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Old 05-28-2008, 03:59 AM   #631
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*gives Axver a bag of flour and a glass of water* Allergic to this?
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omfg. I have fucking Hazard by Richard Marx in my head and I don't even know who this dude is, some one hit wonder or something but my mom loves the song, and now it's stuck in my head and someone please make it stop.

I may have to resort to listening to Flower Child. When it gets stuck in your head, it knocks everything else out.
WE'RE NOT GONNA TAKE IT
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I've found that's a great cure.
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In that case, would you like a glass of water? You aren't allergic to water, are you?
I'm only allergic to eggs, nuts, and fish!
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omfg. I have fucking Hazard by Richard Marx in my head and I don't even know who this dude is, some one hit wonder or something but my mom loves the song, and now it's stuck in my head and someone please make it stop.

I may have to resort to listening to Flower Child. When it gets stuck in your head, it knocks everything else out.
Ever since I left earlier, I've had Deus Ex Machina by Pure Reason Revolution stuck in my head. But that's alright, since I've been eager to get home and listen to its goodness over and over again.
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I've found that's a great cure.
They play that song in a birth control pill commercial here, because it's supposed to relieve PMS symptoms.
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They play that song in a birth control pill commercial here, because it's supposed to relieve PMS symptoms.
Oh America.
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Listening to Knights of Cydonia now, that may do the trick.
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Listening to Knights of Cydonia now, that may do the trick.
Why not play a good Muse song instead?
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Why not play a good Muse song instead?
'cause this one was already halfway in my head, I figured it would be less work

Though I am becoming tempted to play the whole album now.
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'cause this one was already halfway in my head, I figured it would be less work

Though I am becoming tempted to play the whole album now.


Personally, I can't stand BHAR. Starlight's a good song, and Invincible was good live, but otherwise? Garbage. I love all of their previous albums too. I hope the next one is a return to form.
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I'm only just getting into Muse, give me time.
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I've never understood the hype about Knights Of Cydonia. It'd be great as the intro to some 25 minute long epic, but by itself, it feels incomplete. Closing the album with it is baffling. Closing the concert of theirs that I saw with it was baffling. Though Stockholm Syndrome was a fucking AWESOME main set closer, one of the best main set closers I've heard.
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I disliked Knights of Cydonia for a long time. I couldn't get into the song, but I loved the video. Eventually I watched the video so many times that I started liking the song.
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My main problem is just that at the end, I think "... so, where's the remaining three quarters of the song?" Spoils the lot for me. I'll stick with listening to the older albums. Absolution and Origin Of Symmetry for the win.
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Really, I was tempted to buy Absolution first, despite having heard more songs from Black Holes & Revolutions. Hysteria was the first Muse song I ever heard, and it's still my favourite. I'll probably buy Absolution within the month.
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