All or Nothing.
Cyrus 8xpd qx
Denon TU1800 DAB
SEE Revolver TT/CA 540/Ortofon 2M Red.
LMFAO's Party Rock Anthem for me,there's no lead in their Zeppelin
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Though not a number 1, everyone knows that in reality God Save The Queen by the Sex Pistols was the top selling single at that time. The powers that be made damn sure it never officially reached the top spot in Jubilee week to save embarrassment etc.
Thats my pick.
Thats No 2 on my list
No when the Pistols came out I got caught up in all the punk/new wave scene as a spotty 19 year old and had a ball for a couple of years, only listening to my Tull albums in secret
Mines gotta be MADNESS - One Step Beyond
I don’t necessarily know about it being my favourite, but the first number one which had the biggest impact in my life is “The Legend of Xanadu” by Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich.
Oooh, those whips! (and I was nine at the time!!), and I’ve just discovered it’s on Spotify…..mmmm, memories.
Putting out fire with gasoline
Sylvia Focus + Hocus Pocus though not sure if that was a no 1
Musical fidelity M6i Roksan caspian M2 cdp Atc scm 40s Tellurium Q black speaker cable chord chamelian xlr graham slee novo sennheiser hd598
Joe Dolce (Shaddap You Face)
Not one of our best exports to the Uk nearly as a bad as Fosters!!!!
B&W CM 8 Yamaha RXV-1073 receiver, Nad 326 Bee Amp, ASW B&W 600, veladyne EQ 12 max, Panasonic DMP-BDT220 blu ray, Panasonic TV TH-42PZ700A, Yamaha CDC 685 cd player, B&W Leisure Monitors Speakers (Rear) LCR 60 Series 3, (centre)
Christmas number 1 in 2009
Paul's BR/805 system thread
(where the photos live) Paul's Flickr page
Nothing's as bad as Fosters
Amplification: Creek Evolution 5350 with Creek Sequel 40 plug in phono stage
Speakers: Epos Elan 30
Sources: Arcam CD17 - Squeezebox Touch - PC via optical into FiiO D3 DAC
Turntable: Rega Planar P3 with Ortofon 2M Blue cart on RB300 tonearm
Various bits of wire supplied by Mark Grant and Van Damme
I bet they were good I was still at school when Movin waves came out
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