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Old 12-07-2004, 01:52 PM   #31
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oh i knew that Tyson code....

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Old 12-07-2004, 02:06 PM   #32
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oh i knew that Tyson code....

Glad I'm not the only one who remembers this. One day a few years ago on a random whim I went back entered the code and FINALLY beat Iron Mike. Never could accomplish that when I was little. I still have never been able to beat the Super Macho Man. That super spin punch always gets me at some point.

Unfortunately my Nintendo has now retired me.
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And I wasnt even expecting that much.


You just have to see them live.
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i don't get why wilco's latest is taking so much slack...not just from you guys, but from a lot of other people too.

oh well.
I'm a Yankee Hotel Foxtrot girl myself but Ghost was meant to be played and heard live.

If I haven't said it lately, best American live band.

And maybe they're also one of those bands that you get into more once you know their story and who they are and what they're all about.
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Old 12-07-2004, 05:16 PM   #35
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I honestly prefer AGIB to YHF.
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I honestly prefer AGIB to YHF.
Most of my friends do, too.
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Far and away it has to be Interpol - Antics.
I could go with this as well. It just leaves me cold.

And REM would've been disappointing except that I haven't really loved anything since Out of Time so I kind've assumed it would be disappointing yet I always hold out hope.
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This thread just shows how personal musical tastes are. Quite interesting, some of my absolute favorite albums of the year have been mentioned here also. What is absolutely beautiful and amazing to some people is the exact opposite to others.

Guess it just goes to show that you really can't trust what anyone else says about an album (whether that be media hype, music reviews, or friends), and have to always decide for yourself.

It's interesting to see who likes what and why, though.
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Old 12-08-2004, 05:53 AM   #40
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New rule: stop hanging out for your pet band's new 'eagerly anticipated' record to be wonderful. It might not be.

This is something I try to live by since REM, U2, The Cure, PJ Harvey and a number of others stopped being all that exciting.
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PJ Harvey last album was not that bad
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Snow Patrol - not sure if it was 04 or not, but talk about a snooze-fest

REM's "Around the Sun" - Aside from the first few songs, I was a little disapointed by the lack of depth to some of the songs. The title track is good though.

The Darkness' "Permission to Land" - I was REALLY into this around Jan/Feb, but now whenever I put it in I find myself skipping tracks, and before I know it I've skipped all the way back to track 1.

Badly Drawn Boy - Very poorly written. Then again, he hasn't really done anything good since "Hour of the Bewilderbeast"

Norah Jones - the first CD was soo good. what happened?
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Snow Patrol - not sure if it was 04 or not, but talk about a snooze-fest

REM's "Around the Sun" - Aside from the first few songs, I was a little disapointed by the lack of depth to some of the songs. The title track is good though.

The Darkness' "Permission to Land" - I was REALLY into this around Jan/Feb, but now whenever I put it in I find myself skipping tracks, and before I know it I've skipped all the way back to track 1.
agreed, agreed and boy, do i do that too. one hit wonders, now get outta here. and to think, even i was diggin' em a lot about a year ago. see ya!
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PJ Harvey last album was not that bad
Agreed. While I didn't think it was as cohesive as "Stories..." I did love "Badminty," "Pocket Knife" and "Who the Fuck?"
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I loved Uh Huh when it was first released and I played it to death for a week or two and now I realize I haven't listened to it since except for a couple of songs that became regulars on my mixes this year.
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