What music (if any) are you listening to...

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Senile Reptile
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The music of silence. Ahhh... silence.

EDIT: I just noticed the "show signature" box for the first time, so I unchecked it. Yay.

[ Tuesday, December 02, 2003 15:39: Message edited by: Sir Lion of Patience ]
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Shock Trooper
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Empty Space - Lifehouse

*Post 100*

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And since the stupid link won't work, I'll use this one:
Chance Forums
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Erudite*
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"Where Do We Go From Here" by Filter.

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Infiltrator
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New Model, No. 15

*Post 171, about 1,000+ total :P *
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Fire! Fire! Fire! Fire!
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Waitwaitwait, what's going on? I don't have time to read 11 pages... the "What music" topic I read 10 pages ago wasn't important enough for 11 pages... umm... "Hope Fails", LOTR ROTK.

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And though the musicians would die, the music would live on in the imaginations of all who heard it.
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Infiltrator
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Hurr... Too bad for yooou!

Du Hast (English), Rammstein
Another One, AKX
Now Dark, AKX

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Guardian
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"Good Morning Good Morning" by the Beatles.

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Lifecrafter
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Not like the other girls, by The Rasmus.

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Lifecrafter
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You are right, SD! This humoungos topic is utterly useless. I've been trying to convert these poor souls that still post here, but they only laugh at me and tell me to mind my own business! And they might even be right!

Oh, what to do!?
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Guardian
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Let us spam in peace, Weedy :P .

Oh, and right now I'm listening to "Within You Without You" by, as usual, the Beatles.

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"Let a man find himself, in distinction from others, on top of two wheels with a chain- at least in a poor country like Russia- and his vanity begins to swell out like his tires. In America it takes an automobile to produce this effect."- Leon Trotsky
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Warrior
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Breaking the Habit---Linkin Park

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Erudite*
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"Shadow on the Sun" by Audioslave.

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Fire! Fire! Fire! Fire!
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Profile #262
Uhh... The Fields of Pelennor, also LOTR ROTK. I'm so original.

EDIT: The sad thing is, this seems to be the most popular topic, other than RPs...

[ Wednesday, December 03, 2003 19:14: Message edited by: Sir David ]

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And though the musicians would die, the music would live on in the imaginations of all who heard it.
-The Last Pendragon

TEH CONSPIRACY IZ ALL

Les forum de la chance.

In case of emergency, break glass.
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Babelicious
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"Halo of Gold", Skip Spence, performed by Beck Hansen.
"[check the filesystems of] the Creationists", M.C. Hawking
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Shock Trooper
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Profile #264
quote:
Originally written by Ironweed:

Oh, what to do!?
Take a deep breath. Now tell us what you're listening to. For myself: Local hero soundtrack, by Mark Knoffler.

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Infiltrator
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Holla xxo! Another one who listens to Audioslave! At last!

Still listening to the game music of Indiana Jones and the Emperors Tomb

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Lifecrafter
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Coco Jambo, by Mr. President.

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Shock Trooper
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Wow.

There was me, god-knows-how-long-ago, idly starting a topic such as this for no apparent raisin, and now look at it! Eleven pages is a lot! Well done everyone!

I'm still listening to my boring ol' Moby songs. Wait, a new one's starting... Like a Motorway by Saint Etienne.

just checking, and I did it all the way back in October! A whole month's gone by... How extraordinary.

[ Thursday, December 04, 2003 10:19: Message edited by: FluffBall 2004 ]

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BADGER!
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Guardian
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Yes, it is highly impressive, especially considering that most of these posts are about a line long. And, personally, I find this discussion, brainless as it is, to be far more entertaining than any of our RP's...

And I'm listening to "Doin' Time," by Sublime. Followed by "Every Morning" by Sugar Ray.

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"Let a man find himself, in distinction from others, on top of two wheels with a chain- at least in a poor country like Russia- and his vanity begins to swell out like his tires. In America it takes an automobile to produce this effect."- Leon Trotsky
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Senile Reptile
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I find the 3rd movement of Brahm's 4th Symphony more interesting, too.
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Lifecrafter
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Currently listening to Sk8er Boi, by Avril Lavigne.

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Warrior
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Profile #271
Right now: the theme music from X-men 2. I have the main site open in the background. :P

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--The Mad Hatter's Deceaced Wife
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Hey, speaking of Sk8ter Boi, xxo (I think) says there's going to be a movie based on it... Thoughts? Comments? Cries of anguish?

Right now I'm listening to... some fund raiser guy on my mom's classical radio station... I wish she would turn it off when she leaves the room, especially when there's a fund drive...

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And though the musicians would die, the music would live on in the imaginations of all who heard it.
-The Last Pendragon

TEH CONSPIRACY IZ ALL

Les forum de la chance.

In case of emergency, break glass.
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Lifecrafter
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Profile #273
Earlier I was listening to "The Lion King Soundtrack." Brings back memories. Sounds childish, but it is actually a very good soundtrack. :cool:

Now am listening to...

Go Where You Want To Go - The Mamas & the Papas :D

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Guardian
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quote:
Originally written by Sir David:

Hey, speaking of Sk8ter Boi, xxo (I think) says there's going to be a movie based on it... Thoughts? Comments? Cries of anguish?
Oh, I'm sure the movie will be unspeakably horrible. I'll still be up for seeing it, though, as long as Avril herself is in it. I have no love for the music, but I find her to be quite attractive, even though she looks like a fifteen-year old. Ah well, it's still better than wanting to nail a real fifteen-year old.

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"Let a man find himself, in distinction from others, on top of two wheels with a chain- at least in a poor country like Russia- and his vanity begins to swell out like his tires. In America it takes an automobile to produce this effect."- Leon Trotsky
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