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AlxTgr
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re: Tell me about Hall and Oates


At about Voices, they became a different act. One I liked then, but can't stand now. Still love the stuff that came before for the most part, but there's a lot from then I never heard.





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RogerTheShrubber
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Some of their stuff was pretty damn good, others...bleh...


Kings of the cheesy video though.

My favorite Hall and Oates song... METHOD of Modern Love.






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The Cable Guy
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I heard "I Can't Go for That" for the first time yesterday morning by chance. Sooo smooooth.

No exaggeration, I listened to it probably 15-20 times yesterday driving around. Sometimes I get real addicted to a song like that.



If you liked that, listen to "Your Imagination"

Very similar and I think even better.






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ThePenIsMightier
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I saw them in 1983 on the big bam boom tour. Pretty sure it was my first concert. Til Tuesday was the opening act. I was more of a metal fan at the time (kiss, Ozzy, Judas Priest) but they put on a great show. I would compare them to someone like Maroon 5 or Train today.





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VOR
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Generic radio pop.


Sort of became that later. But not so earlier in their career. They were among the best purveyors of Philly soul or "blue eyed soul" . . . and that's a compliment.

Sara Smile, Everytime You Go, She's Gone, etc. are first rate tunes.






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Dandy Lion
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Very important. Kept on after it was pointless and quasi demeaning, but very important.





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