Toxic Disco

Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by Royd, May 20, 2012.

  1. Royd

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    Robbin Gibbs and Donna Summer dead, within a week of each other....Was it the flashing lights, the crazy clothes or the plastic dance floors?

    I got rid of my silk shirts and platform shoes long ago.
     
  2. thaiturkey

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    I suppose we reach an age where we have to expect the great performers to go but some die far too young.

    Donna Summer and the Bee Gees made great contributions to popular music that, I hope, will survive us, the performers themselves and some of the poor quality fashion music of today.
     
  3. Royd

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    Don't get me started on today's "Music".
     
  4. You mean that's music? Oops, you said don't get you started. Sorry.Never mind.[​IMG]
     
  5. chickened

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    I always thought putting silica sand on the dance floor was bad for your health. [​IMG]
     
  6. Royd

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    You might be onto something, there.
     
  7. NYboy

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    Strobe lights had to do some brain damage!
     
  8. 33yardbirds

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    I think maybe all the polyester shirts had more to do with it, or maybe that sparkle globe that was always spinning. Thank God for flannel shirts and jeans........ Speaking of todays music, give Bruce Springsteens(sp) no CD a listen.........................BLAHHH.
     
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  9. thaiturkey

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    And those uv lights picked out all the specks of dust on people's clothes.
     

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