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Old 07-23-2008, 12:28 AM   #76
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War is my least favorite of the first three albums. It's good, no doubt, but the other two hit me more, you know?

I also had the wacky of idea of putting the more hard-hitting tracks from October and War onto one album, and putting the more solemn ones on another. I'll work it out and see what you all think.
That is actually a pretty decent idea that could work out really well.
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War is my least favorite of the first three albums. It's good, no doubt, but the other two hit me more, you know?

I also had the wacky of idea of putting the more hard-hitting tracks from October and War onto one album, and putting the more solemn ones on another. I'll work it out and see what you all think.
Yeah, I favour Boy and October too. Helps that neither has Red Light.

And I'd be interested in seeing how that works out. Going to use non-album stuff from those eras too?
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Yeah, I favour Boy and October too. Helps that neither has Red Light.

And I'd be interested in seeing how that works out. Going to use non-album stuff from those eras too?
Yep.

"Angels Too Tied to the Ground" was the catalyst for this idea, too.
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I'd be sooo fucked if I didn't keep this all organised by month and day.

My music was also a huge fucking mess before I actually put in the effort to create a folder for each letter, then within that a folder for each band starting with that letter.
The music folder on my old PC was such a fucking mess. I couldn't tell you where to find anything and I didn't even have that many songs. I just couldn't be arsed to put everything in the proper folders.
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i'm not sure i've only been there a couple of times. maybe it is. no not really i don't think.
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Yep.

"Angels Too Tied to the Ground" was the catalyst for this idea, too.
I haven't heard that yet. Hate the title, though.
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I haven't heard that yet. Hate the title, though.
It's got a nice piano part. That's one instrument I never get tired of hearing.

Yeah, the title's a bit lame.
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The music folder on my old PC was such a fucking mess. I couldn't tell you where to find anything and I didn't even have that many songs. I just couldn't be arsed to put everything in the proper folders.
I hate to think how many hours I wasted putting my music collection into the order that suited me. Too many.

But it was better than doing uni assignments back in 2006.
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