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Old 03-09-2008, 11:54 PM   #226
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I'm big on albums. My one buddy is just like Khan's friend: has 150 songs from about 140 musicians, listens on shuffle. Makes fun of how I like albums. Only album he owns is Sean Kingston.
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I'm big on albums. My one buddy is just like Khan's friend: has 150 songs from about 140 musicians, listens on shuffle. Makes fun of how I like albums. Only album he owns is Sean Kingston.
Your one buddy is a dick.
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hey guys. :wave"


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Hey Jen!

Yeah, just a wee bit warm, huh? My mother and her partner Alan are here - flako, asleep on the couches! So that's why I'm here.
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Honestly, none that I really remember. But on first listens, it's rare that I'll jump all over a song and say it stuck out more. Give it a few more plays.
Gotcha.

Honestly, from your tastes, I think Station to Station and the three Berlin albums would be more up your alley. Low, specifically.
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Have you ever heard of /listened to anything by Alcest?
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Your one buddy is a dick.
I think 30 of his songs are techno, 60 are rap, and the rest are a mix of Blink 182 and Sum 41.

Most high schoolers today have shit music tastes. The rest post on this board.
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I'm big on albums. My one buddy is just like Khan's friend: has 150 songs from about 140 musicians, listens on shuffle. Makes fun of how I like albums. Only album he owns is Sean Kingston.
Don't be friends with Phail Collins. Just don't.
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I think 30 of his songs are techno, 60 are rap, and the rest are a mix of Blink 182 and Sum 41.

Most high schoolers today have shit music tastes. The rest post on this board.
I wish you'd stop being friends with him.
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Have you ever heard of /listened to anything by Alcest?
I have not only heard of Alcest; I rank Souvenirs D'un Autre Monde as the best album of 2007, even ahead of Porcupine Tree's Fear Of A Blank Planet. I never ever thought I'd hear somebody mix shoegazer and positive black metal and even a hit of post-rock, but fuck, Neige has done it perfectly in Alcest. I love Souvenirs D'un Autre Monde so much. What a listening experience.
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I wish you'd stop being friends with him.
None of my friends listen to good music.
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I have not only heard of Alcest; I rank Souvenirs D'un Autre Monde as the best album of 2007, even ahead of Porcupine Tree's Fear Of A Blank Planet. I never ever thought I'd hear somebody mix shoegazer and positive black metal and even a hit of post-rock, but fuck, Neige has done it perfectly in Alcest. I love Souvenirs D'un Autre Monde so much. What a listening experience.
I'd never heard of them, then Phanan recommended that album. I fucking love it.
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Gotcha.

Honestly, from your tastes, I think Station to Station and the three Berlin albums would be more up your alley. Low, specifically.
Yeah, I should download them. But like I've said, I'm just not really in one of those moods where I'm branching out musically. I go through phases like this. I guess it's consolidation, and part of it's just my current mood and mental state - I need familiar stuff. Then I hit phases where I can't stop acquiring new music and hearing anything and everything.
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