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Tony Martin
Cornellā de Llobregat, Catalonia

Some other pages we have done

Sergi and Tony Martin's personal Homepage
Our homepage
Tony's esoteric site
Tony is very esoteric. Find out how much.
Sergi's Wonderful Chat.
If you like piano, chatting and other things, visit him.
Site devoted to David Leavitt
David Leavitt is one of the best writers in contemporary gay fiction in America.
Site devoted to Jeanette Winterson.
Jeanette Winterson is one of the most outstanding British writers.
Spanish jokes/Chistes en espaņol/Acudits en castellā
All of these jokes are in Spanish. If you have more, send them to us, please.
Our Lyrics site
The Lyrics to great songs, most of them from the eighties.
Tony's transplant experience.
Tony received a transplant in 1992 and he wants to tell you about it.
The Gran Slides
Some slides we have done.
The Midis Site
Lots of wonderful midi files for you to listen to.

Tony    and    Sergi's    Hobbies

Well, here we are again and we're gonna explain what our hobbies are.I, Tony, want to talk about my musical preferences. First I must say that I like all sorts of music, pop, rock, heavy, opera, salsa and a long etcetera. But my favourite groups are the following: Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Erasure and Depeche Mode, in that order.

    When I was a kid in 1983, I was about 14 years old, I listened for the first time to Frankie's Relax. It was a song about homosexuality, leather gay men and the disco music was unprecedentally original for its time and its explicit sexual scenes . The rest of the hits that followed Relax were good as well. Especially, The Power of Love, one of the most beautiful ballads I've ever heard. I really worshipped the group at the time although rumours about their lack of professionality (not being they the ones who sang or played the instruments in their recordings) came out quite often. The first music item I've bought in my life was Frankie's first album, Welcome to the Pleaseredome, an incredible double-LP with wonderful songs. After that I began buying anything about them, picture discs, displays, magazines, books, badges, collector's CDs and LPs.

But since 1987 I have known nothing about them, they simply split up, I had to focus my musical interests on other relevant bands and thus Erasure came out. Andy Bell, the leading vocal, in his astonishing "frocks" imitating ABBA and his wonderful voice soon captivated me. I began compiling all sorts of CDs by the group, strange remixes and bootlegs, and, fortunately, they are still releasing new material almost each year. Come and leave a message in

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    Depeche Mode I liked from the very first moment, but I didn't think of becoming a real fan at the beginning. But then I grew more interested in the band and now I try to buy as many things I can by them. They are incredible and what I like most about them is their combination of voices, especially in Songs of Faith and Devotion, and Ultra, and their lyrics, some of them so unambiguously gay.