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Old 06-24-2008, 02:59 PM   #151
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Making sandwiches when you're hungry suuuuuuucks
And problem solved. Sandwiches are so much better when they're free
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lmao, this guy's last name is beveridge, which is pronounced like beverage
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Old 06-24-2008, 03:05 PM   #154
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Zoots: I'm going to guess five of the nine albums in your avatar.

Achtung Baby, The Divison Bell, Led Zeppelin IV, OK Computer, Revolver.

I can't tell the other four.
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The others are Use Your Illusion I, Mellon Collie, Scarlet's Walk (I think - not a huge Tori Amos fan), and The Best Of Blur.
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The Division Bell seems a rather odd choice from Pink Floyd's catalogue.
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I love Ten Years Gone, by the way. Just listened to that again. I should get started on the LZ albums today.
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The Division Bell seems a rather odd choice from Pink Floyd's catalogue.
Not one of the big classics, and people who prefer Roger Waters slog it off, but I personally love the album.
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Old 06-24-2008, 03:10 PM   #159
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And this new Sigur Rós album is outstanding. I was worried because I didn't like the first track that much, but man, the rest is gorgeous.
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The Division Bell seems a rather odd choice from Pink Floyd's catalogue.
Oh man, I love that album! Besides, I put as much emphasis on how much I liked the cover along with the album itself.

Phanan, you sure do know your music!
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I love Ten Years Gone, by the way. Just listened to that again. I should get started on the LZ albums today.
Yes, you should.
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I'd say Phanan is arguably the board's most knowledged music fan.
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The Who and Led Zeppelin are two bands that don't make sense for me. They don't make sense because I like every song I've heard by them, but for some reason I'm never curious enough to dig deeper into their respective back catalogues.

But I loved Who's Next, and I'll bet I love some more of their albums.
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I'd say Phanan is arguably the board's most knowledged music fan.
I wouldn't go that far. While I'm well versed in many of the major artists, there's quite a bit of smaller bands that I'm still getting into.

Over in B&C, I learn a lot of new music from the likes of u2popmofo, Jack In The Box, and others...
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Led Zeppelin had so many excellent albums and yet classic rock radio overplays the same 5 to 10 songs! And hence I tire of Zeppelin sometimes.
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