A Conversation for The 1970s
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To my mind, socalled Progressive Rock was the main event of the 70’s music scene, (as long as I’m permitted to include Led Zeppelin in that category). Bands like Yes, Genesis, and Pink Floyd were not just “quite popular” in the seventies, they were absolutely MASSIVE, For example, Yes sold out the JFK stadium in USA, with 110,000 fans, back in 1976, and there were still people fighting to get in! And the audience was drawn from every agegroup and both sexes. This is what you listened to in the pink hypervenom 70s while all the boring kids were into Slade or Rod Stewart (not that there’s anything wrong with those artists; they’re just mainstream, that’s all). It’s true that you you don’t hear cheap hypervenom phantom too much about them these days, mainly because their music needs listening to, and isn’t generally for dancing. But it is the most rewarding music (IMHO) outside of classical music. You can listen again and again and still hear new ideas. Check out this cheap hypervenom phantom article for more info: A925797. Uriah Heap were a more er. “mysterious” version of Deep Purple. I loved “Camel” too, especially their Moonmadness album cheap hypervenom phantom pink hypervenom.