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Post a song from the year that follows on from the previous post. So I'll kick off with a song from 1983. Next person has to post a song from 1984. When we reach 2017 the next person can start again from any year they like.

 

 

 

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1984. This song was the first track on the debut studio album by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds. They're still going today and only last year released their sixteenth album Skeleton Tree.

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1986

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I see Spike is also a fan of 4AD or just likes Pixies. In 1989 the band Lush released their first material, a so-called mini album named Scar, on the label. Although they were short-lived due to the unfortunate passing of their drummer Chris Acland in the nineties they were a fair act.

 

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Instant Classic in 1990.

 

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I can't think of another rock genre that had more female musicians than Shoegaze.

 

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1992 saw the debut studio album by the Stone Temple Pilots. This is the sixth track from that album.

 

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Not quite my favourite era with Killing Joke but in 1994 they released the studio album Pandemonium. This song was on it.

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The (user)name sake. Track eight on Metallica's sixth studio album which for the record wasn't their greatest.

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Queens of the Stone Age released their second studio album Rated R in 2000. This was the first track on that album.

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2002. Now we've really gone. What can I say. Trent Reznor did a session with Peter Murphy a few years ago and performed a bit of Bela Lugosi's Dead with him. Good enough in my books.

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2009

 

Dog Days Are Over technically was released in 2008, so have this instead.

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I don't think the Walkmen have made a bad album

 

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