Eight Golden Years


Every week we give away voucher to spend at any of the many Golden Discs branches nationwide.

All we ask is for a tune we can play next week.

This week’s theme: 20102018

To help celebrate our eighth birthday on Monday, can you tell us the best thing you have heard since our inception in July 2010?

To enter, please complete this sentence.

‘The best release of the last eight years was unquestionably_____________owing to its__________________________’

Lines MUST close at 3.45pm EXTENDED until MIDNIGHT!

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23 thoughts on “Eight Golden Years

  1. Penfold

    The best release of the last eight years was unquestionably Kavinsky’s Nightcall owning to its robotic synthpoppy 80’s computer game influenced sound. It fitted in perfectly with Ryan Goslings totally reasonable actions in Drive.

  2. Optimus Grime

    The best release of the last eight years was unquestionably Nathan Carter’s Wagon Wheel owing to its origin in the fact that it’s a collaboration between the annoying scouser and a little known songwriter called Bob Dylan. Bob Dylan who’s other misses include All Along the Watchtower and Like a rollin stone.

  3. Johnny Keenan

    The best release of the last 8 years is unquestionably
    RíRà ‘Future Comin Back To Haunt Ya’

    Once you hear and read the song lyric you will come to the clear conclusion that some movements artists and people are just ahead of their time and the curve.

    RíRà (Offaly native) released this analysis of the world in July 2010.

    Around the same time Broadsheet.ie launched a news website for the curious concerned creative community.

    In 2018 I feel people are really beginning to get the change and more importantly play an active part in it.

    Broadsheet has kept going through many hard times in the past 8 years.
    The people that contribute in every way are making a difference whether they want to or not.

    As a contributor to BS I see and feel that their is a place in Irish media for an open and honest look at our land and the people on it.
    BS try to make it more transparent and honest. By highlighting all its foibles.

    I think Broadsheet not only reflects contemporary Ireland it lives and breathes it.
    With such limited resources it’s amazing the turnover of news it works on to put out to us and for us on a daily basis.
    It’s run with a real since of community in mind, IMO.

    They do it not for monetary gain but because the truth has got to come out.

    Thanks to to all the shills trolls and sillies. You play a vital part in making sure Broadsheet doesn’t become an echo chamber.

    But to the informed opinionated people who really get in behind a news story on BS that’s where the story takes hold and that can’t be bought or sold.

    So thanks for the info BS and keep up the great work.
    8 More Years!

    Information is knowledge
    Knowledge is power
    Power to the peaceful
    Because peaceful people are reasonable people


  4. zeltron 6 billion

    The best release of the last eight years was unquestionably the seminal My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy by one Kanye West, owing to its fascinating dive into the mind of one of pop culture’s most divisive figures, it’s grandiose compositions (in many ways the epoch of mid 00s-early 10s hip hop) production and the lavish maximalist stylings throughout. It may have released mere months after Broadsheet’s own birthday but it’s set a high watermark for the following 8 years :)

  5. Royal M

    ‘The best release of the last eight years was unquestionably Tame Impala’s Currents owing to it’s originality, songwriting, and production values…and for restoring this old fogey’s faith in pop music’

  6. The Real Shrimply Pibbles

    The best release of the last 8 years was unquestionably SDSS1416+13B (Zercon, A Flagpole Sitter) by Scott Walker owing to its immense hummability.

  7. Bernie

    “The best release of the last eight years was unquestionably, ‘Whistle’ by Flo Rida of summer 2012, owing to its risqué, carefree and mellow nature. Good times…”

    1. Johnny

      The best release of the last 8 weeks ( I don’t listen to s**t music from the early 70’s)is unquestionably Pusha T’s Daytona ,owing to its murderous beats and minimal production by Kayne.Its an instant classic off crisp drug poetry and menace-it’s the sound you hear now on the streets in LA and NY.

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