Here are all of AtkoAtco's jams.
Reminder of the glory days.
Jammed: 1st Sep 2015
by The Human League
I often refer to the greats of the 80s in my all time favourites - The Smiths, The Jam, Stone Roses, Blondie, The Police etc, but there are some classics to be found elsewhere. Human League.
Jammed: 29th Jul 2015
by Panic! at the Disco
Where have they gone ? The erstwhile emo combo ?
Jammed: 3rd Feb 2015
Cast your minds back. The Bends was to establish Radiohead as an indie rock band of genuine substance and presence. And then OK Computer made them one of the biggest bands in the world. On this tour, I saw Radiohead third on the bill to REM and The Cranberries, and only just above Sleeper, at Milton Keynes Bowl. A far different career ahead of them at that point. This might be my favourite track off The Bends, but its certainly my favourite Radiohead album - a band trying to get somewhere, rather than trying to cope with a world of pressures and expectations. #sheerexcellence
Jammed: 6th Jan 2015
Justine Frischmann had more of an impact on the UK music scene than her Elastica output, but there were some banging tunes back in the early 90s. Close call between this one and 'Waking Up' for best hit.
Jammed: 28th Nov 2014
by Def Leppard
Saw them play 3 or 4 tracks at Wembley last night, so thought I'd dip into the catalogue. #survivors
Jammed: 29th Sep 2014
It was Rick Squires who introduced me to these guys a long time ago. I realise they're not legends, and probably don't do a lot on the Reunion Shows. But time and place creates fond memories of a great album.
Jammed: 21st Sep 2014
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