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Soulboy
07 Jun 2001, 20:57
...explained who their fave artists/musical influences are?

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davidhorizon
08 Jun 2001, 03:14
Well Marian is a huge David Bowie and Queen fan. Im not sure about Bernd. Try and ask him in the "Question for Bernhard" section.

Mrs.Picard
08 Jun 2001, 12:05
Marian also likes Nick Cave.

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Adiville
09 Jun 2001, 00:35
Bernd likes ENYA and the German band WOLFSHEIM (hope i wrote it right...)

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Mrs.Picard
09 Jun 2001, 11:38
Marian likes Wolfsheim (it is written correctly), too, I saw a selfmade video with an event where Marian wore a t-shirt from Wolfsheim.

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micki
10 Nov 2001, 15:46
...Frank listens to Klaus Schulze, and as far as I know Bernd listens to Depeche Mode and OMD too... and I also remember that they would've mentioned Ultravox as one of their musical influences somewhere too...

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wonder2000
11 Nov 2001, 06:12
Lot of suprises...Bernd listens to Depeche Mode??? That`s wonderful thing! DM rules <img src=icon_smile_cool.gif border=0 align=middle>

-Julian Moon-

AV_defender
11 Nov 2001, 13:40
thinking about the song lady bright..
i think that Marian mentioned that he likes the real creator of those lady bright lines..
i think it was called Albert and the heart of Gold..not that i know if it is some kind of a band,ive never heard of them anyway...
speaking about Marian and David Bowie:my teacher in music thought that "Beethoven" was sung by Bowie..

/Defender

*The watcher of the scene*

Avil
11 Nov 2001, 21:47
Albert and the heart of Gold.
They are mentioned in the Dreamscapes booklet, they performed "Underworld" live, and there is also a photo of them.
Marian was a member of this old band.

I think...

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micki
12 Nov 2001, 11:17
Apollo sounds much like DM:s "Just can't get Enough"...wonder if it has anything to do with Mr. Lloyd's musical influences?...

"the 80's child"

Dingerz
14 Nov 2001, 23:25
Apollo sounds like JCGE?? Erm, I don't hear it! Gonna have to go hear that again.

I know Marian said his fav band at the moment was DM in 1984, though I don't know how he likes them now. (that article is on the net somewhere)

But I do sometimes hear other bits of influences in AV. I always thought that was what was so neat about AV - they combine the best elements of all the good electronic bands while maintaining a sound that is strictly their own.

Tara :)

Adiville
14 Nov 2001, 23:57
HA !
Interesting point.......
I suppose you could say that "i just cant get enough....." sounds a bit like "ill take you out of here....." <img src=icon_smile_big.gif border=0 align=middle>

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micki
15 Nov 2001, 08:29
nono...the instrumental part in Apollo, you know, the melody... it sounds like the intermezzo in JCGE...eventhough it's in a little lower scale...

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Adiville
15 Nov 2001, 11:30
Sure. Fine. Whatever..... <img src=icon_smile_big.gif border=0 align=middle>

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micki
15 Nov 2001, 14:21
Can't you guys really hear it!!!??...

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Kaz
27 Nov 2011, 15:11
thinking about the song lady bright..
i think that Marian mentioned that he likes the real creator of those lady bright lines..
i think it was called Albert and the heart of Gold..


OK, time to drag up another old topic as I couldn't find a better place for it (my curiosity and analysis will be the end of me eventually...).

These lines are actually an old limerick of unknown origin, though I did find this:

"There was a young lady named Bright
Whose speed was much faster than light;
She set out one day,
In a relative way
And returned on the previous night.
- by Arthur Henry Reginald Buller, in the December 19, 1923 issue of Punch"

I don't think this guy actually wrote the lines but they are attributed to him in this edition of the old humourous magazine.

If there is a better topic to move this to, Admins, please do that.


Here endeth today's lesson.