXS’s Wembley concert is on now on ABC. Man they were something else.

Them and Nirvana are the two bands I wish I was born earlier to experience in their heyday.
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Fuifui Bradbrad wrote: November 24, 2021, 1:18 pm Side question: If you could have any singers voice, who would you have?

I think mine is Michael Hutchence, or Jeff Buckley
Freddie Mercury.
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zim wrote:
Fuifui Bradbrad wrote: November 24, 2021, 1:18 pm Side question: If you could have any singers voice, who would you have?

I think mine is Michael Hutchence, or Jeff Buckley
Freddie Mercury.
I thought Freddy but I think the pressure to be that good all the time would be huge, you'd always be Under Pressure.

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Suppose you’d be thinking “I want to break free” all the time?
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gangrenous wrote:Suppose you’d be thinking “I want to break free” all the time?
peak Zim

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What was everyone’s Spotify Song of the Year? Mine was My Type. Interestingly the first time I heard it was during my Blacklist binge, and I played the tripe out of it ever since.

Also made the top 3% of Dave Matthews Band listeners

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I like spotify wrapped... but why has it come out at the start of December instead of January? Is it so Mariah Carey, Michael Buble and Paul Kelly don't flood everyone's wrapped?

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Barkeep!

Just a glass of red tonight,thanks - whatever's open.
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Fuifui Bradbrad wrote:Also made the top 3% of Dave Matthews Band listeners
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T_R wrote: December 3, 2021, 7:36 pm Barkeep!

Just a glass of red tonight,thanks - whatever's open.
Hope you weren’t waiting too long!
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Sorry, was on Trip Advisor mouthing off about the tardy service

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Fuifui Bradbrad wrote:Side question: If you could have any singers voice, who would you have?

I think mine is Michael Hutchence, or Jeff Buckley
Always great to see a Jeff Buckley fan. I met him very briefly.

I remember seeing his song on Rage one night - eternal life - it blew me away. Then a few months later he toured. So this was back when I pretty much went to a gig every fortnight or so. So I went to see him at the Canberra convention centre, by myself because my friends weren't interested and he put on a fantastic show to a very small crowd. I was front and centre.

I had such a good time, when he announced an extra show in Sydney I convinced my (at the time) girlfriend to go. We rocked up to the Coogee Bay hotel, booked a room and hit the downstairs bar. We were playing a game of pool and this bloke comes over and challenges us. Of course we said and then I quickly realised he was with a small group of guys that included Jeff Buckley. I was starstruck and he saw it. He introduced himself as Jeff's Australian drummer. He took me over and introduced us. I was too starstruck to say anything to him and also wanted to leave him alone because he was clearly a massive introvert.

Anyway we beat the two of them. Nobody recognised him, but as soon as the concert started there were hundreds of young ladies screaming out their love for him ... marry me .. etc... I found it funny when an hour earlier he was casually sitting in the bar.
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