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Old 11-11-2008, 10:46 AM
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i did, but even with bands you'd probably have to go back to the whole disco/electronica era to find anything truely ground breaking.

i'm open to correction.
You're right, when disco turned electronic in the late seventies/early eighties that probably was the last truly innovative time in dance music.

Everything since including house, techno, drum n bass and hip hop have all morphed from that sound.
So I'm going to say that the last truly ground breaking song (in dance music terms) was Donna Summer's I Feel Love. Giorgio Moroders production on that was incredible.
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You're right, when disco turned electronic in the late seventies/early eighties that probably was the last truly innovative time in dance music.

Everything since including house, techno, drum n bass and hip hop have all morphed from that sound.
So I'm going to say that the last truly ground breaking song (in dance music terms) was Donna Summer's I Feel Love. Giorgio Moroders production on that was incredible.

may i direct ye to the music forum? no? carry on then....
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You're right, when disco turned electronic in the late seventies/early eighties that probably was the last truly innovative time in dance music.

Everything since including house, techno, drum n bass and hip hop have all morphed from that sound.
So I'm going to say that the last truly ground breaking song (in dance music terms) was Donna Summer's I Feel Love. Giorgio Moroders production on that was incredible.

i would agree with all of that.
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may i direct ye to the music forum? no? carry on then....
may i direct you to FUCK OFF.
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Old 11-11-2008, 10:50 AM
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may i direct ye to the music forum? no? carry on then....
I knew it wouldn't be long to be kicked out.

Anyway, Jose Mourinho is no longer cool.
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may i direct you to FUCK OFF.
what's your problem. was that nescessary!
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Old 11-11-2008, 10:54 AM
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what's your problem. was that nescessary!
It wasn't necessary but it was funny.
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Only messin duffer.
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People who post on the Sir Henry's Nostalgia thread.
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People who post on the Sir Henry's Nostalgia thread.
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