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Old 07-11-2008, 12:08 AM   #571
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Oooh when?

*graspsontoanythingthatwillkeepthekidshappyduringtheholidays*
I think the second of August.

I'd look it up.....but I don't want to.
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What's wrong with your iPod now? Has it disappointed you in some manner?
It erased all of my files and I had to pay $40 for a program that could restore them
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DUDE. That's bad.

Now up:

Ryan Adams - Halloween Head
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I love my iPod and I love shuffle mode.
See, I'm not a fan of shuffle mode at all. It brings up the most random stuff, which I guess is the point, but in a collection like mine ... Promenade sounds just a bit ridiculous after some death metal, you know?
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DUDE. That's bad.
It wouldn't be SO bad if it weren't the second time this year it did this to me. And the stuff I lost this time I didn't have backed up
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I didn't see a wrapup on Sticky Fingers, but it looks like you enjoyed it, pfan.
Yes. It's a solid album. Apparently, according to Wikipedia, Wild Horses is considered the classic from it. It never jumped out at me. But there are six songs on there that I really like, and the rest isn't filler, just nothing special to me.
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Have I mentioned before I play saxophone? Lots of things should make sense with this revelation

What kind of effect do they do to this guy's voice? They do something right?
Ahh, now it all makes sense indeed.

And what do you mean?
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Hi, Mia! I listened to some random Pink Martini stuff earlier this summer. It was keen and fun, but not sure I wanted a whole CD of it.
Hey Alicia!!
Wow, you're only the 2nd person I know to have heard of them. Awesome.

I don't know what it is about latin music. I can seriously listen to it for hours, even if I don't know the songs. I especially love it for road trips.
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Ok, didn't like Cellophane as much as I seem to have enjoyed it last night but it was good and atmospheric?
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See, I'm not a fan of shuffle mode at all. It brings up the most random stuff, which I guess is the point, but in a collection like mine ... Promenade sounds just a bit ridiculous after some death metal, you know?
Yeah, sometimes it makes for a good bit of wtf-ery, but I like it at work for background music, or when I'm not in the mood to listen to anything in particular, which is quite often.
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Ahh, now it all makes sense indeed.

And what do you mean?
ON most songs it doesn't sound like he's just singing. Like they did something to his voice nevermind
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sidenote: you guys are NOT keeping me up til 6am again
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Revolver is a nice mix of catchy pop and good songwriting. I'm digging it.
Indeed it is.

Although, and I'm probably in the minority on this one, I tend to enjoy Rubber Soul even more.
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Shuffle is great, but the differing volume levels between things I listen to can either be annoying or terrifying.
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Now, on to Let It Bleed.
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