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Old 07-16-2008, 02:43 AM   #556
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Seriously that was kinda sad, but good.

Yeah about the slower Acoustic. I think I could make it work though.


and wtf is up with Voices of Old People
Dooooooooooooo it!

Voices fits into the aging concept, but obviously isn't anything musically. It fits in great though.
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Dooooooooooooo it!

Voices fits into the aging concept, but obviously isn't anything musically. It fits in great though.
Now that the next song has started yeah, it fits really well.

This is a sad song too...I love it
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This Panda Bear track is ... unusual.

I can see why certain indie elitist sorts have gushed over this.
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Now that the next song has started yeah, it fits really well.

This is a sad song too...I love it
I'm almost teary-ish. I have a soft spot for this kind of thing for whatever reason.

BTW, I will keep feeding you these 60's classics if you wish. I've got a ton of 'em.
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I'm almost teary-ish. I have a soft spot for this kind of thing for whatever reason.

BTW, I will keep feeding you these 60's classics if you wish. I've got a ton of 'em.
I love sad music.

I think that's why TUF is my favorite song. You have no idea how it makes me feel when I listen to it late at night.....that sounds weird out loud.

If you're sending, I will recieve ElMel. This might be one of the first full albums (beatles aside) I've finally had a chance to listen to and I just can't even get enough.
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TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY SCHIZOID MAN!

Hell yeah.
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Oh, now he's excited about listening to a song he's heard a hundred times before.
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I love sad music.

I think that's why TUF is my favorite song. You have no idea how it makes me feel when I listen to it late at night.....that sounds weird out loud.

If you're sending, I will recieve ElMel. This might be one of the first full albums (beatles aside) I've finally had a chance to listen to and I just can't even get enough.
Do you? Have you ever heard Beck's Sea Change? That's my favorite album of the decade and is one of the most crushingly sad albums ever crafted by the hands of man. LMP can vouch for its greatness.

Another album I'll pass your way is Love's Forever Changes, which is widely regarded as a dark 60's classic, and I'm fond for it as well. Very much in the S&G vein, but slightly tougher.

Fakin' It is perfect.
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Oh, now he's excited about listening to a song he's heard a hundred times before.
Because it's awesome and the first prog song ever made (or at least the first prog song on the first prog album) and all that good stuff.
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Oops, I read this as things you had done, and I was wondering why you'd happily admit all this to us.


Tourist was making me feel bad, so I went back to see how sleazy I really was. Didn't seem so bad after all. I mean, a few wacky nights that weren't a regular event. The rest, not too uncommon for the times

A few things I'm not proud of, but hey. That's life!
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Another album I'll pass your way is Love's Forever Changes, which is widely regarded as a dark 60's classic, and I'm fond for it as well. Very much in the S&G vein, but slightly tougher.
Definitely one of my favourite albums of the decade.
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TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY SCHIZOID MAN!

Hell yeah.
Crazy-wrapped in a thick awesome sax-flavored candy shell.

Another fun fact, here's where the covers came from, if you haven't guessed yourself:

Hollywood Freaks - Predator ('87)
Comfy in Nautica - Jaws ('75)
Blow Out - Fight Club ('99)
That's Entertainment - Raging Bull ('80)
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Definitely one of my favourite albums of the decade.
Alone Again Or is probably in my top 10 favorite songs of the 60's, or very near there. Perfect.
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Do you? Have you ever heard Beck's Sea Change? That's my favorite album of the decade and is one of the most crushingly sad albums ever crafted by the hands of man. LMP can vouch for its greatness.

Another album I'll pass your way is Love's Forever Changes, which is widely regarded as a dark 60's classic, and I'm fond for it as well. Very much in the S&G vein, but slightly tougher.

Fakin' It is perfect.
Fakin' It was awesome...Punky might've been the one thing I haven't liked so far

And Jesus Christ I love Mrs. Robinson.

I don't know about Beck...perhaps I could listen to this one album , give him a chance ya know.

And ElMel you are made of win, if you need anything let me know
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Crazy-wrapped in a thick awesome sax-flavored candy shell.

Another fun fact, here's where the covers came from, if you haven't guessed yourself:

Hollywood Freaks - Predator ('87)
Comfy in Nautica - Jaws ('75)
Blow Out - Fight Club ('99)
That's Entertainment - Raging Bull ('80)
Ha, I was actually just going to ask you.

21CSM goes well into the Mingus track.
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