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Old 05-06-2008, 07:24 AM   #301
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Young Lust is on it, but I can't remember a bloody thing about it.

I love Comfortably Numb, Hey You, and Run Like Hell. The rest just blurs together in a big mass of total boredom.

Oh, wait. The Trial is cheesy. So there we go.
Young Lust is sort of... what's the term... I don't think 'cock rock' is right, I think 'wank rock' might be it. It's sort of catchy, but embarrassing.

Run Like Hell is okay, I guess. Comfortably Numb is dreary and lumbering to me, same with Hey You. And nobody ever needs to hear Another Brick in the Wall Pt. 2 again, really.
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hey bonnie, im good, although slightly frustrated, i have 2 weeks to coriograph a solo dance. its hard!
Yikes! Well, good luck on that.
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shouldnt you be working ?
Should? Yes.

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Why not a thread dedicated to easing people into different genres? People choose a genre at the start of the thread to ease some on into. For example you choose metal and send that metal playlist to people who leave their e-mails. They give it a listen and report their thoughts in the thread.
That would be really good. I'd love Jack In The Box to be involved because she (she, right?) would make a killer post-rock intro.

One of us should start it. Though I suppose one problem is hammering out guidelines. I mean, guidelines that might suit an intro to hardcore punk with its short tracks aren't necessarily going to suit a genre so expansive and sprawling as prog.
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I need Ali to turn up and be a good influence, don't I?

Then again, she got me talking trains last night ...
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I need Ali to turn up and be a good influence, don't I?

Then again, she got me talking trains last night ...

oh god
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Young Lust is sort of... what's the term... I don't think 'cock rock' is right, I think 'wank rock' might be it. It's sort of catchy, but embarrassing.

Run Like Hell is okay, I guess. Comfortably Numb is dreary and lumbering to me, same with Hey You. And nobody ever needs to hear Another Brick in the Wall Pt. 2 again, really.
Have you ever listened to The Final Cut? Besides being another terrible Waters-dominated album, it has Not Now John. Cock rock's lowest moment, quite possibly.

I think Comfortably Numb is great, but not astonishingly awesome like many people seem to think. The guitar solo is effective but not the highest moment in the history of guitar. And Gilmour should have sung the whole thing.
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oh god


But then she made me do work.

I actually do plan to do work tonight. Probably after about 10 or 11. I work best around 11pm-1am.
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That would be really good. I'd love Jack In The Box to be involved because she (she, right?) would make a killer post-rock intro.

One of us should start it. Though I suppose one problem is hammering out guidelines. I mean, guidelines that might suit an intro to hardcore punk with its short tracks aren't necessarily going to suit a genre so expansive and sprawling as prog.
Okay. Well I'll compile a list of genres over the next few day and ask for some assistance breaking them up.
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Have you ever listened to The Final Cut? Besides being another terrible Waters-dominated album, it has Not Now John. Cock rock's lowest moment, quite possibly.
I might have listened to it once, because I had a brief Floyd stage when I was about 15/16. Though if I did hear it, I don't remember any of it.
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I might have listened to it once, because I had a brief Floyd stage when I was about 15/16. Though if I did hear it, I don't remember any of it.
Well, don't waste your time digging it out or anything. I like it even less than The Wall. Here's the opening lyrics:

Tell me true, tell me why was Jesus crucified?
Was it for this that Daddy died?
Was it you? Was it me?
Did I watch too much TV?


Good non-existent God, Waters. There are hundreds of words that rhyme with "me". Why the fuck did you resort to "TV"?
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THE U.S SPENDS $5000 PER SECOND IN IRAQ.




brainsplode trying to deal with that while millions live and die in poverty every second.
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Jesus fucking Christ!

I'm not sure if that's a reply to those Floyd lyrics or the Yank money wasting.
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