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Warrior
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Seascapes: first CD, track 1 of 2.

Mostly waves going in and out. Seabirds.

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Chance Forums.
Posts: 153 | Registered: Tuesday, December 2 2003 08:00
Lifecrafter
Member # 3320
Profile #451
I am in the mood for Patsy Cline. Moreover, I have 49 of her glorious songs to listen to.

All hail the Queen of Country.

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March of 2003 marked the 40th anniversary of her death in a plane crash. It makes me wonder what she would be like if she hadn't died then and was still alive. (Sigh)

My favorite is "I Fall To Pieces,” though the worldwide favorite is "Crazy.” I heard "I Fall To Pieces" first in a movie and was hooked on her from then on. Go listen to her, some of her songs are sad, and others are addicting. I'm not kidding. Even people who only like rap and heavy metal think she is good.

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Senile Reptile
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Profile #452
Summer, Presto.

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Polaris
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Agent
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J Train [Math Remix] - Toby Mac (Momentum Remix)

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Babelicious
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quote:
Originally written by Sir David:

Never Let You Go by Third Eye Blind, my favorite band.

All I know is I can't listen to All Star, Never Let You Go, or Semi-Charmed Life without feeling really happy afterwards.

Semi-Charmed life is sort of about someone dying of a meth overdose.

"E=MC Hawking", MC Hawking. Then I'm going to listen to Mutations by Beck (the best album of the 20th century) and Double Nickels On The Dime by the Minutemen (perhaps the second-best :-p)

[ Monday, December 15, 2003 18:00: Message edited by: Djur ]

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You are my precious thing
Thing of speed and beauty,
You are my precious thing
As long as you remain beneath me
-- Big Black
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Guardian
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Profile #455
"Brass Monkey" and "Girls," both by the Beastie Boys.

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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
Posts: 1798 | Registered: Sunday, October 5 2003 07:00
Lifecrafter
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Scar Tissue, by, of course, RHCP.

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- The Great Mister
Posts: 972 | Registered: Tuesday, October 28 2003 08:00
Warrior
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Profile #457
Final Fantasy music. I have no idea why. iTunes picks things randomly out of my library.

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Chance Forums.
Posts: 153 | Registered: Tuesday, December 2 2003 08:00
Cartographer
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Maija Vilkkumaa, 'Mun elämä', in the radio.

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Waiting for medication. I could really use some.
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Senile Reptile
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Profile #459
Brahms' Requiem, second movement.
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Infiltrator
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Profile Homepage #460
'Control It', Static-X

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Professor Frost gives me ideas.
Professor Frost has many an eye.
Professor Frost always foils my plans.
Posts: 549 | Registered: Thursday, October 17 2002 07:00
Guardian
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Profile #461
"The Word," by 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
Posts: 1798 | Registered: Sunday, October 5 2003 07:00
BANNED
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Bloody Well Right by Supertramp
Any World I'm Welcome To by Steely Dan
FM by Steely Dan
A Song For XX by Ayumi Hamasaki
Manic Depression by Jimi Hendrix
Let It Rain by Eric Clapton

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We're all amazed but not amused
By all the things that you said you'd do.
You're much concerned but not involved by
Decisions that are made by you
But we are sick and tired of hearing your song,
Telling us how you are going to change right from wrong,
'Cause if you really want to hear our views,
You haven't done nothin'.

Posts: 6936 | Registered: Tuesday, September 18 2001 07:00
Babelicious
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"Pay To Cum", Bad Brains (Black Dots version)
"Supertouch", Bad Brains (same album)

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You are my precious thing
Thing of speed and beauty,
You are my precious thing
As long as you remain beneath me
-- Big Black
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Agent
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Famous Last Words - Jars of Clay (If I left the zoo)

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Posts: 1307 | Registered: Tuesday, May 7 2002 07:00
Fire! Fire! Fire! Fire!
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Profile #465
Djur - at least it sounds good :(

Why do so many songs involve drugs, sex, and death?

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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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In case of emergency, break glass.
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Well, there's no point singing about things that aren't interesting.
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Shake Before Using
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Profile #467
SRW F Soundtrack - Dark Prison
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Shock Trooper
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Profile #468
Violin Concerto, Phillip Glass.

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Unnumbered and enormous polypi
Winnow with giant fins the slumbering green.
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This Side Towards Enemy
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Profile #469
Songs have always involved drugs, sex and death. People might try to hide it by calling the older versions sonnets and it might be more difficult to grasp due to the language, but at heart humans are just a bag of instincts.

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Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned
I'll tell you my story, man
Though I wish I'd never been born
I'm loose at the seams,
I've broken my dreams
And my hand it shakes the pen
Come on, come on now baby,
Let the good times roll again
Posts: 961 | Registered: Thursday, June 12 2003 07:00
Guardian
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Profile #470
"Scarborough Fair" and "Bridge Over Troubled Water," both by Simon & Garfunkel.

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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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Lifecrafter
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'Staring at the Sun', by The Offspring.

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Infiltrator
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I was listening to the music of Return of the King about an hour ago, by the way, ive just updated my favoritte movies list;
(Old list)
1. The Felowship of the Ring
2. The Two Towers
3. The Felowship of the Ring
4. The Two Towers
5. The Felowship of the Ring
6. The Two Towers
7. The Felowship of the Ring
8. The Two Towers
9. The Felowship of the Ring
10. The Two Towers
(New list)
1. Return of the King
2. The Felowship of the Ring
3. The Two Towers
4. Return of the King
5. The Felowship of the Ring
6. The Two Towers
7. Return of the King
8. The Felowship of the Ring
9. The Two Towers
10. Er, i don't wanna put Return of the King on last place, so: Return of the King
11. The Felowship of the Ring
12. The Two Towers
So, justice for everyone!

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OK! Simple:
1. The Lord of the Rings triology

Now i stop spamming.

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Posts: 662 | Registered: Friday, September 13 2002 07:00
This Side Towards Enemy
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Profile #473
I realise English might not be your first language, but you could at least spell Fellowship right if you like the film so much. And maybe make sense a little.

Dazed and Confused, Led Zeppelin

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Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned
I'll tell you my story, man
Though I wish I'd never been born
I'm loose at the seams,
I've broken my dreams
And my hand it shakes the pen
Come on, come on now baby,
Let the good times roll again
Posts: 961 | Registered: Thursday, June 12 2003 07:00
Infiltrator
Member # 2104
Profile Homepage #474
quote:
Originally written by Sir David:

Why do so many songs involve drugs, sex, and death?
Perhaps because that's what life is really--an overdose of drugs, sex, and death.

'Spiders', System of a Down.

[ Wednesday, December 17, 2003 12:44: Message edited by: Jonnie ]

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Professor Frost gives me ideas.
Professor Frost has many an eye.
Professor Frost always foils my plans.
Posts: 549 | Registered: Thursday, October 17 2002 07:00

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