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Singers That Make Your Teeth Itch?

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Bobbisox1 | 12:14 Tue 17th Nov 2020 | Music
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Just done my ironing whilst listening to Gold radio, there's some on there where I'd go , euckkkk
Glen Campbell
James Brown
I liked the young Cliff but not the old man trying to be young again one
Nielsen
Meatloaf

Who doesn't do it for you?
( fed up about Covid )

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Kathyn Jenkins, can't stand the Welsh Warbler
I can't live, I can't live any more
If living is without yooouuuu
I can't give, I can't give any more etc...
very few I must admit, but then again i don't tune into the radio all that much.
The guy who does the Go Compare ads, teeth shatter when he is on
Any Rapper, that is if you can call them singers.
whilst i agree with Danny, they show snoop dog everytime there is a break in THe West Wing which i am rewatching, aaaghhhh
Boy bands and the Stock Aitkin & Waterman stuff.
some i can live with, but as i said the radio if it's on is tuned to Classic FM
Mine too Emmie
Shakin' Stevens
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Depends on my mood whether it's classical or not Emmie/Danny
I listen to Katherine Jenkins with the sound off and my specs on...
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Oh Ken I so agree , The Welsh Elvis ( not ) haha
its classical bobbs, or mostly. I don't do much listening to light entertainment radio.
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I quite like KJ
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I like a bit of nostalgia when I'm ironing I can usually relate to a track, where I was and who I was with
can;'t stand her at all, one of the rare instances of instant dislike
James Brown brings back lots of good memories of misspent youth
Bjork
Kate Bush

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