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September 24, 2004

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Chef Shouty

I saw Level 42 open for Tina Turner in 1986 or '87, and I can't say that they were terribly exciting (especially compared to Tina - Good GOD!), but they played great that night, and I have a live album which will back that up. Plus, they have one BUTTload of great songs, and their album World Machine is still among my favorite albums ever. Their drummer, Phil Gould, has skills to pay the bills, as well, and was/still is a major inspiration. What I'm trying to say is, Lena, if you ever need any Level 42 real quick-like, you know where to find me.

mr mcmuffin

I remember being taken to see Level 42 in 1981 by an old girlfriend. She just loved them. I spent the evening squirming in my seat. They were so boring. I could wait to leave. If I had gone with anyone else, I probably would have left. No that's not true, in fact, I probably would never have gone in the first place. Having said that, I still have soft spot for the song Running in the family, which I listened to the other day.

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