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Old 06-28-2008, 11:19 PM   #976
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I like both songs but only Stan makes me slightly teary. . . .




but so do ads, Tv shows, the Star Trek movie. . . .
Of all the souls I have encountered in my travels his was the most...human.
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I like both songs but only Stan makes me slightly teary. . . .




but so do ads, Tv shows, the Star Trek movie. . . .
OH My God, I feel so pathetic when commercials make me teary
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I'm just going to agree here that Matchbox Twenty's first two albums were a lot better than anything that came afterward.

Though I think I prefer the second album to the first.
See I love the first album, kinda, the second album is okay...a few good songs : Rest Stop, You Won't Be Mine, If You're Gone, Black & White People....the third album is possibly my favorite. and the latest, for the 6 new songs...I like 'em!
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I REALLY don't care for most of the touchy-feely female artists of the 90's. Fiona Apple is an exception, and I liked Sheryl Crow's self-titled. I think that's all. Everyone else is boring, screechy, or pretentious to me.
That's okay there doesn't seem to be that much love for most female artists here. Maybe U2 doesn't attract the same types of fans.
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I REALLY don't care for most of the touchy-feely female artists of the 90's. Fiona Apple is an exception, and I liked Sheryl Crow's self-titled. I think that's all. Everyone else is boring, screechy, or pretentious to me.
Aimee Mann's got her share of good stuff. I like her work on the Magnolia soundtrack.

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Of all the souls I have encountered in my travels his was the most...human.
oh I'm getting misty




they're playing "Boom Boom boom lets go back to my room, so we can do it all night" on the telly
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Aimee Mann's got her share of good stuff. I like her work on the Magnolia soundtrack.
Did she do that Three Dog Night cover?
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they're playing "Boom Boom boom lets go back to my room, so we can do it ll night" on the telly
OH GOD. I remember that from the late nineties. My friend in New Zealand worshipped it. I told him he was an idiot and that he needed to listen to these songs called Pride and Bad on this CD I had called the Best Of 1980-1990 ...
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I REALLY don't care for most of the touchy-feely female artists of the 90's. Fiona Apple is an exception, and I liked Sheryl Crow's self-titled. I think that's all. Everyone else is boring, screechy, or pretentious to me.
i like fiona and sheryl. well, i USED to like sheryl. the last album i got of hers was cmon, cmon which was...bad. her previous work i like.

oh btw, i saw her live once and she suuuuuucked. although she's apparently great live i guess it was an off night for her when i saw her.
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Shit's fucking moving in here tonight.
While the Coldplay thread seems to have mercifully stagnated for a little while.
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i like fiona and sheryl. well, i USED to like sheryl. the last album i got of hers was cmon, cmon which was...bad. her previous work i like.

oh btw, i saw her live once and she suuuuuucked. although she's apparently great live i guess it was an off night for her when i saw her.
This is going to kill my indie facade, but I absolutely loved her most recent album, Detours. It's not half as sunny as Cmon Cmon, the lyrics are 10 times stronger, and some tracks are as strong as anything she's done since about 1998. Definitely a favorite of mine so far this year.
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