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Old 07-31-2008, 10:14 PM   #31
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What the hell are you going to do about it, slaphead?
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What the hell are you going to do about it, slaphead?
Two things:

1) Listen to them. Until one ear bleeds, and the other ear falls off my head and runs away.

2) Put my junk in that box.
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Two things:

1) Listen to them. Until one ear bleeds, and the other ear falls off my head and runs away.

2) Put my junk in that box.
Will that ear end up in a corn field?
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Will that ear end up in a corn field?
You're asking a lot of questions, YLB. A lot of questions. Too many questions.
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You're asking a lot of questions, YLB. A lot of questions. Too many questions.
Don't look at me! Don't you FUCKING LOOK AT ME!
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Yeah...I should listen to Disintegration more often.

And Manic Street Preacher's Holy Bible album.
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Put it on now!!

I bought Bjork's Volta, went to the concert and everything, had a great time, love that woman, but have never given the record the time of day for some reason. I only know "Earth Intruders."
I actually listened to Life's Rich Pageant yesterday because of your demand. it's much, much better than I always seem to imagine it in my head. I need to work it more into the cycle so I don't continue to listen to it once every 3 years and forget that I like it.

I too have only heard Volta all the way through once (because I was less than impressed the first time). A few weeks ago I realized I like 'Innocence' quite a bit, so maybe I'll have to give the album a shot again.
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Yeah...I should listen to Disintegration more often.

And Manic Street Preacher's Holy Bible album.
EVERYONE should listen to those more.
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Meat is Murder: ehhhh. I'm forced to conclude that Smiths to me are like Sigur Ros: one record I absolutely adore and nothing else that clicks. Their self-titled album mostly bored me to tears; songs here are a bit better but still dull, or they start off promising and then gradually turn into dullness.
Even though I'm a Smiths fanboy, I think that Meat is Murder is their weakest release by a decent margin. Regardless, glad to see some people actually getting some of the things on their lists listened to.
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I agree with Saracene. Queen Is Dead is truly fantastic, but nothing else of the Smiths has really grabbed me.
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Lifes Rich Pageant is in my top 3 REM albums, definitely not an album I forget to listen too. In fact, Begin The Begin, These Days, I Believe, and Cuyahoga are all in my top ten most listened tracks on last.fm.

For me, I need to listen to more Radiohead. I have The Bends and OK Computer, but have not put much time into them yet. I also need to pick up their other albums besides In Rainbows.

Since tomorrow is my day off from work, I vow to go looking for the other Radiohead albums, and listen to The Bends and OK Computer as I go from one CD store to another.
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I agree with Saracene. Queen Is Dead is truly fantastic, but nothing else of the Smiths has really grabbed me.
I'm surprised you don't both still at least enjoy some of the debut. Sure, it starts off surprisingly slow and mellow, but the entire middle is pretty dang stellar for classics and fan favorites.

Classics: This Charming Man, Still Ill, Hand In Glove, What Difference Does It Make?

Fan Favs: Pretty Girls Make Graves, Hand That Rocks the Cradle

Still Ill is one of my all time fav songs, I shout the lyrics out like it's my personal creed or something every time I listen to it.

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I'm surprised you don't both still at least enjoy some of the debut. Sure, it starts off surprisingly slow and mellow, but the entire middle is pretty dang stellar for classics and fan favorites.

Classics: This Charming Man, Still Ill, Hand In Glove, What Difference Does It Make?

Fan Favs: Pretty Girls Make Graves, Hand That Rocks the Cradle

Still Ill is one of my all time fav songs, I shout the lyrics out like it's my personal creed or something every time I listen to it.

Huh. Maybe that one would be worth listening through again. What solo Morrissey work do you suggest?
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