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12th Feb '16 11:16:13 AM MarkLungo
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!! '''''Adventures in Modern Troping''''':

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!! '''''Adventures !!Adventures in Modern Troping''''':Troping:
12th Feb '16 11:15:52 AM MarkLungo
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!!! '''''Adventures in Modern Troping''''':

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!!! !! '''''Adventures in Modern Troping''''':
8th Jun '15 2:44:06 PM bt8257
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The Buggles were a band in the 1980s, recognized for the first video played on Creator/{{MTV}}, "Video Killed the Radio Star". Its members include Trevor Horn and Geoff Downes, who both would contribute to the Music/{{Yes}} album ''Drama'' during Jon Anderson's and Rick Wakeman's absence, and the latter of whom would become part of the ProgressiveRock band Music/{{Asia}}. Trevor Horn would go on to become one of the music industry's most in-demand producers and helped shaped the characteristic sound of '80s pop music.

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The Buggles were a band in the 1980s, recognized for the first video played on Creator/{{MTV}}, "Video Killed the Radio Star". Its members include Trevor Horn and Geoff Downes, who both would contribute to the Music/{{Yes}} album ''Drama'' during the absence of Jon Anderson's Anderson and Rick Wakeman's absence, and Wakeman, the latter of whom would become part of form the ProgressiveRock band Music/{{Asia}}. Trevor Horn would go on to become one of the music industry's most in-demand producers and helped shaped the characteristic sound of '80s pop music.



!!! "Tropes Killed the Radio Star":

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!!! "Tropes Killed the Radio Star":'''''Adventures in Modern Troping''''':



** The 2011 Yes album ''Fly From Here'', with Downes playing keyboards and Horn producing, is largely made up of unused Buggles songs, notably the 24-minute title suite (albeit with new additions from Chris Squire and Steve Howe).
* TitleTrack: ''Adventures In Modern Recording''.

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** The 2011 Yes album ''Fly From from Here'', with Downes playing keyboards and Horn producing, is largely made up of unused Buggles songs, notably the 24-minute title suite (albeit with new additions from Chris Squire and Steve Howe).
* TitleTrack: ''Adventures In Modern Recording''.Recording''.
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11th Dec '14 10:16:10 AM VicGeorge2011
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* TitleTrack: ''Adventures In Modern Recording''.
25th Jul '14 5:42:58 PM Conrail16
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[[caption-width-right:226:Left to right: Trevor Horn, Geoff Downes]]

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[[caption-width-right:287:Geoff Downes (left) and
Trevor Horn, Geoff Downes]]
Horn (right)]]
25th May '14 1:53:28 PM Conrail16
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They released only two albums, ''The Age of Plastic'' in 1979 and ''Adventures in Modern Recording'' in 1982.

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They released only two albums, ''The Age of Plastic'' in 1979 1980 and ''Adventures in Modern Recording'' in 1982.
25th May '14 1:51:55 PM Conrail16
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They released only two albums, ''The Age of Plastic'' in 1980 and ''Adventures in Modern Recording'' in 1982.

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They released only two albums, ''The Age of Plastic'' in 1980 1979 and ''Adventures in Modern Recording'' in 1982.
25th May '14 1:47:08 PM DavidDelony
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They released only two albums, ''The Age of Plastic'' in 1979 and ''Adventures in Modern Recording'' in 1982.

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They released only two albums, ''The Age of Plastic'' in 1979 1980 and ''Adventures in Modern Recording'' in 1982.
25th May '14 1:08:00 PM Conrail16
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They released only two albums, ''The Age of Plastic'' in 1979 and ''Adventures in Modern Recording'' in 1982.
25th May '14 12:57:02 PM Conrail16
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* EndOfAnAge: "Video Killed The Radio Star" (for radio), "Elstree" (for the British film industry)

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* EndOfAnAge: "Video Killed The Radio Star" (for radio), "Elstree" (for the British film industry)industry).
* {{Foreshadowing}}: The bass-heavy "I Love You Miss Robot" points towards their later contributions to the Yes album ''Drama'', which is stylistically similar.
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