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SIMPLE MINDS - Dont You Forget About Me - 7mn15 - 41935 KO
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Frederyck (9 months ago)
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City_Girl (1 year ago)
Fantastic !! I love this song !
Gem upload .

(I could never forget about Frederyck god bless you & yours XXX.
May 8th, 2015
Simple Minds is a Scottish group in New Wave, pop rock, post-punk, alternative rock genres. The roots...
Simple Minds is a Scottish group in New Wave, pop rock, post-punk, alternative rock genres. The roots of Simple Minds are in the short-lived punk band Johnny & The Self-Abusers, founded on the South Side of Glasgow (Scotland) in 1977. The band was conceived by would-be Glasgow scenemaker Alan Cairnduff, although he left the job of organising the band to his friend John Milarky. At Cairnduff’s suggestion, Milarky teamed up with two musicians he had never worked with before – budding singer and lyricist Jim Kerr and guitarist Charlie Burchill. Kerr and Burchill had known each other since the age of eight.
The core of the band is the two remaining founder members – Jim Kerr (vocals, songwriting) and Charlie Burchill (guitars, keyboards after 1990, other instruments, songwriting) – and drummer Mel Gaynor (who first joined the band in 1982-1991, 1997-1998, 2002 - now). The other current band members are Andy Gillespie (keyboards) and Ged Grimes (bass guitar).
During the winter of 2012, a conceptual tour is undertaken by the group. It focuses exclusively on titles Top 5 albums of the group. The tour was acclaimed by critics and been a double live album...

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