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Old 04-07-2008, 01:32 AM   #361
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unfortunately though i should probably go to bed. night all
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Night Khan & have a good...lecture, Dre.
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Old 04-07-2008, 02:56 AM   #364
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Hey, so my girlfriend's roommate walked in on us having sex.
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Andrew's probably having sex with his girlfriend or something boring like that.
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So, like, I'm making a Radiohead compilation to celebrate the upcoming tour, and I put Creep on it.


I feel dirty. Really really dirty.
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I like Creep. Creep and You are the only two songs I listen to off Pablo Honey anymore. Oh, and I listened to about half of the Pla/TRE playlist and it's a fucking force to be reckoned with. I love it.
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I like Creep too, but I mostly put it there for the sake of a thorough overview.

Pla/Tre's list does indeed look awesome, but its more obscure parts will likely kill it once voting begins, which is a shame.
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It HAS obscure parts?
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It HAS obscure parts?
How about that 20-minute block of classical music plastered in there between The Beatles and Jeff Beck?

And, for the record, Dave Matthews Band, RHCP, and picking a crappy latter-day Oasis song is a big thumbs-down for me. It still looks great overall though.
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How about that 20-minute block of classical music plastered in there between The Beatles and Jeff Beck?

And, for the record, Dave Matthews Band, RHCP, and picking a crappy latter-day Oasis song is a big thumbs-down for me. It still looks great overall though.
It's possibly the least offensive DMB song. The RHCP song isn't too bad, either. But I can agree about the Oasis song (though I found myself singing along with it because it reminds me of the summer after I graduated high school).
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Oh, and I don't know if I'd call the classical music obscure. Classical music is wildly popular. And I'm not even joking. People like it or it wouldn't be in movies.
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