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Old 07-30-2008, 11:44 AM   #91
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Ravva's drunk posting?
That was CLASSIC.
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That was CLASSIC.
I couldn't even READ the rant!

I haven't done anything epic yet. My typing doesn't seem to suffer too much when I am drunk.
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UF was fucking amazing. It has to be my favourite (aside of the obvious) musically, it just has to. That was the best fucking...*looks at CD case* $6 I ever spent on music!

I like Bomb initially but there were some songs on it I just couldn't stand. Namely Crumbs and A Man And A Woman. Those songs are like nails on a freakin' chalkboard to me. Skip, skip, skip! Thank you very much.
Though One Step Closer is my favourite, period.
UF was not initially my favourite album, though I certainly enjoyed it. It grew on me quickly though, and I only love it more with the passage of time. Damn good use of $10 for me.

I think I initially liked every track on HTDAAB. Now? About half of it, I wish didn't exist. Go away, SYCMIOYO, OOTS, and Yahweh in particular. I wouldn't consider ANY songs on the album to be U2 classics.
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I couldn't even READ the rant!

I haven't done anything epic yet. My typing doesn't seem to suffer too much when I am drunk.
Her ranting was just amazing. We need to get her drunk more often.
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Old 07-30-2008, 11:48 AM   #95
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UF was not initially my favourite album, though I certainly enjoyed it. It grew on me quickly though, and I only love it more with the passage of time. Damn good use of $10 for me.

I think I initially liked every track on HTDAAB. Now? About half of it, I wish didn't exist. Go away, SYCMIOYO, OOTS, and Yahweh in particular. I wouldn't consider ANY songs on the album to be U2 classics.
When I first bought it, I didn't listen to it much. But it quickly grew to be a favourite once I did.

I never once liked every track on Bomb. Ever.
I kind of like Yahweh, but personally? It only sounds really good acoustic. Otherwise, it needs to go do something with itself.
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Her ranting was just amazing. We need to get her drunk more often.
I second this motion!
And Reggo. She's epic when she's drunk.
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I second this motion!
And Reggo. She's epic when she's drunk.
YES. We need more classics along the bobos lines.
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Ah, right. The Aussies and Kiwis outnumber the Americans, right? Plus here, it's different in certain states as well.
Yep ... though I can't find anything for either Victoria or New Zealand that's really definitive or clear, so there goes that. I'm not sure what to do with this question, since I think it's one worth asking.
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YES. We need more classics along the bobos lines.
And your secondary name, Averx.
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When I first bought it, I didn't listen to it much. But it quickly grew to be a favourite once I did.

I never once liked every track on Bomb. Ever.
I kind of like Yahweh, but personally? It only sounds really good acoustic. Otherwise, it needs to go do something with itself.
I'm not even sure when it became a favourite. I'd dig through my post archives to find some early album rankings, but my 2003 posts make me nauseous so I won't.

I hate Yahweh. The stupid, obvious, over-religious lyrics give me the shits. And the start of the song sounds bloody awful on the album.
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Yep ... though I can't find anything for either Victoria or New Zealand that's really definitive or clear, so there goes that. I'm not sure what to do with this question, since I think it's one worth asking.
There's nothing for anywhere in Australia that'd work?
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Hell, I can typo that SOBER. I know. I've done it

I love drunkpostings. I need a night off soon to do it.
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There's nothing for anywhere in Australia that'd work?
I only looked up Victoria, since almost all of us are in the state. Might try South Australia, NSW, and Queensland though, since we've Superthreaders based there.
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I'm not even sure when it became a favourite. I'd dig through my post archives to find some early album rankings, but my 2003 posts make me nauseous so I won't.

I hate Yahweh. The stupid, obvious, over-religious lyrics give me the shits. And the start of the song sounds bloody awful on the album.

It became a favourite of mine last year. Namely EPAA, ASOH and UF.
Though I love most everything on it.

The start of the album version blows out of my fucking ear drums and usually scares the piss out of me. I tend to skip it in favour of my Chicago audio of it.
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