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Rockaway Beach Festival news: Prince released one of the most powerful pop albums of all time on this day in …

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🎳 Prince released one of the most powerful pop albums of all time on this day in 1984. We've got Purple Rain on REPEAT this afternoon, and we recommend that you do the same.

We ALSO recommend that you come and party with us in January to the sounds of TWO of the biggest alternative pop heroes. We are of course talking about our Rockaway Beach 2020 opening night extravaganza: PRINCESTEEN.

Tickets available now from http://bit.ly/2T4Qc85.

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2 days ago

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🎳 Wishing a very Happy Birthday to the legend that is *Jarvis Cocker*! A figurehead of the Britpop genre, iconic frontman of Pulp, but more importantly he pulled off THAT stage invasion at the 1996 Brit Awards... it's just too, too good. Have a good one, Jarv. ... See MoreSee Less


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I was at the barrier 3 weeks ago at End of the Road- he was bloody awesome!

Jarv would be the perfect Rockaway act...

I once served him breakfast at his rehearsal studio. When a phone call came through for him I was too embarrassed to admit I knew who he was so went through the charade of calling out "is there a jarvis cocker here". I'm a knob.

Yes! @Jarv is... For rockaway x

Pleeeeeeeeeeeeeease try and get him for Rockaway.

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3 days ago

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🎳 We've put together a 'Through the decade' look at the 1970s, and the development of the 70s alternative music scene. Wanna see how we got from Black Sabbath to Joy Division in 2 minutes?! Have a watch, and let us know who'd be on your list in the comments 👇 ... See MoreSee Less


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Tracklist: Black Sabbath - Paranoid (1970) The Who - Won’t Get Fooled Again (1971) Lou Reed - Perfect Day (1972) David Bowie - Jean Genie (1973) Patti Smith - Hey Joe (1974) Jonathan Richman & the Modern Lovers - Roadrunner (1975) The Damned - New Rose (1976) Ramones - Rockaway Beach (1977) Kraftwerk - The Robots (1978) Joy Division - Transmission (1979) 👊

I’d lose Patti Smith in 1974, replace with Kraftwerk ‘Autobahn’ and have Blondie ‘Denis’ in 1978. 🎧 🎵

You ain't seen nothing yet b t o and radar love golden earing 75 Steve gibbons tulane 77

Surely 1979 merits a mention of the epoch-making Tubeway Army/ Gary Numan arrival?

Since when were Throbbing Gristle a punk band?

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