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Old 04-19-2008, 12:08 AM   #601
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LMP, did you see that I gave DSOTM two listens?
You should have given it two listens 3 or 4 years ago. What have you been doing that's more important?
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Old 04-19-2008, 12:09 AM   #602
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LMP, did you see that I gave DSOTM two listens?
I saw the first listen - glad you enjoyed the production, it's brilliant isn't it?

What were your favorite tracks/moments?
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LMP, did you see that I gave DSOTM two listens?
Animals or WYWH. Now.
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You should have given it two listens 3 or 4 years ago. What have you been doing that's more important?
Not having it.

Now I want to get some more Pink Floyd to see if they're this good most of the time. Supposedly they are.
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Animals should be next on the list.

Then Meddle.
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I saw the first listen - glad you enjoyed the production, it's brilliant isn't it?

What were your favorite tracks/moments?
Time is an absolute masterpiece, but I liked each individual track as well as its superb flow. I can't think of much I dislike about it.
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Hey fellas. Moulin Rouge wasn't that bad.
Just out of curiosity, where does she store your balls?
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Anyone wanna send me Animals?
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Just out of curiosity, where does she store your balls?
Shut the fuck up, Donny.

He got her to watch Lebowski, so it's all fair.
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Ah, here we go, The Verve's This Time. From when Richard Ashcroft didn't make shitty music. Of course, we all have Nick McCabe to thank. Nick McCabe is The Verve, really.

Also, I'm going to be crucified for saying this, but the Corrs song is one of the top five songs on this tracklist thus far.
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Just out of curiosity, where does she store your balls?
I had some thoughts on it earlier. I could see the Across the Universe parallels, but this movie had something called a plot, and used said songs for another thing called plot development.

These are things that are hard to master, but could be done with time.

Time's fucking baller. I love Brain Damage, the sax in Us and Them, and all of Great Gig in the Sky... that's beautiful right there.
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The last three or four tracks are really fantastic together.
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Animals should be next on the list.

Then Meddle.
Meddle? I think I've listened to that about two times in my entire life.

He should go:

1. WYWH
2. Animals
3. Piper
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I'm finishing Heathen right now. Not sure how I feel. I like the instrumentation, but Bowie's age shows in the vocals and it kind of sounds unenergetic in a number of places because of that.
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Nick McCabe is The Verve, really.
It's entirely unfair that Ashcroft gets the love, when he has about half the talent. But that's way things tend to go in music.
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