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So I'm at the Sydney Showgrounds Exhibition Centre at the moment, and they are playing poppy kinda music, the type that is suppoed to appeal to most people.
And yesterday they play Poison's Until You uffer Some.
Does that manke it elevator music?

Weird to hear it, it was never a mainstream song out here in any way, so surprised it got a run.

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2 minutes ago, CureTheSane said:

So I'm at the Sydney Showgrounds Exhibition Centre at the moment, and they are playing poppy kinda music, the type that is suppoed to appeal to most people.
And yesterday they play Poison's Until You uffer Some.
Does that manke it elevator music?

Weird to hear it, it was never a mainstream song out here in any way, so surprised it got a run.

Know that Poison done a song called " Until You Suffer Some "

They might be playing it to clear halls , for next group of people come in

 

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2 hours ago, CureTheSane said:

So I'm at the Sydney Showgrounds Exhibition Centre at the moment, and they are playing poppy kinda music, the type that is suppoed to appeal to most people.
And yesterday they play Poison's Until You uffer Some.
Does that manke it elevator music?

Weird to hear it, it was never a mainstream song out here in any way, so surprised it got a run.

Poison just sliding in there to sneakily start corrupting a new generation. They been Poison'd!

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47 minutes ago, auslander said:

Poison just sliding in there to sneakily start corrupting a new generation. They been Poison'd!

I actually wondered about that.
How many people heard that song for the first time and enjoyed it?

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58 minutes ago, CureTheSane said:

I actually wondered about that.
How many people heard that song for the first time and enjoyed it?

Hopefully they had Shazam on their phones and found out what it was. Great track. Agree it's weird it just popped up in some playlist algorithm. But I wouldn't put it past Brett Michaels to know how to manipulate the Spotify system. 😀

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16 minutes ago, Geoff said:

How entirely random. Never heard that song in radio, ever. Impressive. 

That's the thing, it's a pre-planned playlist, so somebody decided to play that song.

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5 minutes ago, CureTheSane said:

It's A Goove Thing is on now
Last song was Would I Lie To You by some female band.
They recently played that Elton John mash up mix, which I quite enjoy.

Yeah, it's happened to me a few times.

About 6 years ago, hearing Dokken's "Alone Again" at a Coles "Liquorland"... WTF?

A couple of years ago, I was in an RSEA store (workwear) and they were playing Ozzy and DIO... double WTF?

 

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16 hours ago, Darkstone said:

Yeah, it's happened to me a few times.

About 6 years ago, hearing Dokken's "Alone Again" at a Coles "Liquorland"... WTF?

A couple of years ago, I was in an RSEA store (workwear) and they were playing Ozzy and DIO... double WTF?

 

A mate of mine and myself went the local bottle shop, the music they were playing Jane's Addiction's " Been Caught Stealing "

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37 minutes ago, CureTheSane said:

Playing Hole Hearted now.
Not as obscure as Poison for the public, but at least it's not More Than Words...

Is it... one of us sneaking in some "gateway drug" hard rock? Geoff, is it you?

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7 minutes ago, auslander said:

Is it... one of us sneaking in some "gateway drug" hard rock? Geoff, is it you?

If I hear something from Belly 2 Belly I'll let know know.
Geoff for sure.

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